Terms and conditions

1. Introduction

These General Conditions define the conditions of use of the politiadefrontiera.ro website, hereinafter referred to as the website, by its visitors. By accessing and browsing this site, you de facto accept the terms of use described below. If you do not agree with this notice, please leave this website.

2. Non-engagement of liability

This website is an important communication tool, as, through it, we present public information about the activity and results of the Romanian Border Police, as well as other general information, useful information, the latest news and articles, released by the press. Also, the website makes a system called Trafic Online available to its visitors, through which they can find out the average waiting time when crossing the border.

The Romanian Border Police will not provide any guarantee regarding:

  • avoiding difficult use or interruption in use of the site,
  • not negatively affecting other systems by using the site.

Thus, the Romanian Border Police cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect damages caused by using the politiadefrontiera.ro website.

3. Trademark and copyright

The copyright for most of the information on this site is owned by the Romanian Border Police, its affiliates or the sources that are cited at the end of each segment of text retrieved. No material on this site can be reproduced in part, in whole or modified without the express consent expressed by the Romanian Border Police or by the holder of this right. All rights are reserved to the Romanian Border Police.

It is strictly forbidden to use this site for the purpose of destroying or altering it or its content or security or for discrediting or harassing the Romanian Border Police or its affiliates.

The Romanian Border Police will apply all technical and organizational security measures to protect the data over which it has control against any situation of accidental or intentional manipulation, loss, destruction, modification or unauthorized disclosure or against access by an unauthorized person.

4. Purpose of Site Content

The objective of the site's content is to transmit information about the activity and results of the Romanian Border Police. The Romanian Border Police cannot guarantee, however, that these pages do not contain errors and ensures that they do all the diligence to provide correct information and remedy any errors.

5. Privacy

The protection of information during the processing of your personal data is a major concern of the Romanian Border Police, therefore all data collected during visits to our website are processed according to the legal provisions valid in the state in which this website is maintained, respectively Romania. Our website may include links to other websites whose content is not under our control and therefore the Romanian Border Police does not and cannot accept any responsibility for the content of these websites. The Romanian Border Police undertakes not to disclose any information regarding your visits to this site, except in legal situations. The Romanian Border Police will not transmit to any third party your personal data entered by you on the website www.politiadefrontiera.ro, in accordance with this document.

6. Collection and processing of personal data

The General Inspectorate of the Border Police, as a personal data operator, applies the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of these data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).

The recorded information is intended for use by the operator and is communicated only to the following recipients: judicial authorities, central public authorities, local public authorities and other institutions in the field of public order and safety, only in thoroughly justified situations.

7. The rights of data subjects

By reading this Policy, you have become aware of the fact that you are guaranteed the rights provided by Regulation (EU) 2016/679, respectively:

  • to be informed about the processing of your personal data, according to article 13 and 14 of the Regulation;
  • access to your personal data, according to article 15 of the Regulation;
  • rectification of your personal data, according to article 16 of the Regulation;
  • deletion of personal data ("the right to be forgotten"), according to article 17 of the Regulation;
  • to obtain the restriction of processing, according to article 18 of the Regulation;
  • data portability, according to article 20 of the Regulation;
  • to object to the processing of personal data concerning you and to request the rectification, updating or deletion of data in accordance with the law, in the case of personal data processed for direct marketing purposes. This right can be exercised at any time, free of charge and without justification, according to article 21 of the Regulation;
  • not to be subject to an automatic individual decision, including the creation of profiles, according to article 22 of the Regulation;
  • to submit a complaint to the ANSPDCP Supervisory Authority, according to article 77 of the Regulation;
  • to address the court in case of violations of the relevant legislation, according to articles 78-79 of the Regulation.


Union law or domestic law that applies to the data operator or the person authorized by the operator can restrict through a legislative measure the scope of the obligations and rights provided for by Regulation (EU) 2016/679 in art. 12-22 when such a restriction respects the essence of fundamental rights and freedoms and constitutes a necessary and proportionate measure in a democratic society, to ensure:

  1. national security;
  2. defense;
  3. public security;
  4. prevention, investigation, detection or prosecution of crimes or the execution of criminal sanctions, including protection against threats to public security and their prevention;
  5. other important objectives of general public interest of the Union or of a Member State, in particular an important economic or financial interest of the Union or of a Member State, including in the monetary, budgetary and fiscal fields and in the field of public health and social security ;
  6. protecting judicial independence and judicial proceedings;
  7. prevention, investigation, detection and prosecution of ethical violations in the case of regulated professions;
  8. the function of monitoring, inspection or regulation related, even occasionally, to the exercise of official authority in the cases referred to in letters (a)-(e) and (g);
  9. protection of the data subject or the rights and freedoms of others;
  10. implementation of civil law claims.

To exercise these rights, you can apply, with a written, dated and signed request, using the request models posted on the website in the Useful - Forms section. The request can be sent by post to the headquarters of the General Inspectorate of the Romanian Border Police, Bdul. Geniului no. 42C, sector 6, Bucharest, by e-mail (see the Contact section) or can be addressed in person, and within 30 days you will receive an answer to the expressed request.

According to art. 77 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679, in the situation where you consider that your rights have been violated, you can file a complaint with the National Supervisory Authority for the Processing of Personal Data, at its headquarters in Bulevardul General Gheorghe Magheru no. . 28-30, Sector 1, postal code 010336, Bucharest, tel. +40.318.059.211, fax. +40.318.059.602, e-mail: anspdcp@dataprotection.ro. ANSPDCP website: www.dataprotection.ro. Your right to go to court is also recognized .

In order to better respond to the needs and questions of site users, the information requested through this site will be subject to electronic storage and processing.

8. Use and disclosure of personal data and purpose specification

Your data will be treated in accordance with the current legislation on the protection of personal data and will be used by the Romanian Border Police for purely statistical purposes. The Romanian Border Police undertakes that your personal data will not be disseminated to third parties.

9. Information for users (visitors)

As a user (visitor) you have the following responsibilities:

  • provide true, accurate and complete data about yourself as required by the registration form, where applicable.

You also undertake not to do the following:

  • publish materials containing viruses or other programs with the intention of destroying this system as well as any other system or information;
  • publish copyrighted material, if you are not the author or if you do not have the author's permission to publish that material;
  • publish obscene, defamatory, threatening or malicious materials towards another user, natural or legal person, materials or information prohibited by the legal provisions in force;
  • to publish an image or a statement that contravenes the legal norms in force.

In case of non-compliance with these conditions, the Romanian Border Police and its affiliates dissociate themselves from the author, will delete the respective information and may take legal action.

10. Information provided through the website

Any person who visits the site and provides the site with personal data or information expressly and unequivocally consents to the following:

  • the processing of these data and personal information by the Romanian Border Police in order to carry out market studies;
  • the resolution by the Romanian Border Police of the requests, questions and complaints addressed;
  • other activities undertaken by the Romanian Border Police and permitted by law, which are not subject to an approval from the recipient.

The Romanian Border Police will keep this information confidential.

The Border Police will not, under any circumstances, distribute personal information to third parties.

11. Informing the data subjects about their rights In addition to the terms and conditions that are regulated in the website policy, you understand and accept that the Romanian Border Police may collect and store data about the people who visit this website. You have the right to ask us to delete your personal information by contacting us at: presa@igpf.ro.

12. Privacy Policy Changes

Changes to this privacy policy that will appear along the way will be published on this web page without informing you beforehand. The "Terms and conditions" page constitutes, in its entirety, an agreement concluded between you and the Romanian Border Police regarding the use of the website www.politiadefrontiera.ro. The Romanian Border Police reserves the right to revise and update these rules at any time, without notice or prior acceptance of users.

Please check this Personal Data Processing Policy every time you use our website, in order to always be informed about its provisions.

If you have any questions regarding the information contained in this page, please write to us at presa@igpf.ro.

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