Sunday, April 19, 2009

这个标志不看,还以为是美国的警察车,patern 西北像。





Thursday March 26, 2009
Abdullah wants cops to send shivers down spine of criminals

KUALA LUMPUR: The police must instil fear and send shivers down the spine of criminals who have become more brazen, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

He said the police should utilise their capabilities and resources to prove to criminals that they have what it takes to defeat bad hats.

“Criminals must be made to fear the strength and effectiveness of the police. We must show them that we are able to match them, especially now when criminals arm themselves with modern and sophisticated weapons.

“Show them and the public that you are a force to be reckoned with. Instil fear in criminals so that you can effectively combat crimes in a professional and responsible manner,’’ he said during his speech at the 202nd Police Day celebrations at the police training centre on Jalan Semarak yesterday.

The Prime Minister said he was happy with the performance of the police force and wanted them to carry out their job with integrity and responsibility.

He said members of the force must play their part in helping to build a respected and feared force.

“The force is in the midst of undergoing restructuring and needs time to implement certain projects,” he added.

Abdullah also praised Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan for fulfilling and implementing what was promised to the Government and him.

He also said training was necessary to ensure that the police could be a force that can ensure peace and the security of the people.

Musa, in his speech, vowed that he and his men would serve the nation with full responsibility.

He said in order to better serve the public he had proposed to the Government to set up another six new departments within the force.

“We have already set up one of the departments and we hope to set up another five soon,” he said, adding that there are currently seven departments in the force.

He said he would need a lot of manpower to set up the department and that was why the force needed to recruit 60,000 personnel to meet its needs.

Musa also said that the police training centre would be set up in all the contingents to enable his men to attend courses from time to time.

Currently there are only six police training centres and sometimes his men would not have the opportunity to attend certain courses.


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