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13 Nov 2019
Singapore Police Force
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Technology complements daily patrols to nab errant motorists on roads

We thank Mr Tony Lim Thiam Poh for his feedback (More Traffic Police presence needed on roads, Oct 29). The Traffic Police (TP) takes strict enforcement action against errant motorists. It conducts both overt patrols and covert operations daily to deter and detect irresponsible motoring. To complement these enforcement efforts, it leverages technology, including cameras at traffic light junctions and fixed speed cameras and mobile speed cameras at tra......



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08 Oct 2019
Singapore Police Force
Suggestion View - 4
Officers on patrol should maintain stern bearing

I have a great deal of respect for our police officers and I was happy to see men in red berets in full gear with weapons in their hands at the entrance of Tampines MRT Station and Tampines 1 one afternoon recently. Well done, I thought. Their presence always provides a further sense of safety. Then, an elderly man approached one of the officers and mocked him, saying that his presence was nothing but theatrics. He asked whether the officer was a full-time national service......



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18 Jun 2019
Singapore Police Force
Suggestion View - 268
Seniors should retake driving test to renew licences

Perhaps the Traffic Police should consider making it compulsory for elderly drivers to retake their driving tests (Mounting car troubles, June 13). Over the years, there have a number of reports of accidents involving elderly motorists knocking into other vehicles, as well as pedestrians. It is already compulsory for seniors 65 years old and above, and holding classes 4A, 4 and 5 driving licences to take a driving proficiency test. Ther......



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05 Jun 2019
Singapore Police Force
Feedback View - 8
Police sensitive to how they check commuters

We refer to Mr Carl Tay's letter (Explain protocol for random checks, May 24) and Ms Low Siew Hua's letter (More discretion needed during random checks, May 27). Police officers from the Public Transport Security Command (TransCom) conduct patrols and random checks on persons at public transport nodes to prevent, deter and detect crime and potential security incidents. During such checks, officers may search a person's belongings to see......



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