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Old November 3rd, 2010, 05:34 AM   #61
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PDRM goes online with Facebook
Wednesday November 3, 2010
http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...210&sec=nation

KUALA LUMPUR: The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) has tapped on the potential of the social networking service, Facebook, in its efforts to combat crime.

The Facebook profile page www.facebook.com/PolisDirajaMalaysia, along with their new media centre was unveiled at the Bukit Aman police headquarters in October.

PDRM is using this platform to reach out to the younger Internet savvy generation, posting updates on high profile cases (i.e: the Datuk Sosilawati murder case), tips for crime prevention, and updates on key community policing initiatives.

The official Facebook account called “Polis Diraja Malaysia” will be used as an alternative platform for the police to disseminate information to members of the public.

Currently, the page is followed by more than 20,000 people, who will receive regular updates.

Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein who launched the media centre said as law enforcers, communication between the police, media and public must always be cordial and prompt.

The RM200,000 media centre is equipped with high-speed broadband connections for quick access to the Internet to respond to queries.

Federal police Public Relations Department deputy head DSP Lai Lee Ching leads the media centre with a team of 20 officers.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Omar Ismail is hopeful that the launch of the media centre would be a fresh start between the media and the police.

The centre was a move by the police to show its sincerity in being transparent and committed to the “People First, Performance Now” maxim of 1Malaysia.

In September, Selangor police chief Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar had also set up his own Facebook page to interact with netizens in his effort to fight crime.

He said the public could channel information directly to his Facebook page on the misconduct of police personnel in the state if they are afraid to make a police report.

He said people might fear being threatened or intimidated if errant police personnel came to know about the reports lodged against them, but this would not happen if the complaints were sent to him directly.

“The public should not be afraid to inform the authorities on police misconduct . . . if they are still scared, then they should communicate directly with me,” he said.

His Facebook page address is at http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1297884570.
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Old November 16th, 2010, 02:18 PM   #62
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Crime rate down by 17%
Stories by NOEL CHANG Monday November 15, 2010
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SUBANG JAYA: There is a 17% decrease in overall crime rate in Subang Jaya under the Government Transformation Programme’s (GTP) Crime National Key Results Area (NKRA).

Subang Jaya OCPD Assistant Commissioner Zainal Rashid Abu Bakar said there was a reduction of 800 cases in Subang Jaya and 200 cases in the crime hotspot of SS15.

“Street crime in SS15 this year has also dropped by 45% when compared to the same period last year.

“We use different strategies to cover the area such as plain-clothes policemen as well as uniformed men patrolling on bikes 24 hours a day.

“There is also a multi-purpose van (MPV) dedicated to patrol SS15,” Zainal said at the officiating of the new police beat-base located at the field in SS15/2E recently.

Residents’ association chairman Borhan Rahmat said snatch theft cases at the side lane next to the field were frequent as many residents and college students used this lane to get to the commercial area.

The RM1,800 beat-base which was sponsored by Subang Jaya assemblywoman Hannah Yeoh, would serve as a meeting point between the police and the residents.

Zainal said that police officers from different units would drop by around three to four times a day at the beat-base to watch over the area and for the residents to meet them.
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Old December 27th, 2010, 01:59 AM   #63
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Cops Beat and Rob man in Kota Damansara



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Two policemen arrested for causing hurt to a man

December 26, 2010

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 26 – Two policemen, believed to have caused hurt to a man arrested for allegedly carrying drug during a road block last Saturday, were arrested today.

Selangor police chief Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah said the two police constables, aged 25 and 27, from the Damansara police station were arrested after the man identified them in a parade of six people.

“Police view this case as serious because it concerns abuse of power among policemen and there will be no discrimination (against the accuser) if they are found guilty,” he told reporters at the Petaling Jaya police headquarters.

Tun Hisan said the arrest of the policemen, who had served the police for four years, did not mean that they were guilty, but was made after investigations were concluded.

He said the investigation papers had been sent to the public prosecutor for further action, and the two policemen would be remanded from tomorrow.

“The case was investigated under Section 379 of the Penal Code for theft and Section 323 of the same Code for causing hurt,” he said.

Last Saturday, the man lodged a police report that he was assaulted by several policemen when arrested for allegedly carrying drugs at a road block in Petaling Jaya Utara.

In his report, the man also said that the policemen stole RM13,000 from him. – Bernama

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No offence: USD2.5 billion invested to make Malaysia a safe place to live and work
http://www.gcdmedini.com/report/no-o...-live-and-work

The Malaysian government has done more to tackle crime than most countries and its success in reducing offence rates has been achieved through significant investment combined with a progressive approach to policing.

Earlier this year Najib Abdul Razak, the prime minister, announced additional investment of USD637 million to fight crime, including recruiting an extra 5000 police officers by 2015 and installing 496 closed-circuit television cameras in crime hot spots across the country. Desk-bound police officers will be redeployed to patrol the streets to reduce crime and reassure the public.

A further USD700 million is to be invested in upgrading police stations and officers’ living quarters while USD37 million will be provided to encourage the public to participate in a nationwide neighbourhood watch scheme.

Separately, as part of the Iskandar Malaysia Safety and Security Framework (IMSSF), USD1.1 billion is being invested in a safety and security framework that includes the setting up of 138 community police posts in residential areas with fewer than 1,000 homes, the installation of 2,000 CCTVs and the deployment of 200 auxiliary policemen by local councils. Measures are in place to boost the presence of police officers by another 60,000 in Johor Bahru, to build more police stations and hire policeman who had previously retired.

Dramatic results in tackling crime have already been achieved with lower levels being seen in the most serious categories. The biggest drop has been in street crime, which fell by 38.7% between January and March 2010, compared with the same period last year, while domestic crime fell by 15.3% over the same period. Malaysia now has lower burglary rates than Brunei and Japan and lower levels of assault than Brunei and South Korea, according to the most recent figures, while the murder rate for South-East Asia as a whole is declining, compared with other regions in Asia and Oceania.

Violent crime involving tourists and expatriates in Malaysia is rare. Crimes against foreigners, where they occur, are usually petty offences such as purse snatching and credit card fraud. In tourist areas such as Bukit Bintang, Petaling Street (Chinatown) and Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, and the main square in Malacca, localised tourist police stations have been established to help visitors from overseas. As part of the Iskandar Malaysia security blueprint, police in Johor have set up Malaysia’s first special task force against snatch theft.

“I see two or three companies per week coming from the UK to Malaysia and they are always pleasantly surprised at how safe it is to live and work here, said Molly Jogpal, director for business at the British Malaysia Chamber of Commerce (BMCC). “I have worked in much of Asia and Malaysia, when compared with countries such as India, is much easier and much safer to get around. It’s is also much easier to get things done here than in other areas of the region.” To improve their detection rate, police in Johor set up a dedicated crime fighting hotline that guarantees a response to every call. Last year the force successfully solved 45% of the 26,624 offences reported to them, more than twice the standard set by Interpol.

In addition, software has been supplied to the police by the Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) that provides information on crime hotspots and helps police increase surveillance in those areas. The IRDA has also assisted the police in installing electronic signboards, displaying the police hotline number, at the Johor Causeway and holding forums for foreign investors to clarify any safety issues.

Abdul Jalil Rasheed, Head of Equities at Aberdeen Asset Management Malaysia, has visited Iskandar to witness progress on the proposed new Special Economic Zone, and has been impressed by the high priority given to security.

“If you look at the statistics, crime has reduced in the area and I guess it’s because of the significant sums invested. The Malaysian government has invested a lot of money in security and fighting crime in this area to make it work.

“It’s in a great location, close to Singapore which is running out of land. The government has made business in this country as easy as possible. The income tax rate is lower than in other countries and you get faster approval for a lot of things.“
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Old December 28th, 2010, 11:25 AM   #65
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http://malaysiakini.com/news/151684

Two policemen arrested for causing hurt to a man

December 26, 2010

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 26 – Two policemen, believed to have caused hurt to a man arrested for allegedly carrying drug during a road block last Saturday, were arrested today.

Selangor police chief Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah said the two police constables, aged 25 and 27, from the Damansara police station were arrested after the man identified them in a parade of six people.

“Police view this case as serious because it concerns abuse of power among policemen and there will be no discrimination (against the accuser) if they are found guilty,” he told reporters at the Petaling Jaya police headquarters.

Tun Hisan said the arrest of the policemen, who had served the police for four years, did not mean that they were guilty, but was made after investigations were concluded.

He said the investigation papers had been sent to the public prosecutor for further action, and the two policemen would be remanded from tomorrow.

“The case was investigated under Section 379 of the Penal Code for theft and Section 323 of the same Code for causing hurt,” he said.

Last Saturday, the man lodged a police report that he was assaulted by several policemen when arrested for allegedly carrying drugs at a road block in Petaling Jaya Utara.

In his report, the man also said that the policemen stole RM13,000 from him. – Bernama
Reactions from malaysians about Crimes committed by the Malaysian police......

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Old December 28th, 2010, 11:57 AM   #66
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Witness of Police Brutality-causing-death Arrested Under Home Ministry's Order.....

This is proof that the BN government through its home ministry is always trying to protect its bully-men...the police.


Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Bid to free 'whistleblower' Selvach fails

A writ of habeas corpus to free K Selvach Santhiran, a witness who implicated police in a death-in-custody inquest, was rendered academic following his transfer to the Batu Gajah detention camp in Perak on the Home Ministry's order.


Kuala Lumpur High Court Judge Su Geok Yiam ruled that she has no jurisdiction to hear the matter as the writ had been filed to challenge the grounds of detention by the police.


However, lawyers representing Selvach said they will appeal, claiming that the court was responsible for repeated adjournments.

“The court is entrusted to uphold the highest constitutional safeguard by way of habeas corpus but it disregarded this fact despite the urgency of the matter,” lawyer Fadiah Nadwa Fikri told Malaysiakini.

“We hold the court responsible for allowing the matter to be adjourned despite the request to expedite. We are gravely shocked that the court has opted to uphold the rights of the executive rather than the fundamental rights of an individual.”

Selvach, 39, was detained for 51 days under the Dangerous Drugs Act (Special Preventive Measures) 1985 (DDA), before being transferred under a deputy home minister's orders on Dec 14.

Under the DDA's special preventive measures, a suspect can be detained without trial for up to 60 days.

Upon expiry of the 60 days, the home minister has the power to issue a two-year extension which can be renewed indefinitely and cannot be challenged.

'File new application'

Senior federal counsel Najib Zakaria, who entered a preliminary objection to extracting Selvach from detention, argued that his lawyers would have to file afresh now to challenge the minister's detention order.

Fadiah retorted that the provision under the DDA was different from the other preventive laws where the minister's orders supercede that of the police.

She said provisions of the DDA that relate to police orders and the minister's instructions are “inextricably linked”.

In other words, she argued that the minister's order is not valid if the police order is unlawful. To determine this, the court must be provided the reasons for the prolonged detention.

She said the affidavits submitted by the respondents did not “disclose the facts as to the reasonableness of their decision in granting the 60-day detention order against Selvach”.

Selvach has been detained since Oct 25, after the police picked him up at his home in a rough manner - handcuffing him in front of his wife and children at his house, and allegedly assaulting him publicly.

The arrest came after the open verdict delivered in the R Gunasegaran's inquest. Selvach was a the key witnesses, testifying that the police had injured Gunasegaran while in custody two years ago.

Gunasegaran, 31, who worked at a toddy shop, collapsed while his thumbprint was being taken between 6.45pm and 7pm on July 16, 2008, at the Sentul police headquarters and was pronounced dead at 7.40pm at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital the same day.

The coroner found that there were two possible causes for his death - one was based on the autopsy, which stated that Gunasegaran had died of a drug overdose, and the second based on Selvach's testimony.

Fadiah told reporters that Selvach had been admitted to the Ipoh Hospital yesterday following seizures.

“The warden had called his wife and informed her that (Selvach) had sustained head injuries and (broken) teeth,” she said.

The lawyers will be seeking to meet with Selvach as soon as possible, she added.

Source : http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/151259




Here's a video of the protest to get Selvach released.

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Police Brutality Series....

I should compile a series of Police Brutality Videos here.......

Let's start with this.....back in 2005, and all over a banner. I'm sure if it is an UMNO banner, this would not have happened....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueDTU5ZKSf0

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This next one is classic......No wonder people die at police custody

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This student was beaten by police at Bandar Sunway Police Station

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6I1b...eature=related

Bandar Sunway Polis

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This guy got shot 4 times at the back while driving, and police found sleeping pills and no weapons with him after being shot.......Sentul Police

http://www.bukittunggal.com/2010/11/...y-hope-it.html

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Seriously Vince, please posts some news of police being injured in the line of duty, the traffic police standing in the middle of LDP and coordinating traffic, the police who comb the seas for lost persons at sea, the policemen who scour our jungles at the borders!!

You anti of everything of the government is just low level and an insult to the hard working men/women in uniform..how old are you?? It is not funny!

How do you think this country stood intact for 50 years after all those Communist insurgency and a multicultural society with many whim. The Royal Malaysian Police should be credited for keeping this country at peace.

Those who continuously attack the Police without considering their monumental contributions are profoundly dumb.
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that guy (vince) has nothing better to do. mental problem.
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this type of people loves politicizing everything. hope they can find a better life out there.
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worse..thes eare people who can't accept views from various perpectives.

never mind him la..he is just budak2 baru abis SPM ni..he will learn
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vince - r u anwar ibrahim?? hehe
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Lower crime index in Terengganu
Thursday December 30, 2010
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KUALA TERENGGANU: The crime index in Terengganu had dropped by 24.01% between January and November this year said outgoing state police chief Datuk Mohd Shukri Dahlan.

He added up to last month, 1,328 or 55.46% of crime cases were solved.

“The main factor contributing to the success was the close co-operation between the police and the people, especially in the channelling of information by the people to the police.

“The police are also making continuous efforts to further reduce the crime rate,” he said at a handing over ceremony here recently.

Mohd Shukri was transferred to Perak as the police chief effective Dec 30 and succeeded by Datuk Jamshah Mustapha, the assistant director of training in Bukit Aman, Kuala Lumpur.

He said cooperation between the police and the people was vital to solve and control criminal activities.

Jamshah, who accepted his duties from Mohd Shukri said he hoped everyone would continue to give their co-operation and work as a team in ensuring the crime rate in the state is further reduced. — Bernama
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i just had a damn bad experience with police just now…

F*CK POLICE!!!

Vince, i'm with you now. ok go ahead, curse all the b*stard police. i don't mind already…
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Seriously Vince, please posts some news of police being injured in the line of duty, the traffic police standing in the middle of LDP and coordinating traffic, the police who comb the seas for lost persons at sea, the policemen who scour our jungles at the borders!!

You anti of everything of the government is just low level and an insult to the hard working men/women in uniform..how old are you?? It is not funny!

How do you think this country stood intact for 50 years after all those Communist insurgency and a multicultural society with many whim. The Royal Malaysian Police should be credited for keeping this country at peace.

Those who continuously attack the Police without considering their monumental contributions are profoundly dumb.
You can tell me all these when you get punched or kicked by the cops one day. I do respect the cops who contribute to society, but I also want to show everyone the ones that drag down the reputation of the police force. If there are no prosecutions of the crimes committed by police, I will keep doing the postings.

Why do so many forumers think that everything is good in this country as long as nothing negative is discussed? Are you guys scared of something, like the ISA? Doesn't it anger you when you see ordinary Malaysians victimised by those in power? Please get a heart this new year.......
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i just had a damn bad experience with police just now…

F*CK POLICE!!!

Vince, i'm with you now. ok go ahead, curse all the b*stard police. i don't mind already…
Don't tell me, tell your story to Nazrey, Rizalhakim and Forrestcat....
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