Work as a team, Bukit Aman tells trainees

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KUCHING: A total of 1,158 trainees of the Constable Basic Police Training Programme (PLAK) from the Kuching Police Academy (Pulapol), will be absorbed into the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) service.

Bukit Aman Management Department director CP Datuk Zaini Jass said, the six-month PLAK training designed by his department’s training division will ensure the trainees have the competence and knowledge of policing.

Zaini (right) presents the best overall trainee award to Muhammad Nabil Abdul Razak (left) while, Razali (middle behind) looks on.

“The training system is arranged in such a way as to provide a learning environment that can foster team spirit, cooperation and esprit de corps among police officers.

“This training programme also emphasises high discipline to apply the values ​of integrity as a civil servant,” he said at the Constable PLAK Graduation Parade at Kuching Pulapol today.

Zaini added that trainees should always improve their competence and have a vision for the future.

In addition, he said trainees should always provide the best service to the community, act in accordance with the rules and regulations and work as a team.

He also reminded the trainees not to think that their appointment is just to fill the vacancies but instead it is to fulfil the hopes and mandate of the top leadership in order to strengthen the image of the police.

Also present were Bukit Aman Management (Training) Deputy Director DCP Datuk Nerita Yaacob, Sarawak Police Commissioner Datuk Mohd Azman Ahmad Sapri, Sarawak Deputy Police Commissioner Datuk Mancha Ata, Kuala Lumpur Police College Commander DCP Datuk Tan Chong Jin and Kuching Pulapol Commander SAC Razali Mohamad.

A total of 1,158 police trainees of the Constable PLAK, will be absorbed into the PDRM service with 737 of them completed their training yesterday and the remaining will be complete their training on June 26.

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