Electronic Bracelets and Penalty Points for 2013
31 December 2012 - Le Matinal
The introduction of electronic tagging and penalty points will be a reality in 2013. This was announced to the central barracks on Friday, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Mario Nobin which reviewed the "Annual Policing Plan" services for next year.
He pointed out that the police had already made provision for the purchase of 1,300 bracelets and that this time, it examines the implications and how this new concept will be applied.
In addition, the "Penalty Point Management System" - penalty points - the day will in all likelihood in January 2013, suggested the DCP Beekun Ally Rashid, head of the Traffic Branch.
Another novelty for the advertised "Crime Occurrence Tracking System" or registration statements electronically.
The police will acquisiton of 10 high speed boats
"With the concept" Crime Occurrence Tracking System ", the managers of each division will real-time complaints recorded at each station. Thus, they can follow up on reported cases, "says Mario Nobin. He also said that surveillance cameras (CCTV) will be extended in 2013 to the regions of Curepipe, Rose Hill and Beau Bassin on the outskirts of Quatre-Bornes. In addition, the emergency number (999) can take up to 50 calls simultaneously. Finally, the radio system within the police will be extended to elements of the National Coast Guard (NCG).
DCP Nobin returned to the objectives set for the year 2012, most of which have been achieved. Even though he expressed his satisfaction with the reduction in the number of accidents this year, however, he conceded that the number of deaths on our roads has increased from 147 in the same period in 2011 to 155 this year. Police associates the number of fatal accidents to speeding, and dangerous crossings in pipes drunk.
The senior officer also said that the police could increase by 3% the percentage of arrests for drug offenses this year. "This goal has not been achieved because several elements of the drug squad were mobilized on the case Gro Derek," he says. He also announced that the police force will acquire 10 high-speed boats in 2013 to fight against the trafficking of narcotics.