The Bukit Tinggi Police Station
is dedicated to enhance public safety, reducing the fear and the incidence
of crime in the area. They maintain regular patrols and respond to calls
for service. Much of their time is spent responding to calls, taking
reports and doing investigation on the reports. While crime fighting is
the responsibility of the authorities, it is not enough for the police
alone to fight crime. Members of the public can play an important role in
protecting themselves and their local communities.
Reducing the risk and fear of crime is a task for the police and the
community working together. To achieve the aim of making peaceful and safe
community, If you witness a crime in your area, it is important that you
immediately lodge a report at police station nearest to your location. But
there are many things each and every community member can do to reduce his
or her chances of becoming a victim of crime.
Many of the steps suggested in
Crime Prevention Guides
are common sense, but they can make a real difference. By securing your
home and property, you can save yourself the distress and expense of
crime, and make your community a safer and better place to live in. This
website provides a convenient facility to find contact numbers of district
and local police stations. Made used of it!
The public can now dial 999 to
report all forms of emergencies and expect their calls to be answered
within 10 seconds or after four rings by the 999 Emergency Call Service
Centre. The 999 emergency services in Malaysia is manned by about 138
telephonists from Telekom Malaysia. All calls to the number are made free
of charge. The worldwide emergency number for GSM mobile phones, 112, also
works on all GSM networks in the country. Calls made to this number are
redirected to the 999 call centre.