PDRM collaborates with MACC to address corruption


PETALING JAYA: The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM), in collaboration with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), implemented a programme aimed at eliminating corruption in society and among enforcement members.

PDRM secretary Datuk Noorsiah Mohd Saaduddin said the programme not only aimed to educate the public against offering bribes to civil servants, but also for PDRM to practise good values ​​and have high integrity.

The programme, held in Taman Jaya, saw members of the police force taking the corruption-free pledge and signing the declaration on the pledge, which was witnessed by Bukit Aman Integrity and Standards Compliance Department director Datuk Seri Azri Ahmad.

Also present was MACC director (Integrity Management) Nurahim Abdul Rahim.

Noorsiah said that through the programme, the public also had the opportunity to listen to talks and view exhibitions on PDRM and MACC.

"This collaboration is a continuation of the memorandum of understanding with MACC signed by PDRM in 2016 in an effort to effectively address corruption,” she said in a statement Saturday (July 23). - Bernama

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