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112 is the emergency telephone number that can be dialed free of charge from most mobile telephones and landlines in order to reach emergency services.
No. The police must come, even if you do not have documents with you, including those that confirm your registration in the country.
Yes. The police should react seriously.
You need to tell the police or authorities what happened to you. In addition, you need to tell if you want them to help you – for example, if you need police protection or a medical checkup.
In the cities, the police will arrive quite quickly if the address is indicated correctly, while in the rural areas it can take several minutes for the police to reach you.
Call again the same 112 emergency telephone number.
The police can remove the aggressor from the house if a temporary restraining order is issued. The order can be issued for 5 days with the possibility of extending the term by issuing a 6-month restraining order by the judge.
Yes, the aggressor may be prohibited from approaching the survivor. A restraining order is issued for five days. Later, through the court, you can extend it up to 6 months. There are also other legal protections, you can ask the police for help with them.
You have to inform the police. Violation of the restraining order is a crime and is punished by imprisonment from 1 year to 5 years.
Yes, in this case, the case will be dismissed.
You need to file a criminal complaint to the police. The accusation must then be proven. Therefore, in the application, try to list all possible evidence, names, and contacts of witnesses. Also, if there is physical evidence, report it to the police.
By going to a medical facility that provides emergency medical services and is open 24 hours a day. Emergency medical services are free for foreign citizens.
By dialing 112 for medical emergencies and an ambulance will come to the place where you are to provide medical care or take you to the hospital.
Try to explain the situation as clearly and in detail as possible, and tell what injuries you received and what painful feelings you have in your body.
If the medical staff suspects that you are the survivor of a crime, they have to notify the police.
The police will come to the hospital and register the case. You will be asked if you want to file a complaint. The police will try to find out what happened to you. In some cases, the police will document what happened, even if the survivor does not file a complaint.
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