Vietnamese traffic policemen to go plainclothes, enhance patrols for detecting violations

March 22, 2024

The Traffic Police Department under Vietnam's Ministry of Public Security has said it would deploy more plainclothes officers to patrol the streets without surveillance cameras in order to detect traffic violations. The department said on Thursday that it had issued a plan to crack down on drunk driving and drug-related offenses, overloaded vehicles, speeding, driving against traffic, failure to adhere to traffic signals, and using fake papers. To detect alcohol- and drug-related offenses, police officers will regularly change the location of checkpoints and operation methods. If violators are officials of state agencies or Party members, their violations will be informed to their organizations. A representative of the Traffic Police Department said inspections would be conducted regularly in order to improve local residents’ awareness of complying with traffic regulations.

The source of this news is from Tuoi Tre News

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