May 9, 2011

SEA Park residents come face-to-face with OCPD PJ


The residents of Section 21 SEA Park and its neighbour of Section 20 Taman Paramount were invited to a “Face to Face with OCPD PJ” programme where they had the chance to ask questions to Petaling Jaya’s police chief OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed along with his team to highlight problems and provide feedback to the police.

ACP Arjunaidi was given a traditional lion dance and Indian traditional music welcome on his arrival at the SEA Park RT centre in Jalan 21/19.

The OCS (officer-in-charge of station) of SEA Park police station Inspector Gunam Resul bin Gulam Mohammad and police officers from various departments were on hand to offer crime reduction advice and information to the problems highlighted by residents.

The turn-out by residents were encouraging as many took the opportunity to discuss their concerns and problems there were experiencing as the feedback were important to the police to reduce crime. A number of residents also registered as Rakan Cop volunteers to help the police fight crime.

There was also an exhibition on promotion of road safety by the police traffic unit.

The crowd were attracted to two black Labrador dogs from the police K9 unit which demonstrated their skills and abilities in sniffing out illicit drugs.

Pamphlets on crime prevention were also distributed to the residents.

The “Face-to-Face” programme was organised jointly by Petaling Jaya district police station, Section 21 SEA Park Rukun Tetangga and Section 20A Taman Paramount Rukun Tetangga.

 

Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed delivers his welcome
speech at the "Face-to-Face" programme in Section 21 SEA Park,
Petaling Jaya on Saturday 7th May 2011.
 
Section 21 SEA Park Rukun Tetangga chairman Gan Keng in his
short 
speech asks the residents to help the police tackle crimeand create a safe community.

Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed listens to the
concerns by a resident on safety and security issues.

Residents give their feedback to Petaling Jaya OCPD
ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed.
 
Aman Suria Beauty & Foot Reflexology managing director
Calvin Yang highlights a security issue to Petaling Jaya OCPD
ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed.

Working together: Section 21 SEA Park Rukun Tetangga
chairman Gan Keng (left) in conversation with Petaling Jaya
OPCD ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed.

SS2B Rukun Tetangga chairperson Lee Kwee Cheng (right)
stressing a point to Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed.

Yoke Wong Thai Tay temple senior medium Ronnie Chiew (first
from left) and Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed
(second from right).

Working together: SEA Park police station OCS Inspector
Gunam Resul bin Gulam Mohammad (third from left), Section
20A Taman Paramount Rukun Tetangga chairman Cassian
Baptist (first from left) and Justin Dass (first from right).
 
Residents came out in support of the programme.
 
The police received encouraging feedback from the residents.

Fighting crime together: Residents highlight their problems and
provide feedback to the police. 

Residents looking at photo exhibits featuring the most gruesome
of traffic accidents to hammer home the message that bad driving
can cause on roads.

Lulu, a male Labrador from the police K9 unit and its handler
Som Nerk doing a demonstration of sniffing out illicit drugs.


Police officers stop two motorcyclists for search.

Police dog Lulu sniffing out drugs suspected to be hidden
on the motorcycles.
 
The motorcyclist is 'arrested' for suspected possession of illicit
drugs hidden on his motorcycle. 

From left: Nelson, How, Selvaraja, Som Nerk and Lulu.

Children getting close to How, the Labrador dog from police K9 unit
during the "Face-to-Face" programme.


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