More eyes to help detect errant cyclists, PMD users

Auxiliary police officer Muhammad Hanafi Azeman, 27, sharing information on the Active Mobility Act with cyclists in Tanjong Rhu on Saturday. The officers are deployed alongside the Land Transport Authority's Active Mobility Enforcement Officers.
Auxiliary police officer Muhammad Hanafi Azeman, 27, sharing information on the Active Mobility Act with cyclists in Tanjong Rhu on Saturday. The officers are deployed alongside the Land Transport Authority's Active Mobility Enforcement Officers.ST PHOTO: SONG TAO

Auxiliary police officers also educate public and help deter offenders from turning violent

There are now more boots on the ground to deal with errant cyclists and users of Personal Mobility Devices (PMDs).

Since May, auxiliary police officers from Certis Cisco have been progressively deployed alongside the Land Transport Authority's (LTA) Active Mobility Enforcement Officers.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 06, 2018, with the headline 'More eyes to help detect errant cyclists, PMD users'. Print Edition | Subscribe