January 3, 2011

Face to Face with OCPD PJ: SS2 residents find police dialogue useful


The “Face to Face with OCPD PJ” event organized by the Police and Rukun Tetangga (RT) SS2B was held at a field in Jalan SS2/32 on Sunday 28th November 2010.

The residents had nothing but praise for the Petaling Jaya police and OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Bin Mohamed.

More than 300 people turned out for the event and took the opportunity to meet the Petaling Jaya police chief and senior police officers face to face - for the first time.

The community policing programme provided an opportunity for needed exchange between the police and the residents to discuss on crime and security issues in their neigbourhood with the aim to improve community safety and quality of life.

It helps to increase public confidence in the police, reduce the fear of crime and reassure people that their concerns are being seriously dealt with. It also help to foster good understanding and build closer rapport between the Police and the public.

Among those present at the dialogue were SEA Park police station Inspector Gunam Resul Bin Gulam Mohamad, Rukun Tetangga (RT) SS2B chairperson Lee Kwee Cheng, Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng, Rukun Tetangga (RT) Section 21 SEA Park deputy chairman Cliff Yin and Aman Suria Residents Association (RA) chairperson Wendy Chan.

Two police dogs from the Police K9 (canine) unit of Bukit Aman demonstrated their skills and abilities in sniffing out illicit drugs much to the delight of the enthusiastic crowd.

There was also an exhibition on the roles and responsibilities, functions and operations of the various police units.



Arrival of Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Bin Mohamed (centre) at the Jalan SS2/32 field to meet the residents face-to-face. On hand to receive him were SEA Park police station OCS Inspector Gunam Resul Bin Gulam Mohamad (left) and Rukun Tetangga (RT) SS2B chairperson Lee Kwee Cheng (right).


The police band were there to play bagpipe music to give Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Bin Mohamed a rousing welcome.


From left: SEA Park police station OCS Inspector Gunam Resul Bin Gulam Mohamad, Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Bin Mohamed, SS2B Rukun Tetangga chairperson Lee Kwee Cheng and its deputy chairman Willie Tan Kim Tun and PJ deputy OCPD.


Full house: The turn-out by the residents was excellent.


Support from the residents is crucial in reducing crimes in their areas through the channeling of relevant information to the police.


SS2B Rukun Tetangga chairperson Lee Kwee Cheng delivers her welcome speech. She says that police strategies have reduced residents fear of crime.


Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Bin Mohamed delivers his welcome speech.


Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Bin Mohamed says the police organize various community policing programmes such as diagloues with the residents to reduce crimes.


Senior police officers from the various units in Petaling Jaya were introduced to the residents.


SS2B Rukun Tetangga chairperson Lee Kwee Cheng (right) and her committees in discussion with Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Bin Mohamed.


An effective dialogue can be a major success in reducing crime rate.


Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Bin Mohamed (right) listens attentively during the dialogue session with residents.


All smiles as residents posed with their OCPD PJ ACP Arjunaidi Bin Mohamed.


Front row: Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Bin Mohamed (left) and SS2B Rukun Tetangga (RT) chairperson Lee Kwee Cheng. Behind them are SS2B Rukun Tetangga (RT) deputy chairman Willie Tan Kim Tun (left) and Section 21 SEA Park Residents Assocation (RA) chairman Gan Keng.


Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) committee members (from left) Irene Tan, Jimmy Tee, SEA Park police station OCS Inspector Gunam Resul Bin Gulam Mohamad, Gan Keng (chairman) and Cliff Yin.


Rukun Tetangga SS2B chairperson Lee Kwee Cheng (fourth from left) and committee members posed for photograph with SEA Park police station OCS Inspector Gunam Resul Bin Gulam Mohamad.


Token of appreciation: Rukun Tetangga SS2B chairperson Lee Kwee Cheng presenting a basket of fruits to OCPD Petaling Jaya ACP Arjunaidi Bin Mohamed.


Residents registered themselves for the police dialogue session.


Residents speak to police officers who listens to their concerns on crimes in their areas.


The police were polite, listened to the views of the residents, answered questions on issues related to community safety and offer advice and tips on preventing crime and keeping the home safe and secure.


Information booths on the roles and functions of the various police units.


The residents find the information informative and useful.


Booths displaying a wide range of handguns used by the police.


A police officer explaining the use of guns by police to deal with the situation.


A wide range of light machine guns on display.


The pistols, revolvers and other such equipment help police in their day-to-day work.


A police officer helping a girl to handle the light machine gun LMG HK 11.


The General Purpose Machine Gun (GPMG) is an attraction with the crowd.


A police officer demonstrates the loading of a magazine onto the General Purpose Machine Gun (GPMG). Each magazine contains 200 rounds of 7.62mm bullets.


The nine years old golden retriever (left) from England and a three years old black labrador (right) from China.


A golden retriever and its handler Nelson from the Police K9 unit demonstrates sniffing out drugs.


A golden retriever from the Police K9 unit sniffing out drugs hidden in a motorcycle.


A black labrador named Anu and its handler Corporal Vincent from the Police K9 unit demonstrates sniffing out drugs.


The Police K9 Unit demonstrated their dogs’ ability in illict drug detectioin, agility and obedience.


Police narcotics department head instructor Selvaraja holding a packet of white substance believed to be morphine which was sniffed out by the black labrador from the Police K9 unit.


A sumptuous spread of local delicacies for everyone present.


A taste of shaved ice or better known as ABC (ais batu campur) to quench eveyone's thirst.

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