LTA ropes in auxiliary police officers to beef up enforcement against errant cyclists, PMD riders

Auxiliary police officer Muhammad Hanafi Azeman sharing with cyclists on the Active Mobility Act on Aug 4, 2018. ST PHOTO: SONG TAO
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SINGAPORE - There are now more boots on the ground to deal with errant cyclists and users of Personal Mobility Devices (PMDs).

Starting from May, auxiliary police officers from Certis Cisco have been progressively deployed alongside the Land Transport Authority (LTA)'s Active Mobility Enforcement Officers, The Straits Times has learnt.

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