Will the Police come knocking at your door to arrest you?





THIS WORKS. I HAVE SENT OVER MY I.C. NUMBER AND GOT “Tiada Saman dikeluarkan sehingga 23/11/13. Terima kasih.”

Checking Summons through SMS

In cooperation with the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) DAPAT has introduced a faster way to check your traffic summons issued by the traffic police. Here is what you do; type an SMS:
IC no: POLIS SAMAN [identification card no] or
Vehicle: POLIS SAMAN [car registration no.]
IC no: POLIS SAMAN 710503005100 or
Vehicle: POLIS SAMAN HW1234
Then send the SMS to DAPAT or to 32728

The reply is in Bahasa, but look out for the key word TIADA which means you do not have any summons. If you do, it will display WHERE, WHEN and AMOUNT. If you think your vehicle may have more than a couple of traffic summons, or you want details sent to your email, then do the following SMS:

1. POLIS SAMAN [identification card no] SEMUA
The number of replies that you receive is based on how many outstanding traffic summons you have incurred.
2. POLIS SAMAN [car registration no.] [your email]
You will get an SMS reply stating the email address given and you will receive an email giving the detailed summary of the outstanding traffic summons.
To subscribe to summons alert by sms type POLIS SAMAN ON.
To unsubscribe summons alert type POLIS SAMAN OFF.
Then send the SMS to DAPAT or to 32728. Source: Azman Armat and www.DAPAT.com




Every year, it’s the same old story.


With 1,566,509 summons outstanding, which adds up to a lot of money, the Police will come to your door.

Multiply 1,566,509 by RM200 and the figure is RM313,301,800.
Multiply 1,566,509 by RM300? That is RM469,952,700.


Thursday April 23, 2015 MYT 9:03:55 AM

Hardcore traffic offenders face arrest

Nailed: Two police officers leaving a warrant of arrest at the house of a traffic offender in Malacca during Ops Warta last year. They will be launching the operation again next month.

KUALA LUMPUR: Police will be going after hundreds of thousands of hardcore traffic offenders when they kick off Ops Warta next month.

Bukit Aman traffic chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Mohd Fuad Abdul Latiff said they had not forgotten about those traffic offenders who had outstanding warrants of arrest.

“To date, 2.49 million of the 4.09 million warrants of arrests have already been settled.

“Now we are looking at the remaining 39% (1.59 million),” he said at Bukit Aman yesterday.

Bukit Aman had also worked together with the EPF (Employees Provident Fund) and National Registration Department to track down the addresses of these traffic offenders.


Mohd Fuad said of 4,092,706 arrest warrants issued to traffic summons defaulters, 2,496,197, or 61%, have been served to motorists.


Operation to nab traffic summons defaulters soon

KUALA LUMPUR: Ops Warta, the traffic police operation to trace and detain traffic summons defaulters, is just days away from a fresh launch to serve close to 1.6 million arrest warrants on defiant motorists.

Federal traffic police chief SAC Datuk Mohd Fuad Abdul Latiff said today that Ops Warta or Operasi Waran Tangkap will be launched soon to compel those who have chosen to ignore their traffic summonses to pay up outstanding fines.

He did not reveal the launch date but said it would be before the middle of next month.

– See more at: http://www.thesundaily.my/news/1392777?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed#sthash.G8UCL2xy.dpuf




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8 November 2013| last updated at 04:33PM

IGP: 143 traffic offenders detained under ‘Ops Cantas Khas Trafik’

“They are habitual traffic offenders, most of them have at least 15 unsettled summonses and more than two warrants of arrest.
“The police are going after all of them in a nationwide crackdown, so those with unpaid summonses are advised to settle them before getting nabbed in roadblocks, ” Khalid said.


Saturday November 23, 2013 MYT 11:45:15 AM

Seven habitual offenders picked up in ops

IPOH: Traffic police in Ipoh picked up seven habitual offenders during door-to-door visits conducted as part of Ops Cantas Khas Trafik.

Perak traffic chief Deputy Supt Mohamad Roy Suhaimi Sarif said the seven were among 20 habitual offenders identified in the state.

Those deemed as habitual offenders were the ones with more than 15 unpaid summonses and more than two warrants of arrest.

DSP Mohamad Roy also said yesterday that the police managed to track down an offender with 28 outstanding summonses and four warrants of arrests in Taman Kledang Jaya. However the man, in his 50s, had passed away due to kidney failur­e three months ago.

Seven habitual offenders picked up in ops

The Ops Cantas Khas Trafik crackdown started in Ipoh.


Saturday November 23, 2013 MYT 11:38:28 AM

Police mount first operation to round up traffic offenders

Knock knock: Ipoh traffic policemen going ‘door to door’ to round up habitual traffic offenders.

Knock knock: Ipoh traffic policemen going ‘door to door’ to round up habitual traffic offenders.

PETALING JAYA: The Ops Cantas Khas Trafik crackdown has already begun with the police rounding up habitual traffic offenders first.

The operation commenced in Ipoh and saw traffic policemen going “door to door” to bring in motorists with more than two warrants of arrests and more than 15 unsettled summonses.

The first operation was conducted between 3pm and 6pm on Thurs­day.

“We are targeting the habitual offenders first,” Acting Federal Traffic chief Senior Asst Comm Mohd Fuad Abd Latiff told The Star yesterday.

SAC Mohd Fuad said the police had prepared the warrants of arrest for 251,000 traffic offenders.

“We are going ahead with roadblocks mounted nationwide to arrest errant vehicle users from next week.

“After being arrested at a roadblock, the motorist will be brought to the police station and if he or she refuses to pay the summons, the person will be released on police bail with one surety,” he said, adding that the police would then apply for a new court date for the individual to either challenge the case or plead for a lower fine

Police mount first operation to round up traffic offenders


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