The Civil Guard Weapons and Explosives Interventions begin to inform citizens by email and SMS

It will allow to inform citizens about the expiration of licenses, visas and other relevant news

You can provide your email and phone number in your Intervention of Weapons and Explosives

The Civil Guard has launched a new communication system to carry out the citizen's actions with the Interventions of Weapons and Explosives in a faster and more efficient way. For this, the Headquarters of Arms, Explosives and Security has implemented a new functionality in the National Registry of Weapons that will be launched today.

E-mail and SMS have been chosen as they are a fast, agile and efficient means for sending information of interest to citizens, thus adapting to the possibilities offered by new technologies. Likewise, an enormous saving of paper will be achieved, which will translate into greater protection and care for the environment.

From now on, the indicated means will be the only ones for this type of information. Therefore, the citizen must make sure to provide the email and mobile phone number to his Intervention of Weapons and Explosives, having the possibility of deactivating this service if he does not wish to receive these communications.

In no case, these means will be used for the notification of resolutions that must take effect in accordance with the provisions of Law 39/2015, of October 1, on the Common Administrative Procedure of Public Administrations.

For the procedures with their respective Weapons and Explosives Interventions, they must continue to do so personally, upon request for a prior appointment (http://run.gob.es/citagc), or by telematic means, using the Electronic Office of the General Directorate of the Civil Guard (https://sede.guardiacivil.gob.es/).

For any questions or clarification in relation to the content of this note, you should contact the Peripheral Communication Office of the Headquarters of Arms, Explosives and Security, telephone 682.844.368

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