Police Inspector General IGP Usman Alkali Baba has successfully completed and commissioned the digitized Central Motor Register (CMR) Command Center at Force Headquarters, Abuja.
The facility, according to a press release signed on Wednesday by the Force’s Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, is domiciled at the Department of Information and Communication Technology, and says the gesture was in line with the IGP’s search to guarantee a digital environment to police the country for solid and more proactive measures in the prevention, investigation and prosecution of crime.
“The newly digitized Central Motor Register Command Center will make it possible for members of the public to report vehicles stolen from January 1, 2018 and not yet recovered to enter vehicle details into the online platform to serve as Reliable data point for possible vehicle recovery. The platform will also process motor vehicle data to support law enforcement operations and efforts to enhance homeland security.
“CMR digitization is complete with 2 Command Centers in Abuja and Lagos, 37 CMR Information Centers across the country and in the Federal Capital Territory, 200 Electronic Application Operational Patrol Vehicles with automatic license plate recognition in each vehicle as part of the first batch.
“Therefore, the Inspector General of Police has advised Nigerians and other residents in the country to take advantage of the platform at https://reportcmr.npf.gov.ng to upload their vehicle information to the website from today December 7th. 2022, as a security measure to prevent it from being stolen and re-registered,” the statement said.