The Police have developed a mobile information service e-police officer, which will assist officers in the field in verifying data in the records and issuing payment orders, thus facilitating the entire police procedure. E-police officer was presented to the wider public on 16 April 2014.

The project of reducing administrative burdens in the police has been underway since 2009 and has remained one of the priorities of the Ministry of the Interior and the Police. Since 2011, when electronic monitoring of received suggestions and monitoring of their implementation was introduced, 138 suggestions have been received.

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In the efforts to reduce administrative burdens, the most important measure in 2013 was the completion of the first phase of e-police officer project. The application will first be tested in road traffic. It is precisely in this area where such a mobile information solution makes the most sense, given that in 2013 officers issued 222,860 payment orders, out of which about 160,000 were related to road traffic violations and were issued in the field. The test phase will be followed by a detailed evaluation of the project, which will be taken into account in deciding whether to expand its use in this and other units.

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