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
+37460-83-83-02 on issues related to the functions of the registration and examination subdivisions of the Traffic Police (obtaining a driver's license, exchange, registration of vehicles, renaming, etc.)
  • 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
    (responsible person: head of the operational management Center of the Traffic Police, police Lieutenant Colonel Karen Gyulumyan, mob.: 060-83-10-23)
  • 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)

The results of the 24-hour multi-channel Police hotline operation as of 8 p.m. December 6

06.12.2015 22:51
The results of the 24-hour multi-channel Police hotline operation as of 8 p.m. December 6

As of 8 p.m., December 6 the 24-hour multi-channel hotline launched at Police of the Republic of Armenia has received 51 phone calls from the provinces and the city of Yerevan.
Citizens made inquiries about the procedure of participation in the Referendum, lists of voters as well as issues related to passports. 
Police have also received reports about clusters of cars and public gatherings at polling stations, violation of people's individual right to vote (attempt to lead the voter), attempts to impedie professional activities of journalists and observers.
Necessary information has been provided regarding all the inquiries, the alarming reports have been submitted to their addressees (i.e. territorial units and Passport and Visa Department of the RA Police) to prepare materials and take a decision about their further course.