Pakistan’s Punjab Traffic Police department has geared up a modern technology based App Traffic Accident Management Information System (TAMIS) with collaboration of PITB at Traffic Headquarters Punjab Qurban Lines Lahore.
TAMIS permit Traffic Police to find out the reasons of the accident and reasons behind it. With the help of TAMIS the investigation and prosecution process could be assist and future strategy to avoid such ruin accidents.
Inspector General Police Punjab, Amjad Javed Saleemi while inaugurating this new App TAMIS. On this event, MD Punjab Safe Cities Authority, Addl: IGP Police Ali Amir Malik, Addl: IGP CTD Muhammad Tahir Rai, Chief Operatoing Officer, Akbar Nasir, DIG IT Punjab Zulfiqar Hameed and DG PITB Faisal Yousaf, Sajid Lateef, Waqar Naeem and other senior officers were also present on this event.
Through this system traffic department can have record of accident occurred in any district of Punjab, its time, location, geography, Police Station, name of PHP post, Road, number of colliding vehicles, response timing of district police and traffic police, cause of accident, weather situation, casualties, injured, loss of property and ambulance response time on a single dash board, besides, all details of drivers, injured persons, eye witnesses and informants could also be identified shown through TAMIS.
SSP Traffic Khurrum Shakoor told that around 16000 people died during 5 years because of traffic accident and with the help of this modern system the causes of accidents will be acknowledged and negligence of other departments could also be come up.
Traffic Accident Management Information System made possible the coordination among departments and new strategies will be sculpted in order to save valuable lives.
IGP was told that before this App, there was a manual system by which traffic sergeant used to fill a form and sent it to traffic headquarters wasting time and causing hurdles for injured or dead persons during accidents.
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