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sarawakian
07-02-2010, 04:04 PM
How would we as residents of Subang Jaya and USJ perceive the police and their services so far? Anything that we can get them to improve? :rolleyes:

zinglicious
07-02-2010, 04:43 PM
I would like to start on the positive note - they are friendly. Been to the Balai and spoken to a few on the street. Even the forumers dining over at my place were surprised to see polis rondaaan around. Either because some VVIP been dining over in my place, or because the Shell and Esso is just next to mine. :) :D :)

Sentinel
07-02-2010, 05:09 PM
Until the Kugan death in custody is fully explained, there will always be a blemish on the USJ team / station. Sorry but thats the truth.

bslee
07-02-2010, 05:26 PM
Until the Kugan death in custody is fully explained, there will always be a blemish on the USJ team / station. Sorry but thats the truth.

Can I assume it more or less case tutup or NFA since Malaysia mudah lupa or sudah lupa, lebih kurang.

tupai
07-02-2010, 07:55 PM
SS17 balai OCS C.I.Sulaiman and his men are doing a good job.
Friendly counter service and regular rondas (esp. around my area :p

3 boxes of Kum will be dropping on them soon. :D

Yang Berkonfiden dgn balai ss17 latotupai :)

bslee
07-02-2010, 07:59 PM
3 boxes of Kum will be dropping on them soon. :D


Hoi!... di tuduh RASUAH :eek: nanti!... hahaahah! :D :D

mWong
08-02-2010, 02:04 AM
SS17 balai OCS C.I.Sulaiman and his men are doing a good job.
Friendly counter service and regular rondas (esp. around my area :p ......
Yang Berkonfiden dgn balai ss17 latotupai :)
I've noticed more patrolling. Lately, haven't been hearing of snatch thefts in SS17 & SS14.

Interesting titbit: Read the Wikipedia's definition for snatch theft. Sigh.. :rolleyes:

tupai
08-02-2010, 10:30 AM
Hoi!... di tuduh RASUAH :eek: nanti!... hahaahah! :D :D
Been doing that for years already lah. The past 3-4 OCS all know me lah. 2 are bikers too :p

Every Hari Raya, I send over a C4 hamper + cookies...
CNY, boxes of Kums lah...

Rasuah? or otherwise, unless being suspended by my tail outta 14flr window,I wont admit to anythinglah! :p

Yang Bagi Kums dgn hati yg jujur latotupai

AllUrban
08-02-2010, 10:50 AM
some people are obviously paying attention to their presence.

Let me relate this story:

This morning at the Metropolitan roundabout, a young lady driving a Toyota Camry in the inside lane of the roundabout is exiting onto Kewajipan twoards SJMC.

She does what many people do at roundabouts...cut too close to the outside.

Unfortunately, she cuts in front of someone driving a black Nissan Murano with tinted windows.

m noticed that the black murano started to follow the camry, turning left on SS15/7A, and then again on SS15/7 (past the college).

When the Camry turned left onto SS15/8, the Murano followed.

By the time m got there, he noticed that the Murano had backed up to SS15/7 and made a u-turn.

When he turned onto SS15/8 he understood why - the camry had stopped opposite the pondok polis :eek:

Who knows what would have happened if the polis did not have a physical presence there.

Cheers, m

cskok8
08-02-2010, 12:18 PM
Every Hari Raya, I send over a C4 hamper + cookies...


Better not use THAT abbreviation.
:D

sarawakian
08-02-2010, 12:50 PM
Any thoughts on USJ? Somehow, I see lots in Sunway area but they need to deploy better as they are more at the entrance and exits and not walking at the backlanes and such to weed up some scary people. Saw these last sat...aiyoh...

tupai
08-02-2010, 01:10 PM
Better not use THAT abbreviation.
:D

C4 = carrefour
C4 = Say-for in cantonis
C4 = Die fire also in cantonis/inglis translation
C4 = Si-F%$#@ in spanish

But U r wicked to think
C4 = Very safe yet very kaboom plastic explosive :eek:


Yang Busy since 4th C latotupai :cool:

sarawakian
08-02-2010, 09:59 PM
alamak :eek:

I do hope the police improve on their social image as now da kids say" dad, if they are good, why they smoke and dress scary?" Told em that they need to be like that to spy spy...then I got stumped...they retorted" No class lah dad!" :(

StonTemplePilot
08-02-2010, 10:54 PM
99.9% rotten eggs, 0.1% good cops...that's my perception

sarawakian
08-02-2010, 10:59 PM
That's what the kids say nowadays.....my cousins have no regard for them especially on how they were treated when their house got broken into....I told them speak to inspector....they say...speak for what...and say if speak also they do nothing about the personnel...so no need lor...and if speak...nanti kena hentam pulak...

So if we ourselves doubt, how would we educate our kids that this is a noble profession when banyak issue? :rolleyes:

tupai
08-02-2010, 11:05 PM
totally disagree. A swallow doe not make a summer.

But then again every rakyak is entitled to his own opinion. Blur sotong Children included.

Who we gonna call for help if the parang holding orang minyak came into your hosue and bashing down your bedroom door at 4am ? Who u gonna call? Ghost busters?

Yang Berharap pdrm for better or for worst latotupai :o

sarawakian
08-02-2010, 11:07 PM
True but try telling that to the kids...remember. they will rule the land we now walk and as for now...the men in uniform would be really be in a hard time lest something is done. I dunno what but kids will be so different and most will become even braver with things they do not believe nor trust... :D


Ah..as with the orang minyak..after the incident, my cousins say...perhaps the self defence is the best law....now thta's scary!

sarawakian
10-02-2010, 11:02 PM
I have another story from another person:

Went to make a report on house break in. Call polis...took about 30 mins to come. came, ask question like...what happen and look around and ask to go balai. Door bbroken, ask polis how? Polis say ask neighour to jaga lah! Go balai, make report. Waitfor Invwstigating Officer. IO will come they say..ask balik rumah. Go rumah. Wait 1 hour plus. IO sampai. look look see see...dust here and there then say prints cannot lift...ask how now...IO say...will look into it.


So folks, is this a typical situation?

zinglicious
11-02-2010, 06:28 AM
Same story across the board in the govt dept like a MOIC - medical Officer in charge. Once in the rural area midnight, my son had an asthamtic attack but was told MOIC not around. The attendant was trying to give a steroidal treatment to my son instead of the inhaler or mask up machine! Took him all the way to Ipoh GH where he was able to get proper treatment.

BTW, had both experience in US - a big difference - Polis oops... Cops came within 3 to 5 minutes of call. sumore in 3 cars to locate the suspects.....Came next day to take down statement ( no need to go downtown for report ) and even offer compensation of loss of income and medical if I suffered any injuries under the courtesy of Philadelphia City.

Called 911 and send son for hospital treatment for swallowing of a penny, got immediate attention in the emergence unit. Real doctors sumore - not some penolong-penolong to do scan and treatment.

Anyway, this sort of attitude has to change from the top......Read a meaningful signature from one of the forumers - the rakyat shouldnt fear the Gomen, the Gomen should fear the Rakyat.

besitai2007
11-02-2010, 12:01 PM
In December 2009 the missus and I were visiting friends and stayed overnight at their place when my handphone indicated that my house alarm went off at 2.30 am in the morning. Rushed to the house to check after I shut off the alarm with my hp. Missus was too scared to let me check the house (in case the burglars were still inside) and I called for a patrol car to assist. In about 10 minutes a white patrol car came with two cops. They accompanied us into the house and we checked. Everthing seemed ok. Cops didn't even look annoyed. They gave a friendly smile and reassured us. After that they left and even said not to hesitate to call them if there is any problem in the future. Now that is a big plus to our Subang cops.

I checked to see why my alarm system went off like that (the zone indicated was the roof) by calling my alarm contractor. After checking, the guy found all the roof tiles intact and the empty space between the ceiling and roof appears to be free of any animal intrusion (cats and rats). He told me that my motion sensor was located just below my turbine air exhaust fan on the roof. Apparently when the weather conditions change and a pronounced updraft of air currents could be created and it could set off the alarm. I'm no expert but this is something to share with forum members. Next time if your alarm goes off in the roof zone (between the ceiling and the tiled roof) check the sensitivity of the motion sensor installed in the roof and location of exhaust fans if have any. Helps to prevent annoyed neighbours from banging at your gate.

sarawakian
12-02-2010, 04:24 PM
That's good. There are sme good fellas too. So folks, share the story good or bad.

tictactoe
12-02-2010, 08:46 PM
They have been ronda -ing my area(USJ6) these past few days, saw them daily - either in patrol car or 2 cops on a bike. Hope they keep it up.

tupai
13-02-2010, 01:13 PM
the patrol had been beefed up since 3months ago all over SJ. Its just that residents do not notice...

tis morn, 2men in blue on bike stopped by at my neighb 3doors away, to check on the house..ti neigh had submitted the Balik kampong form to ss17 balai, and the cops are delivering on the promise to check on houses that registered on this community safety kempen :)

8Tabik spring* to CI Ins. Sulaiman & his men. :D

Yang Berada di'umah Keong Hee Huat Chai latotupai :D

sarawakian
28-02-2010, 12:04 PM
It is interesting to note that some areas have more police patrols than most. Is this because the community there are more demanding or is it that they get oranges more? :rolleyes:

tupai
28-02-2010, 05:09 PM
It is interesting to note that some areas have more police patrols than most. Is this because the community there are more demanding or is it that they get oranges more? :rolleyes:

...either way, it surely beats the hell outta those residents, who only know how to bitch, yet not doing anything to make a significant difference to his own backyard let alone, his community, no?

I am gettting my share of the pdrm ronda, and I am happy as a frog in the recent downpour.. :D

Oh, eat your heart out for those NATO around, in MY BACKYARD the mpsj peep also are diligently upkeep the playground, clear the rubbish, sweep the roads and heck! even promised a new set of playground equipment! :D What more can a Blur sotong ask for? Isn't life great? :p

Kudos to pdrm ss17 Balai and Mpsj exp. JKP Zone 1. :D *tabik spring*

Yang Bahagia macam katak in duh rain latotupai :D

sarawakian
28-02-2010, 07:41 PM
ok ok...the next time I get those in USJ11 and USJ10 to give them more oranges and some DDQ meat.....and maybe secret recipe cake...then we hopefully get MPSJ to clean up Taipan as well as USJ 11 with more patrols.... :eek:

joni
28-02-2010, 09:32 PM
ok ok...the next time I get those in USJ11 and USJ10 to give them more oranges and some DDQ meat.....and maybe secret recipe cake...then we hopefully get MPSJ to clean up Taipan as well as USJ 11 with more patrols.... :eek:

Today is Chap Goh Mei, last day of CNY.

Usually, offering of mandarin oranges to the police or deliver to the station before CNY is our genuine intention & we don't expect for any immediate return ; Giving with an expectation for return brings misery, Be faithful and honest from deep inside our heart.

At times, we may not satisfy with their service, but most of the time their response to our call are ok. For them to be around, we have to support them too.

sarawakian
01-03-2010, 11:16 AM
hahahhahahhahaha..true...but we must help in the correct way like getting their bossies to ahev more patrol cars too .

I think that it is still good if the police personnel with families are placed within the community and in each Taman, not in a police highrise. Thsoe highrise would be good for those who are "bujang"

:rolleyes:

AllUrban
01-03-2010, 11:17 AM
It is interesting to note that some areas have more police patrols than most. Is this because the community there are more demanding or is it that they get oranges more? :rolleyes::eek:

It's unfair comments like that, based on bigoted perceptions like that which undermine the efforts that people are making in the community.

If you honestly think a few oranges will change the way the police conduct their patrols...then I really dont know what to say....except that your perceptions would probably stay the same no matter what anyone does.

I think the appropriate phrase is 'lost cause' ... or should I just shorten it to 'lost'? :D

Cheers, m

sarawakian
01-03-2010, 11:19 AM
hahahhahah...tell me honestly you believe this is not happening and that we are not living a lie? :rolleyes:

AllUrban
01-03-2010, 11:24 AM
hahahhahah...tell me honestly you believe this is not happening and that we are not living a lie? :rolleyes:I know that corruption exists.

But I also know that not all police are corrupt and the vast majority of police are not corrupt. And I respect the goodness of people enough that I do not tar everyone with the same brush.

Those who give or take bribes or give or solicit gifts have their own conscience to deal with. I have my own conscience as well.

You have clearly shown how you perceive the police with your comments...and now I wonder if you started this thread to find like-minded people so you could engage in a bashing session.

Why, Sarawakian? Why?

Cheers, m

sarawakian
01-03-2010, 11:28 AM
bro. did i say corrupted? :) I did not. I wrote what I felt as this is not the way to show the police our appreciation. We should show it by helping them out to lobby for better facilities and tools to work with. A review of their taking up of reports to make better.

Like I mentioned before, sometimes we do not bother make reports after what we went through with lacking attitude. We want them to improve.

Yeah, giving oranges etc is ok...but what will the other balai think as the community there did not give? ie Taipan and HQ USJ? even Putra Heights?

Why? Because we want them to improve. This thread is not to whack them.

tupai
01-03-2010, 11:37 AM
Ngab-sayob? or something like that? whatever it means?

If ALL those who had participated in the CNY kempen balik kampong were to pen their appreciations to the PDRM, for their regular CNY visits to empty homes..this forum would be jammed pack. :)

Pessimists should actively partake in the community exercise, 1baby step at 1time.

BTW, i wonder how many took part in the gathering last nite to save the Tmn subang Ria...did u know that simedarby had submitted a new proposal to mpsj, and residents had only less than 48hrs to gather 'objection' signatures for this morning deadline submission to mpsj?

The 21day notice was conveniently delayed? 'ignored'?. Mpsj, as circumstances had indicated, practically ignored/delayed/tidak Apa the notice to the residents...Of course, it contradicted the objective, purposes and intention of LA 21. Sedih tapi Benar!

wat2do now???

Yang Blur Sotong latotupai :o

sarawakian
01-03-2010, 11:43 AM
on the issue of the park...taht has to be in another thread. We are losing too much already.

Yeah...whilst we help increase morale of the police, we also need to know that this is not done just by giving oranges etc only but in the manner of how we help improve perception and to know what they need and to help them to get to improve the service.

I am sure many people are happy with the campaign. Next perhaps it is good for the report procedures to be improved as with the procedures to check the houses when the list stated the house would be empty but say owner or relative came home early, imposters do not there as policies in place.

On another note, I would also think that perhaps one day, some places would have police on bicycles too especially in Taipan and SS14/15

tupai
01-03-2010, 11:44 AM
hahahhahahhahaha..true...but we must help in the correct way like getting their bossies to ahev more patrol cars too .

I think that it is still good if the police personnel with families are placed within the community and in each Taman, not in a police highrise. Thsoe highrise would be good for those who are "bujang"

:rolleyes:

sorry old chap!. This shows yr ignorance of the whole pdrm issue. A holistic approach is to be taken. There are plenty of micro short comings: from 500sqft housing to COLA to patrolling...
Its not the lack of vehicles...it lack of qualified drivers! Not every uniform cop are allowed to drive the pdrm vehicles lah!

Go after our MP to muscle more man-power for the shortage of pdrm staff...


Yang Byk geram latotupai :mad:

p/s what the flying fish is this MP, loh go-burn doing in the parliament? Or heck! whats his opinion? Or he doesnt understand bahasa? :mad:
indeed, i am begining to visualize A lump of oversized potato!

sarawakian
01-03-2010, 11:46 AM
yes....I am sure good hearted policemen would also want to improve on that problem too and there is so much they can do if we do not lobby for them Yup...not all can drive but would it not be great if that could change? :)