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Zug, May 30, 2014, 10:00 a.m.


Canton of Zug: 267 advertisements submitted online

Since the end of October 2013, citizens have been able to report various criminal offenses on www.suisse-epolice.ch. Almost 40 percent of all offenses available for selection have since been processed online.

People from Zug used Suisse ePolice a total of 267 times in the first six months. Of these, 163 reports related to the theft of bicycles, 87 to the theft or loss of license plates and 2 to property damage.

Almost 40 percent of all advertisements of the three types of report listed were processed on the online platform in the first six months, the rest conventionally on a police station.

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Since the end of October 2013, private individuals and companies from the cantons of Zug, Zurich, Bern, Friborg, Schaffhausen and St. Gallen have been able to submit reports online around the clock without having to go to a police station in person. The platform reduces the administrative effort, which creates capacities for the core tasks of the police. The following advertisements and forms can currently be processed online:

  • Report of theft of a moped or bicycle
  • Report a lost license plate
  • Display of property damage including spraying
  • Application form for a weapon acquisition license
  • Contract form for the transfer of a weapon

To date, no concrete signs of improper use of the platform have been found in the police forces involved.

The virtual police post is being expanded step by step and will one day be available to the entire Swiss population. The number of offenses to be reported or the number of forms is to be increased in the future.

You can find more information online at www.suisse-epolice.ch.

Marcel Schlatter, media spokesman for the Zug law enforcement authorities