The Bengkalis Regent Kasmarni, Bengkalis Police Chief AKBP Hendra Gunawan, and a number of regional leaders in Bengkalis attended the launch on the fourth floor of the Bengkalis Regent’s Office.
The Joint Save Riau application, according to the Riau Police Chief, was launched to anticipate the likelihood of a further increase in the spread of the Corona Virus by prioritizing the mobility of tracing officers in the field.
Agung Setya Imam Effendi, the Inspector General of Police, expects that this BSR application would help to stop the proliferation of Covid-19.
According to the 1988 Akabri graduate, the BSR Application work system combined information for people who were confirmed to be Covid by processing data from the center. Officers in their respective regions follow up on the data in order to validate it.
The Tracer officer then submits a detailed report using the BSR program detailing the steps taken. Follow-up measures can be made as a result of this report, ensuring that confirmed persons are handled as efficiently as possible.
“The application is a kind of task collaboration, officers in the field,” added Imam, “so that Bengkalis may be free of Covid 19 and residents who have been exposed to Covid 19 can get speedy treatment.”
Meanwhile, the Regent of Bengkalis, Kasmarni, appreciated the BSR application launched by the Riau Police in the same location. Kasmarni intends to limit the number of spreads by using this program.
“We, the Bengkalis Regency Government, are of course prepared to assist and collaborate with the National Police through the use of the BSR application. Because we noticed that our officers’ physical handling of Covid had not yielded the best results to date, “Kasmarni remarked.
In order to increase performance in controlling COVID-19 in Bengkalis Regency, the Bengkalis Regent requested that this application be fully supported and used in accordance with its designation.