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AES To Be Operated By Police By Early Next Year


Traffic police preparing to take over AES next year

Eye on culprits: Besides detecting errant drivers, the Automated Enforcement System cameras will also assist the police in crime prevention.
Eye on culprits: Besides detecting errant drivers, the Automated Enforcement System cameras will also assist the police in crime prevention.
KUALA LUMPUR: Traffic police are in the midst of preparatory training to take over the Automated Enforcement System (AES).
Acting Federal Traffic chief Senior Asst Comm Mohd Fuad Abd Latiff said his department was currently in the transition phase to take control of the system by early next year.
“There are several aspects that we are looking into, including the training of our personnel on the hardware and legal aspects linked to the system,” he said in an interview.
SAC Mohd Fuad said he also wanted to make sure that the department would be ready to take over the AES.
“We are aiming for a smooth transition, and hopefully we will be in charge of the system by January.”
Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein had announced that the enforcement of the system, including the issuing of summonses, would be carried out by the police.
The new summonses issued under the AES would carry a RM150 fine which would be gradually increased to a maximum of RM300 should the offenders delay settling their dues.
Previously, the penalty was a flat rate of RM300.
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar was reported as saying that the police would not only use the system to detect errant drivers but prevent crime as well.
He said the cameras would be able to assist police in crime detection as they were placed at strategic areas such as traffic lights and along roads and highways.

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