JPJ officers go high tech


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  • Saturday, 09 Apr 2005

PUTRAJAYA: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) officers have begun moving in unmarked vehicles with special mobile computer devices to arrest errant motorists. 

The special devices are connected to the main JPJ database to provide the “undercover” patrol units with quick information. With the use of unmarked vehicles, the JPJ also plans to outwit the tontos. 

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