JAKARTA (ANTARA) – The National Police Traffic Corps (Korlantas) is developing chips and QR codes for vehicle license plates, allowing vehicle data to be monitored through Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement (ETLE) cameras. increase.
“We are developing license plates with QR codes and chips to check if a vehicle license plate is real or fake,” Chief Police Traffic Corps Inspector Firman Shantyabudi said here on Tuesday. rice field.
He pointed out that public awareness of orderly traffic is still low. In fact, since the ETLE policy was instituted, people have tried to trick cameras into removing license plates, etc., to avoid issuing tickets.
Still others use fake license plates from street vendors.
Therefore, they are considering combining electronic and manual fines.
“Why should we consider it? One of the reasons[because]is the community, not the awareness that arises when the police issue a ticket,[what is actually done]is the number Some even have plates removed from their backs and deliberately violate human trafficking rules,” he noted.
He stressed that the Traffic Corps is not idle and will issue warnings and respond to any violations that may increase the risk of traffic accidents.
Mr. Shantyabudi said he instructed staff to issue warnings rather than just handing in tickets by personnel on duty so that employees are aware of and comply with the rules.
Without awareness, law enforcement using police force would be reimposed, he said. One of them is using QR code technology and license plate chips.
He said law enforcement would be more effective if police, people, and law enforcement acted accordingly.
Shantyabudi appealed to the public not to purchase fake license plates. The National Police will without further ado improve license plate quality to prevent other vehicles with unauthorized license plates from roaming freely.
He stressed that law enforcement is a last resort. He encouraged public awareness to ensure orderly traffic.
He also reminded the public that cars without license plates are usually used by thieves.
Police traffic units have also resumed road patrols to raise public awareness of orderly traffic.
“We have extra electric cars and are resuming traffic patrols to force people to keep order. ) had been removed by robbery, so I say this is the perpetrator. Any vehicle without a license plate on the back will be stopped,” added Shanchabudi.
A statement was submitted in early January 2022 regarding chip mounting on QR codes and license plates, but it is still in the development stage.
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