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Police working on an app to monitor motor parks, hotels, and others.



Police working on an app to monitor motor parks, hotels, and others.
Police working on an app to monitor motor parks, hotels, and others.

The police boss added that the Force also uses a digital system to collect and manage data about all domestic workers with verified employment histories.

Egbetokun explained that the proposed system would complement the Digitalised Central Motor Registry, which is already in operation, adding that the innovation will be rolled out before the year runs out.


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According to a statement by the Force spokesperson, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, on Saturday, July 8, 2023, the Police boss made these known after a tour of the state-of-the-art National Command and Control Centre facility and the Nigeria Police Crime and Incidence Database Centre at Louis Edet House, Force Headquarters, Abuja.

The statement read, “Besides the Digitalised Central Motor Registry, which is already operational, the NPF is working on innovating other areas paramount to security.

“Some of these which would be unveiled within the year include the Police Mobile Security Surveillance, which will, among other things, capture all motor parks, commercial drivers operating daily in Nigeria, and passengers plying various routes, including hotel lodging data; and the Domestic Help Registration to create and manage centrally accessible data of all domestic help with verifiable previous employment data.”

Adejobi added that the IGP urged police personnel and Nigerians to embrace the” Rescue Me mobile application” and other technology deployed by the Force.

He noted that deploying technological tools by the Force would enhance operations in the country and strengthen the bond between police and citizens.

“The tour emphasised the IGP’s commitment to integrating innovative policing strategies into the Nigerian Police Force. During the tour, the IGP reiterated the Police Force’s efforts in adopting cutting-edge technologies and urged officers to fully leverage these tools to enhance their operations and improve service delivery to citizens.

“In line with the vision of the Nigeria Police Force to foster stronger community engagement, the IGP also encouraged all Nigerians to embrace, download, and use the ‘NPF Rescue Me App’.

“This innovative mobile application provides a platform for citizens to quickly alert the Police Force in emergencies, facilitating prompt response and assistance. The “NPF Rescue Me App” is available on Android and ‘iOS application stores for free download and usage,” the statement added.

However, Adejobi said the IGP directed all investigation units and police formations to instantly reactivate the NPCIDC application to aid their investigations and other processes.

“The IG directed the use of the applications installed at the NPCIDC, where every suspect’s biometrics and other relevant data/information will be updated and kept for improved investigations and record keeping.

This will be readily available to police operatives to ensure a credible electronic criminal database to support investigations,” the statement said.

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