The Ministry of Interior begins automating police stations in Karkh and Rusafa
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Baghdad: Jinan Al-Asadi
The Ministry of Interior, as part of its efforts to shift from the paper system to the electronic system, has embarked on a project to automate police stations in the capital, Baghdad, at a time when smart cameras have directly confirmed the recording of traffic violations at intersections.
Traffic station installed there.
The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior for Police Affairs, Lieutenant General Adel Abbas Al-Khalidi, told “Al-Sabah” that the Ministry, in light of its efforts to keep pace with technological development and the shift from the paper system to the electronic one, has initiated a project to automate police stations within 20 centers on the Karkh and Rusafa sides, confirming that all centers have been converted to work with this system. After completing all necessary preparations
He pointed out that the first phase included the capital, Baghdad, while all police stations in the governorates will be converted to work with the aforementioned system during the next phase, explaining that automation will contribute to completing citizens’ claims, archiving them electronically, and reducing their delays, in addition to preserving the rights of citizens, especially since the system will allow them to track Stages of the lawsuit, in addition, it will enable all previous lawsuits to be archived, so there will be high flow
In the work of police stations.
In another context, the Undersecretary for Police Affairs stated that the smart cameras that were installed at some intersections have begun their work by recording violations, noting that the traffic officer present will also record them, revealing that this stage is an experimental stage that will be circulated if successful in all intersections and streets of the capital. .
Edited by: Najm Sheikh Dagher
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