Islamabad Police Updates Digital License Management System

“Islamabad Police Enhances Digital License Management System for Streamlined Monitoring of Traffic Violators”

The Islamabad police have recently upgraded their Digital License Management System (DLMS) to enhance the monitoring of suspects and individuals with outstanding e-challans. 

This initiative aims to facilitate efficient information management within the police force.

The Safe City Command and Control Center recently provided a list of 145 violators to the Police Khidmat Center and traffic offices.

 In response, 82 violators settled a total of 995 e-challans at the traffic offices. For the remaining 63 individuals, authorities took strict action by suspending their licenses.

According to the Chief Police Officer (CPO) of Safe City/Traffic, the fully operational Digital License Management System underwent an update earlier this week.

 Traffic rule violators have been strongly advised to settle their e-challans promptly to avoid legal repercussions.

Furthermore, the Safe City cameras, along with the recently introduced Brief Cam alerts, are utilized to identify vehicles of e-challan violators, ensuring compliance with legal requirements.

In a recent crackdown against traffic violations directed by Chief Traffic Officer Muhammad Sarfraz Virk, Islamabad police have successfully reduced traffic violations by 38,000 cases in October and November 2023 compared to the same period last year.

 Virk attributed this achievement to heightened fines and the registration of cases against serious violations, particularly targeting underage drivers and one-way violators.

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