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Criminal records - Slovakia

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Criminal records of the Public Prosecutor of the Slovak Republic

Address:

Kvetná 13
814 23 Bratislava

Tel.:+ 421 2 554 25 649, + 421 2 208 36 129, + 208 36 133 421 2

E-mail: Link opens in new windowregister.trestov@genpro.gov.ske-podateľňa:
Link opens in new windowhttps://www.slovensko.sk/sk/lokator-sluziebweb:
Link opens in new windowhttp://www.genpro.gov.sk/register-trestov/co-potrebujete-k-ziadosti-o-vypis-odpis--12f3.html

the department — opening hours

Monday

8.00-12.00

13.00-17.00

Tuesday

7.30-12.00

13.00-15.00

Wednesday

7.30-12.00

13.00-15.00

Thursday

7.30-12.00

13.00-15.00

Friday

7.30-12.00

13.00-15.00

Find out more about applying for a slip/copy of the Criminal Record

From 01.11.2015 it is possible to file a request for a statement and copy of the Criminal Record Register records only at the day-book office of the Prosecutor-General’s Office of the Slovak Republic — Workplace Kvetná 13, Bratislava. Applications will be handled under the ‘live’.

Since 02.07.2016 it is possible to apply in the workplace IOMO Slovenská Pošta. Applications will be handled under the ‘live’.Further details of the service to places IOMO Slovenská Pošta are available at the following link:Https://www.posta.sk/sluzby/sluzby-statu-na-posteLink opens in new windowhttps://www.posta.sk/sluzby/sluzby-statu-na-poste

Extract from the judicial record

In the excerpt from the criminal record convictions which the courts of the Slovak Republic, as well as by the court of another Member State of the European Union and the courts of another State whose decisions are recognised by the courts of the Slovak Republic, including data on the course of the penalties imposed, protective measures and the appropriate restrictions or obligations, if the court or by law not as if the offender has been convicted.

Copy of criminal record

A copy of the criminal record is an authentic instrument, which provides data on

  • any final convictions by courts of another Member State of the European Union or a court of another State whose decision has been recognised by the courts of the Slovak Republic,
  • during the course of enforcement and enforcement of a protection measure
  • convictions, although the court or by law have been expunged.

Part of depreciation are data on criminal records

  • final court decisions or final decisions on conditional Prosecutor not to prosecute,
  • final court decisions or final decisions on the approval of the conciliation and the prosecutor to prosecute,
  • final convictions of a citizen of the Slovak Republic or the final conviction of a person who has permanent residence in the territory of the Slovak Republic, the courts of a State other than a Member State of the European Union which has not been recognised by the courts of the Slovak Republic, indicating that this decision has no legal effect on the territory of the Slovak Republic and is for information only.

In the write-off of criminal records which is issued for the purposes of paragraphs 14 and 3 of Section 2 of the Criminal Records Act and amending certain laws in relation to nezahladenému conviction by a court of another Member State of the European Union and the courts of another State which have been recognised by the courts of the Slovak Republic, indicate that these decisions do not have legal effects in the territory of the Slovak Republic are for guidance only.

Reply to a request for information extracted from the criminal record

If the central authority of another Member State of the European Union asks the Public Prosecutor’s Office for information from the criminal record concerning a citizen of the Slovak Republic, the Public Prosecutor’s Office shall provide it within ten working days with information on

  • a final unexpunged conviction by a court in the Slovak Republic which is registered in the criminal record;
  • a final unexpunged conviction by a court in another Member State of the European Union which has been updated according to § 17 paragraph 4 of the Law on criminal records and amending certain acts
  • a final unexpunged conviction by a court in other States which has been provided and is registered in the criminal record.

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Last update: 31/08/2018