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Have app will fight crime

A smartphone application to report the wrongdoings that members of the public witness has received good response.

Go digital to help curb crime, public urged

THE people can be the eyes and ears of the police and tip them off or file complaints via the Volunteer Smartphone Patrol (VSP) app.

Mohd Zulkarnain addressing the crowd at MPSJs town hall meeting.

Johor personnel celebrate Police Day in temple

Five policemen who had furthered their studies were also acknowledged for successfully completing their masters.

Senior police officers performing prayers at the Arulmigu Rajamariamman Devasthanam temple in conjunction with Police Day celebrations in Johor.

Coming together for a noble mission

CHIN Pei Ming overcame her fear of needles and blood just to donate blood so that she could save the lives of those in need.

Policemen and staff of Penang Port Sdn Bhd and Bank Rakyat going through blood test before taking part in a blood donation campaign.starpic by GOH GAIK LEE

IGP Khalid: 'Abducted' Turkish man was arrested

SHAH ALAM: Police confirmed that a Turkish man, who was earlier thought to have been abducted along with another individual, was actually arrested.

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Bonding time for Sikh policemen

OVER 200 Sikh police personnel held thanksgiving prayers at the Gurdwara Sahib Police, Ipoh recently in conjunction with the Police Day celebrations.

Comm Amar (right) and police officers adjourning to the Ipoh Railway Station for a photo session. — Photos: RONNIE CHIN/The Star

Out in force to battle the bulge

MORE than 750 men and women in the police force in Penang and Perak pushed themselves to the limit during a gruelling 80.6km cycling programme to mark the 210th Police Day celebration in Penang.

The participants embarking on the fun ride after the flag-off (bottom right) from the Marine Police base in Batu Uban. — Photos: CHARLES MARIA SOOSAY and ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star

‘Groups nabbed for causing ruckus have ties with Gang 24’

SERDANG: The groups nabbed for causing a ruckus in front of schools have some connection with Gang 24, said Selangor CID chief Senior Asst Comm Fadzil Ahmat.

Bringing cheer: DCP Mohd Fuad giving out a gift to one-year-old Muhammad Ellyas Fauzzan, as his mother Fatimah Md Salleh looks on in Hospital Serdang.
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Police have spoken to Peter Chong over missing pastor case

SERDANG: Police have recorded a statement from former Petaling Jaya councillor Peter Chong, who says he has information on the abduction of Pastor Raymond Koh.