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Bukit Aman opens two investigation papers on Mohd Asri

Bukit Aman has opened two investigation papers on the two video recordings involving the interview of Hot Burger Founder, Mohd Asri Hamid who is also known as Asri Janggut.

Former police corporal jailed 14 years, fined RM70,000 for corruption

A former police corporal was sentenced to a total of 14 years’ jail and RM70,000 fine by the Sessions Court here today for two counts of corruption, involving RM13,000.

Police file charges against pregnant woman for making false report on...

Labuan Police will file a criminal charge against a pregnant woman for making false police report about her being assaulted and robbed of RM5,500 in cash and gold necklace outside of a restaurant restroom

Police did not give up on bringing Jho Low back

Bukit Aman will not give up on tracking Low Taek Jho or Jho Low. Various efforts have been mobilised to bring the fugitive back to face justice.

Despite warning, advice, interstate travel attempts still high

Attempts to travel interstate which is a violation of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) continue to rise with the latest 842 vehicles trying to make their way back to their hometown.

Woman who shouted ‘idiot’ at police pleads guilty, fined RM3,100

Sales Manager, Tong Poh Kim, 44, pleaded guilty to two charges of obstructing public servant in the discharge of public functions during an Op Covid-19 roadblock at Persiaran Surian during the Movement Control Order (MCO).

Police to make home visits during Aidilfitri celebration – Ismail Sabri

Don't be surprised when the police come knocking at your door to check on your house during this Aidilfitri celebration.

No clash between Rohingya, MPS enforcement team in Selayang – PDRM

Police have denied that there was an altercation between a group of Rohingya refugees and Selayang Municipal Council  (MPS) personnel at the Selayang Wholesale Market.

Police open 4 investigation papers on Rohingya provocations

The police have started its investigation on the Facebook account which published a FB live post which contained criminal threats and insults to the Malays by a Rohingya man in the country.

Aberdeen Patrol System in Selangor to ensure MCO compliance

Those who violate the Movement Control Order (MCO) would face harsher punishment as the enforces will no longer tolerate any non-compliance.