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Bali Police Will Install Surveillance Cameras to Issue Electronic Tickets


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The Traffic Directorate of Bali Police together with the Bali Provincial Transportation Agency and several stakeholders are designing Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement (ETLE). Surveillance cameras will record traffic offenders who violate the rules and provide a ticket electronically.

This was revealed by the Chief Commissioner of the Traffic Directorate of Bali Police, Indra during a coordination meeting with the Bali Provincial Transportation Agency in the Bali Regional Police Directorate Meeting Room, on Monday (22/2)

“The purpose of establishing ETLE is to curb traffic violations so that it can reduce the number of traffic accidents, “explained Pol Indra at the meeting.

He explained that the initial stage of development is planned for 4 points. The four points have not been determined with certainty because a survey must be conducted first. Initially, the Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement plan will be installed in an orderly traffic area (kawasan tertib lalulintas, KTL).

In Indonesia, Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement has already been implemented in Jakarta. The camera records road users. If there is a violation, it will be reported to the system, then the vehicle number will be traced. After the vehicle number is detected, it is followed by confirmation from the owner and given proof of violation (ticket). If the offender or the owner of the vehicle does not pay the ticket, the STNK will be blocked.


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