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JOHANNESBURG METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT (JMPD) FINESONLINE.CO.ZA TRAFFIC FINE SYSTEM

Mokone, Seipei Kgothatso (2007) JOHANNESBURG METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT (JMPD) FINESONLINE.CO.ZA TRAFFIC FINE SYSTEM. Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS. (Unpublished)

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The Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) Finesonline.co.za system aims to serve as part of a company called 2Big Mobile's Integrated Information System (I2MS), a five-part project, of which three phases have now been implemented by the Johannesburg Metro Police Department. The system seeks to offer Johannesburg motorists the chance to search for and view details of their fines, thus allowing motorists to verify their fines by viewing online pictures from speed and red light cameras as well as give them the opportunity to query and or contest the summons or warrant(s). There are far too many people issued with traffic fines daily on South African roads throughout the country. There are also equally as many if not more motorists who are arrested on a daily basis because of unpaid fines; but are reluctant to pay because they do not have the time to stand in winding queues at traffic departments or local municipalities to do it. At the moment, if a motorist wants to check traffic camera photos they have to visit the traffic department in person, sometimes more than once. That is very inconvenient and usually impossible for people who were a long way from home when they incurred the fine. There is only one main municipal court in the Johannesburg CBD that handles traffic fines as well as all the other by-laws contraventions, and hears many cases daily. This leads to reluctance of offenders to contest/query their fine which ultimately leads to more offenders neglecting their sununonses/warrants; which in turn leads to more motorists being arrested at roadblocks. Many researchers have found that E-commerce and usability issues are inextricably linked, since unusable E-commerce sites are often also unsuccessful. It has been discovered that usability plus security issues are the major setbacks to a lot of E-Commerce website in South Africa. Through this project, the author aspires to discover ways to achieve this fourth phase of the JMPD project by developing a website that will facilitate a good and up to date database system which allows for good capturing of data, including images, a sound search capability; being able to retrieve the correct fine/warrant with its relevant and corresponding information for that specific user together with the images of the offense. Lastly, the system should, provide a means to or act as an intermediary between the Johannesburg traffic department and the mnnicipal court to facilitate simpler and specialized querying of fines and or warrants. While striving to achieve, this, the system should also be usable and secure meeting nniversal E-Commerce standards. The system was developed in accordance with System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) ; comprising Analysis phase, Requirements Specification phase, Designing phase, Implementation and Testing, all following Royce's Final Model of the Waterfall Model with the output of each phase serving as the input in the subsequent phase, allowing jumping back and forth between phases to accommodate changing requirements. The selection of tool for this system was done without compromise to ensure that all the objectives of the system would be met and the successful development of the JMPD Finesonline.co.za realised. In conclusion, the JMPD Finesonline.co.za System will be a solution for the problems faced with the current manual system. It will therefore enhance service delivery on the part of the JMPD as well as the mnnicipal courts by better serving South African citizens efficiently and conveniently.

Item Type: Final Year Project
Academic Subject : Academic Department - Information Communication Technology
Subject: T Technology > T Technology (General)
Divisions: Sciences and Information Technology
Depositing User: Users 2053 not found.
Date Deposited: 25 Oct 2013 08:18
Last Modified: 25 Jan 2017 09:45
URI: http://utpedia.utp.edu.my/id/eprint/9814

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