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Police stations in Split

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The crime rate in Croatia is lower than in other EU countries. However, we will remind you of a couple of universal precautions that will help you not to become a victim of crime:

  • Do not leave your luggage unattended and do not hold any personal documents and money in a place without supervision
  • Be sure to lock your car and don't leave any of valuables like purses, wallets, cell phones, etc. in a conspicuous place
  • During your stay at the beach or swimming pool, do not leave personal belongings (cameras, car keys, money ...) without supervision
  • Be careful when withdrawing money at an ATM, especially in the late night hours. Do not carry your PIN near your credit card. Do not change money on the street
  • Do not show your wallet with a higher amount of money, especially be careful when paying in supermarkets, shopping malls, cafe bars, restaurants, etc.
  • Do not fall for the tricks because the deceiver resourcefulness knows no bounds. Do not be gullible!
  • All types of drugs are illegal in Croatia and their possession and consumption is subject of a civil and criminal law, so be careful and reject all related to this subjec

Split Police Department FAQ

How to report a crime?

To report a crime you have to address to the police department which has jurisdiction over the area where the crime took a place. A person can remain anonymous, depending on the way how person reports a crime; if the person is addressing to a local police department / station in writing; he/she decides whether to specify personal information or not, but if the person comes into a local police department / station, to report a crime in that case the person is obligated to give his/her information.

What are my rights in the case I get stopped by the police - in uniform or in civilian clothes and what are their authorities in this case?

If you are stopped by the police and if they are not wearing their uniform then you have the right to ask their warrant card so you can be sure this is the police officer. You can ask for the reason of why you have been stopped and at the end ask for a record of the search (if it took a place). You can be stopped and searched if the police have a reasonable suspicion that you are in possession of: controlled drugs, offensive weapon or firearms, carrying a sharp objects, stolen goods or if you are in a bus, car or train, going to, or just have arrived at a sports stadium. There are other circumstances where you may be stopped and searched by the police: If police fear there might be serious violence in a particular area they have all rights to stop and search anyone in that area for up to 24 hours period of time. In these situations the police do not need to have a reasonable suspicion that you are in possession of anything illegal, or that you committed any crime.

Police stations in Split area:

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1. Split police station Split Mike Tripala 6

+385 21 504 510; +385 21 504 511; +385 21/504 539

2. Split police station Split Pojišanska 2

021/309 356; 021/309 357; 021/309 355

Split Traffic police station Split Bračka bb

021/307 036; 021/307 217

Split Maritime police station Split Zrinsko Frankopanska bb

021/307 630; 021/307 172

Split (Resnik) Airport police Kaštel Štafilić Ulica dr. Franje Tuđmana 96

021/307 246

Makarska police station Makarska Kralja Petra Krešimira IV. 4

021/307 738; 021/307 739

Omiš police station Omiš Četvrto Vrilo 1

021/862 322; 021/863 092

Trogir police station Trogir Put Muline 1

021/309 139

Island Vis police station Vis Vladimira Nazora 32

021/711 006


Island Brac police station Supetar Mladena Vodanovića 25

021/309 239; 021/631 145

Vrgorac police station Vrgorac Hercegovačka 5

021/674 011

Sinj police station Sinj Vrlička 71

021/309 310; 021/821 626

Solin police station Solin Kralja Zvonimira 114

021/210 092; 021/307 218; 021/307 669

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