How to report animal abuse to the Greek Police

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With the murder of Oliver, the husky from Arachova, appearing in recent days in the news, the non-governmental organisation Zero Stray Pawject, which has set the goal of ending the existence of strays on the streets and that all companion animals have a stable home and care, made a post to explain in every detail the procedure to report an incident of animal abuse to the Greek Police:

"Send an email to [email protected] or call 10410 or 100 or contact the nearest Police Department, the most effective way to report is via email.

"In the complaint by email, within 10 days, you will receive an answer about the development of the case, so you can respond. Also, this is how the Headquarters of the Hellenic Police give an order with all that this implies.

"The complaint should include as much information and photos as possible, such as the exact address with a pin on the map (if required), photographic and video material and a detailed description of the incident.

"In the event that the situation is extremely urgent, we can call 10410 after sending the email and highlight the importance of immediate intervention by police.

"In the event that we find that the legal actions were not taken, we can proceed with a report to [email protected].

"Complaints may also concern illegal births without the permission of the five-member committee of the municipality or domesticated animals without electronic taggings and booklets.

"Zero Stray Pawject has entered into a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Greek Police from 2022 and proceeded with the first mandatory training of frontline police officers for the Protection of Animals."

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