There should be no compromise or sympathy shown to the police station chief and his three colleagues who were arrested earlier this week for having an alcohol-fuelled wild party inside a police station in the Kajang district, complete with women, booze and ketum juice.
Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye says Bukit Aman’s Integrity and Standards Compliance Department must take firm action against a police station chief involved in a ‘wild party’ after he tested positive for ganja.
A criminologist urges the police to come down hard on the bad apples in the force, after a station chief and some of his men were caught in a wild party at a police station in the Kajang district, yesterday.
Twentytwo13’s creative editor Amar Qastellani saves a tortoise he spotted just outside his apartment block in Subang Jaya. He releases it at a nearby lake – much to the amusement of the strict, yet compassionate policemen patrolling the area.
Top criminologist Datuk P. Sundramoorthy is urging the government to get serious about addressing corruption, especially within the public service, as it has become an epidemic and will soon damage government departments if real solutions are not taken.
Criminologist Datuk P. Sundramoorthy said new IGP Datuk Seri Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani cannot ignore work done by former IGP Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador and must do all he can to raise the professional image of the Royal Malaysia Police.
Questions are being raised as to who bestowed the Datuk Seri title to 33-year-old fugitive businessman Nicky Liow Soon Hee. With links to triads, some also wonder how far he has spread his tentacles within enforcement agencies after it was discovered government officers were on his payroll.
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador says the people’s trust in the force has eroded due to deep-seated corruption. He stresses the police are here to serve the people and not the other way around.
In conjunction with the 214th Police Day celebration on March 25, some may wonder if there are those who are willing to serve the nation, protect the public and uphold the integrity of the force.
Criminologist Assoc Prof Datuk Dr P. Sundramoorthy doubts an Independent Police Conduct Commission will be set up anytime soon in Malaysia given that Parliament is not in session and a general election is looming.
Criminologist Assoc Prof Datuk Dr P. Sundramoorthy says the one principle of policing that must be understood is that action taken by policemen must not endanger them and those nearby.
The recent brazen attacks on policemen at the Malaysia-Thai border need to be addressed in a coordinated matter to prevent a repeat.
Criminologist Assoc Prof Datuk Dr P. Sundramoorthy questions the standard operating procedures on the release and re-arrest of detainees by one law enforcement agency to another following escape of Macau scam main suspect from Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission headquarters last week.