Several ways to report non-urgent traffic accidents

Several ways to report non-urgent traffic accidents
Published on Apr 18, 2015 12:57 AM

THE phone number “999” is for members of the public to call when they need urgent police assistance, including traffic emergencies that involve fatalities, serious injuries or imminent danger to lives or properties (“Why no Traffic Police hotline?” by Mr Luo Siao Ping; April 4).

The Traffic Police Information Hotline (6547-0000) is meant for non-urgent matters, such as for members of the public to provide information on traffic accidents that they have witnessed, or to answer the public’s queries on traffic offences, driving tests or the Driver Improvement Points System.

This hotline is manned from 8.30am to 5.30pm from Mondays to Fridays, and from 8.30am to 1pm on Saturdays.

Non-urgent traffic reports can also be submitted online via the E-Feedback on Road Users portal found on our Electronic Police Centre or at any neighbourhood police centre or neighbourhood police post.

Ho Yenn Dar (Superintendent)
Assistant Director
(Public Communications)
Public Affairs Department
Singapore Police Force

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