Scheer PAS Polizei Fallstudie 1

Kunde

Landespolizei Saarland
Rhineland-Palatinate Police

Projekt

Prozess-Automatisierung

Beschreibung des Kunden

Landespolizei Saarland

Die Polizei des Saarlandes ist die offizielle Landespolizei des deutschen Bundeslandes Saarland und umfasst rund 3.200 Mitarbeiter, darunter etwa 2.700 Polizeibeamte. Das Landespolizeipräsidium ist dem Ministerium für Inneres, Bauen und Sport des Saarlandes unterstellt.

Rhineland-Palatinate Police

The Rhineland-Palatinate Police serves as the official state police force for the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, and is organized into eight police authorities. The state police headquarters operates under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of the Interior and for Sport of Rhineland-Palatinate.

des Einzelhandels

  • Bottlenecks and delays from manual security checks
  • Manual research and evaluation of multiple information systems
  • High demand for residence permits
  • Excessive routine work due to insufficient automation
Case Study | Saarland Police and Rhineland-Palatinate Police

85% weniger Routinearbeiten durch Prozessautomatisierung mit Scheer PAS

More applications in significantly less time: Saarland and Rhineland-Palatinate police authorities are using process automation to accelerate security checks and process residence permit applications more efficiently, conserving resources while increasing productivity.

Scheer PAS-Lösung

The Automated Security and Reliability Check (aSÜP)

This solution was first implemented by the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate, where it significantly reduced processing time and workload without compromising the quality of results. As a result of its success, the Saarland state police also adopted aSÜP.

Our mission was to provide the Saarland and Rhineland-Palatinate police forces with a solution that would reduce the manual workload and enable services to be provided much more efficiently.

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