The Indonesian National Police (Polri) has issued an innovation to facilitate services to the public in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. In the near future, the Korlantas Polri will immediately implement the digitization of motorized vehicles (ranmor).
The Head of the BPKB Sub-Directorate of the Korlantas Polri, Kombes Pol Indra Darmawan, said the Yogyakarta Special Region Police (DIY) was chosen to be one of the pilot projects for digitizing the military police, in addition to the Cimahi Police and the Solo Police.
“Currently, we are socializing motor vehicle services, which may soon be carried out by the Ditlantas digital archive application system. The purpose of digitizing this vehicle is to speed up services, especially in the field of motor vehicle registration services,” said Kombes Indra accompanied by the Wadirlantas Polda DIY Akbp M Iqbal during the socialization of ranmor digitization at the Ditlantas Polda DIY, Friday (17/9/2021).
Kombes Pol Indra Darmawan said that the digitalization of military weapons was planned to be implemented starting next October and Yogyakarta was chosen as the pilot project because of the very supportive network and infrastructure.
As an initial stage, this innovation focuses on the registration service for the ownership of the ranmor along with the documents. In the future, this service will also be developed, so that it can reach other services such as transfer or transfer of names and blocking of motorized vehicles.
He also hopes that these innovations can continue to be developed so that they can be integrated with other agencies.
This system is already running. Currently, new members are being trained to use tools so that old files can be slowly paid in installments to be digitally documented. In 2021, this will only be applied to the DIY Regional Police, Solo Police, and Cimahi Police. Next year, we will expand it to other areas,” he added.
According to him, the system can also overcome one of the problems that exist in manual archiving.
IT consultant, Daruhito Anggoroyakti said that one of the goals of digitizing the military numbers was to keep archives safe. Whether there is a disaster or human negligence, such as an archive fire accident in a storage warehouse.
“In the future, this system is expected to be able to support the digital services of other Korlantas Polri. With this digitization, the service will also be faster, because for example, if you want to transfer, you only need to have a barcode,” he said.