The RightsApp application provides tailored knowledge from many different sources: i) EU legal instruments; ii) national legal frameworks; iii) European e-Justice portal; and iv) supplementary information, for instance, the contact details of nearby victim associations, , if you are a victim of terrorism, if you are a victim of gender-based crime, among others.
The app includes three different scenarios in which the user that has been victim of a crime within the European Union can found himself/herself. The first scenario is the need to make an emergency call to 112. With just a push of a button the user can make an emergency call to 112. The second scenario is the need to be provided with information regarding rights of European Union citizens’ who have been victims of a crime. In order to obtain particularized information, the user has to fill in a small questionnaire. In the latter scenario the app provides the citizen who has been the victim of a crime with information regarding entities and centres that provide crime victim support.
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What's New

Crime Victim Support Offices have been added
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Additional Information

October 21, 2019
Current Version
Requires Android
4.1 and up
Content Rating
Offered By
Jorge Gonzalez-Conejero
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