PETALING JAYA: Malaysian Association for Shopping and High-rise Complex Management (PPK) is still in discussion with its members to introduce standardised safety measures in a bid to address the recent cases of women who were attacked at several shopping mall car parks in the city.
“The security and safety committee under PPK meets once a month and we are still discussing to introduce a host of actions including increasing security patrols, security escort and introducing sirens and panic buttons in every shopping mall’s car park,” said its general manager Evelyn Lo.
She was asked to comment on the recent reports of crime cases against women in shopping malls including the case of Internet marketeer Chin Xin-Ci who posted on Facebook her ordeal of being attacked and almost kidnapped by two men at a shopping mall car park.
Less than 24 hours after that incident, two women were robbed of RM80,000 from the same place. Read more ........