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Saturday March 4, 2006

Crime busters move up the ranks


KUALA LUMPUR: ACP Nooryah Md Anvar has created history by becoming the first woman officer to be appointed federal traffic police chief. 

The promotion exercise also saw a number of the country’s top crime busters moving up the ranks this month. 

Heading the promotion list of 32 senior police officers is deputy CID director (II) Senior Asst Comm (I) Datuk Mokhtar Hassan who now becomes deputy CID director (I) with the rank of Deputy Commissioner. 

Left: SAC Mokhtar: Heads the list of 32 senior police officers being promoted this month.
Right: ACP Nooryah: First woman officer to become federal traffic police chief.
Other top officers promoted are Penang CID chief SAC (II) Datuk Syed Ismail Syed Azizan who takes over as deputy CID director (I) with the rank of SAC (I), Sentul OCPD ACP A. Thaiveegan, who takes over as Kedah deputy police chief with the rank of SAC (II) and ACP A. Paramasivam, the head of the senior police officer’s college investigations division, who takes over as Perak CID chief with the rank of SAC (II). 

Left: ACP Paramasivam: Takes over as Perak CID chief with the rank of Senior Asst Comm (II)
Center: SAC Syed Ismail: Takes over as deputy CID director (I) with the rank of SAC (I)
Right: ACP Thaiveegan: Takes over as Kedah deputy police chief with the rank of SAC (II).
Also promoted are City serious crimes chief Supt Johari Yahaya who takes over as Johor Baru North OCPD with the rank of ACP and Supt Lim Hong Suan of the senior police officer’s college who now becomes the assistant director of the Narcotics Crimes Investigations Department (Forfeiture of Property division) with the rank of ACP. 

“The promotion and transfers take effect on the day they report for duty at their respective departments and state,” a statement issued by Bukit Aman said yesterday. 

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