Kota Kinabalu: Sabah Crime Prevention and Community Safety Head SAC Yusuh Mat Tais urged the police to be committed to their jobs and provide the best service to the community.He said this during a working visit to the Kota Kinabalu police headquarters on Monday, which coincided, with his retirement from the force after 36 years of service.
He said that policemen, particularly those in the Crime Prevention and Community Safety divisions, must dedicate themselves to their jobs because the government has provided equipment such as new patrol cars to perform crime prevention patrols.
City Police Chief ACP Mohd Zaidi Abdullah and the rest of the city police team were also present.
Yusuh also gave certificates of appreciation to 40 officers and personnel from the Kota Kinabalu Crime Prevention and Community Safety Unit, led by DSP Lee Nyuk Min, and 18 members of the Kota Kinabalu Police Volunteer Reserve, led by Insp Rayyan Foo Abdullah, at the ceremony.
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