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KH EE
21-02-2005, 03:07 PM
rec'd this email. any truth to this?

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 9: Key in these hotline numbers (03-22627555/03-22626555) into your mobile phone. They may save your life.

Those are the numbers for Bukit Aman's Malaysia Control Centre (MCC), the call centre for all police emergencies. The police are urging Malaysians to have these numbers in their mobile phone.

Bukit Aman Public Relations Superintendent, Mohamad Daud said motorists may help prevent cases like the recent murder of assistant computer engineer Mohamad Nazri Ismail.

He added that even after the crime has occurred, the police could go to the crime scene in the shortest possible time and it may result in the capture of those responsible.

An MCC spokesman said the public from any parts of Malaysia can call the centre to report an emergency anytime.

"We will direct the call to the nearest police station for the officers there to handle the matter," said the spokesman.

There are now over 15 million mobile phone users in Malaysia.

Other CCC phone numbers are:-

Negri Sembilan: 06-7682222
Malacca: 06-2851999
Johor: 07-2254459
Penang: 04-2691999

headache
21-02-2005, 04:18 PM
SJ police station's 56332222

khoock
17-06-2006, 01:52 PM
What exactly is wrong with 999? Last I heard, it was still the number to ring if you had an emergency and needed the police. Even had the added bonus of being able to contact the fire brigade or the ambulance if required. Plus it is free and you can use anyone's mobile phone to ring it even if the phone is keypad locked.

This email stinks of a malicious hoax trying to get people to tie up the police's call centre. Using it may hamper police work and may make it more dangerous for us and not safer. I would suggest we try to kill this chain letter as it is particularly noxious. Unfortunately the only way to do this is to contact everyone you know that has this email and TELL THEM *NOT* TO SEND IT ON.

USJ27Resident
18-06-2006, 03:07 AM
... Plus it is free and you can use anyone's mobile phone to ring it even if the phone is keypad locked..

Please note... Mobile phones emergency number is 112...