The Chief of INP Officially Launching National ETLE Phase 1, 12 Regional Police Implements Electronic Ticketing
The Chief of the Indonesian National Police (INP), General Listyo Sigit Prabowo inaugurated the national electronic traffic law enforcement (ETLE) phase 1. In this 1st stage launch, there were 12 Regional Police with 244 electronic ticketing cameras, which will be operated starting today.
ETLE stage 1 launching was held at the NTMC INP building, Jakarta, Tuesday (23/3/2021). The event was attended by Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Muhammad Syarifuddin and Attorney General TB. Hassanudin participated in the signing of the law enforcement Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Minister Tjahjo Kumolo, Head of the National Development Planning Board (Bappenas) Suharso Manoarfa, Director of Jasa Raharja Budi Raharjo and several representatives of other agencies also attended. Dirlantas ranks throughout Indonesia are also present virtually.
This national ETLE is one of the INP Traffic Police Corps implementations led by the INP Police Headquarters. Inspector General Pol Istiono in realizing one of the priority programs of precision or predictive, responsibility, transparency and justice The Chief of INP General Listyo Sigit Prabowo.
The Chief of INP General Listyo Sigit Prabowo, in his presentation, said that the presence of this national electronic ticket was to improve security and public safety programs on roads. The Chief of INP wants the public to be more vigilant because ETLE can monitor motorist behaviour.
“Why are we doing this? This is part of our efforts to improve the security, safety, order, and smoothness of traffic programs; of course, there need to be law enforcement efforts so that carrying out the activities of road users can indeed be disciplined and prioritize safety and respect other community users. way, “said The Chief of INP General Listyo Sigit Prabowo.
On the INP side, General Sigit emphasized transparent law enforcement efforts through ETLE. The former Chief of Criminal Investigation Board hopes that the ETLE system can prevent abuse of authority and the use of information technology.
“On the police side, the ETLE program is part of us to enforce the law by utilizing information technology. We continue to improve the system so that in the future the police law enforcement, especially traffic on the road, does not need to interact directly with the community which of course we often get complaints related to the problem of the ticketing process carried out by several unscrupulous members, which then has the potential for abuse of authority, “he explained.
This national ETLE can take action against ten traffic violations, including traffic light violations, road markings violations, odd-even violations, violations using cellphones, violations against the flow, violations not using helmets, violations of the validity of vehicle registration, violations of not using seat belts and violations of restrictions on certain types of vehicles.
In addition to detecting traffic violations, the ETLE system can also support evidence of accidents and non-crime cases on the highway using the face recognition technology already in the ETLE system.
Meanwhile, Commander of Traffic Police Corps, Inspector General Istiono, revealed that the Traffic Police Corps ranks were still working so that INP could complete the implementation of ETLE at 34 Regional Police. Istiono said the ETLE system was integrated from the Police, Regional Police to Traffic Police Corps INP.
“Concentration for the first phase will of course be followed up with the second, launching. We will build it in the next 10 Regional Police, which we plan to launch around April 28th, we will do it in stages, ” said Commander of Traffic Police Corps INP Inspector General Isitiono.
“Technically, in the field, we will continue to work to complete this program in stages until all 34 Regional Police will be installed. At all parented to install ETLE, of course, based on our mapping and analysis. Which point is the most crucial, and we need to install ETLE on it,” he continued.
Commander of Traffic Police Corps explained that the national ETLE had detected all two-wheeled and four-wheeled vehicles that did not comply with traffic rules. Istiono hopes that public awareness of obedient traffic will be higher with the presence of ETLE.
“All vehicles that violate the point of taking a photo, taking a photo, want a particular number, any number of unique TNI number take a picture. If the TNI later confirms its affairs to our friends, we have collaborated on the mechanisms for TNI friends, there is confirmation there, ” he said.
‘This is part of public awareness in building the law itself,” he continued.
The following 12 Regional Police have implemented ETLE at launching phase 1:
1. Metro Jaya Regional Police
2. West Java Regional Police
3. Central Java Regional Police
4. East Java Regional Police
5. Jambi Regional Police
6. North Sumatra Regional Police
7. Riau Regional Police
8. Banten Regional Police
9. DIY Regional Police
10. Lampung Regional Police
11. South Sulawesi Regional Police
12. West Sumatra Regional Police