Police stations in Paris: launch of a new platform to limit waiting times

    Police stations in Paris: launch of a new platform to limit waiting times

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    By Alexandre G. Posted January 6, 2021 at 5:04 p.m. Updated January 6, 2021 at 5:04 p.m.

    The Paris Police Prefecture is launching a new appointment scheduling platform this Wednesday, January 6, 2021. The objective is to facilitate the procedures of Parisians in the police stations of the capital, in order to limit the waiting time.
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    <p>The <strong>Paris police stations</strong> move into the digital age. This Wednesday, January 6, 2021, the <strong>Paris Police Prefecture </strong>ad<strong> experimenting with a new digital appointment-making platform</strong>.

    Accessible via internet, the site allows the limit waiting time and above all to facilitate the process of filing a complaint, handbook or administrative police file. Created in partnership with Smart Agenda, a site specializing in the management of online appointment, the digital platform is available from January 7 in “several Parisian police stations“, confirms the prefecture.

    As in all Paris police stations, you can book an appointment between 8 a.m. and 10:30 p.m. Then, all you have to do is go there with your summons received by email (be careful to check your junk mail). The Smart Agenda Préfecture de police website primarily allows you to set an appointment in order to physically file a complaint.

    Also, we remind you that all citizens have the possibility to file a online pre-complaint on the site https://www.pre-plainte-en-ligne.gouv.fr/, about facts including “you are directly or personally victim and for whom you do not know the perpetrator“concerning”damage to property (theft, damage, fraud) or a discriminatory act (discrimination, defamation, insult, individual incitement to hatred) “.

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