Digital in appeal against traffic fines

From Monday 27 January it is possible to appeal online against a traffic fine. The Central Processing Public Prosecution Service (CVOM) opens the Traffic Digital Counter with which those who have received a Mulder decision can submit a full appeal in a few simple steps. Easy, fast and paper and stampless

From Monday 27 January it is possible to appeal online against a traffic fine. The Central Processing Public Prosecution Service (CVOM) opens the Traffic Digital Counter with which those who have received a Mulder decision can submit a full appeal in a few simple steps. Easy, fast and paper and stampless. Via www.om.nl/verkeer can be logged in with DigiD and the CJIB number of the decision.

At the counter, the person concerned goes through a fixed number of steps, focusing on the type of fine. It is asked why someone does not agree with the decision. The person concerned is given the opportunity to submit arguments and to add supporting documents (by uploading documents). If the flash photos are made available online by the police, which is arranged in about half of the country, these can also be retrieved in the OM counter. These photographs can also be added to the profession.

The Traffic Digital Counter fits in with the government's aim to communicate digitally with citizens wherever possible. At the same time, the Public Prosecution Service expects to be able to work more efficiently due to the reduced paperwork.

Collaboration Justitieketen
The Traffic Digital Counter is a collaboration in the Justice Chain between the Public Prosecution Service, the Central Judicial Collection Agency and the police.