Musa Hassan named as Johor police chief


KUALA LUMPUR: Federal deputy CID director Datuk Musa Hassan has been appointed Johor police chief replacing Deputy Commissioner Datuk Mukhtar Ismail who has been seconded to the National Dadah Agency in a reshuffle involving senior officers. 

Others involved in the transfer exercise are former Kedah police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Hairudin who will take over as commercial crimes director. 

He replaces DCP Maizan Shaari who will go on leave in June prior to his retirement in September. 

Negri Sembilan deputy police chief Senior Asst Comm II Kamarulzaman Itam will assume the post of assistant CID director (anti-vice, gaming and secret societies) taking over from SAC II Rahim Hanafi, who will take over from Kamarulzaman. 

Their transfers are effective June 2. 

Another promotion and transfer list is expected to be out soon as no one has been named as DCP Musa's replacement and that of Petaling Jaya OCPD following the retirement of Datuk Sheikh Mustaffa on May 16. 

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