Saturday October 27, 2012
Selangor police chiefs urged to check their e-mails from public
Stories by EDWARD R. HENRY
POLICE chiefs in all districts in Selangor have been urged to check the official e-mails that come in from the public so as to maintain good relations and build a network for information on crime patterns.
Selangor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah said all districts have an official e-mail and the public can send information or constructive suggestions on crime.
“Our men are required to read through the e-mails and filter the information for action to be taken. I want all officers in-charge of the police departments (OCPD) in the districts to check the e-mails and build a network of contacts,” he said.
DCP Tun Hisan added that the public can use the e-mail channel to seek clarification on various matters.
“We at the Selangor Police Contingent are committed to serve the people and we want the people to support our crime preventive measures at the district level. E-mails sent to the police can be in point form and information must be clear for our men to do follow-ups,” he said.
Subang Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Yahaya Ramli and Klang OCPD Asst Comm Mohamad Mat Yusop said they go through the e-mails in the morning and evenings.
“Our schedules are tight with meetings on much needed crime measures to be taken but we do take time in the late evenings to go through the e-mails and make notes on matters that concern public safety,” said ACP Yahaya.
ACP Mohamad encouraged the public to continue to provide feedback to the Klang South police.