Offence computerized traffic system is a web-based program and powerful database that records all traffic offenses committed nationally. The system helps the Federal Road Safety Commission keep adequate records of all traffic offenses has been committed and that will still be committed by users and also maintain databases of the Commission (FRSC).
1.1 STUDY BACKGROUND
Before the creation of the Federal Road Safety Commission in 1988, there was no concrete action and sustained policy to tackle the carnage on Nigerian roads. Previous attempts in this direction have been limited to discrete and isolated attempts by some states of the Federation and unpleasant trend individuals.The roadresulted intrafficupsurageinroad accidents in the nation trafficsystem did the federal government launch a search for a credible and effective response to the challenge. In February 1988, the federal government created the Federal Road Safety Commission by the Decree of .45 1988 amended by Decree 35 of 1992 refer in the books of the statue that the FRSC Act cap 141 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria (LFN). Adopted by the National Assembly of the Federal Road Safety Commission (creation) of the Act 200. Around the world road traffic accidents are a major public health challenge that requires concerted efforts for effective and sustainable prevention.An estimated 1.2 million people are killed in the cause of accidents each year and as much as 50 million suffer injuries. The World Health Organization estimates that these figures could increase by more than half over the next 20 years unless there is a firm commitment to road safety and accident prevention, particularly in Nigeria, most adults know someone who was killed or injured in a traffic accident Street. It is a fact that many of these deaths accidents and their consequences have been avoided. Therefore the computerized traffic penalty system will keep records of all traffic offenses committed by road users and also maintain databases of the Commission (FRSC).
1.3 STATEMENT OF PROBLEM.