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MR. GRAPHEL MUSAMBA  2023  Zambia Police Service, is charged with the responsibility of maintaining peace, law and order in all our communities      country-wide. In order to effectively and efficiently execute its mandate ....Read More

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Police Traffic Officers manage traffic by ensuring that there is smooth flow of traffic. According to the traffic act, traffic includes vehicles, pedestrians, processions and bodies of troops and all animals being ridden, driven or led. During pick hours, officers position themselves at junctions, cross roads, traffic lights and roundabouts so that they regulate the flow of traffic evenly. They also lead processions and re-direct oncoming traffic. When there is obstruction on the road or highways, officers clear such obstruction.

Police Traffic Officers are mandated to deal with Road Traffic Accidents (RTAs) which are categorized into four:


1. FATAL RTAs-These are Road Traffic Accidents where a life or more are lost.

2. SERIOUS RTAs-These are Road Traffic Accidents where a person or more are injured and admitted to the hospital with severe injuries.

3. SLIGHT RTAs-These are Road Traffic Accidents involving a person or more who sustain minor injuries and are treated and discharged from the hospital.

4. DAMAGE ONLY RTAs-These Road Traffic Accidents involve damage to vehicles and property and does not involve persons.


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