RA Police Hotline
  • For general inquiries
    (+374) 10 54-69-14
    (+374) 10 54-69-12
    Working hours : 9:00 – 13.00 (lunch break : 13:00 - 14:00), 14:00 - 18:00. Weekend Holidays : Saturdays and Sundays:
  • Traffic police
    1-77
  • For trafficking and migration issues
    0800-505-50
  • Passport and Visa Department
    (+374) 10 37-02-64
Persons responsible for freedom of information
  • For general inquiries
    (+374) 10 54-69-14
    (+374) 10 54-69-12
    (responsible person: Head of the Department of On-duty Service of the Staff of the RA Police, Police Colonel Arayik Arakelyan, tel.: 011-58-76-03)
  • Traffic police
    Mob.: 1-77
    For issues related to the activities of the Traffic Police, as well as traffic accidents
    (responsible person: head of the operational management Center of the Traffic Police, police Lieutenant Colonel Karen Gyulumyan, mob.: 098-52-27-63)
  • Passport and Visa Department
    (+374) 10 37-02-64
    (responsible person: Deputy Chief of the PVD of the RA Police, Police Colonel Aharon Karapetyan, tel.: 011-37-06-00)
  • For trafficking and migration issues
    0800-505-50
    On-duty service
    (responsible person: Head of the 2nd Division (of fight with Trafficking) of the 3rd Department (of fight with High-Tech Crimes, Trafficking, Illegal Migration and Terrorism) of the GDFOC, Police Lieutenant Colonel Vache Hovsepyan; tel. 011-56- 39-63)

Joint efforts against transnational organized crime (2 VIDEOS)

05.06.2014 10:11 News, events, publications
Joint efforts against transnational organized crime (2 VIDEOS)

Turn Back Crime global awareness campaign developed by INTERPOL's General Secretariat Headquarters in Lyon, France, whas been launched today on June 5, 2014. The campaign aims to raise awareness and assist law enforcement agencies in each of Interpol's 190 member countries to combat all forms of organized crime.
An important first step in implementing the campaign is to encourages the mass media, general public, businesses and governments to play a role in reducing the impact of crime.
The world police body’s Turn Back Crime global campaign aims to involve all sectors of society in understanding and preventing crime, to educate society about the ways in which crime affects our daily lives and to assist the public in protecting themselves.
For more information please visit www.turnbackcrime.com, the official website of the TURN BACK CRIME campaign which comprises a set of videos, publications and a variety of merchandising.