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The government is seeking public feedback and ideas on ways to improve national unity and 1Malaysia.
This is what the Royal Malaysian Police Force website stated:
The Royal Malaysian Police Force is dedicated to enhance public safety and reducing the fear and the incidence of crime in the country.
and from Laman Web Rasmi Polis Diraja Malaysia on their vision and mission:
AGENSI PENGUATKUASA UTAMA YANG BERINTEGRITI, KOMPETEN DAN KOMITED UNTUK BERKERJA DENGAN MASYARAKAT
PASUKAN POLIS DIRAJA MALAYSIA KOMITED UNTUK BERKIDKMAT DAN MELINDUNGI NEGARA DAN BEKERJASAMA DENGAN MASYARAKAT DALAM MENGEKALKAN UNDANG-UNDANG DAN KETENTERAMAN AWAM
The PDRM has it's own motto, code of conduct and their vision and mission to accomplish. Are they really performing their duties with commitment and integrity as what they subscribed on the above as highlighted on their beautifully designed websites.
What we see live everyday of their performances are just the opposite of what they prescribed on their web portal. They are more beholden to political parties that are holding federal power and to act upon their instructions. Peaceful rallies were attacked with tear gas, chemically laced water cannon, beaten up and arrested if these rallies were organised by another one or party other than umno/bn. Involving in State Assembly on the behest of their political master, which they have no right to.
There are so many to write of their bias actions, not to mention the high crime rate which they see is not that important other than to serve the political master. Below are written records of how the PDRM perform.
Poll from KDN website
Police brutality (source: Wikipedia)
Peaceful Protests Against Fuel Prices
There were continued reports of excessive use of force by police officers during peaceful demonstrations. In March and May 2007 police armed with shields violently dispersed a series of peaceful protests in Kuala Lumpur against fuel prices, with batons and water cannon. Several people were reported seriously injured and dozens arrested. All were subsequently released. In early 2009, seven policemen pleaded not guilty in the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court to injuring a car park attendant and a teenager at the Brickfields police station in 2008. They were charged with voluntarily causing hurt to the two, at a detective’s office to make them confess to a criminal intimidation case .
Ananthan Kugan Death Case
There are still concerns over the effectiveness of safeguards to ensure the safety and the well being of detainees in police custody. At least five people, including one woman, died in custody during 2007. More recently, a 22 year-old Indian youth, A. Kugan, died on January 20, 2009 while in police custody after he was detained for interrogation at the Subang USJ Taipan police station for allegedly being involved in a car theft syndicate. Statements made by the police on the cause of death (which they claim was due to an asthma attack from the findings of a post-mortem, however, this has been refuted by the family of the deceased) were inconsistent with the physical injuries visible on the body of the deceased. The Attorney-General’s Chambers have classified the case as murder and 11 policemen from the Subang USJ Taipan police station have been reassigned to desk duty pending investigations. A second post-mortem was conducted revealed that the 22-year-old suffered a cardiac arrest following the injuries on his body that was caused by blunt force trauma.
My feedback and suggestion #8 to our KPI minister:
The PDRM needs to be revamped and implement the Independent Commission on Police Misconduct And Complaints (IPCMC) without any further delay.
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