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Thursday, August 10, 2006

Hard Work Pays Dividends for the Police

Congratulations to the police for the success in nabbing those were apparently involved in the killing of a TAR college student during a robbery two weeks ago.

It shows that with hard work and commitment, the police can be a potent force to keep Malaysians safe.

May I suggest the police go one step further. They should do profiling of robbery suspects and conduct more checks on those who fit that description in crime infested areas or hot spots.

Example of robbery suspects:

 Motor bikes with 2 males

 Age range from 18 to 45

 Fitted with goods compartment or carrying knapsacks or bags

A lot of manpower has been deployed following public anger after the senseless killing of a young man who was hacked to death.

More checking by police who are on visible patrol in the area may have deterred such crimes. If the police force is not up to the recommended complement, the authorities should recruit more personnel but these should be properly trained and motivated to serve with honour and integrity.


PabloPabla said...

Yes, well done for apprehending the suspects. I hope they will gather enough evidence to give to the AG's Chambers so that the culprits will have to get what they deserve

H J Angus said...

I hope the crime prevention exercise does not just die off until the next horrible case.

This should be an ongoing 24/7 job.

PabloPabla said...

Aye to that!