Datuk Mohamad Roslan Sakiman says there will be redevelopment in Petaling Jaya to fulfil the needs of a modern city
Safe city programme
Between 2006 and last year, the council recorded a decrease of 30 per cent in its crime index. This year, to assist neighbourhood security measures, MBPJ has allocated a sum of RM5,000 to each active RA and RT for them to improve security patrol, host crime awareness campaigns, work closely with their neighbourhood police or organise crime prevention activities.
To boost urban security, the MBPJ will also increase its CCTVs. At present, there are 22 CCTVs and by the end of the year, it will receive an additional 24 CCTVs from the Housing and Local Government Ministry. Apart from being a crime prevention measure, the CCTVs will also be used to monitor vandalism and natural disasters. Read more .....