Crime negatively affects all Malaysia residents, regardless of race, religion or political affiliation. The causes of crime are complex and long term solutions need to consider social advancements of communities, poverty eradication, employment and education.

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The UAC campaign aims to ensure that the Malaysian public are aware of police initiatives to prevent and reduce crime, provides tips on keeping safe in Malaysia and finally, engenders community relations between the police and the rakyat.

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“I pledge to not be silent and help others when a crime is being committed.”

- Dato' Sri Idris Jala


15 ahli Geng 24 Appache diburu

Ogos 13, 2017- Polis Selangor memburu 15 ahli kongsi gelap Geng 24 Appache yang terlibat dalam pelbagai kes jenayah terancang menerusi Ops Regimen Khas bagi membanteras kegiatan gengsterism di negara ini.


15 Geng 24 Apachee diburu

Ogos 13, 2017 Selepas 28 ahli kumpulan kongsi gelap Geng 24 Apachee ditahan dalam Ops Regimen Khas mulai 17 Julai lalu, polis Selangor kini memburu 15 individu dipercayai ahli kumpulan berkenaan bagi membantu siasatan berhubung gangsterisme.

33 suspected 'Gang 24 Apache' members to be charged tomorrow

August 13, 2017 - Thirty-three suspected members of 'Gang 24 Apache’ are expected to be charged at Klang Sessions court tomorrow. Selangor police chief Datuk Mazlan Mansor said those detained were being investigated under Section 130V of the Penal Code for being a member of organised criminal group and Section 130W for assisting an organised criminal group.

Ahli Geng 24 Apache didakwa esok

Ogos 13, 2017- Seramai 33 ahli kongsi gelap Geng 24 Apache dijangka didakwa di Mahkamah Sesyen Klang, esok. Ketua Polis Selangor, Datuk Mazlan Mansor, berkata mereka ditahan menerusi Ops Cantas Khas yang dijalankan bermula 17 Julai lalu di daerah Klang dan sekitar Selangor.

Zahid urges police to work to discard public negative perception

July 26, 2017 - Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has urged the police to take steps to discard the negative perception of the public towards the force so that the people could enjoy peace-of-mind.

DPM: Malaysian police rated best in Asean region

July 26, 2017 -The Royal Malaysian Police has been rated by an international body as the best police force in Asean, says Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. The Deputy Prime Minister said that despite the recognition and the reduction of the country's crime index by some 47%, there was still negative public perception towards the police.

Lack of engagement reason for negative perception towards police: Zahid

July 26, 2017 - Negative perception towards the police force persists due to the lack of public engagement, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said today. Speaking at the 'Addressing Perception on Safety and Security' forum here today, he said the drop in crime index started after Datuk Seri Najib Razak's premiership in 2009 when he kicked off the national transformation programme

Nip gangsterism in the bud, urges crime prevention group

May 4, 2017 - Gangsterism must be tackled quickly to safeguard future generations, said Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF) senior vice-chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye. He said these criminal gangs do not just threaten public safety but also the younger generations who are the future of this nation.

School crime prevention program at SMK Air Itam

Apr 3, 2017- A School Crime Prevention Program was hosted by / held at SMK Air Itam on 3rd April 2017. A total of over 90 students representing 10 schools from Penang state were in attendance.

Crime rates have dropped by 40% since 2009 but Malaysians just don’t feel safe, no matter what the Government says

Jan 22, 2016- Dang Wangi District Police Chief ACP Zainol Samah pointed out that street crime rate in the federal capital showed a drastic decline of 37.7 per cent or by 439 cases last year compared to 2014, Bernama reports.

Crime index may have dropped, but Malaysians still feel unsafe

July 26, 2017 - The feeling of being unsafe is still prevalent among the general public despite a significant drop in the country's crime index, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi says. He said crime index has dropped 47 per cent over the last six years after the government had launched the Government Transformation Programme and introduced its Crime Reduction Initiatives.

Tackling crime, from the bottom up - Malaysia Untold | PEMANDU

It is highly unlikely the team would ever stumble on an actual crime taking place ... for the 11th MalaysiaPlan, which aims to reduce crime perception by 60% by...

NGO's urged to tackle public's negative perception on crime in Malaysia

Apr 1, 2017 - SUBANG JAYA: The Royal Malaysian Police statistic shows a 2.3% drop in crime cases in the country. However public perception about crime.

The battle between crime and the perception of crime in Kuala Lumpur...

Jan 26, 2016 - In fact, many people living in Malaysia believe that crime is on the rise. Why is there a big gap between reality and perception?

Public perception is still negative

Jan 10, 2017 - The crime index has gone down. However, public perception of the police is either still negative or remains unchanged.

Fear of crime among Malaysians drops to 61%: Deputy Prime Minister...

Dec 21, 2016 - KUALA LUMPUR: The fear of crime among Malaysians fell from 80 per cent... Key Result Area Reducing Crime: Perception of Crime Indicator, polled 14,393 ... Malaysia to deport 50 North Koreans despite ban: Deputy PM.

Crime index goes down, but perception of safety remains low

Dec 20, 2016 - KUALA LUMPUR: The crime index rate for Malaysia has decreased between 4.2 per to 12.6 per cent from 2011 until 2015. However, he said the perception in crime reduction remains low.... Zahid said the crime index statistics for six-year period from 2011 to 2016 consistently showed a...

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Johor Bahru, 21 Ogos 2015 – Karnival United Against Crime (UAC) 2015 telah diadakan di Padang B, Plaza Angsana Mall, Johor Bahru. Dalam karnival tersebut telah diadakan acara seperti senamrobik dari Persatuan Senamrobik Pasir Gudang, Taklimat Penyalahgunaan Dadah oleh Jabatan Siasatan Jenayah Narkotik (JSJN) PDRM dan Agensi Anti Dadah Kebangsaan (AADK), Mesej dari Penjara, Taklimat Wanita Perangi Jenayah Bersama AMANITA, Demonstrasi Kes Ragut serta pameran-pameran dari pelbagai jabatan dan agensi.

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United Against Crime Campaign

As part of the United Against Crime Campaign under the Government Transformation Program, PEMANDU, a Unit of the Prime Minister’s Department, is embarking on a crowdsourcing exercise to garner constructive feedback from the public on the level of fear of crime in Malaysia. This is part of a broader open innovation initiative, which is aimed to ultimately source for pragmatic and cost-effective solutions for crime prevention from the public.

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Reducing Crime NKRA (CRI NKRA)

The Reducing Crime NKRA (CRI NKRA) was created to respond to Malaysians’ concerns over crime in the country. The NKRA introduces change on all levels of crime enforcement to create more effective policing units and encouraging greater community ownership of the problem.

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All new United Against Crime website

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