Grab drivers to receive NUR alerts and help find missing children

(l-r) Grab driver-partner Dayang Norhafiza Ahmad, PDRM Criminal Investigation Department deputy director Datuk Salehhudin Abd Rahman, Yeoh, Goh, and driver-partner Jason Chan Chee Chuan at the announcement of Grab's collaboration with PDRM.

Grab will work with the police to keep an eye out for missing children, with its driver-partners to receive National Urgent Response (NUR) Alerts.

The ride hailing platform says it will leverage its driver-partner network in 35 cities and major townships across the country, by forwarding them NUR Alerts by the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) and requesting driver's help to find the children.

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