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Bukit Aman to make police force more attractive to Chinese

MIRI: An aggressive drive is being carried out by Bukit Aman to recruit as many youths as possible, especially Chinese, into the police force.


Obesity not a major problem in police force

SIBU: Obesity is not a major problem with the police force here, said deputy district police chief Supt Martin Koo.


Zahid promises no political interference in police force

KUALA LUMPUR: Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidipromised that there would be no political interference in the police force.


10 thrusts to revitalise police force

A revitalised, modern, effective and trustworthy police force for the 21st century - that's the ultimate aim of the monumental Royal Commission Report made public on Monday.


Royal Commission to review police force

The Government is to set up a Royal Commission to review the police force in totality.


Hussin: Marine unit must be with police force

KUALA LUMPUR: The Police Marine Operations Force (PMOF) must remain within the Police force and not be absorbed into the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (APMM).


Foundation works on changing negative perception of police force

MALACCA: Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF) is on a mission to clear the negative perception on the police force for not reducing the crime rate.


Police force needs to be bolder and ready to face change

KUALA LUMPUR: The police force needs to be bold and ever ready to make 'modifications' to tackle global, technological and cultural changes to stay relevant, said the Raja Muda of Perak.


Retired army men to beef up police force

Retired army personnel (ex-servicemen) will be recruited into the police force on a contractual basis as part of a move to expand it by another 60,000 over the next five years.


Afghan police force 'far from adequate' - U.S. report

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S.-trained Afghan police force is largely incapable of carrying out routine law enforcement, hobbled by an illiterate corps and