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Hopefull
05-05-2011, 02:50 PM
Police chief today warned all officers and men in the force to be wary of cyber threats from "irresponsible parties" out to tarnish the force's good name reports malaysiakini.

I dont know if this covers forums too, so becareful when you bash up the police they could come and knock on your door.

cml
05-05-2011, 03:05 PM
No need to tarnish, already like that.

chewie
05-05-2011, 03:28 PM
No need to tarnish, already like that.

When we see a policeman stopping someone, first thing that came into our mind is, mesti cari makan... but actually he is doing his job protecting us by checking out that someone.... actually is in our mindset... there will be always a rotten apples among the good ones...

i have friends who are in the police force and i can see them that they are a nice person and always give all out when they are out on duty

jimmyay
05-05-2011, 04:00 PM
Yupe, there are good police among PDRM too. What is the % like? Their pride and integrity had been tarnished by those corrupted PDRM, too bad. Maybe they can start arresting more of their black sheep first.

USJ27Resident
05-05-2011, 05:42 PM
When we see a policeman stopping someone, first thing that came into our mind is, mesti cari makan... but actually he is doing his job protecting us by checking out that someone.... actually is in our mindset... there will be always rotten apples among the good ones...

Agreed!

The thing is - the police themselves should NOT allow these bad apples to 'stay' in the force... if and when they are ID'ed... swiftly kick them off the force instead of allegedly keeping or protecting them...

How many of us would walk into a police station and BERANI file a complaint against a police officer... if you do, you'd probably be sh!tting bricks, looking over your shoulder for a long time...

Problem is - sometimes it is the mentality of the cops themselves when they handle the general public, with the arrogance and superiority approach (especially when they are in a group!) instead of a more friendly manner... All you need to do is <SEARCH> Youtube and you would find a number of examples of embarrasing code of conduct...

hello! <NEWSBREAK> not everyone in the general public are criminals or gangsters but your average neighbourhood resident folks - but I guess it is better to be safe than sorry... no?

cskok8
05-05-2011, 07:39 PM
No need for anybody to tarnish their name, they are doing a darned good job themselves.