PDRM chiefs to meet the public and receive feedback

  • Nation
  • Monday, 11 Jul 2011

PUTRAJAYA: The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) initiative “PDRM Bersama Pelanggan” that encourages concerned citizens to walk in and meet with their state and district level police chiefs has started last week.

The public can meet and lodge their complaints on a monthly basis with the Chief Police Officers (CPO) at respective “Ibu Pejabat Kontinjen” (IPK) and with the Officer in Charge of Police District (OCPD) at the “Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah” (IPD).

“Our aim is to ensure that the people’s complaints are addressed in a swift manner and we get their feedback on the initiatives implemented by the Police Department to benefit them,” said Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar.

The walk-in sessions encourage the public to highlight the concerns of their neighbourhood, family and personal safety directly to the chiefs.

The sessions are also expected to increase the interaction between the police and the people to create a closer knit community and gain the thoughts of the people on the police’s service level.

For more information on the “PDRM Bersama Pelanggan”, please visit www.rmp.gov.my.

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