FAAN acquires Mobile Surveillance System, Drones : Proforce partners with Ogun Govt, Delta State bans tinted vehicles, FRSC releases road crash data Betw. Jan-June 2023, news in the past week.
Insecurity : Commissioner Of Police Delta State Ban Covered Plate Numbers, Tinted Vehicles
The Delta State police commissioner, Wale Abass, has announced a ban on vehicles with tinted glass and covered plate numbers as part of security measures to combat insecurity in the state.
The new development was put in place to reduce the rate of kidnapping and nefarious activities in Delta, according to a statement issued by the state’s Public Relations Officer, Edafe Bright, on Tuesday.
The Commissioner of Police equally appealed to members of the public to bear with the Police as the security measures are for the collective good of the public.
Security : Proforce In Partnership With Ogun Govt Begins UAVs Training Program For Personnel
Proforce Air Systems Limited, a leading manufacturer of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs aka drones), has launched a training program in partnership with the Ogun State government.
This ongoing training program at Proforce’s cutting-edge training academy in Ode Remo, Ogun State, is designed to provide security personnel with the vital skills required to operate UAVs with proficiency.
Equipped with surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities, Proforce Air Systems’ advanced UAVs are effective to revolutionize security operations in Ogun State, contributing to peace and safety in the region.
FRSC Records 14% Decrease In Road Crashes, 15.5% Reduction In Fatalities, Between Jan-June 2023
The FRSC says it recorded recorded a total of 5,700 road traffic crashes during the first six months of the year 2023, a 14% decline when compared with the same period in 2022.
In a statement, the Corps said it recorded a total total of 2,850 fatalities (-15.5%) and rescued a total of 16,716 (-14%) between January and June.
“The Corps Marshal attributed this modest achievement to a number of strategies and innovations in enforcement activities, improved presence and visibility, public enlightenment and partners engagement.”
FAAN Acquires Mobile Surveillance System To Boast Security Operations At Lagos Airport
The Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has acquired a brand new Mobile Surveillance System to boast security operations at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos.
The Agency revealed that the mobile surveillance van is equipped with Multi Laser System, Laser Range Finder and Thermal Cameras.
Other features stated includes Multi Sensor dat-con-tracer, Telescopic Mast, Video Tracking and Object Detection as well as Alarm Management and Target Tracking.