Crime negatively affects all Malaysia residents, regardless of race, religion or political affiliation. The causes of crime are complex and long term solutions need to consider social advancements of communities, poverty eradication, employment and education.

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The UAC campaign aims to ensure that the Malaysian public are aware of police initiatives to prevent and reduce crime, provides tips on keeping safe in Malaysia and finally, engenders community relations between the police and the rakyat.

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“I pledge to not be silent and help others when a crime is being committed.”

- Dato' Sri Idris Jala


Articles from our very own Dr. Amin Khan

Disconnecting Fact from Fiction

In the face of partial information, people often take a mental shortcut in making sense. I was initially surprised by the comments but that is the reality on the ground. The public does not believe the crime numbers from the police.

The different views of crime

Crime is generally measured as the volume of crime in a given area. In our NKRA Crime, we measure crime using the crime index. The crime index comprises property theft and violent crime. It does not cover commercial crime, drug-related business crime and cyber crime.

Fear of crime is real

The fight against crime must be relentless – there is no doubt about it and the crime index must be reduced. People should not only be safe, they should also feel safe.

Putting the brakes on car theft

We need to be more aware about theft, a little bit wiser, a little bit smarter and ever more cautious.

The changing face of crime

This time I decided to speak on the changing face of crime in Malaysia – from physical crime to cyber crime, border security and terrorism.

We need to address both the ‘upstream’ and ‘downstream’ processes to prevent crime

The crime index has progressively come down since 2010 by as much as 40%. These statistics are verifiable and the basis has been consistent for the last 35 years. So surely the crime reduction and prevention efforts must be working. But why isn’t it being felt on the ground?

Do you care when crime occurs?

Some crimes such as snatch theft and house break-ins and disorders in our society influence the way we think, feel and act in relation to our own security.

Throwing light on crime statistics

The recorded crime index came down by 40% over the last five years since the beginning of the transformation journey under the Government Transformation Programme (GTP). Do you trust the numbers?

People should not only be safe, they should also feel safe

The fight against crime must be relentless – there is no doubt about it and the crime index must be reduced. People should not only be safe, they should also feel safe.

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United Against Crime Campaign

As part of the United Against Crime Campaign under the Government Transformation Program, PEMANDU, a Unit of the Prime Minister’s Department, is embarking on a crowdsourcing exercise to garner constructive feedback from the public on the level of fear of crime in Malaysia. This is part of a broader open innovation initiative, which is aimed to ultimately source for pragmatic and cost-effective solutions for crime prevention from the public.

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Reducing Crime NKRA (CRI NKRA)

The Reducing Crime NKRA (CRI NKRA) was created to respond to Malaysians’ concerns over crime in the country. The NKRA introduces change on all levels of crime enforcement to create more effective policing units and encouraging greater community ownership of the problem.

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All new United Against Crime website

Welcome to our all new site.