Certis will take stern action against officers breaching protocol.

Certis’s official statement in full:

On 10 December 2019 at 6.40pm, two Certis CISCO Auxiliary Police Officers were carrying out enforcement duties along Bedok Reservoir Road and Bedok Reservoir View.

They encountered a Personal Mobility Device (PMD) user who endangered public safety by riding on the road at high speed.

The rider ignored repeated instructions from the officers to stop as his actions could cause serious injuries to members of the public or himself.

A Certis CISCO officer who was stationed at the next junction resorted to kicking his device when the rider refused to stop.

The rider suffered abrasions on his right elbow and right knee and received medical attention from paramedics at the scene.

The officer was also injured, and was treated at the site before heading to the hospital for further medical assistance.

Established enforcement protocols require officers to note down the appearance of the escaping PMD user as accurately as possible, and lodge a report with LTA.

Certis has a zero-tolerance policy against rash acts and will not hesitate to take stern action against officers who are found to be in breach of protocol.

A disciplinary inquiry will be conducted for this incident, and we are providing full assistance to the Police in their investigation.

The officer has been suspended from active duties. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) is looking into the matter.

The police are investigating the incident.

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