A face to face meeting between the Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Arjunaidi Mohd Said and the local community was held at the Taman Bandar field on Jalan SS2/60, PJ near the SEA Park police station from 11.00 am to 2 pm on Saturday 24th October 2009.
Residents concerned about security and safety as well as speeding and traffic problems in their neighbourhoods came to see the OCPD PJ ASP Arjunaidi Mohd Said in person in a one-to-one meeting.
It was a successful and worthwhile meeting as the OCPD was all better informed with issues raised by residents and he discussed ways to improve the neighborhood and try and do some problem solving during the meeting.
He said the police hope to make the Petaling Jaya neighbourhood a great place to live.
The face-to-face meeting also covered exhibitions, canine unit and horse unit.
At the end of the day, the residents were happy with the meeting which was very useful as the police were simply there to listen to residents' concerns and to find ways to keep the community safe.
The Face to Face With OCPD PJ for residents to meet Asst Comm Arjunaidi Mohd Said in person at Taman Bandar field in Jalan SS2/60.
The arrival of Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Mohd Said (right) was greeted with the beatings of drum, cymbal and gong by four lion dance troupes. On hand to receive him was SEA Park police station OCS Chief Inspector Mohd Sahar Bin Yunus (back facing camera) and Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng (left, in red batik shirt).
Residents registering at the booth to wait for their turns to meet Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Mohd Said in person to discuss their problems on issues like safety and security.
Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Mohd Said (1st from left) discussing issues raised by the two residents. Listening attentively is Petaling Jaya deputy OCPD Superintendent (I) Abd Razak Elias (2nd from left).
A resident (1ft from left) expressing concern about specific problems to Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Mohd Said (2nd from left) while SEA Park police station OCS chief inspector Mohd Sahar Bin Yunus (2nd from right) and Petaling Jaya deputy OCPD Superintendent (I) Abd Razak Elias (1st from right) listen attentively.
Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng (right, in red batik shirt) discussing some issues with Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Mohd Said (1st from left) and
Petaling Jaya deputy OCPD Superintendent (I) Abd Razak Elias (centre).
(From left:) All-Petaling Jaya Residents Association Coalition (APAC) president Liew Wei Beng (2nd from left), Rukun Tetangga (RT) SS2B deputy chairman Willie Tan Kim Tun, Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Arjunaidi Mohd Said and SEA Park police station OCS chief inspector Mohd Sahar Bin Yunus discussing ways to to keep the community safe while a policewoman (centre) takes notes.
(Front row, sitting): Petaling Jaya deputy OCPD Superintendent (I) Abd Razak Elias and Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng. (Back row, standing): SEA Park police station OCS chief inspector Mohd Sahar Bin Yunus, RA committees Jimmy Tee, Cliff Yin and Yap Kim Lin.
Meetings were also arranged for residents to meet other police officers to discuss their problems.
Police eofficers were there to listen to residents' concerns and find ways to keep the community safe.
One for the album: (From left) Petaling Jaya deputy OCPD Superintendent (I) Abd Razak Elias, Jimmy Tee, Yap Kim Lin, Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Arjunaidi Mohd Said, Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng, Rukun Tetangga (RT) SS2B deputy chairman Willie Tan Kim Tun, Cliff Yin and SEA Park police station OCS chief inspector Mohd Sahar Bin Yunus.
The police have set up their booths to inform visitors of the police force functions.
Among the items on display were narcotics such as ecstacy, ketamine, heroin, erimin, ganja and codeine.
Very useful and informative exhibition booths attract visitors to learn more about the police activities.
A mother pointing out to her children on the caning meted out to prisoners by prison wardens.
Graphic details of a prisoner who was stripped naked, strapped on a wooden frame and caned by a prison warden. Judicial caning is done privately inside prisons.
The bruises and marks left behing on the buttocks after the caning.
On the left is the rope that is used hang condemned prisoners. The rope is bought in England at a cost of about RM1,500 and to be used not more than 3 times. On the right are the two types of canes used to flog prisoners.
The police are serious in fighting crimes.
The gun exhibition booths attract large crowd.
A resident show interest in the revolvers on display at the police exhibition booth. The police are still using the Revolver .38" Special S&W 2" in carrying out their duties.
Some of the semi-automatic pistols which were on display and currently in use by the police force are the Walther PPK 7.65 mm and the Walther P99(AS) - 9mm with a magazine capacity of 15 rounds.
The exhibition booth of the Safe City Unit of Development Planning Department in Majlis Bandara Petaling Jaya (MBPJ) handing out information to visitors on safe city concept - a safe city that is free from any form of physical, social and mental threat.
The staff of Development Planning Department - Safe City Unit in Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya (MBPJ) at their exhibition booth.
The staff of the Department of National Unity & Integration, Petaling District at their exhibition booth. (From right): Pegawai Pengarah Daerah Petaling Beh Sang How, Penolong Pegawai Daerah Petaling Ahmad Shaiful and Pembantu Pegawai Daerah Petaling Shaik Zaiful Nizam.
This is the Royal Malaysian Police's Highway Eagle. Beware, this high performance Mitsubishi Evolution 10 2.0 can speed up to maximum 280 Km per hour!
Police motorcycles used by various police forces and departments.
A father and his children could not resist sitting on the police motorcycles.
The K-9 (canine) unit of the police department showcased the police service dogs. This is a German Shepherd police service dog (crime) Jamu with the dog handler Erik.
The Labrador Retriever police service dog (narcotic) named How is bought from China and is friendly to visitors. According to dog handler Ragu, How is employed by the police as a drug-sniffing dog.
The police horse patrol of the Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) based in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur. Their presence in the street will make the people feel safe and making snatch thieves think twice.
The police horse patrol unit outside Maybank in Jalan SS2/60 Petaling Jaya.
These two policemen showing off their riding skills at Taman Bandar in Jalan SS2/60, Petaling Jaya.
A free horse ride for this lucky boy.
A take-photograph session with the police horse. Say cheese.
A boy sitting on a horse and showing the peace sign.
This kid had a satisfied smile on his face.
The police horse can be used in curbing crime and providing additional security.
A family taking photograph with the police horses.
The crowd queuing up for free refreshments.
Plenty of food stuff like fried rice and fried noodles to go around.
When it's hot, it's best to quench your thirst with the ever popular ABC (Ais Batu Campur).