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The Belgian Police aims to make its websites accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. Therefore, we endeavour to comply as fully as possible with the accessibility standards laid down by the law of 19 July 2018 transposing European directive (EU) 2016/2102 on the accessibility of public authorities’ websites and mobile applications.
What is a cookie?
A 'cookie' is a small text file that comes from the server and is sent to your computer or mobile device. Cookies can in no way be used to identify the person browsing the site; they are used to identify the machine (IP address).
Our cookies allow:
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- to collect personally identifiable information (without your explicit consent)
- to collect sensitive information (without your explicit consent)
- to transfer data to ad network providers
- to transfer personal data to third parties
- for commercial purposes
Using Google Analytics
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