Gathering to the Supreme Court, National Police Chief Discusses Electronic Tickets
Jakarta – General Listyo Sigit Prabowo continued the series of hospitality with high-ranking state officials after being officially appointed as Chief of the Indonesian National Police.
This time, Listyo Sigit Prabowo visited the Supreme Court (MA) to meet Chief Justice Muhammad Syarifuddin. As fellow Law Enforcement Officials (APH), many things were discussed and discussed at the meeting.
“We have discussed and discussed many things, including several programs that the Indonesian National Police will carry out in the future related to the issue of electronic tickets,” said Chief of Indonesian National Police, General Listyo Sigit at the Supreme Court, Jakarta, Tuesday (2/2).
According to Sigit, the electronic ticketing program which was proclaimed by him as the Chief of Police, of course, requires adjustments.
“The electronic ticket, which of course changes the pattern, which is usually carried out using a trial, now changes to be decided directly in the electronic system, so adjustments need to be made,” said Sigit.
Not only that, together with the head of the Supreme Court, Listyo Sigit, also discussed the development of integrated services that are directly related to services to the public, such as information on legal processes both in the Police, the Attorney General’s Office to the Court by utilizing a joint application system.
That way, Sigit said, law enforcers no longer need direct interaction with the community as part of preventing the Covid-19 transmission chain.
“Because it is related to the Covid situation so that law enforcement processes, of course, must have direct interaction and then can be avoided by utilizing virtual or online systems, or online,” said Sigit.
The electronic ticket is Listyo Sigit Prabowo’s effort as the Head of the Indonesian National Police to improve the image of the Indonesian Police, one of which is by eliminating direct actions or commonly known as a ticket. In the future, Listyo will implement an electronic ticket or Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement (ETLE) throughout Indonesia.