"Services at South Kalimantan Police, including its Traffic Directorate (Ditlantas), have been very good with a variety of innovation and breakthrough, so we present this year's Trust Award," said Executive Director of Lemkapi Dr. Edi Saputra Hasibuan in Banjarmasin, Thursday.
According to Edi, South Kalimantan Police under the leadership of Insp.Gen. Rikwanto has shown high dedication and loyalty in the frame of realizing precise (predictive, responsible, just, and transparent) police.
Various breakthroughs and innovations were made, including Ditlantas Mobile with various features. Among them are SP2HP Lantas, PJR service, Samsat queues, and public complaint service.
For these innovations, the South Kalimantan Police won the 2020 national title for the category of public service from the National Police Traffic Corps (Korlantas). Those services are applications for STNK (vehicle registration certificate) at the Samsat Office and BPKB (vehicle ownership documents) service during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"This is proof that the National Police Headquarters (Mabes Polri) recognizes the good performance of South Kalimantan Police. Hopefully, the spirit of serving and providing the best for the public is maintained and continues to be improved," said Edi.
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The Police Chief Insp.Gen. Rikwanto thanked Lemkapi for the assessment and an award for services at the South Kalimantan Police.
"I advise all services in the South Kalimantan Police and the ranks to continue to innovate. The world is moving on, if there is no breakthrough we will be left behind. The public needs fast, transparent, and surely comfortable services without a twist in and out," said the Police Chief who was accompanied by Director of Traffic Sr Comr Maesa Soegriwo.
Previously in November 2020, the Ditlantas won two trophies at once, namely 1st champion in Prototype Design of BPKB Service Building in Zone B and 1st place in the STNK and TNKB Service Innovation Competition in the era of adaptation to new habits in Zone B at the 2020 Regident Korlantas evaluation of service meeting.
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