The Selangor MCPF with the partnership of the Sunway Group is launching a Safety and Security Campaign 2016 in the Bandar Sunway Integrated City throughout the month of August to coincide with the Crime Prevention Month which also falls in August.. Various programmes and activities will be launched including awareness talk and demonstration on crime and narcotic issues and the threat on terrorism. Apart from that we will also be having exhibitions from the Police on crime, narcotic and career guidance in the Police Force. The target audience are ranging from kids, university student, staff of Sunway, tenants and business operators, security practitioners and also Resident Association members in the Bandar Sunway Township Complex. The program on August 17th 2016 for the second session is opened to Resident Association members of Bandar Sunway and is on first come first serve basis and seats are limited.  
       
  THE SELANGOR MCPF IS ORGANIZING A ‘MEET THE MEMBER SESSION’ ON APR 7th APR 2015 FROM 2.00 PM TO 7.00 PM AT THE SUNWAY LAGOON CLUB. THIS SESSION IS ONE OF ITS KIND WHEREBY DURING THIS EVENT 25 MCPF MEMBERS FROM SELANGOR STATE WILL BE EXPOSED ON THEIR ROLES AND FUNCTIONS AND THE ROLE THEY COULD PLAY IN CRIME PREVENTION IN THE SOCIETY. MASTER SAIFUL FROM THE KICK START ACADEMY WILL CONDUCT THE TRAINING.  
       
  UPON THE PROPOSAL BY THE SELANGOR MCPF, THE FEDERAL MCPF HAS ENDORSED THAT THE MCPF APART FROM HAVING COMMITTEES AT THE FEDERAL AND STATE LEVEL, SHOULD ALSO FORM THE DISTRICT LIAISON COMMITTEE (DLC) TO ENSURE THAT CRIME PREVENTION EFFORTS ARE ALSO BEING CARRIED OUT AT THE GRASS ROOT LEVELS. TO THIS EFFECT ALL THE 15 POLICE DISTRCTS IN SELANGOR WILL BE HAVING A DLC.  
       
  THE SELANGOR MCPF, THE DISTRICT OFFICE OF KUALA LANGAT TOGETHER WITH THE LOCAL AUTHORITY OF KUALA LANGAT DISTRICT WILL BE ORGANIZING A CRIME PREVENTION CAMPAIGN ENTITLED ‘COMMUNITY SAFETY’ ENCOMPASSING THE URBAN AND RURAL COMMUNITIES OF THE KUALA LANGAT DISTRICT BEFORE MID 2015.  
       
  THE SELANGOR MCPF IS ALSO CONTEMPLATING TO HOLD A MEGA ‘CRIME PREVENTION CAMPAIGN’ BEFORE MID 2015 AND TO BE ORGANIZED BY AN EVENT ORGANIZER AND AS A PART OF FUND RAISING ACTIVITY.  
       
  THE SELANGOR MCPF WILL ALSO BE EMBARKING ON FORMING MORE CRIME PREVENTION CLUBS (CPC) IN THE INSTITUE OF HIGHER LEARNING AND TO DATE TWO OF SUCH CLUBS HAS BEEN FORMED IN UNISEL AND UNITEN.  
       
  AS CRIME INVOLVING NON SCHOOL GOERS AGED BETWEEN 7 YRS OLD TO 18 YEARS OLD HAS BEEN ON THE INCREASE COMPARATIVELY BETWEEN 2013 1ND 2014, THE SELANGOR MCPF WILL STRIVE FURTHER TO CONDUCT MORE ACTIVITIES WITHIN THIS QUARTER.  
 
  THE SUNWAY GROUP HAS DONATED RM200,000 TO THE SELANGOR MCPF ON 29 AUG 2014, IN ORDER TO ENABLE THE SELANGOR MCPF TO CONDUCT MORE ACTIVITIES IN YEARS AHEAD.  
       
  THE PDRM HAS APPROVED 450 AUXILIARY POLICE (AP) PERSONNEL TO THE GROUP AND TO DATE 317 HAS BEEN SENT FOR TRAINING AND ARE SERVING IN THE BANDAR SUNWAY TOWNSHIP AND OTHER SUNWAY SUBSIDIARIES IN PENANG, IPOH AND JOHOR. THE AP PERSONNEL HAS INDEED CONTRIBUTED TO THE CRIME PREVENTION EFFORT UNDER THE SUNWAY GROUP.  
 
Personal Safety
 

Always be aware of your surroundings. If you feel you are in danger go to a place where there are plenty of people, like a shop, service station or business displaying a yellow Safety House sticker.

 

What Should I Do?

  Always keep enough money for a taxi or telephone call.  
  Have your keys ready before you get to your home or car  
  Carry a personal alarm or whistle if you have reason to feel unsafe  
  Where possible, park your car in a busy, well lit area  
  If someone in a car threatens you, run in the opposite direction the car is facing  
  If attacked, shout as loudly as you can.  

If we stop one person from committing a crime, there is a good chance we will prevent them carrying out further crimes. We need you to provide us with any information you have on crime, even if you can't identify the offender.

Information retrieved may assist investigators to apprehend offenders and develop police and community crime prevention strategies.

 

Please report all information including:

  Description of offenders  
  Direction offenders headed  
  Time  
  Details of offence  
  Car registration  
  Witness details  
 

Nuisance Calls

  Never give out personal information over the telephone to unknown callers  
  Nuisance callers will often try to upset you. As soon as you feel that a call is unusual, hang up. If the calls persist, contact your telephone service provider and seek their advice.  
 

Out and About

  Don't let the fear of crime rule your life and stop you from enjoying the things you like doing. A few simple precautions can considerably reduce your risk.  
  It is best not to carry large sums of money. Try to pay large bills by cheque.  
  If you carry a purse or bag, hold it under your arm or in front of you. Never leave it unattended. If you use a wallet, put it inside your jacket or a front pocket instead of your bag, then if your bag does get snatched your wallet will still be safe. Try not to carry more money than you need.  
  Check the used car you're buying isn't stolen and has no unpaid monies owing on it. Call the Register of Encumbered Vehicles.  
  If you believe you are in danger: Don't open the door to anyone you don't know and trust.  
 

Visitors

  If someone is at the door and you are alone and feel a bit frightened, pretend there is someone else in the house. If someone wants to use your telephone for an emergency, don't feel rude not to let them in. Offer to make the call for them - if they are a genuine caller they will not mind.  
  Be suspicious of people requesting entry to your home to check appliances or equipment. Ask to see their identity card and take time to look at it carefully before letting them in. If you are still unsure, ring their company to check. If in doubt, keep them out.  
  Make sure your home number can be clearly seen from the street. This not only helps in emergencies, it makes it easier for visitors to find your home.  
  Be discreet if you live alone. It is better not to indicate on house directories or name plates that you are a Ms, Miss, Mrs or Mr. Just use your surname.  
  Make arrangements to have regular contact with someone you trust. Try setting up a code like three rings on a telephone each morning or simply lifting your blind up at the start of each day so they know you're OK.  

Don't be afraid you will make things worse by involving the police. We can help you and protect you.

Call 999 in an emergency

 
Protect Yourself From Violent Crime
 

A list of tips for adults on staying safe

 
  Don’t walk or jog early in the morning or late at night when the streets are deserted.  
  When out at night, try to have a friend walk with you.  
  Carry only the money you’ll need on a particular day.  
  Don’t display your cash or any other inviting targets such as pagers, cell phones, hand-held electronic games, or expensive jewelry and clothing.  
  If you think someone is following you, switch directions or cross the street. If the person continues to follow you, move quickly toward an open store or restaurant or
a lighted house. Don’t be afraid to yell for help.
 
  Try to park in well-lighted areas with good visibility and close to walkways, stores, and people.  
  Make sure you have your key out as you approach your door.  
  Always lock your car, even if it’s in your own driveway; never leave your motor running.  
  Do everything you can to keep a stranger from getting into your car or to keep a stranger from forcing you into his or her car.  
  If a dating partner has abused you, do not meet him or her alone. Do not let him or her in your home or car when you are alone.  
  If you are a battered spouse, call the police or sheriff immediately. Assault is a crime, whether committed by a stranger or your spouse or any other family member. If you believe that you and your children are in danger, call a crisis hotline or a health center (the police can also make a referral) and leave immediately.  
  If someone tries to rob you, give up your property—don’t give up your life.  
  If you are robbed or assaulted, report the crime to the police. Try to describe the attacker accurately. Your actions can help prevent someone else from becoming a victim.  
 
Neighborhood Safety Tips For Parents
 

Unfortunately no neighborhood is completely immune to crime.
However, there are steps you can take to help keep your neighborhood safe.

 
      Know where your children are. Have your children tell you or ask permission before leaving the house and give them a time to check in or be home. When possible, have them leave a phone number of where they will be.  
      Help children learn important phone numbers. Have your children practice reciting their home phone number and address, and your work and cell phone numbers. If they have trouble memorizing these, write them down on a card and have them carry it at all times. Tell your children where you will be and the best way to reach you.  
      Set limits on where your children can go in your neighborhood. Do you want them crossing busy roads? Playing in alleys or abandoned buildings? Are there certain homes in your neighborhood that you don't want your children to go to?  
      Get to know your children's friends. Meet their parents before letting your children to go to their home and keep a list of their phone numbers. If you can't meet their parents, call and talk to them. Ask what your children might do at their house and if they will be supervised.  
      Choose a safe house in your neighborhood. Pick a neighbor's house where your children can go if they need help. Point out other places they can go for help, like stores, libraries, and police stations.  
      Teach children to settle arguments with words, not fists. Role-play talking out problems, walking away from fist fights, and what to do when confronted with bullies. Remind them that taunting and teasing can hurt friends and make enemies.  
      Work together with your neighbors. Watch out for suspicious and unusual behavior
    in your neighborhood. Get to know your neighbors and their children so you can look out for one another.
     
     
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