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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.

Netizens laud cop who rescues puppy while manning roadblock

Despite his hectic schedule, a police personnel took a break from manning a roadblock to save a puppy which had fallen into a monsoon drain nearby.

She bursts into tears when asked to comply with MCO…

A seemingly normal Covid-19 Operation patrol to enforce the Movement Control Order (MCO) had led two policemen to a couple and their daughter at a park in Tampoi, Johor Bahru.

No Police Day celebration, focus on enforcing MCO

The Police Day Celebration was cancelled so that the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) can fully focus on enforcing the Movement Control Operation (MCO) today

Lorry crashed into roadblock, 5 policemen injured

Five policemen were injured after a lorry crashed into the Covid-19 Operation roadblock at Jalan Syed Putra at about 12.45am this morning.

LTTE: Did the police arrest without evidence? – Aminuddin

The decision of Attorney-General Tan Sri Tommy Thomas by dropping proceeding against all SOSMA detainees accused of supporting the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) with immediate effect has taken the country by storm.