20 compound fines issued in nationwide roadblocks

Daniel Lim

The Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) issued compound fines to drivers and road users under the Road Traffic Act (Chapter 68) during a nationwide roadblock operation.

Tutong Police Station personnel led by Officer-in-Charge Inspector Alif Nur Khaliq bin Haji Mat Rasli issued 14 compound fines relating to vehicle licences not properly visible and worn out tyres and brake lights.

Meanwhile, at the Belait Police District Headquarters, a roadblock operation involving 11 police personnel along the Lorong 14 Panaga area resulted in no compound fines being issued.

In the Brunei-Muara District, six drivers were slapped with compound fines as part of the roadblock operation by the Bandar Seri Begawan Central Police Station along Jalan Residency, Bandar Seri Begawan where 12 police officers examined over 100 vehicles.

The Muara Police Station conducted a roadblock operation without any incident or compound fine being issued.

The RBPF aims to continue conducting these operations to raise awareness on the importance of adhering to the rules and regulations on the road.

A roadblock in the Tutong District. PHOTO: RBPF