National Security Minister, Dr  Horace Chang has announced plans to provide technological resources for several traffic courts across the country.

The commitment was made during a meeting today with the President of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, PSOJ, Keith Duncan and Police Commissioner, Major General Antony Anderson.

The meeting sought to further discussions around public disorder on the roads.

Minister Chang says technology will be a useful tool in efforts to curb public disorder.

Dr Horace Chang, National Security Minister.

He says the ticket management system has an e-warrant feature.

Dr Chang says timelines for roll-out are being finalized with the court.

The issuance of e-warrants is expected to begin with traffic courts in Kingston, St. James and Westmoreland.

Meanwhile, the PSOJ boss welcomed the move by the National Security Ministry.

Mr Duncan says he’ll also be meeting with Transport Minister, Robert Montague later this month to hold similar discussions.

Keith Duncan, President of the PSOJ.

Major General Anderson says the Constabulary’s technology branch has proven useful in the modernization of the force. 

Major General Antony Anderson, Commissioner of Police.