Certis takes disciplinary actions against 'negligent' officer who beat red light in Ang Mo Kio

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Certis has apologised and taken disciplinary actions against an officer who was caught on camera beating a red light in Ang Mo Kio.

Facebook page SG Road Vigilante had posted a video of the incident that occurred at the junction of Ang Mo Kio Avenue 4 and Ang Mo Kio Street 11 on November 10, at around 1.10pm.

In the video, a Certis officer can be seen travelling on the leftmost lane and then beating the red light.


10Nov2022 1311hrs Ang Mo Kio St 11 #FBN1560X yamaha nmax Certis cisco parking Enforcement officer fail to conform to red light signal https://youtu.be/Q6WYPEC3wPc

Posted by SG Road Vigilante - SGRV on Sunday, 13 November 2022


In response to a Stomp query, Certis said: "Our officers are expected to adhere strictly to traffic regulations and to display a high level of professionalism in their course of duty.

"We apologise for the negligence shown by this officer and internal disciplinary actions have been taken against him, in addition to further action from the authorities.

"Certis will not condone any form of misconduct or non-compliant behaviour that compromises our service quality or safety to the public."

A similar incident occurred earlier in February this year when a Certis parking warden was caught on video making an illegal turn and beating a red light in Bedok.

Certis had said it would take "stern disciplinary action" against the officer, adding: "We take such incidents seriously and expect the highest level of discipline and personal conduct from our officers, whether they are on or off duty."