Written by: Kong Fanxu
Last update date: 2021-03-11 16:00
The Police Force will expand the "Electronic Fixed Penalty Notice Pilot Scheme" commonly known as "Electronic Beef Jerky" next Tuesday (16th) to apply to the issuance of illegal traffic tickets.
The Transport Department will print an encrypted QR code on new and renewed driving licenses to facilitate police officers to read the offender’s information and issue a ticket.
The Hong Kong Police Force will extend the "Electronic Fixed Penalty Notice Pilot Scheme" on March 16, 2021 to be used for the issuance of illegal vehicle tickets.
The picture shows a police officer taking photos at the scene to record violations for evidence collection.
(Photo provided by the Police)
The police launched the "Electronic Fixed Penalty Notice Pilot Scheme" in March last year. The first phase was applied to the issuance of illegal parking tickets. The procedures for handwriting ticket issuance and back-end manual input of data were digitized to improve the overall accuracy of law enforcement.
The police will expand the "Electronic Fixed Penalty Notice Pilot Scheme" from next Tuesday (16th) and apply it to issuing illegal traffic tickets.
The Transport Department has printed an encrypted QR code on newly obtained and renewed driving licenses to facilitate police officers to issue "electronic beef jerky".
In recent years, the police have actively strengthened road law enforcement. In 2019, the "Automatic License Plate Recognition System" was adopted to allow police cars to detect vehicles on the road during patrols. Since last year, they have used "mobile video" to record videos of illegal vehicles to search for certificates, and then send a report to the owners. ticket.
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