Bukit Aman: drones effective in helping police to ensure security, control borders


  • Drones
  • Thursday, 19 Aug 2021

A policeman flying a drone, which the Bukit Aman Department of Internal Security and Public Order director says has been helpful in managing borders and gathering evidence. — fotoBERNAMA

The use of drones is effective in helping the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) to ensure security and maintain control at the country’s borders, as well as to record pictures and videos as evidence to bring to courts.

Bukit Aman Department of Internal Security and Public Order director Datuk Zainal Abidin Kasim said for that reason, PDRM needed more high-tech drones to help shoulder the increasingly challenging responsibilities.

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