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What kind of police reports should I lodge online?
As your report will not be read immediately, you should only lodge online reports for crimes that do not require immediate Police attention. You should not use this service to notify the Police if one or more of the following applies:
The incident is happening now or is still in progress
The suspect(s) is/are still at the scene or around the vicinity
Someone's life or property is in immediate danger
Someone has been injured in the incident
The report pertains to a missing person
Physical evidence such as blood stains, fingerprints have been left at the scene of crime
For these emergencies, please call '999'.
What happens after I submit my report?
An email confirmation will be sent upon the receipt of your report. The email confirmation will indicate your report number, the Police Division and Police Officer in charge of your report. You will be contacted by the Police Officer in charge of your report, regarding the status of your case.
What are the offences that carry demerit points?
There are 8 categories of offences that carry demerit points. They are grouped under 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 18 & 24 demerit points according to the severity of offences.
Can I check the status of my demerit points?
With effect from 7 June 2004 , Singaporeans and Permanent Residents (PRs) can check their demerit points under the Driver Improvement Points System (DIPS) by assessing the Electronic Driver Data and Enquiry System (EDDIES).
EDDIES can be accessed by logging on to the
website. Once you are at the eCitizen website, select Transport -> Driving in Singapore -> E-Transaction -> Electronic Driver Data Information & Enquiry System.
EDDIES can also be accessed through the
Electronic Police Centre
in the Singapore Police Force website.
Alternatively, you may access EDDIES directly at this
Traffic Police will also remind motorists of their current status of demerit points under the following circumstances:
If you have accumulated 12 or more demerit points and your licence has never been suspended before, you will receive a notice listing out all the offences and demerit points you have accumulated from Traffic Police.
If you have previous suspension record, you will be given a notice once you have accumulated 6 demerit points. This notice serves as a warning and also to remind you on your demerit points position.
What is DIPS?
DIPS is a system which allows a motorist to accumulate up to 24 points within 24 months before he becomes liable for suspension. The system is designed to identify high-risk motorists or habitual offenders and to stop them from driving for a specified period of time.
The system also requires recalcitrant offenders suspended for one year or longer to re-sit and pass a driving test before they are allowed to drive again.
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