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Six, Including 4 Students Nabbed For Drug Trafficking

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KUALA LUMPUR – Four students from private higher education institutions were among six people detained for suspected involvement in drug trafficking at a house in Section 3, Bandar Baru Bangi, Kajang last Monday. Kajang police chief ACP Ahmad Dzaffir Mohd Yusof said the suspects, aged between 21 and 26, were picked up at 11.45pm. “Upon…

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3 Russian Women Arrested For Offering Sex Via WeChat

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KOTA KINABALU – Three Russian women were arrested for offering sex services to locals via the WeChat application, and abusing their social visit passes. Police, who uncovered the prostitution activity following a tip-off, had been monitoring the women’s movements over the past few days. A police team raided a hotel room at Plaza Wawasan here…

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Special Task Force To Investigate Informaton Leak

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KUALA LUMPUR: The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) will set up a special task force to probe into the leaks of information and investigation details concerning the tragic fire at the Darul Quran Ittifaqiyah school in Jalan Keramat Hujung here, last Thursday. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun said police viewed seriously the matter,…

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Police Uncover New Cashless Online Gambling

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KUCHING- Police have uncovered a new online gambling trend in Sarawak, which involves only cashless online transactions. The payment system was detected following a raid at a cyber gambling premises in Satok on Saturday. Sarawak Criminal Investigation Department (CID) chief Datuk Dev Kumar said police are investigating exactly how the system works. The shoplot premises…

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Cops Nab 8 For Suspected Motorcycle Thefts

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KOTA KINABALU: Drug addicts were among eight men nabbed by Sabah police today over suspicion of being involved in motorcycle theft cases. They were picked up separately in seven raids conducted at the Inanam area here between Aug 22 and Sept 11 following two reports lodged in Feb and the latest on Sept 4. District…

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Para-cyclists Incident: Police Hunt Pickup Truck Driver

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KUALA SELANGOR – Police are working to track down the driver of a pickup truck suspected to be involved in a hit-and-run accident at the Latar Highway this morning. The truck is believed to have ploughed into members of the Malaysian para cycling team, who were training for the upcoming Asean Para Games. Kuala Selangor…

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Sariah Ali, One Of The First Female Constable In Malaysia

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TELUK INTAN ― Sariah Ali has a place in this nation’s history as she was among the first batch of 54 women who were recruited into the police force as constables. Her entry, however, was accidental more than intentional. It all started 61 years ago when Sariah was 22 years old and living in a…

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Policeman Found Shot Dead At Police Station

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SUBANG JAYA – A policeman was found dead, shot at close range and stabbed with a sharp object, at the Pinggiran Subang Jaya police station in Selangor early today, said Selangor Chief Police Officer Datuk Mazlan Mansor. He identified the policeman as Lance Corporal Valentino anak Mesa, 29, who was from Sarawak. Mazlan said Valentino…

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Penang Police Step Up Security For National Day

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GEORGE TOWN – Penang police will step up security surveillance and preparedness in facing any possibility although it has received no information on any threats in the run-up to the state’s National Day celebration tomorrow. State police chief, Datuk Chuah Ghee Lye said police would not take it easy but would step up security precautions…

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Malaysian Police Go Further Afield With Green Initiative

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  SEMPORNA – The Royal Malaysia Police is taking its initiative to go green further afield with plans to introduce the solar hybrid electricity supply system in more police posts in Sabah. An allocation of RM1.5 million has been set aside for the purpose, said Internal Security and Public Order director Datuk Seri Zulkifli Abdullah.…

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Police Detective Shot Dead In Kedah

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ALOR SETAR – A police detective from Bukit Aman’s D9 division was shot dead on Friday. The deceased, sub-inspector Abu Hashim, in his 50s, was found dead in the compound of his house in Napoh, Changloon. Sources said police received a call at about 10.25pm informing them about the incident. News of the incident went…

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Public Urged To Be Wary Of Calls Purportedly From Putrajaya Police

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PUTRAJAYA – Putrajaya police urge the public be wary of calls purportedly from its headquarters with the individuals claiming that they can settle traffic summonses and hit-and-run cases. Putrajaya police chief, ACP Rosly Hassan said of late, Putrajaya police HQ had been receiving calls from the public asking whether their vehicles had been involved in…

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Half-Naked Cop In Viral Video Was High, Had Mental Illness

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ALOR SETAR – A 32-year-old police inspector who was caught semi-naked in the female restroom of a mall in the city on Monday, may lose his badge. A psychiatric evaluation carried out on the policeman confirmed that he was suffering from mental illness. Kedah police chief Datuk Asri Yusoff said the psychiatrist concluded that the…

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Policeman Attacked In Nilai, 7 Pakistani Men Detained

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KUALA LUMPUR – Police arrested seven Pakistani men believed to have been involved in a group that attacked a policeman at a carpet shop in Nilai 3, Negeri Sembilan, yesterday. Deputy Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Noor Rashid Ibrahim said police were still investigating the cause of the 4pm incident. “We are investigating the incident… if the…

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Adzhar Othman Is First Labuan Police Chief With ACP

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LABUAN – Labuan police chief Adzhar Othman made history when he was promoted assistant commissioner of police (ACP), the highest rank attained by any police chief in the duty-free island, thus far. Bernama learnt that keeping the crime index under control over the last five years in the country’s international financial centre here, likely garnered the…

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Police Job Interview Session Advert On Social Media Fake

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KUALA LUMPUR – The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) today denied it was offering job opportunities through open interview sessions, as spread on Facebook and Whatsapp recently. PDRM’s Corporate Communications chief SAC Datin Asmawati Ahmad said news of the open interview session was incorrect. “Official announcements on the recruitment of any PDRM personnel will only be made through the department’s official…

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No Sign Of Marawi Militants In Keningau

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KENINGAU – The police have confirmed there are no signs to indicate that terrorists from Marawi in the Philippines have taken shelter in the Sabah interior, particularly Keningau. Keningau Police chief DSP Ahmad Jawila said today all measures had been taken to ensure that Muslims in the interior, Keningau included, were able to celebrate Aidilfitri peacefully.…

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Police To Keep An Eye On KL traffic Hotspots

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KUALA LUMPUR – Police have identified 10 traffic hotspots in the city during the annual Ops Selamat Hari Raya period. City deputy police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mazlan Lazim said the areas are Jalan Kepong, Jalan Cheras, Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2), Jalan Tun Razak, Jalan Ipoh, Jalan Kuching, Jalan Ampang, Jalan Klang Lama, Jalan…

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Police Arrest Three Members Of ‘Geng Tangki’

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IPOH – Police arrested three men aged between 23 to 27 years believed to be members of ‘Geng Tangki’ involved in three robberies at petrol kiosks and a 24-hour convenience store here. Ipoh District Police chief ACP Sum Chang Keong said the three men, including one Rohingya, who was the gang leader, were arrested separately…

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Police Rescue 11 Thai Men In Begging Syndicate

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IPOH – Police rescued 11 Thai nationals, believed to have been exploited into forced labour, from a house in Batu 10, Gombak. They were aged between 16 and 44. Perak CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Gan Tian Kee said police raided the house at about 12.40am Friday following the arrest of a Thai man.…

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Man Detained For Posting Offensive Remarks About Police

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JOHOR BAHRU – Police yesterday detained a man believed to have uploaded offensive remarks against police in his Facebook posting. Johor police chief Datuk Seri Wan Ahmad Najmuddin Mohd said the 34-year-old suspect was detained in Mata Ayer, Perlis at 4.45pm yesterday with the assistance of the Perlis police contingent. “At 1.30pm yesterday, Johor police…

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Two Men Nabbed For Impersonating As Policemen

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KUALA LUMPUR – The police have detained two men for impersonating as policemen and extorting RM1,000 from two Bangladeshis at a 24-hour restaurant in Taman Cempaka, Ampang near here yesterday. Initial investigations revealed the suspects, aged 28 and 50, had claimed to be members of the force by producing so-called police authority cards to the…

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Police Inspector Found Dead In Office With Gunshot Wound In Head

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PASIR PUTEH – A police Inspector was found dead today in his office at the Pasir Puteh district police headquarters with a gunshot wound in the forehead. Kelantan acting police chief, SAC Din Ahmad said the body of the 29-year-old victim was found about 9am when a policeman was ordered to search for the deceased…

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Witness Of Road Crash Which Killed Baby Gives Statement To Police

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KUALA LUMPUR – A witness to a road crash which killed a baby at Km 433.8 North-South Expressway (North bound) near Kuala Kubu Baru on Sunday, made a report at Setapak police station yesterday. Hulu Selangor Police chief Supt R.Supramaniam said the man also handed over video footage and a video recorder to the police.…

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Two More Workers Die In Tawau Welding Fume Incident

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TAWAU – Police today confirmed that two men who were rushed to the district hospital yesterday after inhaling fumes from welding works they were doing to repair a leak on a scow at the Kampung Apas Parit jetty off Batu Payung in Jalan Tinagat here, have died. Tawau police chief, ACP Fadil Marsus in a…

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Corruption: MACC Detain Senior Police Officer

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PUTRAJAYA – The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) today detained a senior police officer with the rank of Deputy Superintendent of the Melaka Tengah District Police headquarters to assist in investigations into an abuse of power and corruption case. The 49-year-old man was the 12th individuals being detained for the case involving the collection of protection…

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Police Undertaking Major Internal Reshuffle – Zahid

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DENGKIL – The Royal Malaysian Police is conducting a major internal reshuffle but has not announced details to avert public misconception, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. Ahmad Zahid, who is also the Home Minister, said he welcomed the steps taken to rectify the enforcement organisation from within. “We are carrying…

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Stop Corrupt Practices Now, DPM Tells Police Officers

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KUALA LUMPUR – It is time for police officers to put a stop to irresponsible and corrupt behaviour within their ranks, says Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. He said there were reports that some senior officers had pressured lower-ranked officers, including OCPDs, to finance “celebrations” for them during gatherings. In the…

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Police Launch Two New Portals For Making, Checking Police Reports

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KUALA LUMPUR – Police have launched two new portals which allows city folk to make non-criminal related police reports online and another system to check on the status of police reports made nationwide. Kuala Lumpur Police chief Commissioner Datuk Amar Singh said the E-Reporting System and Online Checks System (SSO) are portals which will make…

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Police Nab Fraudster Selling Non-Existent Phones

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KULIM – Police have detained a man who actively committed fraud by selling non-existent mobile phones online involving total losses of RM140,285. Kulim district police chief, Supt Abdullah Arshad said the 36-year-old man from Bentong, Pahang was arrested at 7pm on May 4 at Taman Cempaka in Ipoh, Perak. “The suspect had been carrying out…

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