THURSDAY, 25 FEBRUARY – The Student Police Volunteer Corps Team (SUKSIS) Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) recently held a charity and policing activities with the community of Kampung Kuala, Papar.
The programme held for three-day involved 120 trainees from the Suksis Corps Series 1/2013 and Series 1/2014 including 7 Suksis Corps trainers.
The programme aimed to expose to the community on the contributions that could be offered by students of UMS to the local community, besides applying the soft skills learned to establish cooperation among participants.
The programme saw trainees involved in a gotong royong with the community, games and sports, motivation programme with students sitting for UPSR, PT3, SPM, STPM, crime prevention exhibition, free health screening from the Papar Health Unit, and basic training on Taekwondo conducted by the Papar District Police Headquarters.
Suksis Volunteer Corps also received support from other organisation such as the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) Kampung Kuala, Papar; Crime Prevention and Community Safety Department (JPJKK); Papar District Office; as well as village communities who were involved throughout the programme.
Such programme is expected to continue and extended to other rural areas in support of efforts to create a sustainable national unity amongst undergrads through the collaborative efforts of trainees and the community. – (fl)
Source: Corps Suksis UMS