This bachelor thesis deals with the discussion of the legal conflict in the area of public relations of the Viennese Police between official secrecy on the one hand and the right to information or the legal framework on the other. In this context, in particular, the work of the "Grätzelpolizei" will be addressed and at the same time it will be determined whether the previously described field of tension affects the work of the "Grätzelpolizist/Innen" and thus ultimately the subjective sense of security of the citizens. For this purpose, the legal bases of the public relations of the Viennese Police are collected and interpreted. This is followed by a comparison of the highest court decisions with the practical public relations of the Viennese Police. In addition, the opinions of experts as well as those of the authors of this work are included in the interpretation of this juxtaposition in order to obtain a comprehensive picture of the legal framework conditions of the public relations of the Viennese Police. Three expert interviews give insight into the practical work of the "Grätzelpolizei". On this basis, a standardized opinion poll provides further information about the effects of the "Grätzelpolizei" on the subjective sense of security of the citizens. The results of the present work show that there is a legal conflict between official secrecy and the right to information or the legal framework within the public relations of the Viennese Police. In spite of this, in practice no impairment can be made measurable for the work of the "Grätzelpolizei" and thus no interference of the subjective sense of security of the population can be expected. Furthermore, it could be stated that the "Grätzelpolizei" is perceived as a supplementary offer for security-related concerns of the citizens. At the end of the present paper, the essential points that could be worked out are summarized in order to obtain a final overall view of the theses presented in this paper.