JPJ considering giving out rewards for those who report traffic offences via e-ADUAN app

Jerrica · Jul 11, 2022 03:28 PM

JPJ considering giving out rewards for those who report traffic offences via e-ADUAN app 01

The Road Transport Department (JPJ) is considering starting a reward system for individuals who report traffic wrong-doings via the e-ADUAN@JPJ.

In a report by Bernama, JPJ Deputy Chief M. Janagarajan said the department is still discussing the viability of the matter. They hope the reward would encourage more individuals to help JPJ track down traffic offenders and, in turn, reduce the number of road accidents.

Example of videos that would be useful for JPJ to track down offenders

The e-ADUAN@JPJ application was launched in April 2022, the app allows the public to share information in the form of videos and photos related to traffic offences.

JPJ also designed the app to track and record the location as well as the time of occurrence. Complete information about the offence is important to JPJ as it would facilitate the investigation.

Also read: Video: PDRM tracing woman who ripped off number plate of Toyota Alphard at the Tuas Second Link

As of yet, JPJ has not decided on what kind of reward they would offer to individuals who made reports.

Note that the e-ADUAN app is now only available for Android users. 



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