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Malaysia Can Only Be Safer From Crime By Increasing The Police Personnel Patrolling The Streets To Fight Crime From The Present 10,150(9% of the police force) To At Least 56,000(50%).(en/cn)

Posted: 06 Aug 2013 01:03 AM PDT

DAP Hari Raya Message By DAP Secretary-General And MP For Bagan Lim Guan Eng In Kuala Lumpur On 6.8.2013.

The horrendous statistics of at least one shooting per day over the last 8 days, have heightened concerns over public safety during the Hari Raya celebrations. Gun victims are so common that not only those with criminal backgrounds are shot in broad daylight, even the founder of Arab-Malaysian Development Bank Hussain Ahmad Najadi has also become a victim in the centre of Kuala Lumpur.

Clearly, rising crime is no longer a perception but an indictment of the police failure and manipulation of statistics by the Federal government to give a false impression of falling crime. To fight crime there must be resources placed on both technology and manpower.

Malaysia can only be safer from crime by increasing the police personnel patrolling the streets to fight crime from the present 10,150(9%) to at least 56,000(50%). There is an urgent need for the Home Ministry and the police to move away from its unhealthy obsession on political opponents of BN but focus instead on criminals.

Further, there must be resources not only on CCTVs and street lights but also on trained staff monitoring CCTVs. Statistics do not lie and in a written parliamentary repy to the DAP MP for Kulai Teo Nie Ching this month, the Minister of Home Affairs said that, "of a total 112,583 police personnel in uniform, 10,150(9%) are in the Criminal Investigation Department, 4,224(3.8%) in the Narcotic Criminal Investigation and 1,663(1.4%) in Commercial Investigation Department."

It is unacceptable that only 9% of the police personnel are directly involved in fighting crime in the streets. Even if we include the Narcotics and Commercial Crime, only 14.2% of police personnel are focused on fighting crime in the streets. These numbers are too low. The number of police personnel involved in fighting crime should not be 14.2% but at least 50%. In other words there should be at least 56,000 police personnel in uniform patrolling the streets and not the present 16,037.

How can Malaysians celebrate Hari Raya when they are concerned about their safety when they balik kampong or the safety of their property left behind in their empty homes? The public has a right to ask why they should have such public safety concerns when the allocation for the police has increased by 65% in the period of 2007-2012, from RM4.22 billion in 2007 to RM5.82 billion in 2010 and RM6.98 billion in 2012.

The public did not pay for policemen to monitor or deal with political opponents of BN but to fight criminals. For this reason, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak can offer the best Hari Raya gift by announcing an increase in the police personnel fighting crime from the present 10,150 to at least 56,000.

Lim Guan Eng

—–Mandarin version—-

民主行动党秘书长兼峇眼区国会议员林冠英于2013年8月6日在吉隆坡发表开斋节献词:

唯有增加现有的1万150(总警员的9%)巡逻警员至5万6000(50%)打击罪案, 马来西亚的罪案率才能降低。

可怕的数据显示过去8天几乎一天一宗枪击案,这已经让公众担心开斋节期间的治安问题。枪击案受害者已经如此平常,不只是有罪案背景的人士,就连阿拉伯马来西亚银行创办人胡申那佳迪也在吉隆坡闹市成为枪击案死者。

很明显地,罪案上升已经不是人们的印象,而是对警方无能的一种示威,以及联邦政会操控数据以制造"罪案下跌"的错误印象,要打击罪案,当局必须加强科技资源的运用及增加人力资源。

唯有增加现有的1万150(总警员的9%)巡逻警员至5万6000(50%)打击罪案, 马来西亚的罪案率才能降低。内政部及警长必须把警队工作焦点放在打击罪案,而不是对付国阵的政敌。

此外,我们不只要有闭路电视及街灯,我们也要懂得监控闭路电视的专业人士。数据不会说谎,这个月国会在回答古来区国会议员张念群的书面答复中,内政部长说"在11万2583名制服警员中,1万150名(9%)属于罪案调查警员,4224(3.8%)属于肃毒科警员1663(1.4%)属于商业罪案调查科"。

我们实在难以接受只有9%的警员是直接打击罪案的。如果把肃毒组及商业罪案调查科人员都计算进去,只有14.2%的警员是负责打击罪案的。这个比率太低了。负责打击罪案的警员不应该只有14.2%,而应该至少50%。换句话说,我们应该有5万6000名制服警员在街上巡逻,而不是现有的1万6037名。

当我国人民在担心自己回家的人身安全、以及空无一人屋内的财产安全时,我们要怎样安心的庆祝开斋节? 公众有权利问为什么他们还要担心治安问题,警方的拨款已经在2007-2012年期间增加了65%,从2007年的42亿2000万令吉,增加至2010年的58亿2000万令吉,至2012年69亿8000万令吉。

公众付薪水给警方不是要他们去监督或对付国阵的政敌,而是打击罪案。因此,首相拿督斯里纳吉在这个开斋节可以宣布的全民礼物,应该就是将打击罪案的警员人数从1万150人增加至5万6000人。

林冠英

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