KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman will be conducting 24-hour roadblocks at strategic locations in each district nationwide starting Tuesday (Nov 22), says Tan Sri Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani.
The Inspector-General of Police said it was part of the police efforts to prevent crime through omnipresence to ensure public order and safety.
"For the convenience of road users, no roadblocks will be conducted at peak hours, be it in the morning or later during the day.
"We advise the public to cooperate by following instructions at the roadblocks," he said in a statement on Wednesday (Nov 23).
The IGP said the public need not worry in carrying out their daily routines as police are committed to ensuring their safety.