The FRSC Corps Marshal, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, said this at the second quarter meeting of the corps high command on Wednesday.
Oyeyemi also said that the corps would set up a digital situation room for real time monitoring and recording of patrol scene activities.
“Also, we are test running it (cameras) as it was recommended by the National security Adviser (NSA).
The corps marshal noted that with the device, unprovoked assaults on operatives would be downplayed as there would be sufficient evidence to secure conviction against erring motorists.
“We also expect that the tendency toward bribe taking and other forms of corrupt practices by operatives will be eliminated,’’ he said.
Oyeyemi recalled that during #EndSars protest in 2020, hoodlums burnt down 27 patrol vehicles belonging to the FRSC and vandalised eight command offices.
He, however, thanked sister security agencies for supporting the corps even though it was still experiencing pockets of attacks.
“We will continue to partner with the other security agencies to ensure safety of our officers as we are operating in all the local governments with 1,361 formations. (NAN)