By Salbinous Saribun
WEDNESDAY, 26 AUGUST – A total of 159 participants participated in the Auxiliary Police Symposium Sabah Zone, which ended today at the Postgraduate Auditorium, Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS).
Of these number, 34 participants were from UMS, whilst the rest were from other agencies such as Bank Simpanan Nasional, Sabah Ports Authority and Sabah Electricity Board Sdn Bhd.
The closing ceremony of the symposium organised by the Department of Crime Prevention and Community Safety (JPJKK) Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) was officiated by the Chief Assistant Director of Support Resources Coordination of JPJKK, Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police (SAC) Saiful Azly Hj. Kamaruddin, representing the Commissioner of Police (CP) Dato’ Acryl Sani Haji Abdullah Sani.
Dato’ Acryl in his speech read by Saiful urged all to utilise all the knowledge they acquired at the two-day symposium to be put into practice when they report for duty at their respective agencies.
“Upon returning to your respective workplace, please share with your other friends who are not able to attend this symposium all the knowledge you have gained for the benefit of all,” he said.
He also informed that the symposium was organised as a platform to promote integrity besides creating an opportunity to strengthen the relationship among participants and know one another.
Also present at the symposium was the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Student Affairs and Alumni (HEPA) cum Commandant of the Student Voluntary Police Corps (SUKSIS) UMS, Associate Professor Dr. Ismail Ali. – (fl)