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Old 11.09.2020, 10:10
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Re: Police knocking on the door asking for ID

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For me is ok if Police is looking for someone. I would ask their name, supervisor name, police station and warrant by a judge.

If they are looking for someone they need to have a description and they need to provide you.
No, they donít need to provide anything. No, they donít need a warrant either if they have any reason to believe that a crime is in progress.

I obviously donít know what these two were looking for but itís very normal for Swiss police to drive unmarked cars and not wear uniforms.

One of the typical problems with furnished temporary apartments is illegal prostitution... does the building have a lot of people?
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