New Delhi: The Delhi traffic police are now focussing on videography of the challans issued to the violators as it will be helpful during any dispute.The city police are using more than 600 body-worn cameras which will capture the process of challaning violators. After the newly amended MV act came to force in the city, as many as 557 court challans were issued on Sunday for dangerous driving. More than 40 challans were issued for drunken driving whereas 207 for challans-red light jumping, 195 challans issued for not wearing seat belts and 336 challans for riding without wearing helmet on the first day. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderAccording to police, they have also told their staffs to make sure that while issuing the challans, they should video graphed the whole process. In case of any dispute between traffic policeman and commuter, the recorded video will clarify things. Joint Commissioner of Police (traffic) Narender Singh Bundela said that they noticed more than 3,000 different traffic violations on Sunday. “After GNCT will issue a notification then traffic officers can compound offence on the spot,” said Joint CP traffic. The senior officer, while talking about the reason behind the drop in challan figures on Sunday, stated that the procedural time increases in the seizure of documents. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsAccording to police, to curb corruption they have given body-worn cameras to traffic staff. “They have been instructed to use the camera while issuing challan,” police said. The Delhi Police had recently launched “Red Light Violation Detection and Speed Violation Detection System”. The new system has sophisticated 3-D radars and over 100 high-resolution cameras to track the presence of vehicles and violation of traffic rules. The cameras capture multiple offences–Red Light Violation Detection (RLVD); Speed Violation Detection (SVD), Stop Line Violation, Wrong-Side Violation along with the registration number of the violating vehicle.