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Old March 3rd, 2011, 08:59 PM   #161
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Yea.....that is because more than half of our residential areas are now guarded and gated. Truly a unique Malaysian 'culture'.

My friend even joked that we are the safest country in the world with guard posts at every corner of residential estates.
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Old March 4th, 2011, 04:02 AM   #162
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Police to increase presence at hot spots
Friday March 4, 2011
http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.as...47&sec=central

police have reduced the crime rate significantly in Kuala Lumpur last year and will follow this up with a strategic plan that includes increasing their presence at “hot spots.”

Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Zulkifli Abdullah said overall crime was reduced by 19.3% and street crime by 38%.

He gave no further details, but said police had come up with a Strategic Plan 2011 expanding on efforts that had proved successful last year.

“We will increase our presence in crime-prone areas with more car, foot and horse patrols,” he said.

Zulkifli said the auxiliary police, now about 1,000-strong, would be increased to back the regular force of 3,500.

Zulkifli said police were also trying to increase the membership of Rakan Cop which had been helpful in the fight against crime.

Rakan Cop members, now numbering about 90,000, had given information quickly on various cases, he added.

Zulkifli also spoke of the challenge that police face daily in keeping the city safe that is home to nearly two million people and which welcomes over nine million visitors a year.

He said police were constantly alert against international criminals trying to make Kuala Lumpur a transit for drugs.

Zulkifli said police bust 10 international drug syndicates last year and crippled four more in the last two months. — Bernama
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Old March 7th, 2011, 07:43 PM   #163
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Crime prevention needs close cooperation — PM
Posted on March 7, 2011, Monday
http://www.theborneopost.com/?p=99366



LAUNCHED: Najib launching the Community Policing programme watched by
Rosmah, organising chairman Kuan Chee Heng (third right) and Hishammuddin
(second right). — Bernama photo

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said crime prevention efforts need the close cooperation of everyone especially the local community.

“In line with the 1Malaysia spirit, anything that needs to be carried out, whether to develop the country or efforts to check crime would be more successful if there is cooperation from all the ethnic groups,” he said at the launch of the Community Policing for the Selangor state level in Puchong, near here Saturday night.

He said that in crime-prevention efforts, the people could play a role as the ‘eyes and ears’ of the police and take proactive measures in resolving social problems before they deteriorated into crime.

“If we just depend on the government, we will not achieve the level of success that we hope for. We must give our cooperation to the police.

“We must make our contribution in fighting crime, because it is our common responsibility,” he said.

Najib said if the community was conscious about their own safety, they could work to take extra precautions to prevent crime from happening, such as by installing anti-theft devices in their vehicles and alarm system at home, while the local governments could make efforts to implement the safe city concept.

“I am confident that if we work together, we can create a safer and more conducive environment to live in, and we will be able to see a sharp reduction in the crime rate,” he said.

The Prime Minister said the implementation of the National Key Result Areas (NKRA) in curbing crime also showed the government’s commitment in reducing the crime rate whereby last year, the crime rate was reduced by 15 per cent, exceeding the target of five per cent set while street crime was reduced by 35 per cent.

Meanwhile in Selangor, the crime rate had reduced by 10 per cent last year, he said.

The function was attended by almost 10,400 people including the prime minister’s wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein Onn, Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Datuk Seri Noh Omar, Deputy Finance Minister 1 Datuk Donald Lim and Selangor Chief Police Officer Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah.

Najib also said he was impressed by the large attendance of the various races at the function, adding that this showed the 1Malaysia spirit was still alive in the hearts of Malaysians.

This showed that the people were prepared to put aside politics to achieve a common goal which, in this context, was crime prevention, in line with the 1Malaysia concept.

He said although the use of the 1Malaysia symbol and logo was prohibited in public places by the Selangor state government, this did not prevent the people in the state from supporting and upholding 1Malaysia.

“What is important is not the symbol or logo. What is important is the 1Malaysia spirit that is alive in the hearts of Malaysians.” — Bernama
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Old March 11th, 2011, 12:56 PM   #164
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Perak police deploy FRU to help combat crime
Posted on March 11, 2011, Friday
http://www.theborneopost.com/?p=101508

IPOH: The Perak police have deployed Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) personnel to several police stations to help combat crime in their areas.

Perak police chief Datuk Shukri Dahalan said they had identified five areas where crime cases were a bit high, namely Ipoh, Bercham, Sungai Senam, Sungai Rapat and Pekan Baru.

Ten FRU personnel would be stationed to the police stations in these areas to help tackle crimes, he told reporters after attending the state police contingent’s monthly gathering here yesterday.

Shukri said the deployment of FRU personnel proved to be effective, with the five areas showing reduction in the number of crime cases. — Bernama

He said the FRU deployment was only temporary and that they would return to their stations of origin once the crime rate in these areas was brought under control. — Bernama
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Johor Baharu To Have 25 More Police Beat Bases
March 07, 2011 18:09 PM
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JOHOR BAHARU, March 7 (Bernama) -- Johor police will build an additional of 25 police beat bases in Johor Baharu in a bid to reduce the crime rate and increase the secure feeling among the city dwellers and tourists.

Johor police chief Datuk Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Shariff said the move was also in line with the Johor police's aspiration to have at least 50 police beat bases in the city.

"Prior to this, we have already built police beat bases at Jalan Meldrum, Jalan Segget and Jalan Wong Ah Fook. So, within this week, we will build 25 more bases at selected locations in the city with the cooperation of the Johor Baharu City Council," he told reporters here Monday.

Mohd Mokhtar said the police beat bases would be built at public places and commercial areas and that the public could also lodge a complaint or police report there without having to go to the nearest police stations.

Meanwhile, he also said that the Johor police would send a reminder to all Rakan Cop members in the state to keep on channeling information to the police.

"There are 38,000 registered members of Rakan Cop in the state. We don't know who are active and who are not. So, we'll send them the reminder," he added.

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Old March 18th, 2011, 09:41 AM   #166
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Police Proposal For More Street Lighting To Tackle Crime In Kuching City
March 17, 2011 21:28 PM
http://www.bernama.com/bernama/state...571739&cat=sre

KUCHING, March 17 (Bernama) -- The police have proposed beefing up security aspects at popular tourism spots and crime-prone areas in Kuching City this year.

Kuching police chief Assistant Commissioner Mun Kok Keong said one of the strategies agreed upon was the erection of metal rails at public places which were haunts of local and foreign tourists, to minimise the risk of snatch thieves.

"We identified several hotspots such as the Kuching Waterfront, and with the help of three local councils, we hope to lower the crime rate," he said at a news conference here Thursday.

"A meeting was held with the Kuching City North Commission, Kuching City South Council and Padawan Municipal Council last month and if all goes well, the implementation would begin by July," he said.

Mun said the funds would come from the federal housing and local government ministry and channelled to the three local councils.

"We also want certain roads in Kuching City that are frequently used by motorists and pedestrians to be lit via more street lighting," he said.

On another development, he warned the public not to participate in an illegal assembly scheduled to be held this weekend.

-- BERNAMA
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Joint patrols to ensure safety of LRT passengers
Updated: Friday March 18, 2011 MYT 6:21:15 PM
http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...036&sec=nation

KUALA LUMPUR: Joint patrols by members of the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) and auxiliary police at the light rail transit (LRT) stations in Selangor will be conducted to ensure the safety of passengers.

Selangor police chief Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah said about 300,000 people used the LRT service in the Ampang area in a month, for instance, and the police wanted them to feel safe.

"Hence, we will undertake a joint-patrol system with the auxiliary police at the LRT stations," he said after visiting the crime hot spots by taking the LRT ride from the Cahaya station in Ampang.

Tun Hisan said when the police wanted to do community policing, they would not only focus on residents in housing areas including condominiums but also on people using public transport like the LRT trains.

He said the effort was also part of the police's National Key Result Area of reducing crime rates.

"We want to make sure the public really feel safe. That was why the first question that I asked two women who were on the LRT train today was whether they felt safe, and I was happy they said yes," he added. - Bernama
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Old March 23rd, 2011, 01:20 PM   #168
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M’sian police to study airport policing in Australia
Posted on March 22, 2011, Tuesday
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MELBOURNE: The Australian Federal Police (AFP) will host a delegation from the Royal Malaysian Police to share knowledge about international airport policing.The AFP will host and fund the aviation policing study tour for a delegation from the Malaysian Special Branch to Australia in the middle of this year.

“This visit will enable the Malaysian police to observe policing and security arrangements at the Sydney and Perth international airports,” Australia’s Minister for Home Affairs Brendan O’Connor said in a statement.

He said the Malaysian police would then make recommendations to strengthen the security of the busy KL International Airport.

O’Connor said the tour could be the prelude to closer engagement with the Malaysian police on airport security.

“The importance of airport security can’t be undervalued and the Australian Government is pleased that the AFP is working with the Royal Malaysian Police in this coordinated approach,” he said.

“There has been a focus on airport security in recent years and I look forward to seeing the results of closer collaboration between Australian and Malaysian police,” he said.

“Through working together, we can create safer airports and safer skies for both our countries and our region more broadly,” O’Connor said.

This announcement comes as Australia also moves to boost security at its airports with a US$200 million (about RM608 million) suite of aviation security initiatives over four years.

Last month, the Aviation Crimes and Policing Legislation Bill 2010 passed through Parliament introducing three new aviation crimes and boosting jail sentences for existing offences such as hoaxes and endangering an aircraft. — Bernama
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Police to beef up strength
Updated: Thursday March 24, 2011 MYT 3:40:18 PM

KUALA LUMPUR: The police force plans to increase its personnel strength from 122,000 to 150,000 by 2015 to meet the growing needs of the community and rapid development of the country.

Bukit Aman Director of Management Datuk Robiah Abdul Ghani said the need to beef up strength was prompted by the changing landscape of the country, which demanded an effective and efficient police force.

“More police personnel are needed due to the increase in population and to cater for the development process,” she told reporters in conjunction with the 204th Police Day to be celebrated Friday.

She said that as such the police had opened its doors to ex-servicemen who were keen to join the force, and had recruited 100 ex-servicemen since January.

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http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...822&sec=nation
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PDRM azam tingkatkan integriti
26 Mac 2011
http://www.kosmo.com.my/kosmo/conten...a&pg=ne_04.htm

KUALA LUMPUR - Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) berazam meningkatkan imej ke suatu tahap lebih tinggi menerusi transformasi yang dilakukan termasuk menambah pegawai dan anggotanya, kata Menteri Dalam Negeri, Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein.

"Integriti adalah kunci utama kepada perubahan ini kerana dengan kepercayaan dan keyakinan daripada rakyat sahajalah PDRM dapat meneruskan usaha untuk membuat perubahan," katanya ketika berucap sempena Hari Polis ke-204 di Pusat Latihan Polis (Pulapol) di sini semalam.

Turut hadir pada majlis itu Ketua Polis Negara, Tan Sri Ismail Omar; Timbalan Menteri Dalam Negeri, Datuk Wira Abu Seman Yusop dan Panglima Tentera Darat, Datuk Seri Zulkifeli Mohd. Zin.

Hishammuddin menegaskan bahawa PDRM amat positif dan komited dalam menjayakan agenda transformasi khususnya melalui Bidang Keberhasilan Utama Negara (NKRA) dengan mengurangkan kadar jenayah indeks sebanyak lima peratus dan menurunkan kadar jenayah jalanan 20 peratus sehingga penghujung tahun lalu.

Dalam perkembangan lain, Hishammuddin berkata, KDN sedang berusaha memperkukuhkan skim perkhidmatan PDRM melibatkan pegawai kanan PDRM, perubahan gaji matriks dan elaun di kalangan pegawai rendah polis dan konstabel.
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Johor: Indeks jenayah jalanan turun
Oleh Mohd Iskandar Ibrahim 2011/04/04

JOHOR BAHRU: Perangkaan jenayah jalanan di seluruh Johor bagi tempoh tiga bulan pertama tahun ini, berkurangan 22.08 peratus atau 221 kes berbanding tempoh sama tahun lalu.

Penurunan yang membabitkan pelbagai jenayah jalanan dan kekerasan seperti ragut, samun tanpa senjata api dan samun berkawan tanpa senjata api, itu antara lain hasil kerjasama orang ramai dalam membantu polis membanteras jenayah.

Ketua Polis Johor, Datuk Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Shariff, berkata kejayaan itu berikutan kesediaan masyarakat menjadi ‘mata dan telinga’ polis dengan menyalurkan maklumat penting bagi membongkar kegiatan jenayah.

Katanya, sebanyak 780 kes jenayah jalanan direkodkan sejak Januari hingga Mac tahun ini berbanding 1,001 kes bagi tempoh sama tahun lalu. Dalam tempoh sama tahun ini, seramai 108 suspek sudah ditahan.

http://www.bharian.com.my/bharian/ar...nturun/Article
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Police nab 13 suspects
2011/04/04
http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/05str02b/Article/

JOHOR police scored a major success when they arrested 13 suspects who are believed to be involved in 57 cases of robbery reported over 10 days last month.

Johor police chief Datuk Mokhtar Shariff said in one of the cases, police arrested two men aged 22 and 24 after they had robbed a computer centre in Tampoi, Johor Baru.

Mokhtar said police seized RM1,200, two handphones and two identity cards belonging to the suspects' victims.

The case is being investigated under Section 395/397 of the Penal Code for armed robbery and the duo face a maximum of 20 years jail and whipping, if convicted.

In another case, police arrested five men aged between 17 and 53 for stealing stainless steel gates from houses in prime areas in several districts.

Police seized a lorry, a cutter and steel rod from them. Mokhtar said one of the suspects has two previous convictions for theft.

The gang was believed to have been involved in 29 cases of stealing stainless steel gates in Kulaijaya, Bandar Seri Alam, Kota Tinggi and Johor Baru. The suspects are being investigated under Section 379 of the Penal Code for theft.

In yet another case, Mokhtar said two men aged 21 and 25 were arrested after they had robbed a sundry shop in Tampoi.

Police seized a Samurai sword, five parangs, four handphones, RM758 cash and a Perodua Myvi. The duo, who have no previous convictions, are believed to be involved in seven cases in Johor Baru.

In another case, police arrested three men aged 21, 24 and 29 at Bukit Siput, Segamat. They are believed to have been involved in robbing cargo lorries.

The two locals and a 29-year-old foreigner were arrested within 48 hours after they had robbed a palm oil tanker on March 28 at 5.30am at Tenang, Segamat.

Following the arrest, police seized the tanker, a lorry, air compressor, water pump, air compressor receiver, a car and two motorcycles.

The case has been classified under Section 395 of the Penal Code for armed robbery.

One of the suspects has a previous conviction.

In yet another case, a 21-year-old robbery suspect was arrested while his accomplice was shot dead when the duo, together with eight others, attacked two policemen outside a video gaming centre in Permas Jaya on March 31.

The 10-men gang, who were wearing masks and armed with parang, had slashed three victims while robbing the outlet in the 5am incident.
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Cops working with armed forces to fight crime
2011/04/05
http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/4aazi/Article/



(From right) Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein, Housing and
Local Government Minister Datuk Wira Chee Heung and Inspector-General of
Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar looking at a chart during the launch of the Safe
City Monitoring System in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. — NST picture by
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KUALA LUMPUR: The police were working with the armed forces to fight crime in cities, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein.

"We use army camps for training and police recruitment, conduct joint patrols and absorb former armed forces personnel into the police force," he said at the launch of the Safe City Monitoring System (SCMS) in a hotel here yesterday.

Present were Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Chor Chee Heung and Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar.

Hishammuddin said the heartbeat of the nation's crime prevention plan was SCMS.

It integrates crime data from the police reporting system with SCP and also uses information from the Federal Department of Town and Country Planning and the Housing and Local Government Ministry.

SCMS, which is operational in 42 crime hotspots since Jan 1, allows the authorities to plan safety and security measures in urban areas.

SCMS is also linked to the Internet, which allows local authorities and crime-prevention agencies access to information about high-crime areas.

The police and 12 local councils -- including Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya and Shah Alam City Halls -- received their SCMS user's manual yesterday.

Hishammuddin said the involvement of the armed forces had contributed to the 35 and 15 per cent drops in street crimes and the crime index last year.

"We deployed an average of 2,090 people to crime hotspots with an average of 8,000 to 9,000 visits per week.

"We also deployed 90 mobile police beats nationwide and added 812 motorcycles to police patrols."

Chor, who launched SCMS, said Malaysia wanted to make at least 90 per cent of its main cities safer places to live in by the end of 2013.

Last year, Malaysia was ranked 22nd on the Global Peace Index, overtaking Singapore as the safest country in Southeast Asia and coming in second behind Japan in Asia.

"The local authorities carried out measures to deter street crimes, including putting up more street lights, guard rails to separate pedestrians from car lanes, closed-circuit televisions, security alarms and security mirrors."

Chor said the ministry was considering amending building by-laws to get developers to install security and safety features in their projects.
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Police seek duo over armed robbery
By Chua Bee Kim
http://www.nst.com.my/articles/3pal/Article/art_print
2011/04/15

POLICE are looking for two men to facilitate investigations into the case of a robbery in Taman Pelangi here last Friday where a bodyguard of a moneychanger was shot dead.
The two men are Mohd Fadilah Yoosuff @ Telinga (IC No 790212-10-5051) and Azmi Abdullah @ Mie (IC No. 711019-08-5245).

Johor police chief Datuk Mokhtar Shariff told a Press conference that a special task force has been formed with reinforcement from Bukit Aman Federal police to assist in the investigations.

Mokhtar said the three cars used by the robbers in the incident had been recovered and the Forensics Department is carrying out checks on them. All of them were reportedly stolen.

Mokhtar declined to disclose the amount of money that was in the bag, which the robbers had grabbed after they had shot dead the 63-year-old bodyguard, identified as Isa Jamaluddin.

The deceased had been working for the moneychanger's family for over 10 years. Mokhtar said he had visited the widow and family of Isa to convey his condolence.

"As for the amount of money stolen, it will be revealed in court once we catch the robbers," said Mokhtar when pressed on the matter.

"I cannot reveal too much details now. One life was lost and the most important thing is for the police to apprehend the criminals," he said.

It was reported that the robbers in two cars had blocked the Hyundai Sonata driven by the moneychanger just after he, Isa and a woman believed to be his sister left the premises with the day's collection at Jalan Kuning 2.

The robbers had jumped out of their cars before one of them without any provocation opened fire with a pistol at the bodyguard who was sitting in the front passenger seat and armed with a pump gun.

The moneychanger and the woman were not harmed.

The robbers had forced the moneychanger to open the trunk of the car before grabbing the bag containing the money.

The robbers left their two cars, a Proton Waja and a Proton Wira, behind and made their escape in another car driven by another gang member.

The getaway car, a Proton Inspira, was found abandoned in another part of the city the same day.

The robbery lasted less than five minutes.
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The case above happened to a family I know but not so close…

According to the lady driver she had a trauma when the Malay guard were shot died and as a result she became too stiffed to open the car boot when was ordered to. Given her state of hearing 6 gunshots fired at almost point-blank range at the guard while trapped inside the car, according to her, one of the assailant had actually shouted repeatedly to the gunman that she be killed too… probably b.cos she saw them but fortunately she escaped death. Btw, 6 bullets were extracted from the guard’s body and a total amount close to RM2mil. gone within mins. The lady could see the robbers were of the Malay, Chinese and Indian race makeup. Apparently this group of robbers sure know how to take BN’s 1Malaysia to a whole new level!

Anyway on that dangerous level, our criminals have liken to a more daring, ruthless and violent outcome. But how about our cops? I am not sure how they’ll be prepared. JB or rather M’sia criminals seems to be able to outsmart our cops… no.. no, I should say the way the criminal operate is like the police has close shop long time ago. My assumption is that the criminals presence is thriving and the police only know how to create traffic jams and fines like doing road shows and sales… We don’t need cops on wheels, we need beat cops but their presence is often not there.

Currently, I do hv a small problem with JB… I really can’t stand those “walking beggars” around JB! They are sometime fierce and could potentially be a robber if you offer RM2 or 3 to them. I don’t really know what the police is doing, as this able-bodied beggars are harassing its citizens and tourists! When the police do nothing, all we can do is to be extra cautious even with 3 ppl around us, cos ultimately how safe are you out there???
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Old May 12th, 2011, 03:31 AM   #176
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NEW: Sentul District Police Headquarters, Kuala Lumpur
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Car-theft rings busted; vehicle importers raided over tax
Thursday May 12, 2011
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Multi-million-ringgit success: CID Director Comm Datuk Seri Bakri Zinin (third
from right) and senior police officers showing some of the recovered luxury
vehicles at the Selangor contingent headquarters in Shah Alam .
— K.K. SHAM / The Star


PUTRAJAYA: Stolen vehicles worth RM30mil were seized, three car-theft rings crippled and vehicle importers who under-declared Customs duties and taxes to the tune of hundreds of millions of ringgit have been brought to book with a special task force going on the offensive.

Besides raiding car importing companies, audit firms and homes of company directors, the task force has also frozen about 300 bank accounts in the past one week.

The Attorney-General's Chambers believed that those under investigation had committed offences related to tax evasion, misuse of Approved Permits, falsifying documents, money-laundering and corruption.

In other developments:

> A total of 23 suspects believed to be involved in three car-theft syndicates have been picked up, along with many luxury vehicles.

> The vehicles are normally obtained from mediators and stored in containers before being exported via Port Klang.
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Nice, looks like condominium.
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Cops and various bodies to fight crime together
by Conny Banji. Posted on May 13, 2011, Friday
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SIBU: The police will collaborate with other enforcement agencies, private sector, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and community members to fight crimes.

Bukit Aman Human Resource and Corporate chief SAC Datuk Zainal Abidin Kassim said this was one of the strategies under the police’s Five-Year Strategic Plan (PS5T) 2011-2015 for crime prevention.

“The PS5T is an effort for the development of police team towards becoming the main enforcement authority that emphasises performance evaluation of all departments under the agency,” he said.

In fact, Zainal disclosed that there are six strategies for the implementation of PS5T 2011-2015.

Other five strategies are: zero crime index per day per district; collateralisation of 4Ps concept; active creative and innovative thinking; improvement of spiritual programme for police personnel; and continuous and scheduled monitoring.

The collaboration and integration effort with other enforcement agencies, private sector, non-governmental organisations and community members is strategy number three.

“We will collaborate with Rela, Civil Defence Department, Customs Department, army, Village Security and Development Committee (JKKK) of villages and residential areas and others,” Zainal said.

He was speaking to reporters here yesterday after having officiated at the PS5T 2011-2015 briefing by Bukit Aman officers held at a hotel here.

For the purpose, he said they could conduct volunteer patrol scheme (Skim Rondaan Sukarela) with JKKK as well as joint operation with other enforcement agencies.

With private sector and NGOs, he said their cooperation would be a win-win situation.

He cited Sunway City in Selangor where the developer Sime Darby provided the police with a van for patrolling.

“Police on the other hand provide the manpower whereby we conduct patrol together with Sunway City in-house security,” he said.

On a similar strategy under the ‘Safe City Programme’, he said the police also hoped to extend the ‘Ops Payung’ nationwide.

“We have been receiving very good responses from the public in residential areas where this programme is implemented like in Petaling Jaya, Selangor,” he said.

He said the programme was not only for crime prevention but also to make the public feel safe with the presence of police in their residential areas, particularly the hotspots.

‘Ops Payung’ was first launched in Selangor in February this year.

Also present at the briefing was Sibu police chief ACP Shafie Ismail.
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Sandakan crime rate down
Posted on May 14, 2011, Saturday
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SANDAKAN: District police chief ACP Rowell Marong said the reduced crime rate here was due to the close working relations of the police and the public.

He said this relationship must be maintained with the police continuing to perform their work professionally.

“Everyone in the police force here must also maintain close rapport and work as a team in order to keep Sandakan a safe place,” said Marong at the monthly assembly at the police headquarters here yesterday. Forty-three police personnel received certificates of appreciation.
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