Bangalore city traffic police is moving into a 'paperless regime of enforcement' with officers being provided with hi-tech 'blackberry and bluetooth'- supported printers from today.
Project "Black Berry assisted Traffic Enforcement" that was initiated by city traffic police in 2008 has finally reached its final stage, state Home Minister V S Acharya said.
Launching the second phase of BlackBerry plan here, he said "with all traffic officers upto the rank of Assistant Sub-Inspector getting BlackBerry and Bluetooth-supported printers today, city traffic police will move into a paperless regime of enforcement".
The technology would be implemented throughout Karnataka, Acharya said, without specifying any time frame for it.
Published Date: Mar 04, 2010 12:33 pm | Updated Date: Mar 04, 2010 12:33 pm