CEA to start home visits to collect fines

ORANJESTAD - The CEA began home visits to persons with overdue fines in the morning hours on November 11. 

The purpose is to transport persons with outstanding fines to the KIA to serve their substitute custody. Yesterday, the CEA did not have to bring anyone to the KIA because they paid immediately.

The Prosecutor's Office is again making an urgent appeal to persons who have outstanding fines to pay them. You can pay online via the ArubaBank account number 4000905 by stating the public prosecutor number. You can also swipe at the Public Prosecutor's Office counter after making an appointment through the website www.omaruba.com. If you have any questions about your fines, please send them to info@omaruba.aw. You can also use the contact form on the website to ask your questions.

The catch-up campaign began in July 2021 by stopping travelers with outstanding fines at the border. Last month, the Prosecutor's Office announced that the CEA would pick up individuals with overdue fines and bring them to the KIA. The KIA prepared several cells for this purpose, both for men and women. The catch-up operation has been so successful that the Public Prosecutor's Office waited until now to execute the sentences.

Don't let it get to the point where the CEA is at your door!

Payment arrangements are no longer possible for individuals irrevocably convicted of traffic violations.

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