Traffic compound payments go online

Lyna Mohamad

The Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) through its Investigation and Traffic Control Department (JSKLL) has collaborated with Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam (BIBD) to provide online payment to facilitate the public in paying their traffic offence compound.

This was announced by Acting Director of JSKLL Pengiran Haji Abdul Salam bin Pengiran Haji Abdul Ghani during a press conference yesterday who pointed out this collaboration is a service innovation introduced by RBPF.

Senior Manager at BIBD Corporate Banking Group Pengiran Sanusi Iskandar bin Pengiran Haji Ismail briefed the media on the guidelines and regulation when using the system. He said the service is available for BIBD account holders through BIBD online Bill Payment, BIBD BizNet and Progresif Pay.

He added this service facilitate the users themselves, aside from providing a flexible payment system by following four-payment steps.

The transformation of payment from manual to online payment hoped to give a positive impact in the public eyes in the RBPF’s efforts to establish cashless payments. “It is also hoped to change and upgrade the payment system quality to a more sophisticated system for the public to meet the developments in technology,” said the acting director.

He said the online payment service innovation hoped to provide a fast, systematic, safe and efficient payment access to those who need to pay their traffic offence compound.

Pengiran Haji Abdul Salam said information leaflets about the service will be distributed to the public. Payments of traffic compound using credit and debit cards will also be introduced in the future.

Acting Director of JSKL Pengiran Haji Abdul Salam bin Pengiran Haji Abdul Ghani, Senior Manager at BIBD Corporate Banking Group Pengiran Sanusi Iskandar bin Pengiran Haji Ismail and officers during the press conference. PHOTO: LYNA MOHAMAD