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Explosive ordnance disposal
Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)
If you as a property owner find explosive ordnance on your property, you must report this immediately, otherwise you are acting in violation of the Ordinance on Explosive Ordnance of the State of Schleswig-Holstein and exposing yourself and others to a high level of danger.
Explosive ordnance includes all ammunition intended for warfare, in particular bombs, mines, grenades, explosives and detonators, but also self-laboratories and unconventional explosive and incendiary devices that are manufactured in connection with the commission of criminal offenses.
Explosive ordnance is often unrecognizable as such. Many are rusted beyond recognition or resemble commercially available objects in appearance.
The duty to report also applies to walkers who find ammunition.
Who should I contact?
- To your local authority, municipal office or city administration (building authority),
- to the explosive ordnance disposal service of the Schleswig-Holstein State Office of Criminal Investigation or
- the nearest police station or
- to the emergency number 110.
State ordinance on the prevention of threats to public safety from explosive ordnance (Explosive Ordinance)
What else should I know?
The Explosive Ordnance Clearance Service (KMRD) of Schleswig-Holstein searches for, clears and destroys unexploded ordnance, explosive ordnance and unconventional explosive and incendiary devices (IEDs).
Further information on the subject of "Explosive ordnance and explosive ordnance disposal" can be found on the website of the Ministry of the Interior, Municipal Affairs, Housing and Sport of the State of Schleswig-Holstein (MIKWS).
The text was automatically translated based on the German content.