COMMUNITY POLICING SS 20

Community policing or neighbourhood policing is a policing strategy and philosophy based on the notion that community interaction and support can help control crime, with community members helping to identify suspects, detain vandals and bring problems to the attention of police.

PDRM & CP

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SAMBUTAN PERKAHWINAN RIEO DAN IDA DI SAMBUT OLEH PENDUDUK SS 20


16 JULAI 2009 - Penduduk-penduduk di SS 20 Damansara Kim telah meraikan sempena perkahwinan diantara Konstabel Rieo dan Ida di padang Zon Sentral. Turut hadir bersama KPB Damansara Tn.Thomas,Pengerusi SS 20 Pn.Eileen Thong,Sjn Jamil,Zahrein, Sukarelawan Polis,Ketua AJK penduduk Zon Sentral Dato Koh, AJK-AJK penduduk SS 20 dan penduduk-penduduk SS 20 Damansara Kim.



Rieo dan Ida sedang memotong kek

Chief Insp.Thomas menyampaikan surat sokongan penutupan jalan ( gates ) di SS 20 kepada En.Imran


Chief Insp.Thomas menyampaikan surat sokongan penutupan jalan ( gates ) di SS 20 kepada Pengerusi SS 20 Pn.Eileen Thong




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PERJUMPAAN KETUA POLIS BALAI DAMANSARA TN.THOMAS DAN ANGGOTA CP BERSAMA-SAMA DENGAN PENDUDUK SS 20



Pengerusi penduduk bersama-sama dengan KPB Damansara

KPB Damansara Chf.Ins.Thomas sedang memberikan taklimat

12-07-2009 Perjumpaan dan taklimat mengenai aktiviti-aktiviti community policing telah diadakan di Zon Selatan SS 20 Damansara Kim. Turut hadir dalam perjumpaan tersebut ketua balai polis Damansara Tn.Thomas, anggota community policing Sjn jamil, rieo,zahrein, ketua-ketua penduduk dan penduduk-penduduk di sekitar perumahan SS 20 Damansara Kim. Objektif perjumpaan tersebut sempena taklimat penutupan jalan-jalan di SS 20, aktiviti-aktiviti yang akan di buat pada masa-masa akan datang dan sambutan para penduduk menyertai community policing.

Pengerusi penduduk SS 20 Pn.Eileen Thong sedang memberikan ucapan


Penduduk-penduduk SS 20 yang turut hadir

Minuman ( cendol ) turut disediakan oleh penduduk

Penduduk sedang memberikan tepukan gemuruh

Dianggarkan sekitar kira-kira 80-95 orang penduduk yang turut hadir



Anugerah Kejiranan Terbaik Peringkat Daerah Petaling Jaya


31 Mei 2009 - Anugerah Kejiranan Terbaik Peringkat Daerah Petaling Jaya telah diadakan di SS 20 Damansara Kim sempena dengan program Community Policing yang dibuat di SS 20.


Turut terlibat dalam program tersebut termasuk PDRM,anggota CP, Sukarelawan Polis,anggota komuniti SS 20, penduduk-penduduk sekitar perumahan SS 20, MBPJ dan sektor kerajaan dan swasta yang lain.



Ini merupakan salah satu program community policing yang diadakan di SS 20 dengan penglibatan masyarakat tentang kesedaran mengenai jenayah dan pentingnya semangat kejiranan di antara satu sama lain terutamanya di kawasan perumahan.


Aktiviti-aktiviti yang dijalankan termasuk rondaan unit berkuda, K9 dan unit traffik. Selain daripada itu aktiviti seni mempertahankan diri turut diadakan yang di tunjuk ajar oleh anggota-anggota PDRM.

Aktiviti-aktiviti ( community policing) ini telah banyak memberikan kesan yang positif terutamanya dalam mengeratkan silatulrahim diantara jiran-jiran tidak mengira bangsa, agama dan politik. Disamping sikap bantu membantu, tanggungjawab dan kesedaran dalam diri dalam kehidupan harmoni dan tenteram.

PENUTUPAN JALAN DAN GATE


Penutupan jalan-jalan dan lorong-lorong telah dilaksanakan oleh anggota komuniti polising di SS 20 Damansara Kim meliputi kawasan Centre dan South. Projek ini telah dilaksanakan hasil kerjasama penduduk-penduduk di sekitar kawasan perumahan SS 20 khususnya di kawasan Centre dan South, anggota polis ( community policing ) dan MPPJ.




Projek ini telah memberi kesan yang positif dalam membendung dan mencegah jenayah terutamanya di kawasan SS 20 dan dapat meningkatkan tahap keselamatan penduduk-penduduk terutamanya dikawasan perumahan. Anggota polis sentiasa turut serta membantu penduduk bagi mencegah jenayah dikawasan SS 20 disamping keperihatinan penduduk-penduduk sebagai mata dan telinga polis dalam memberi maklumat untuk pencegahan dari berlakunya kegiatan jenayah.


Selain daripada itu, pengurangan kesesakan kenderaan yang melalui kawasan perumahan di SS 20 dapat dikurangkan terutamanya kenderaan-kenderaan luar yang bukan tinggal dikawasan perumahan SS 20.





Aktiviti-aktiviti ( community policing) ini telah banyak memberikan kesan yang positif terutamanya dalam mengeratkan silatulrahim diantara jiran-jiran tidak mengira bangsa, agama dan politik. Disamping sikap bantu membantu, tanggungjawab dan kesedaran dalam diri dalam kehidupan harmoni dan tenteram.

picture by : DATO KOH ( centre zone ) ENCIK IMRAN ( southern zone )

2 penjenayah ditembak mati

SEORANG daripada penjenayah yang ditembak mati di Petaling Jaya
PETALING JAYA 19 Mei - Lagi kejayaan polis. Dua penjenayah mati ditembak dalam cubaan menculik seorang lelaki warga Myanmar di SS20/10, Damansara di sini, malam ini.
Dalam kejadian pukul 8 malam itu, kedua-dua suspek, Sharil Samsudin, 27, dan S. Sivanesan, 30, dari Shah Alam, mati di tempat kejadian.

Sebelum itu, suspek yang menaiki sebuah kereta Honda Civic berwarna kelabu dipercayai baru menculik seorang lelaki warga Myanmar kira-kira 1.5 kilometer dari tempat kejadian.
Bertindak atas maklumat orang ramai, kereta peronda polis berjaya mengesan kereta suspek.
Ketika dikejar, kereta yang dinaiki suspek hilang kawalan lalu melanggar kereta peronda polis itu.

Salah seorang daripada penjenayah itu hanya sempat melarikan diri sejauh 50 meter sebelum dipintas oleh sebuah lagi kereta peronda polis yang datang dari laluan bertentangan.
Ketua Siasatan Jenayah Selangor, Datuk Hasnan Hassan berkata, penjenayah berkenaan bertindak agresif dengan melepaskan beberapa das tembakan ke arah anggota polis yang terpaksa membalas tembakan.

"Seorang lagi penjenayah, Sivanesan pula keluar dari kereta dan cuba menyerang anggota polis dengan parang menyebabkan dia turut ditembak mati," katanya ketika ditemui di tempat kejadian.

Beliau yakin lelaki Myanmar itu diculik bagi mengeluarkan wang dari mesin juruwang automatik (ATM).

Hasnan berkata, berdasarkan siasatan awal, kedua-dua suspek mempunyai beberapa rekod jenayah termasuk rogol, samun dan dadah.

Jelasnya, mereka yang ditahan mengikut Ordinan Darurat baru dibebaskan dari Penjara Simpang Renggam, Johor, beberapa bulan lalu.

Salah seorang penjenayah juga dikaitkan dengan kejadian samun di Puncak Alam, Shah Alam.
"Kita mendapati imej salah seorang daripada penjenayah itu dirakam kamera litar tertutup (CCTV) ketika mengeluarkan wang suspek di sebuah bank selepas kejadian itu,'' katanya.
Beliau juga tidak menolak kemungkinan masih terdapat saki-baki kumpulan itu yang masih bebas.

Polis merampas sepucuk pistol dan parang daripada penjenayah terbabit. Hasil semakan mendapati kereta yang dipandu suspek juga kereta curi dilaporkan hilang oleh pemiliknya pada 6 Mei lalu di Subang Jaya.
- utusan malaysia -

The Concept of Community


The Concept of Community

The goal of community policing is to reduce crime and disorder by carefully examining the characteristics of problems in neighborhoods and then applying appropriate problem-solving remedies. The “community” for which a patrol officer is given responsibility should be a small, well-defined geographical area. Beats should be configured in a manner that preserves, as
much as possible, the unique geographical and social characteristics of neighborhoods while still allowing efficient service.

Patrol officers are the primary providers of police services and have the most extensive contact with community members. In community policing efforts, they will provide the bulk of the daily policing needs of the community, and they will be assisted by immediate supervisors, other police units, and appropriate government and social agencies. Upper level managers and command staff will be responsible for ensuring that the entire organization backs the
efforts of patrol officers.

Effective community policing depends on optimizing positive contact between patrol officers and community members. Patrol cars are only one method of conveying police services. Police departments may supplement automobile patrols with foot, bicycle, scooter, and horseback patrols, as well as adding “mini-stations” to bring police closer to the community. Regular community meetings and forums will afford police and community members an opportunity to air concerns and find ways to address them.

Officers working long-term assignments on the same shift and beat will become familiar figures to community members and will become aware of the day-to-day workings of the community. This increased police presence is an initial move in establishing trust and serves to reduce fear of crime among community members, which, in turn, helps create neighborhood security. Fear must be reduced if community members are to participate actively in policing. People will not act if they feel that their actions will jeopardize their safety.

Although the delivery of police services is organized by geographic area, a community may encompass widely diverse cultures, values, and concerns,particularly in urban settings. A community consists of more than just the local government and the neighborhood residents. Churches, mosque, schools, hospitals,social groups, private and public agencies, and those who work in the area are also vital members of the community. In addition, those who visit for
cultural or recreational purposes or provide services to the area are also concerned with the safety and security of the neighborhood. Including these“communities of interest” in efforts to address problems of crime and disorder can expand the resource base of the community.

Concerns and priorities will vary within and among these communities of interest. Some communities of interest are long-lasting and were formed around racial, ethnic, occupational lines, or a common history, church, or school. Others form and reform as new problems are identified and addressed. Interest groups within communities can be in opposition to one
another—sometimes in violent opposition. Intracommunity disputes have been common in large urban centers, especially in times of changing demographics and population migrations.

These multiple and sometimes conflicting interests require patrol officers to function not only as preservers of law and order, but also as skillful mediators. Demands on police from one community of interest can sometimes clash with the rights of another community of interest. For example, a community group may oppose certain police tactics used to crack down on gang activity, which the group believes may result in discriminatory arrest practices. The police must not only protect the rights of the protesting group, but must also work with all of the community members involved to find a way to preserve neighborhood peace. For this process to be effective, community members must communicate their views and suggestions and back up the negotiating efforts of the police. In this way, the entire community participates in the mediation process and helps preserve order. The police must encourage a spirit of cooperation that balances the collective interests of all citizens with the personal rights of individuals.
The conflicts within communities are as important as the commonalities.

Police must recognize the existence of both to build the cooperative bonds needed to maintain order, provide a sense of security, and control crime. Police must build lasting relationships that encompass all elements of the community and center around the fundamental issues of public safety and quality of life. The key to managing this difficult task is trust.
refer article " Bureau of Justice Assistance "

Understanding Community Policing

Understanding Community Policing

Community policing is, in essence, a collaboration between the police and the community that identifies and solves community problems. With the police no longer the sole guardians of law and order, all members of the community become active allies in the effort to enhance the safety and quality of neighborhoods. Community policing has far-reaching implications. The expanded outlook on crime control and prevention, the new emphasis on making community members active participants in the process of problem solving, and the patrol officers’ pivotal role in community policing require profound changes within the police organization. The neighborhood
patrol officer, backed by the police organization, helps community members mobilize support and resources to solve problems and enhance their quality of life. Community members voice their concerns, contribute advice, and take action to address these concerns. Creating a constructive partnership will require the energy, creativity, understanding, and patience
of all involved.

Reinvigorating communities is essential if we are to deter crime and create more vital neighborhoods. In some communities, it will take time to break down barriers of apathy and mistrust so that meaningful partnerships can be forged. Trust is the value that underlies and links the components of community partnership and problem solving. A foundation of trust will
allow police to form close relationships with the community that will produce solid achievements. Without trust between police and citizens, effective policing is impossible.

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