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Loviisa Police Station, police matters

One of the police stations of Eastern Uusimaa Police Department.

Loviisa police station is located in the city center near the bus station. The police station is open on Thursdays. We receive reports of an offence. See below for our services and opening hours.

In emergencies, always dial 112.

Please use our online services and book a service time in advance, whenever possible. Read the instructions first before making an application for a passport, personal ID card or other permit or filing a Police report.

If a case is underway and pending, the responses are given by the Police department handing the case. For example, to order copies of records of investigation or criminal reports, please contact the Police department or station directly. Please check the contact details of the department or station in question.

The cost for a call to the Police is

  • the local network charge (pvm) if you call using a landline number
  • cellular phone charge (mpm) if you use a mobile phone
  • international call charge if you call from abroad.

You will pay for the call in line with your operator tariff. Waiting time is also paid for.

Opening hours

  • Thu
    9.00–15.00

Phone Numbers

  • Switchboard
    +358 295 430291
  • Automatic surveillance, traffic penalty fees and requests for review
    +358 295 417917
    Mon–Fri 8.30–12.00
  • Crime investigation
    +358 295 435100
    Mon–Fri 8.30–12.00
  • Crime reports, local helpline
    +358 295 435100
    Mon–Fri 8.30–12.00
  • Driving rights
    +358 295 434900
    Mon–Fri 9.00–11.00
  • National police helpline
    +358 295 419800
    Mon–Fri 8.00–16.15
  • Other police matters
    +358 295 435100
    Mon–Fri 8.30–12.00
  • Telephone exchange
    +358 295 430291
    Mon–Fri 8.00–16.15
  • Tip line
    +358 295 413636
  • Traffic monitoring
    +358 295 435100
    Mon–Fri 8.30–12.00

E-mails

Our services are

Asiakirjojen katoamisilmoitukset

Poliisin myöntämien asiakirjojen katoamisilmoitukset

Report of criminal wrongdoing

A person who is a victim of an offence should file a report of criminal wrongdoing with the police as soon as possible.