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Old August 19th, 2016, 10:32 AM   #561
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Government looking into need for robots, drones by police — Ahmad Zahid
August 18, 2016, Thursday
http://www.theborneopost.com/2016/08...e-ahmad-zahid/



Khalid (second left) and Malaysian Armed Forces chief General Tan Sri Zulkifeli
Mohd Zin (left) attending the general meeting of Commonwealth Association
for Public Administration and Management (Capam) at Putrajaya International Convention Centre. — Bernama photo


PUTRAJAYA: The government is looking into the needs of the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) in this modern policing era, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

Ahmad Zahid, who is also Home Minister, said his ministry had received recommendations from Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar on this including the need to buy robots and drones.

“We will evaluate the matter but it is subject approval and budgeting by the Finance Ministry,” he told reporters here yesterday.

Ahmad Zahid had earlier delivered the closing address for the inaugural International Conference on Blue Ocean Strategy (ICBOS) at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC).

On Tuesday, Khalid, speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the conference, said PDRM wished to have sophisticated equipment like robots and drones in this modern policing era. — Bernama
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Kem baharu PGA dijangka dibina di Kunak tahun depan
24th August, 2016


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KOTA KINABALU: Sebuah lagi kem Pasukan Gerakan Am (PGA) merangkumi penambahan satu batalion PGA dijangka dibina di Kunak tahun depan, kata Pengarah Jabatan Keselamatan Dalam Negeri dan Ketenteraman Awam Bukit Aman Datuk Seri Muhammad Sabtu Osman.

Beliau berkata dengan pembinaan kem berkenaan, Sabah akan mempunyai enam batalion, dan batalion baharu yang akan ditempatkan di Kunak itu, akan dikenali sebagai Batalion 21 PGA.

“Dengan penambahan batalion baharu itu, kita cadang menjadikan dua briged PGA di Sabah iaitu Briged PGA Timur dan Utara. Setiap briged mempunyai tiga batalion yang akan memantapkan lagi sistem penugasan PGA di negeri ini.

“Kelulusan membina kem PGA di Kunak telah diluluskan. Tetapi ada sedikit kekangan dari segi kewangan…namun kita jangkakan kem itu akan mula dibina tahun depan,” katanya selepas menyampaikan amanat kepada anggota PGA sempena lawatan kerja beliau di Ibu Pejabat PGA Sabah, Kinarut, dekat sini kelmarin.

Sabah kini mempunyai lima batalion – Batalion 14 PGA di Tawau, Batalion 15 PGA Sandakan, Batalion 16 PGA Kota Kinabalu, Batalion 17 PGA Lahad Datu dan Batalion 20 PGA Beluran.

Mengenai lawatan kerjanya ke Sabah, Muhammad Sabtu berkata ia bertujuan untuk meninjau segala perjalanan penugasan PGA di Sabah.

“Saya diberi taklimat mengenai perjalanan penugasan mereka (PGA Sabah) dan kita berpuas hati dengan kemampuan anggota yang ada. Namun ada beberapa kekangan termasuk masalah aset seperti bot rosak dan tidak boleh digunakan.

“Masalah itu (kerosakan bot), kita akan bawa ke peringkat Bukit Aman dan Kawasan Keselamatan Khas Pantai Timur Sabah (Esscom) untuk tindakan lanjut. Bot sangat penting dan ia nadi untuk kita menjalankan operasi khususnya di perairan Sabah,” katanya.

Selain itu, beliau berkata lawatannya ke Sabah bertujuan untuk memberi taklimat mengenai persediaan bagi menghadapi pilihan raya umum akan datang.

“Kita akan membuat persiapan awal untuk menghadapi pilihan raya umum, terutamanya persediaan dari segi kemudahan logistik,” katanya.

Muhammad Sabtu berkata beliau akan meneruskan lawatan kerja di Sabah, esok, dengan melawat pos kawalan di beberapa pulau di perairan pantai timur Sabah, termasuk di Tawau dan Semporna.
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GOF battalions gear up for special operations
August 24, 2016, Wednesday


Muhammad shaking hands with GOF personnel during his working visit to the Sabah GOF headquarters in Kinarut yesterday.

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KINARUT: The General Operations Forces (GOF) is ready to carry out special operations along the state’s east coast waters to prevent illegal immigrants from entering the state.

Director of Homeland Security and Public Order (Bukit Aman), Datuk Seri Muhammad Sabtu Osman, said he had instructed all GOF battalions to be ready and utilize all appropriate assets for the operations.

“We will carry out the (water) operations and I have instructed all battalion commanders to be ready and to monitor all coastal areas that may be used by illegal immigrants.

“However, GOF is facing some challenges in terms of appropriate assets such as boats for operations.

“That is why we are working together with the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA), the Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) and the Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSCom) to protect our waters from any entry by illegal immigrants,” he said yesterday after he was asked to comment on the statement by Deputy Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Noor Rashid Ibrahim on the implementation of operations involving security agencies to monitor any individual found to be entering the country illegally, especially along the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) on Monday.

“At the moment, we are reinforcing patrols along the waters off Sabah and there is a need for some restructuring.

“At the same time, we are also discussing ways to strengthen the manpower by providing additional assets to GOF such as patrol boats,” he said during his working visit to the GOF headquarters in Kinarut yesterday.

Also present was GOF commander SAC Zainudian Samsul Hadi.
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PDRM turns to technology in combating crime
August 24, 2016, Wednesday
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GEORGE TOWN: The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) have made technology application a priority in order to maximise manpower usage in monitoring and curbing crime.

Federal police director of Management, Datuk Seri Zulkifli Abdullah said the technological systems and equipment such a closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras and drones did not require the services of many police personnel.

“This year, we will be using drones to enable surveillance over larger areas and at the same time, reduce costs…also there’s no necessity for our policemen to do round-the-clock patrols,” he said.

He was speaking at a dinner function and launching of the 2016 Football Championship for the Inspector-General of Police Cup, here, on Monday night.

Zulkifli said according to the statistics, PDRM currently had 130,000 personnel including officers, and the number would be increased over the next few years to 150,000, as agreed by the government.

“Interpol’s ratio standard for the number of police to population is 1:250 and we have not reached that yet,” he said.

On another matter, Zulkifli said PDRM aimed to bring back glory in sports to the law enforcement agency by setting up centres of excellence for sports at selected police training centres nationwide in future.

He said priority would also be given to those individuals who excelled in sports

at the school and university levels for recruitment as police constables and inspectors.

“In fact, he have recently recruited about 100 such individuals into the force,” he said. — Bernama

He added that currently, 33 police personnel were representing the country in sports at the international level while about 1,000 were actively involved in sports. — Bernama
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PDRM launches ‘Nur Alert’ on Facebook to locate missing children
November 5, 2016, Saturday
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Khalid (second left) launching the National Urgent Response (NUR) Alert system at Bukit Aman. Also
seen are (from right) Emily, principal assistant secretary (Women) at the Ministry of Women, Family
and Community Development Farah Kareena Hadenan and Noor Rashid. — Bernama photo


KUALA LUMPUR: With immediate effect, the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) has launched the National Urgent Response (NUR) Alert system to disseminate information on missing children to Facebook users.

Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said the information relayed by PDRM would be sent to social media users via its ‘News Feed’, especially those within the area where the child was last seen, thanks to the police collaboration with Facebook.

He is confident the information could be channelled faster and effectively, via Facebook which was now PDRM’s 36th partner for the NUR Alert system.

“This is a more efficient way and it’s faster to disseminate information on missing children, considering there are 19 million registered Facebook users in the country,” he told a press conference after the system’s launching ceremony here yesterday.

Also present were Deputy Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Noor Rashid Ibrahim and Facebook director (Trust and Safety) Emily Vacher.

Khalid said the NUR Alert on Facebook would cover crucial information on the missing child such as photo, location where he/she was last spotted and other details that could facilitate the search process.

Since PDRM took over the management system for missing children in the country in 2011, the IGP said 21 out of 29 children who were reportedly missing, had been found.

He said the police were still on the lookout for eight others.

“We are still searching for them…there is a possibility that family members have taken them out of the country and this makes the search more difficult,” he said.

The NUR Alert system was launched by the women, family

and community development ministry in 2007, following the abduction of Nurin Jazlin Jazimin.

PDRM is now working closely with 35 other partners under the system which involves various ministries, government agencies and non-governmental organisations to gather information and look for missing children. — Bernama
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Cops say battalion needed to protect Kunak
Published on: Tuesday, August 22, 2017


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Kota Kinabalu: State police want another battalion to be based in Kunak to strengthen security against external threats along the east coast border.

Internal Security and Public Order Department (KDNKA) Director CP Datuk Seri Zulkifli Abdullah appealed to the Government to consider the request to address the current lack of manpower.

"Although the General Operation Force (GOF) has five battalions, we are still lacking in manpower," he told a press conference during his official visit to GOF headquarters in Kinarut on Monday.

He said currently, the State has been getting assistance from GOP teams deployed from Peninsula Malaysia and Sarawak but by having a new battalion this will no longer be necessary.

He also said that it will save cost to deploy personnel from the other two regions.

Other than a new battalion, he also requested for RM12 million allocation for maintenance of boats and land vehicles.

He said the fund is needed especially in the east coast for the forces will not be able to respond as quickly as possible if they are using vehicles that are not well maintained.

"RM10 million is for the boats and RM 2 million is for the vehicles and this is for Sabah alone as we have a lot of boats in the State.

"If we are not able to use some of the vehicles it will affect our ability when we are carrying out an operation," he said.

He added that the current forces will also be undergoing new training tactics to overcome unwanted threats in the future as the police force needs to be versatile and capable to do multitasking and not concentrate into doing a single duty.

The initiative to carry out new training for police like the GOF will not be an easy task but it is an initiative that has to be carried out, he said.

"It is not easy to retrain the force but we must try to ensure that even the GOF will know the basic police work," he said.

On joint military training with other countries, Zulkifli said it is important and would be held from time to time. - Jeremy S. Zabala
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Police confident of 'golden sweep' in bodybuilding in 12th World Police and Fire Games
By Emilia Gazali - August 9, 2017 @ 10:38pm



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KUALA LUMPUR: Police are sending their best 'bodies' to the 12th World Police and Fire Games, set to take place in Los Angeles.

Police's bodybuilding team is the hot prospect for gold medals, having consistently scored clean sweeps in previous editions of the Games.

Police's bodybuilding team manager Deputy Commissioner of Police Datuk Kamarul Zaman Mamat said they are looking for an "all kill", or a clean sweep of events.

"Our bodybuilders have consistently delivered all gold medals in past competitions. We are definitely a force to be reckoned with among all police forces worldwide," he said.

Five bodybuilders form part of the 106-strong contingent this year.

Team coach DSP Gazali Yunos said the athletes underwent seven months intensive training to prepare for the Games and are confident of repeating their previous successes.

"Our biggest rivals would be the United States, Iran and India."

Apart from bodybuilding, police will be competing in events such as badminton, karate, cycling, bowling and golf.

Reigning Games bodybuilding champions Ismadi Riji and Mohd Aliff Fidaus said it was a great honour to represent the force on the world stage.

"Given our intensive training, diet and efforts, we are confident of our chances.

"We won't settle for anything less than gold," they said.

The Games, famously dubbed the 'Police and Fire Olympics' boasts the second highest numbers of participants next to the Olypmics.

Malaysia's police force have been sending their athletes to the biennial games since 1995, in the spirit of togetherness, unity and sportsmanship with other police forces worldwide.

"At the Games, we are given the opportunity to foster friendships with other police forces," said Assistant Commissioner of Police Shamsul Amar Ramli, the team manager.

About 8,000 active and retired police officers and firefighters from more than 70 nations will compete in 65 events in the competition, which will continue untill Aug. 16.

The Olympics-style games have been held every two years since 1985.
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ASEAN & G7
UPDATE: Organized crime


5. Singapore
18. Brunei
28. UK
35. Japan
45. Canada
48. France
57. USA

58. Malaysia
59. Germany
65. Laos
69. Vietnam
96. Thaialand
97. Cambodia
101. Indonesia
104. Philippines
123. Italy

UPDATE: Reliability of police services

3. Singapore
10. Canada
16. Japan
19. UK
22. USA
29. France

36. Malaysia
38. Germany
47. Brunei
65. Italy
74. Vietnam
77. Indonesia
78. Laos
91. Thailand
112. Philippines
122. Cambodia


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MIMOS’ current work on public safety also includes the SMART Lokap system for Royal Malaysia Police, and the Licence Plate Recognition System.
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Allowance increment for volunteer uniformed personnel starts today
By Adie Suri Zulkefli and Petah Wazzan Iskandar - April 1, 2018 @ 11:23am



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ALOR STAR: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi put smiles on the faces of uniformed bodies volunteers with his announcement that the RM2 per hour allowance increment takes effect from today.

He said the increment, which was announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak while tabling the 2018 Budget in October, would take effect immediately.

Zahid, who is also Home Minister, said the allowance review was proof of the government’s recognition of the sacrifices and loyalty of the volunteer personnel and officers in uniformed bodies nationwide.

"Following the review, the allowance for volunteers including those in the police force will increase from RM6 per hour to RM8 per hour for volunteer personnel and RM7.80 per hour to RM9.80 per hour for volunteer officers.

"I must also thank the Prime Minister for approving an allocation to improve and upgrade the police force's assets and equipment including the state police headquarters, district police headquarters and also quarters for the policemen and officers.

"This is in line with the vision to improve the police force's assets and equipment to face new policing challenges.

"This also reflects the Prime Minister's faith and confidence that the overall performance of our police force could be enhanced from various aspects.

"We want our policemen and officers to be more motivated in carrying out their duties by ensuring that their quarters a better living place for their family members," Zahid said at the opening of new Kota Setar police headquarters building, which was built at a cost of RM46.2 million, here today.

Present were Kedah Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun, his deputy Tan Sri Noor Rashid Ibrahim and Kota Setar police chief Assistant Commissioner Mohd Rozi Jidin.

Zahid said, aside from constructing new buildings, the upgrading of quarters for the police also involved the conversion of two units of quarters into one unit to increase the number of bedrooms for each unit from two to three bedrooms.

He said with the upgrade of the assets and equipment, it is hoped that the police would be able to record a significant decrease in crime rates nationwide.

"We hope that the completion of the new state police and district headquarters buildings will also translate into improved performance of the entire police force's personnel and officers to bring down the crime rates," he said.

In his speech, Zahid also urged local community leaders and non-governmental organisations to work closely with the police towards becoming the best law enforcement agency in Asia.

"As the frontline agency in law enforcement, the police face various challenges but with strong support from all quarters in society, our police will emerge as the best not only in Southeast Asia, but also Asia.

"Do not let the police fight this battle alone because every segment in our society has to work together to live up to the 211th Police Day theme 'The police and the people always together'," he said
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UPDATE 2018:
Reliability of police services
ASEAN & G7

Singapore 6.5
Canada 6.2
Japan 6.2
UK 6.0
USA 5.8
France 5.7
Malaysia 5.6
Germany 5.3
Brunei 5.1
Italy 4.6
Indonesia 4.4
Vietnam 4.3
Lao PDR 4.1
Thailand 3.5
Cambodia 3.2
Philippines 3.0

Organized crime

Singapore 6.5
Brunei 6.1
Japan 5.7
UK 5.4
Canada 5.4
France 5.3
Malaysia 5.3
USA 5.1
Germany 4.9
Vietnam 4.8
Lao PDR 4.7
Indonesia 4.3
Thailand 4.3
Cambodia 4.2
Philippines 3.8
Italy 3.5

Note: Value 1-7 (best)
Source: GCI 2018
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Police agree to setting up of IPCMC
Bernama May 11, 2019 01:00 am +08
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PUTRAJAYA (May 10): The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) have now agreed to the setting up of the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) after being assured that the police will not lose their power and authority.

This was achieved following a discussion held today between the PDRM and the National Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC). It was also attended by Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador as well as top officials and representatives from associations in the PDRM.

GIACC Director-General Tan Sri Abu Kassim Mohamed said matters which were of concern to the police were explained.

“In principle, there is no objection and there is support given to the Government in the setting up of the IPCMC," said Abu Kassim, at a press conference after the meeting here today.

However, he said there were some things that needed detailed discussion with the PDRM before the Cabinet paper on the establishment of the IPCMC was completed and then presented to the Cabinet.

He said that the IPCMC would be established by the end of the year.

Abu Kassim explained that the function of IPCMC was not to be a disciplinary authority as it had no power to prosecute criminal cases.

In fact, he said the PDRM’s Department of Integrity and Standard Compliance was still in charge of investigating and the establishment of the IPCMC would not reduce its role in conducting investigations.

Meanwhile, Abdul Hamid said that the explanation provided by the GIACC had put to ease PDRM’s concern over the establishment of the commission.

“One of the concerns was that the police would lose their authority, but Abu Kassim has convinced us that this would not happen if the IPCMC is set up," he added.

In fact, the presence of the Home Ministry (KDN) secretary-general Datuk Seri Alwi Ibrahim was a consolation as whatever fears the police had would receive KDN’s immediate attention.

Abdul Hamid who has been the IGP for only five days said the establishment of the IPCMC would be the latest development in strengthening the management and implementation of police duties, and for the force to have more integrity.

On May 2, the then Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun was reported as saying that PDRM would meet with Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to present its opposition over several matters involving the establishment of IPCMC.

Its main contention was on the IPCMC taking over disciplinary powers.
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IPCMC can help enhance reputation of the police force
Bernama May 30, 2019 17:35 pm +08
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 30): The proposed Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) has an important role in enhancing the reputation and standing of the Royal Malaysia Police in the eyes of the public, said Bar Council IPCMC task force chairperson Datuk Seri M. Ramachelvam.

Therefore there is no reason for the public, including police, to view IPCMC negatively as the commission to be formed later this year would bring positive impact on the force.

“It not something to be viewed negatively. They have carried out their duty in a good way based on law and manners, but there are a few who bring down the name and reputation of the force.

“Those who comply with the law have nothing to fear of the IPCMC. So, we hope the commission will be a reality soon,” he said after the round table discussion on “IPCMC Without Further Delay” at The Malaysian Bar Council here today.

He believes the IPCMC will change the perception of many people, especially those who had bad experiences with bad cops.

“This IPCMC, an independent investigative body, will not only prosecute them, but also highlight the force in a good way and bring confidence to the public as well,” he said.

Earlier this month, Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin had announced that the IPCMC would probably be implemented before the end of year. — Bernama
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 18): The Independent Police Complaints of Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) will have disciplinary authority over any misconduct by police personnel, including the Inspector General of Police (IGP).

According to the IPCMC Bill 2019 tabled for the first reading at the Dewan Rakyat today, the commission will have to set up a Disciplinary Board which can impose punishments in cases of police misconduct.

They include warnings, penalties, forfeiture of emoluments, deferments of salary movements, slash wages, demotion and dismissals.

If the complaint is against the Inspector-General of Police, the Chief Secretary to the Government will need to set up a Special Disciplinary Board to hear the complaint.

The Bill which was tabled by Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Liew Vui Keong also outlined the functions of IPCMC, which among others, is to receive and assess any complaint of misconduct from any person against any member of the police force and investigate the complaint.

The commission may also advice the Government on the enhancement of the well-being and welfare of the members of the police force, as well as assist in formulating legislation or recommend administrative measures to the government or the police force, to promote integrity and abolish misconduct.

According to the Bill, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong shall, on the advice of the Prime Minister, appoint not more than 10 members of the commission, of whom there shall be a chairman and a deputy chairman.

The members of the commission shall not comprise those who are still, or have been members of the police force, or members of the civil service.
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Enforcement officers to be equipped with body cameras, says PM
By AZURA ABAS and HASHINI KAVISHTRI KANNAN - September 19, 2019 @ 4:42pm



(file pix) The nation’s enforcement officers will be equipped with body cameras to boost efficiency in fighting crime and combating corruption. NSTP/MOHAMAD SHAHRIL BADRI SAALI
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PUTRAJAYA: The nation’s enforcement officers will be equipped with body cameras to boost efficiency in fighting crime and combating corruption.

Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said enforcement personnel who would use body cameras included police, and Customs and Immigration personnel.

“The country is experiencing revenue leakages of between RM3 billion and RM5 billion at the nation’s entry points yearly, due to integrity problems of officers and a lack in state-of-the-art technology,” he said after chairing the Special Cabinet Committee on Anti-Corruption (JKKMAR) meeting at Perdana Putra.

“We had agreed with suggestions to improve things, including using technology in the Customs Department operations by setting up a one-stop control centre, monitoring using closed circuit television (CCTV) and adding more scanners with Artificial Intelligence technology as well as operation aid equipment.

“We want to use more cameras and one of these cameras is the body camera.

“We want to implement it as soon as possible. We have the budget for them.

“We will give priority to body cameras and CCTV.”

Dr Mahathir said body cameras and CCTV could help to determine whether accusations made against enforcement officers were based on facts.

He said more CCTVs would be installed at locations such as lock-ups to boost transparency and prevent misconduct resulting in custodial deaths.

Dr Mahathir said JKKMAR had taken note of requests for additional manpower from certain departments, including police and the Immigration Department.

“We currently have too many civil servants of more than 1.7 million.

“We are finding ways to shift those already on our payroll to areas with important tasks.

“We can’t add too many new staff as we don’t have enough money for it,” Dr Mahathir said adding that the upcoming budget must reflect the government’s need to provide technology and extra manpower to certain departments.

He said more effort must be put into fighting corruption.

“Since we came to power for the past 16 months, the Special Cabinet Committee on Anti-Corruption has met almost every month.

“Such a meeting is extremely important because corruption problems are not being reduced significantly.

“There are still many reports being lodged which must be investigated and looked at as to determine what is still lacking and what needs to be done to further improve things.”

Dr Mahathir said the important decisions reached by JKKMAR included allowing the Public Service Department to continue formulating the Public Services Act to improve integrity and governance among civil servants while executing their duties without any worries about favouritism, stress and threats.
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