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Police road block start 18:00 - 2:00 [Certified Nuisance]
« on: May 06, 2017, 03:55:52 PM »

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Police road block start 18:00 - 2:00 for a period of 60 days. The action for the national police on investigating drunk driving, once discovered, will be detention for six months. 12:00-14:00 & 19:00 -21:00 from today onwards using HD camera, designed to capture the front occupants without seat belts & driving using mobile phones. Please spread to the relatives and friends in order to avoid penalty.
Here is a full list of the 40 new CCTV cameras which will be switched on this week ( don't stop or park your car in these places)

1 Ang Mo Kio Street 52 (in front of Block 527)
2 Bukit Batok East Avenue 3 (in front of Block 284)
3 Beach Road (from Purvis Street junction to Middle Road)
4 Beach Road (from Seah Street junction to Purvis Street)
5 Buffalo Road (from Serangoon Road junction to lamp-post 5)
6 Cambridge Road (in front of Block 43)
7 Cambridge Road (in front of Blocks 41A and 42)
8 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 1 (in front of Hong Kiat seafood)
9 Cluny Park Road (in front of French Embassy and Cluny Court towards the direction of Bukit Timah Road)
10 Cluny Park Road (taxi stand, opposite unit 89)
11 Collyer Quay (access road next to OUE Bayfront)
12 Dunman Road (from Joo Chiat Road junction to Onan Road junction)
13 Grange Road (between Mandarin Gallery and Cineleisure)
14 Jalan Kembangan (in front of Kembangan MRT)
15 Jalan Pelepah (opposite AVA centre)
16 Joo Chiat Road (in front of I12 Katong Mall)
17 Jurong West Street 91 (in front of Blocks 962 to 959)
18 Marina Coastal Drive (in front of Marina South Pier)
19 Marymount Road (in front of Marymount MRT)
20 New Bridge Road (from Keong Saik Road junction to junction of Kreta Ayer Road)
21 Owen Road (in front of Pek Kio market)
22 Pasir Ris Drive 4 (in front of Pasir Ris polyclinic)
23 Race Course Road (from Little India MRT to taxi stand F27)
24 Rochor Road (in front of Fu Lu Shou complex)
25 Selegie Road (between POMO and Parklane Shopping Mall)
26 Seletar Road (in front of Greenwich Shopping Centre)
27 Sengkang West Avenue (in front of Fernvale Point)
28 Serangoon Road (in front of The Verge Shopping Mall)
29 Tampines Avenue 4 (in front of Tampines Mall)
30 Tiong Bahru Road (Redhill MRT - bus stop)
31 Tiong Bahru Road (Redhill MRT - pick up bay)
32 Toa Payoh Lorong 2 (in front of HDB Hub loading/unloading bay)
33 Toh Tuck Road (in front of SingPost)
34 Upper Paya Lebar Road (in front of Tai Seng MRT - exit B)
35 Upper Paya Lebar Road (in front of Tai Seng MRT - exit A)
36 Upper Serangoon Road (Serangoon MRT - exit B)
37 Upper Serangoon Road (in front of eateries near Sunshine Terrace)
38 Woodlands Street 82 (in front of Woodlands North Plaza)
39 Worcester Road (before right bend into HDB car park, both sides)
40 Yishun Avenue 11 (in front of Block 419)

Pls inform your family and friends.
Please spread to your loves ones who is driving

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Re: Police road block start 18:00 - 2:00 [Certified Nuisance]
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2017, 03:56:57 PM »
Official Response from the Singapore Police Force: "... Police would like to advise members of public to refrain from spreading unsubstantiated information. For information on the penalties for road traffic violations such as drink-driving, you may wish to refer to Road Traffic Act:

Police would also like to advise all road users to adhere to traffic rules and regulations at all times. We would like to take this opportunity to call upon family and friends to play a greater role in helping to eradicate drink driving behaviour from our society. We should constantly remind our family members, loved ones, friends, and colleagues not to drive to drink and stop them from attempting to drive even if they appear sober after consuming alcohol. We should also refuse a lift from them and instead engage valet services or hail taxis for them so as to ensure that they get home safely. Thank you."