Tuesday, April 20, 2021

SCPA

Shefford View residents give their side of the story

KUCHING: The Shefford View Residents (SVR) committee has clarified that the road at Stampin Tengah 5E was originally constructed to cater to low-volume traffic and to serve the 57 units of landed homes at Shefford View, while Royal Richmond...

Sustainable solutions better to beat pandemic

KUCHING: Apart from increasing fines for violators of standard operating procedures (SOP), the government has been asked to also look into sustainable solutions to curb the spread of Covid-19. Sarawak Community Policing Association (SCPA) chairman Datuk Seri Victor Hii noted...

Stay away from flooded areas, public urged

KUCHING: In light of several major areas being inundated by flash floods recently, the Sarawak Community Policing Association (SCPA) has urged members of the community to remain safe and vigilant as well as to stay away from flooded areas...

Reconsider decision on exempting ministers from quarantine

KUCHING: The Sarawak Community Policing Association (SCPA) has urged the government to reconsider its decision to exempt cabinet ministers from quarantine. This follows recent media reports that cabinet ministers from official trips abroad are exempted from the 10 days quarantine...

Set up Sarawak Rangers battalion

KUCHING: A Sarawak Rangers battalion should be set up under the armed forces to guard the state’s borders, said Santubong MP Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar. He said, the unit should comprise local Sarawakians who are trained and experienced...

Reactivate Sarawak Rangers to strengthened border security

KUCHING: The Sarawak Community Policing Association (SCPA) is appealing to the federal government to consider reactivating Sarawak Rangers to assist in patrolling the state’s border with Kalimantan, Indonesia. SCPA chairman Datuk Seri Victor Hii said by reviving Sarawak Rangers it...

Proposal to use AI in border surveillance

KUCHING: If fences or walls are built along the Sarawak-Kalimantan border to address illegal entry, they should be equipped with the latest technology, including artificial intelligence (AI) to assist in surveillance and monitoring. This was proposed by Sarawak Community Policing...

Businesses told to implement retention strategies, utilise subsidies

KUCHING: The Sarawak Community Policing Association (SCPA) has advised businesses to implement effective talent retention strategies to provide job security and support for employees as well as to utilise government subsidies to ease their burden during these challenging times. Taking...

Community policing team stops crime as it happens

KUCHING: The efforts and cooperation between the public, Sarawak Community Policing Association (SCPA) and Bintawa police station had led to the arrest of two crime suspects in the area. SCPA secretary David Xavier Hii Chin Loung said on Jan 8...

JKKK, SCPA set up security group chat

KUCHING: The village security and development committee (JKKK) Bintawa and Sarawak Community Policing Association (SCPA) has launched a community WhatsApp group called the ‘Bintawa Community Security Guard’. According to SCPA secretary David Hii Chin Loung, the WhatsApp group was set...
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Evaluating effectiveness, protection of boosters

KUCHING: Based on recent observations and development of vaccines and varying results, experts have propounded the possibility that booster...
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