Budget 2023: National Scam Response Centre a step in the right direction to curb scams, says IGP

KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman welcomes the formation of the National Scam Response Centre (NSRC) as it will have a positive impact in curbing scams, says Tan Sri Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani.

The Inspector-General of Police said the collaboration of the police, Bank Negara, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) and the National Anti-Financial Crime Centre (NFCC), through the centre, will have a strong impact in combating scams.

"It shows the government's seriousness in curbing scams in the country," he said in a statement on Friday (Oct 7).

The country's top cop said the police are also grateful for the government's allocation of funds including RM18.3bil for the Home Ministry; RM431mil to acquire and maintain assets, and RM42mil to repair and upgrade police quarters in Budget 2023.

"The funds will greatly assist the police force in maintaining public order and safety.

"We will ensure that the funds are fully utilised for the good of the nation," he said.

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