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there is so many raped and rob and cases in JB
2 raped cases happened within 3 days, what has cause JB criminal cases become worse???

where is PDRM in JB ???

didnt u all know whats happened in JB recently??? its sad to heard about it.
 

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From TheStar.com.my

Friday June 15, 2007

Robbery, carjacking and gang-rape suspects nabbed

JOHOR BARU: Police have arrested 13 people believed to be involved in a recent spate of robberies, carjacking and gang-rapes here.

It has not confirmed which specific cases they were involved in, but on Monday a 19-year-old woman was raped by three men as her boyfriend watched helplessly in Taman Bukit Indah.

Police said they had identified a former member of the Sagol Gang as allegedly being behind the gang-rape.

State CID chief Senior Asst Comm II Roslan Ahmad said Shahabudin S.K. Mohamed Ariff, 27, could assist police in their investigations.

It is learnt that Shahabudin was detained three years ago in relation to a gang-rape case but was released because of insufficient evidence.

There has also been a spate of carjacking in the city. On Sunday a manager of an engineering firm was taken on a terror ride lasting almost two hours when he was carjacked by three robbers.

However, the robbers returned his MyKad and mobile phone SIM card, and even gave him RM30 for a taxi ride.

In May, a woman was held up at knife-point and taken on a terror ride, gang-raped and robbed. Her three-year-old son was in the car with her.

Earlier this year, a 22-year-old woman was killed after being dragged behind her car by a group of carjackers.
 

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more police and less illegal immigrants. Instead of new pay rise why dont use the RM 4 billion (extra cost for civil service salary monthly starting next month) to recruit more policeman and buy more equipment for police?
 

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Same question i would like to ask, what is wrong with JB and the JB police?!

Every other day i will read about some nasty crimes in JB.

How will the IDR succeed when JB often gets publicity for the wrong reasons?
 

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malaysia really not good in marketing their country. look at singapore, to attract investors, only shows good news about them. in NY, lot of crime also...
...controlling media is the key!

so, m'sia gov should cover up such stories lah.....before IDR get scarred

yes, in the same time those cases have to be cracked down but do it without making people afraid of JB
 

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The story that surfaced on the newspaper is only little little.
Those living in JB have one saying : If you haven't been robbed, you are not a truth JB residents".
 

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one of my friend who is staying in jb told me this one area. You can't wear expensive watches because robber would come and chopped off your hands to get your precious watches.

Can u imagine what will happen if you get chopped off and and the robber flew with a pasar malam Rolex.

Life worth more than a fake watch
 

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from many cases, most criminal are drug addicts and immigrants....control those two, and JB will have peace.

underdevelopment is not the reason. rural area like muar or pontian have a very less crime...if got, same thing as i stated. those 2 groups of people...
 

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ok..let's all blame the police..sigh.when something good happen to our city,i've never seen people here that really sincerely thanks to the police!!..but when something like this happened,people here tend to view police in Malaysia somewhat lazy,evil and only goyang kaki..did nothing.
 

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from many cases, most criminal are drug addicts and immigrants....control those two, and JB will have peace.

underdevelopment is not the reason. rural area like muar or pontian have a very less crime...if got, same thing as i stated. those 2 groups of people...

Sorry not ' underdevelopment ' but the word ' messyness ' is the best describe the reason why JB has high crime rate.
 

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ALthough I haven't been to JB..but it seems it's that bad that even the gov backed media which haven't been covering this matter before is giving in.

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Protest outside menteri besar’s home over rising crime rate

19 June, 2007

JOHOR BARU: When Wong Ley Foon lost her handbag to a snatch thief in Taman Ungku Tun Aminah in 1988, she shrugged it off as sheer bad luck and left it at that. But in the 19 years since then, her stand on crime in the state has changed dramatically.

After being targeted repeatedly by criminals — she has been robbed, carjacked at knifepoint and had her house broken into — Wong has decided enough is enough.

Yesterday, the irate 37-year-old joined about 200 other Johoreans in front of the menteri besar’s residence in Saujana, along Jalan Rahman Andak, to voice her anger and frustration.

"It is time to make a change. I don’t want my children to live in fear any more.

"I want them to go to school, go to work and go out and meet friends without being terrorised by crime on the streets," she said.

The gathering was organised through text messages which were sent out over the past few days, calling on Johoreans to express their dissatisfaction with the rising crime rate in the state, and especially in Johor Baru.

Businessman Tay Boon Loi, 47, said it was embarrassing that Johor had such a high crime rate.

"Almost everyone here has their own account of being a victim of crime, or knows someone who was a victim.

"I am not saying that the police are not doing anything. But more should be done before more people fall prey to criminals," he said.

Police had set up roadblocks in Jalan Rahman Andak, but those who came for the gathering were undeterred.

They parked their vehicles at a school some 500m away and walked to the MB’s residence.

At first, the rally was strangely bereft of placards, banners or rabble rousers, with the crowd standing around quietly as a group of 100 policemen and Federal Reserve Unit members stood watch over them.

At 10.30am, however, the mood began to change as several people held up signs and tried to stir up the crowd.

Fifteen minutes later as tension rose, Johor Baru South police chief ACP Shafie Ismail asked the crowd to disperse as they did not have a permit to hold a public gathering.

Almost everybody in the crowd heeded his call and left for home, but a man and a woman who refused to leave because they wanted to distribute pamphlets were detained.

The demonstration was the second instance of public display of anger over the rising crime rate.

On Saturday, about 2,500 people showed up at the Johor Baru Tionghua Federation headquarters at Taman Sri Tebrau to sign a petition calling for a safer Johor.

To date, the federation has collected more than 22,000 signatures online and 6,000 via written forms.

Meanwhile, Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF) vice-chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye called on residents to remain calm and to express their views through appropriate channels.

"Everyone in Malaysia is concerned about the frequent occurrence of crime in the country. It is understandable that with the rampant crime reported in Johor, Johoreans are angry," he said.

Lee said the foundation would have their first quarterly meeting in Johor Baru on July 14. He said the state’s crime rate would be at the top of the agenda.
 

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crimeeeee

malaysia really not good in marketing their country. look at singapore, to attract investors, only shows good news about them. in NY, lot of crime also...
...controlling media is the key!

so, m'sia gov should cover up such stories lah.....before IDR get scarred

yes, in the same time those cases have to be cracked down but do it without making people afraid of JB
imo, jb crimes getting bad to worse to hopeless la.. but i think the media should control themself abit.. as you everyday see so many crimes on paper and the police solve nothing about it, those dangerous criminals thought they have their own land and do whatever they like.. more snatching, rapes, tow atms, murder n such.. aiyo.. hopefully the media can publish more stories about police napping them and create a more safer place to live.. but the police must stop goyang kaki la.. then the city turn out to be safe then is the real marketing mah.. no use market the city to be good but then turn out to be a lie.. im so damn worry here la.. lol~ just my opinion...
 

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^^ SO what's ur experience with crime in Johor?

Who are these criminals anyway? Drug addicts? Unemployed? Foreigners?

I think with coming S'pore casino + $$$ laundering, crime syndicate and corruption from S'pore will surely spill into JB.
 

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I heard there are too many unsecured exit points in JB which makes it easy for the criminals to flee after commiting a crime. They can simply hop on a boat to Indonesia and come back later.
 

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i should say, the 'strategic' location of JB makes them into a criminal's heaven from malaysia,indonesia and singapore. so, our police is not only handle cases commit by malaysian, but also from the other 2 states...

one should not say our police 'goyang kaki' since there's a lot of 'multi-million' syndicate being crackdown.
 

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Kabinet bertindak -- Kerah segera tambahan anggota polis perangi jenayah di Johor

Oleh RUHAIDINI ABD. KADIR dan HAMDEN RAMLI

KUALA LUMPUR 20 Jun – Kabinet memutuskan untuk mengerahkan tambahan 400 anggota polis ke Ibu Pejabat Kontinjen Polis (IPK) Johor secepat mungkin bagi menangani masalah jenayah di negeri itu yang disifatkan serius sejak kebelakangan ini.

Perkara itu diputuskan pada mesyuarat Kabinet yang dipengerusikan oleh Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak di Putrajaya, hari ini.

Menurut Najib, selain itu, Kabinet turut mengarahkan supaya penubuhan tiga ibu pejabat polis daerah (IPD) di Johor Bahru disegerakan dan sebagai langkah sementara, IPD berkenaan dibenarkan beroperasi di lot-lot rumah kedai.

Beliau menambah, Kabinet juga mahu penghantaran 200 kereta peronda beserta pemandu terlatih ke negeri itu dilaksanakan segera.

‘‘Perkara selanjutnya terpulang kepada mereka (Kementerian Keselamatan Dalam Negeri dan Polis Diraja Malaysia), tetapi kita mahu tindakan secepat mungkin.

“Mudah-mudahan dengan ini keyakinan masyarakat akan terus meningkat,’’ katanya selepas menyaksikan majlis menandatangani perjanjian persefahaman (MoU) Program Pendidikan Pengurusan Kewangan Peribadi di antara Jabatan Latihan Khidmat Negara (JLKN) dengan Agensi Kaunseling dan Pengurusan Kredit (AKPK), Bank Negara Malaysia di Kementerian Pertahanan hari ini.

Ahad lalu, lebih 200 orang berkumpul di hadapan kediaman rasmi Menteri Besar Johor, Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman sebagai tanda tidak puas hati berikutan kegagalan polis menyelesaikan tiga kes samun dan rogol di negeri itu.

Mereka bertindak demikian selepas menerima khidmat pesanan ringkas (SMS) dalam bahasa Mandarin setelah berita tiga kejadian rogol dan samun dilaporkan berlaku.

Najib berkata, sebagai langkah segera, PDRM boleh menyewa lot-lot rumah kedai bagi menempatkan tiga IPD berkenaan sebelum bangunan baru dibina.

Katanya, Kabinet setuju supaya Kementerian Keselamatan Dalam Negeri menggunakan peruntukan RM6 juta untuk menampung kos penyewaan bangunan rumah kedai tersebut.

Mengenai penghantaran 200 kereta peronda, beliau berkata, pemandu terlatih diperlukan bagi membolehkan tugas rondaan digerakkan segera.

Sementara itu, Ketua Polis Negara, Tan Sri Musa Hassan memberitahu Utusan Malaysia, jumlah anggota polis yang akan ditambah di Ibu Pejabat Polis Kontinjen (IPK) Johor meliputi 300 anggota Pasukan Gerakan Am (PGA) dan 100 anggota Pasukan Simpanan Persekutuan (FRU).

“Faktor pencegahan bagi membanteras jenayah ialah dengan kehadiran polis dan penambahan bilangan anggota rondaan membabitkan anggota PGA dan FRU berkuat kuasa hari ini merupakan langkah positif untuk membanteras jenayah,’’ katanya.

Musa menambah, jumlah 400 anggota itu akan ditempatkan di tiga buah ibu pejabat polis daerah (IPD) yang baru diwujudkan iaitu Sri Aman, Nusa Jaya dan Johor Bahru Timur yang kesemuanya terletak di bawah Wilayah Pembangunan Iskandar (WPI).

Jumlah itu, menurutnya, akan disusuli dengan penambahan 334 lagi anggota PGA.

“Bagaimanapun, tenaga 334 anggota PGA itu akan diserap selepas infrastruktur ketiga-tiga IPD itu siap kelak,’’ katanya.

Musa berkata, Ketua Polis Johor, Datuk Hussin Ismail diarahkan untuk mengenal pasti lot-lot rumah kedai yang sesuai untuk dijadikan IPD dan balai polis sementara.
 

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Source : http://www.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2007/6/21/nation/18089750&sec=nation&focus=1

Cabinet orders crackdown on crime in Johor Baru

KUALA LUMPUR: Four hundred more cops in the streets, RM6mil for three new temporary district police headquarters and 200 more police vehicles for patrolling – these are among the measures approved by the Cabinet yesterday to clean up Johor Baru after the recent spate of violent crimes there.

“With these immediate steps, we hope to allay concerns and increase public confidence,” said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, who chaired the Cabinet meeting yesterday.

Najib, who is also Defence Minister, has assumed the additional task of Internal Security Minister in the absence of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who is in Russia.

The three district police centres will be set up in shophouses at Seri Alam, Nusa Jaya and Kulai and 400 policemen from the General Operations Force and the Federal Reserve Unit will be deployed there.

The Cabinet’s decision appeared all the more timely with two more rapes reported in Johor Baru yesterday.
 
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