KOTA KINABALU – Auxilliary police, especially those stationed at the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZONE) must be vigilant against all threats, including transboundary crimes.
Sabah Deputy Police Commissioner Datuk Awang Sahari EM Nadzeer said the existence of the auxilliary police via the corporate and private sector could help the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) monitor the situation in the area in ensuring the security in the state’s waters continued to be safeguarded.
“The auxially police should be the ‘eyes and ears’ of the PDRM by cooperating to deliver information related to crime cases. If there are suspicious matters to immediately inform us,’ he told reporters after officiating the closing of the auxilliary police training programme in the Police Training Centre (Pulapol) near here today.
A total of 101 auxilliary police from 10 agencies, including Universiti Malaya and Asian Supply Base Sdn Bhd successfully completed their nine-week training in Pulapol.
Awang Sahari said these auxilliary police would be working in their respective agencies with policing responsibilities. – BERNAMA