The Motor Cycle Division: The Road Safety Unit Presents its New Team of 30 Riders
24 Décembre 2011 - lexpress.mu
In order to strengthen its workforce on the road, the Road Safety Unit presented its new team of the Motor Cycle Division. This includes a staff of 30 riders trained in the Mauritius Institute of Training and Development (MITD) and a team of Road Safety in Singapore.
The police force wants to increase its visibility on the roads. In this sense, the Road Safety Unit presented this Friday, December 23, his new team - the Motor Cycle Division - which will operate from this weekend in the four corners of the country.
" We especially want to strengthen our workforce. Therefore, in the framework of police reform, we decided to set up this new team of bikers who have received extensive training of a team of Singaporean Road Safety , "said the Deputy Commissioner of Police and head of the Traffic Branch, Rashid Ally Beekun.
This launch is also in connection with the closing ceremony of the Open House to Barracks stations dedicated to road safety.
The guest of honor at the ceremony, Ben Buntipilly, advisor to the Prime Minister's Office for Highway Safety, showed his dissatisfaction with the attitude of some drivers. outset, Ben Buntipilly did not fail show his ambition for the number of riders of the Motor Cycle Division from 30 to 50 by next year. " We have already made provision for this but have yet to finalize the number of motorcycles. Their role is not only issuing tickets to those bikers also indicate the consequences of reckless drivers on the road , "said Ben Buntipilly. The ceremony ended with a demonstration of the Motor Cycle Division.