PETALING JAYA: Since establishing its Community Security Programme (PKK), the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) has received positive feedback from residents in the city.
The security scheme for residents received praise, particularly from the Rukun Tetangga as well as residents' associations.
Mayor Datin Paduka Alinah Ahmad said that the scheme, introduced in 2011, has been effective in combating crime in neighbourhoods here.
"We received 65 applications in 2011, and 72 last year," said Alinah, adding that the applications are among those received from 164 residents' associations and Rukun Tetangga registered with the MBPJ.
She said the aim of the PKK is to combat crime in neighbourhoods, and members of the PKK have been working closely with the police. Read more .......