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Dubai Public Prosecution launches ?e-service.

Dubai Dubai Public Prosecution has launched a new electronic service which allows applicants to submit and follow up requests through its website or SMS.

The service is in line with the Public Prosecution's target to create a supportive technical environment and developing its services and efficiency to increase customer satisfaction.

Hind Al Zarouni, head of the Electronic Services Section, said the new service allows applicants to follow up on their earlier requests and find out about any decisions made through entering the number and date of the request on website http://www.dxbpp.gov.ae/Inquiry/aspx.

Applications can also be printed out by using their barcode, while applicants could also use the SMS service to follow up on their applications.

The SMS service allows the system to send a message to the user's phone in Arabic and English containing the application's number and data once the application is submitted. It also sends an SMS when a decision is made by the Public Prosecution to inform the applicant whether his request was accepted or not.

Al Zarouni said facilitating communication between applicants and the Public Prosecution is one of the department's main priorities.

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The new service allows applicants to follow up on their earlier requests and find out about any decisions made through entering the number and date of the request on website http://www.dxbpp.gov.ae/Inquiry/aspx.

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Publication:Gulf News (United Arab Emirates)
Date:Jul 14, 2010
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