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Police introduce electronic motor registry for enhanced security

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The Nigeria Police Force has officially confirmed the implementation of the upgraded electronic Central Motor Registry, emphasizing its role in enhancing the safety and security of the Nigerian populace. 

The Force Public Relations Officer, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, in a statement highlighted the significance of the initiative as a crucial step towards improving law enforcement capabilities and ensuring the well-being of citizens.

Adejobi elaborated on the e-CMR, describing it as a comprehensive system designed to streamline vehicle registration processes with a primary focus on strengthening national security. 

He emphasized its operationalization, stating that it would facilitate swift and efficient tracking of stolen vehicles, thereby significantly increasing the chances of recovery. 

“CMR is a comprehensive system designed to streamline vehicle registration processes with a view to strengthening national security.

“Its full operationalization would facilitate swift and efficient tracking of stolen vehicles, significantly increasing the chances of recovery; lead to the maintenance of an accurate and up-to-date database of registered vehicles, which would aid in the prevention and investigation of vehicle-related crimes such as kidnapping and one-chance activities involving,” he said

The spokesperson highlighted a distinctive feature of the e-CMR, stating, “It is also designed to make it impossible for stolen vehicles to be re-registered, adding a layer of security and discouraging criminals from engaging in such activities.”

Encouraging public participation, Adejobi provided information on the registration process, urging individuals and corporate bodies to visit the official website at https://cmris.npf.gov. 

He reassured the public that the registration process is user-friendly, allowing them to take advantage of the convenience it offers from the comfort of their homes.

Adejobi underscored the NPF’s commitment to public welfare, citing other applications designed by the police, such as the Rescue Me App and Police VGS, as vital tools in achieving this goal. In addressing concerns about e-CMR enforcement, he assured the public that it would be done in the most professional manner, with ample notice provided for registration by all individuals and corporate bodies.

In his statement, Adejobi concluded, “The NPF is committed to ensuring the welfare of the public, and the e-CMR and other applications designed by the police are vital tools in achieving this goal.”

 

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