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Ang pow cops transferred

In Rasuah Polis on July 18, 2008 at 3:30 am

Star | Four policemen from the Gemas police station have been transferred out after a colleague lodged a report alleging that they received “ang pow” running into thousands of ringgit every month from those involved in illegal activities.

State police chief Datuk Osman Salleh said more policemen would be transferred out once investigations were completed.

“We have yet to conclude investigations but we expect more to be transferred out from there,” he said when met yesterday.

Last Friday, the policeman, a corporal in his early 40s, lodged a report that his colleagues were accepting “protection” money from those involved in illegal activities.

The policeman was apparently unhappy with the officer-in-charge (OCS) at the station, an inspector and a sergeant at the station because they were allegedly taking the lion’s share of the “ang pow” while the other rank-and-file officers received very little.

The sergeant, in retaliation, lodged a report against the corporal alleging that the latter had sold some items belonging to the station to scrap dealers.

It is understood that the corporal had disposed of some of the station’s old wooden and iron furniture to the dealer.

Osman said the corporal was apparently unhappy because he had received his transfer orders prior to the incident.

“He had been working in Gemas for some time and did not want to leave. It was then that he decided to lodge a report against his colleagues,” he said.

Osman said the allegations against the OCS was also questionable, as he had been stationed there for less than six months.

However, Osman said the transfer of the four did not mean they were guilty.

“This is a normal procedure. We will take action if there is hard evidence to suggest that they had been on the take,” he said.

It is understood that the Anti-Corruption Agency has also started a probe into the matter.

PBS @ Polis Bela Samseng

In Belit POlis, Rasuah Polis on May 22, 2008 at 4:00 am

malaysiatoday - [...] Pada lebih kurang jam 3.30 petang, 20 Mei 2008, saya dan pekerja saya dihalang masuk ke kebun yang didaftarkan atas nama isteri saya, ROSE LAMBASING (PT 91240583) oleh sebelas orang lelaki yang mendakwa diri mereka bekerja dengan Alimuddin Mohd Ajay dan David Udin yang menceroboh tanah kami di Skim Pekebun Kecil Tingkayu, Kunak. Saya melihat empat orang lelaki menceroboh, menyabit dan mencuri buah kelapa sawit di kebun saya. Jalan menuju ke kebun saya juga dihadang dengan rantai dan dikawal ketat. Saya datang ke balai membuat laporan agar polis menyiasat dan menangkap Alimuddin dan semua samseng upahannya kerana mereka mengingkari Injunksi Mahkamah dan juga arahan Pesuruhjaya Polis Sabah. Laporan ini juga dibuat agar polis menyiasat dan menangkap Pengerusi Syarikat Kerjasama Perkembangan Tanah Tingkayu Berhad, Hajjah Alinah Usman Suing kerana bersubahat dengan Alimuddin melakukan jenayah ‘criminal tress-passing’, ‘Contemp of Court’ dan mencuri buah kelapa sawit saya. Sehingga hari ini, lebih kurang 150 tan buah kelapa sawit saya bernilai RM105,000 telah dicuri oleh Alimuddin. Alimuddin juga turut memusnahkan rumah saya dan mencuri barang-barang yang terdapat dalam rumah tersebut yang bernilai lebih kurang RM10,000.

SURAT…. Rajinnya Pesuruhjaya Polis Sabah menulis surat pada hari cuti umum. Hai ada apa-apa ke?

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Police extortionists in Balakong

In Belit POlis, Rasuah Polis on May 17, 2008 at 11:35 am

malaysiatoday – [...] There were few of the workers who seemed to be very quiet; they sat by themselves and had their snacks. They were probably those who had failed to become university lecturers in their own countries for some reasons or other and had to come to Balakong to work in factories. They looked smart.

Balakong is probably the acronym of a Chinese-Indian of Bala Kong, if my guess is right. It is a place where there are many factories. And as I looked around, I could find new ones are being built. Times must be good for the factory owners of a host of things.

One could easily get all the parts one needs to construct a jetplane and if one is clever, one could even use all the parts that they make in the factories to assemble a nuclear bomb, except that he has to source for plutonium or uranium elsewhere.

I checked and found police patrol cars cruising the streets, mostly in the day. I thought, how could it be that bad, living and working in this place with so many police patrol cars surveiling this area; it must be safe.

But no; these police patrol cars are not here to look after the people and factories; they are here to extort the poor and hapless foodstall owners.

Imagine seeing patrol cars from Kajang and Semenyih coming over, and stopping by the side of the stalls and they get RM15 per trip.

I have been told that everyday three police patrol cars stop by each of the stalls, so they get RM45 per day – in extortion money.

And there are around ten to fifteen stalls here and each stall has to pay extortion money totalling RM1,350 per month which is more than what any police constable earns a month.

Often the policemen in the patrol cars also ate or took away food or drinks but without paying.

But, the problem is that most of the stalls are said to be illegally erected stalls, so that is why their owners are reluctant to lodge police reports.

Some of them had, but the police beat base in Taming had refused to take any action them. One had even lodged a police report with Bukit Aman and had been invited for an investigation and was told by the officer that the police patrol cars were straying. Yet, they did not do anything.… selanjutnya.

Sabah’s cop refused to receive reports?

In Rasuah Polis on April 9, 2008 at 10:18 am

Star - A probe is underway following allegations that police personnel in a Sabah east coast district refused to receive reports that a company had “seized” nearly 800ha of oil palm plantations from small holders.

State Police Commissioner Datuk Noor Rashid Ibrahim said he had asked for reports on the matter from officers at the Kunak police station.

“We want to get to the bottom of this. Anyone should be allowed to lodge a report. They should not be stopped from doing so,” he said following news reports quoting an affected smallholder that Kunak police did not “entertain” their bid to lodge reports against certain individuals.

Noor Rashid said those who could not lodge the reports should personally contact him.

He said police would also look into allegations that the company had hired about 100 foreigners armed with samurai swords and attack dogs to drive away the small holders who had been cultivating the land now worth some RM40mil. More…

RASUAH POLIS TURUN 0.1% …. satu kejayaan?

In Rasuah Polis on March 29, 2008 at 12:22 pm

Gejala rasuah dan salah guna kuasa di kalangan anggota polis menurun sebanyak 0.1 peratus sejak kempen pemakaian lencana ‘Saya Anti Rasuah’ dijalankan pada 2005.

Ketua Polis Negara Tan Sri Musa Hassan berkata ini menunjukkan keberkesanan kempen yang telah dilancarkan itu bagi memerangi rasuah di kalangan anggotanya.

“Kita masih teruskan kempen tersebut bagi memerangi gejala rasuah habis-habisan dengan pemakaian lencana baru iaitu ‘Integriti Amalan Kita,” katanya pada sidang akhbar selepas majlis perasmian program polis bersama masyarakat di perkarangan Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) di sini.

Musa berkata pemakaian lencana baru itu dapat membina kerohanian dan sahsiah diri anggotanya di samping membangunkan modal insan yang dapat melatih anggota supaya tidak terjebak dengan rasuah dan salah guna kuasa.

“Walaupun bermacam-macam program telah dilancarkan, sebagai manusia kita tidak dapat lari daripada mengalami perubahan. Saya tidak nafikan masih ada pegawai dan anggota yang terlibat dengan gejala tidak baik ini. Tak ada sesiapa pun yang dapat lari daripada undang-undang,” katanya. Musa berkata pihaknya akan meneruskan usaha untuk mendidik anggota dan supaya ia dapat dihayati oleh semua pegawai polis.

Katanya setiap anggota bawahan akan dipantau oleh pegawai atasan supaya tindakan tegas dapat diambil bagi membanteras gejala tidak sihat ini.

“Sesiapa yang ingkar, tindakan tegas akan dikenakan,” tegasnya.

Berucap ketika melancarkan program itu, Musa berkata ia bertujuan memperhebatkan lagi dasar kemasyarakatan yang dilancarkan di seluruh negara sempena sambutan Hari Polis ke-201 bagi menonjolkan tahap profesionalisme Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) di mata masyarakat. more…

Pegawai Kanan Polis Terima Rasuah RM75,000 Ditahan BPR

In Rasuah Polis on March 26, 2008 at 9:06 pm

KUALA LUMPUR, 27 Mac (Bernama) — Seorang pegawai kanan polis dari Ibupejabat Polis Dearah (IPD) Gombak dekat sini ditahan Badan Pencegah Rasuah (BPR) Selangor petang tadi kerana disyaki menerima suapan kira-kira RM75,000 daripada seorang anggota sindiket curi kereta.

Pengarah Siasatan Ibu pejabat BPR Datuk Shukri Abdul berkata pegawai kanan berusia lingkungan 50an itu ditahan pukul 1 petang di IPD berkenaan dan terus dibawa ke pejabat BPR Selangor untuk siasatan.

Beliau berkata pegawai kanan itu disyaki menerima suapan bagi tidak mengenakan tindakan ke atas sindiket curi kereta tersebut.

“Kita akan menahannya selama 24 jam bagi menjalankan siasatan di bawah Seksyen 11 (a) Akta Pencegahan Rasuah 1997,” katanya ketika dihubungi Bernama di sini, Rabu.

Beliau berkata sekiranya selepas 24 jam dan siasatan mendapati pegawai itu perlu disambung penahannya, BPR akan mendapatkan perintah tahanan reman di bawah 117 Kanun Acara Jenayah esok.

Sementara itu Ketua Bahagian Siasatan Jenayah Selangor SAC II Mazlan Mansor ketika dihubungi mengesahkan penahanan tersebut.

No2umnO – satu kes RM75,000 ….? Berapa kes dah? Berapa tahun dah? Berapa kaya dah ….? Patut ramai yang jutawan. Tukar baju, tukar unform, tukar cogankata, semua tukar pun tak guna kalau perangai masih lama. Rompak bertamabah, jenayah bertambah ………

Policeman gets 54 months’ jail for graft

In Rasuah Polis on March 15, 2008 at 11:07 am

PUTRAJAYA: A police lance corporal was sentenced to 54 months’ jail after being found guilty of 13 counts of corruption involving RM32,500 by the Miri Sessions Court yesterday.
A press statement from the Anti-Corruption Agency said judge Azhari Kamal Ramli also slapped a RM20,000 fine on Robert Tira Erai.

According to the facts of the case, Robert, 40, had corruptly accepted the money, paid through his personal accounts with Bank Bumiputra Berhad and Bank Simpanan Nasional between July 19, 1997 and Feb 5, 1998, as an inducement not to take action against two men involved in vice activities.

Azhari Kamal granted a stay of execution pending appeal. Robert, however, was required to settle the fine.

MUSA HASSAN …. Message for you

In Rasuah Polis on March 6, 2008 at 12:53 am

POLIS DAN RASUAH BAGAIKAN KEMBAR SEIRAS

In Rasuah Polis on February 14, 2008 at 3:42 pm

ASP tidak mengaku salah makan suap

JOHOR BAHARU: Seorang Penolong Penguasa Polis. Khamis, mengaku tidak bersalah di Mahkamah Sesysen di sini terhadap dua pertuduhan menerima rasuah berjumlah RM80,000 lebih setahun lepas.

Bagi pertuduhan pertama, ASP Abdullah Mohamad, 51, dari Bandar Baru Uda didakwa menerima suapan sebanyak RM50,000 daripada Yu Kim Fook dari Taman Bukit Jaya, Ulu Tiram sebagai dorongan untuk melepaskannya yang disyaki terlibat dalam aktiviti pengedaran dadah.

Dia didakwa melakukan kesalahan tersebut di Jabatan Siasatan Jenayah Narkotik, Ibu Pejabat Polis Kontinjen Johor pada pukul 3.30 petang, 5 Dis 2006 lalu.

Bagi pertuduhan kedua, bapa kepada empat orang anak itu didakwa bersubahat dengan Lans Koperal Abdul Rahim Samsudin untuk memperoleh suapan sebanyak RM30,000 daripada Yu di Taman Daya, pada kira-kira 9.30 malam, 8 Dis 2006 bagi tujuan yang sama. More..

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Tiga anggota polis dan seorang anggota kastam dituduh rasuah

KLANG: Tiga anggota polis berpangkat Lans Koperal dan seorang penguasa kastam mengaku tidak bersalah di Mahkamah Sesyen di sini hari ini terhadap pertuduhan berasingan menerima rasuah.

Tiga anggota polis berkenaan adalah Mohamad Nor Abdullah, Zakaria Othman dan Baharom Md Ludin manakala penguasa kastam adalah Elango a/l Kaliani Sundram dari Wisma Kastam, Pelabuhan Klang.

Mohamad Nor menghadapi tiga tuduhan iaitu pertama, meminta suapan wang RM2,000 daripada Tan Wee Chee dan Mohd Yusof Saad pada 18 Feb 2006 di Kampung Pasir Tuntong Bukit Rotan Kuala Selangor antara pukul 3 hingga 5 pagi supaya tidak mengambil tindakan ke atas mereka berdua yang mengambil kerang tanpa lesen. More…

POLIS RASUAH LAGI ARI NI

In Rasuah Polis on January 29, 2008 at 10:56 am


Chief inspector detained for graft
thestar
By A. LETCHUMANAN

MALACCA: Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) officers detained a 49-year-old chief inspector Monday on suspicion of accepting a RM600 bribe in relation to a court case.

The chief inspector from the Tampin police station, who is a prosecuting officer, has been remanded for investigations until Saturday.

It is believed that the chief inspector was detained following the detention of a 45-year-old lance corporal from Tampin police station by the ACA last Friday.

The lance corporal was freed on bail after a statement was recorded.

Sources said the lance corporal had demanded RM1,000 to “resolve” a case involving the seizure of karaoke sets from an entertainment centre.

State ACA director Idrs Zaharudin confirmed the arrest of the chief inspector but refused to elaborate.

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