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Saturday, October 27, 2012

Email the police

Selangor Police Chief -

Selangor Deputy Police Chief -

Petaling Jaya -

POLICE chiefs in all districts in Selangor have been urged to check the official e-mails that come in from the public so as to maintain good relations and build a network for information on crime patterns.
Selangor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah said all districts have an official e-mail and the public can send information or constructive suggestions on crime.
“Our men are required to read through the e-mails and filter the information for action to be taken. I want all officers in-charge of the police departments (OCPD) in the districts to check the e-mails and build a network of contacts,” he said.
DCP Tun Hisan added that the public can use the e-mail channel to seek clarification on various matters.  Read more ........  

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Be Crime Smart

TO CURB snatch thefts and pick-pockets, it is advisable not to carry large amounts of cash. Sling the handbag in front of you so you can keep an eye on it and make sure it is properly fastened or zipped.

Do not leave your wallet or handbag in the shopping basket or trolley. Check your wallet or handbag immediately if someone jostles or bumps into you. And try not to doze off while taking public transport or leave your belongings unattended.
For car break-ins
Park at well-lit areas and places that can be seen by the parking attendants.
Lock your door as soon as you get into or get off your car.  Read more .......          

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Tropicana City Mall goes pink

PETALING JAYA: THE adage, "prevention is better than cure", serves as inspiration for the aptly-designated Pink Week period which goes on until Oct 31 at Tropicana City Mall.

This campaign is being held in collaboration with Makna (The National Cancer Council of Malaysia).
Rallying to the call to raise awareness on cancer prevention, with a particular emphasis on breast cancer, the mall will host an exhibition themed My Pledge Against Cancer.
Visitors to the exhibition, open from 10am to 10pm, for the entire duration of Pink Week are also invited to participate in the numerous counseling sessions, demos and talks -- all revolving around breast cancer.   Read more ........   

Lost dog

Update 24 Oct 2012, 10pm - We have been notified that the dog has been claimed by the owner. We would like to thank Eileen for being a caring resident --- Blog Administrator.

Male dog found wandering in Damansara Kim on Saturday, Oct 20 afternoon. 
He is estimated to be around 5 years old, and is a beagle lab cross. He was wearing an old faded red collar and looking very lost. Friendly dog. 

 Please call Eileen 019-320 3875.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Security tips and advice from Police

 Pickpockets at Shopping Malls

 Cyber Crime

Balik Kampung during festivities

Police Contact No.

Rate the Police

Thursday, October 11, 2012

MBPJ’s RM344mil budget

IN WHAT appears to the largest budget in its history, the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) yesterday agreed to mayor Datuk Mohamad Roslan Sakiman’s proposed RM344mil budget for 2013.

This is to be Roslan’s last budget as Petaling Jaya’s mayor.
It was agreed upon after the councillors felt that the Environmental and Health Department needed extra funds to purchase five roll-on/roll-off lorries as standby waste collection units after residents’ complaints of contractors not fufilling their jobs.
In addition, the current “emergency” funds allocated to expedite council services has been increased by RM3mil to RM7mil.

In terms of social development, active residents’ associations (RA) and Rukun Tetangga (RT) will have their allocations increased — from the current RM3,000 to RM5,000 for RAs, and RM1,000 to RM3,000 for RTs.
RAs and RTs that had successfully instituted Neighbourhood Safety Teams will be given an annual RM5,000 each.       Read more ....    

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Security briefing from police - 4 Oct 2012

2 Oct - Snatch theft incident. A lady had her handbag snatched while walking along Jalan SS20/4. She noticed 4 men (Malay or Indonesian) inside a Kancil. As she passed them, one of the men got out and snatched her bag.

3 Oct - Robbery. The same men in the Kancil struck again. They robbed a man at Jalan SS20/10.

Please call the police if you see a dark blue Kancil, no. plate AEC 1298.

Thumbs-up for feeder buses in PJ

THERE are several free shuttle services available in Petaling Jaya to serve the community while some commercial areas such as Sunway, Puchong, The Curve and IPC Shopping Centre also offer free feeder service within their developments to the public.

The Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) has community buses plying Petaling Jaya Utara and Petaling Jaya Selatan and several bus stops have been added recently to cater to the high demand.
The IOI free shuttle connects major developments in Puchong including IOI Mall and different phases of Bandar Puteri.
Sunway’s developments including Sunway Pyramid Hotel, Sunway University College, Monash University Sunway Campus and Sunway Medical Centre are also easily accessible using the free bus service.    Read more ......   

Police plan massive intake next year

KOTA KINABALU: A massive police recruitment exercise not seen in the nation for the past 43 years is set to take off next year, thanks to Budget 2013.
Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said the last mass recruitment for the police force was conducted in 1969.
“The budget announcement includes an increase in police force strength. Previous expansion exercises has not been in pace with the country's demographics,” he said, adding that there are now 110,000 police personnel serving 28.3 million people.
“This means that there is one policeman for every 257 people in the country,” he said after attending a gathering with Rela members in Beaufort yesterday.   Read more ......