From Tuesday, 16 Of March, citizens can declare the loss of their police identity through gov.gr.
Specifically, this will be done in the section "Citizen and everyday life" and the subsection "Citizen details and identification documents" according to a joint decision of the Ministers of Civil Protection, Michalis Chrysochoidis and Territory and Digital Governance, Kyriakou Pierrakaki. Additionally, the citizen will be able to submit electronically to the police service of his place of residence or to the one who has issued the identity card the relevant declaration of loss.
By submitting the statement, the identity card will be canceled immediately by the competent police service and the statement will automatically appear in the citizen's box at gov.gr, so that it can then be used in any other service needed. It is recalled that in the boxes of citizens, the documents issued through gov.gr are kept, as well as the public documents issued by the Public Administration Bodies upon their request.
The "electronic mailboxes"
Activation of lockers for government agencies, started today by the police departments inaugurating a new one, modern and efficient way of communication of the citizens with the public administration. These are "electronic mailboxes" in which the services will accept documents and applications sent by citizens through gov.gr. The main function of the boxes is the collection and exchange of documents issued through gov.gr. By activating the lockers for the public administration bodies, citizens will be able to send them requests related to their transactions.
The advantages of the communication system through mailboxes are the immediacy, the accuracy and transparency of the whole process. Citizens will be able to monitor the progress of their request from billing to processing. At the same time, The benefits for the Management are also particularly important, as the bureaucracy is fought horizontally and drastically and the circulation of documents in printed form is significantly reduced.
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