Catch up on overdue fines

ORANJESTAD - The Prosecutor's Office looks back with some satisfaction on the first results of the catch-up action of overdue fines.

Recently, the Prosecutor's Office intensified the catch-up campaign by announcing that as of November 1, 2021, the CEA will pick up persons with outstanding fines and transport them to the KIA to serve their substitute custody. Earlier, in July 2021, the stopping of travelers with outstanding fines had begun at the border.

Public Prosecutor intensifies execution phase of outstanding fines.  Several persons with overdue fines have since responded to the OM's summons to come and pay outstanding fines. Hence, the OM has decided to wait a little longer with the execution of the overdue judgments. The CEA will now only start in mid-November to visit people at home and bring them to the KIA, instead of this week, as announced last October.

The Prosecutor's Office is making an urgent appeal to persons who have outstanding fines to come and pay them. You can pay online via the ArubaBank account number 4000905 and state the prosecutor's office number. You can also swipe at the counter of the Public Prosecutor's Office. Payment arrangements are no longer possible for persons irrevocably convicted of traffic offenses.

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