‘Operasi Bersepadu’ unlids many road traffic violations

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THE Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) of the Brunei-Muara district held an ‘Operasi Bersepadu’ on Saturday night.

The operation found compound cases whereby two motorists had faulty back license plate lights.

Three cases were given Police 190 warning whereby the drivers did not bring along their driver’s license and failed to display their road tax at the left side of the windshield. A statement by the RBPF said 59 cars were inspected which did not violate the Road Traffic Act. The statement added that no dockets were issued.

A hundred officers from the Central Police Station in the capital, the Berakas Police Station, Muara Police Station, Limau Manis Police Station, Sengkurong Police Station and the Kampong Ayer Police Station were involved in the operation.

The ‘Operasi Bersepadu’ was held to identify and examine motorists violating the Road Traffic Act, Chapter 68 in addition to preventing the occurrence of crimes including traffic offences.

“This crime prevention strategy is one of the measures taken to examine motorists going through the inspection points set up, apart from making patrols around the areas,” read the statement.

The Brunei Times