NG JOO HEE

I SALUTE COMMISSIONER NG JOO HEE FOR HIS FRANKNESS

To me, the frankness of NJH is like a breath of fresh air amongst all the bad breath we encounter with typical PAP ministers and MPs and some top civil servants. We should encourage someone like NJH who called a spade, a spade. Through his candid revelations Singaporeans realised that the SPF is short handed. Through his revelations SG now know that Geylang is not only red light area but also a RED ALERT zone.

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POLICE COMMISSIONER NG KENA BANISH TO PUB FOR MAKING SPF MALU DURING LITTLE INDIA COI?

Looking at the graphs above, it appears that the government is certainly answerable for not planning ahead Singapore’s infrastructure support while increasing the population. It is not just police officers but other infrastructure as well like transport, housing, hospital beds etc, which are sorely lacking in view of the explosive population growth especially after 2006. It is not known if Mr Ng’s frank testimony at the Little India Riot COI earlier this year has precipitated his reassignment to “jaga” water.

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POLICE COMMISSIONER NG JOO HEE REPLACED

Mr Teo Chee Hean said: "I would like to thank Commissioner of Police Ng Joo Hee for his dedication and commitment to keeping Singapore safe and secure in his 29 years with the Singapore Police Force. During his tour of duty as Commissioner of Police, he has made significant improvements to reduce crime and bring unlicensed money lending under control. He has also introduced various initiatives to increase the effectiveness of the force and to provide our Officers with more capabilities to carry out their duties, such as in Community Policing and the deployment of Police cameras in our HDB estates to fight crime.

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SINGAPORE POLICE OFFICER REJECTS $2,000,000 BRIBE

A man tried to bribe two police officers earlier this month by offering them outrageous sums of money.The Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau is investigating the man for the bribery attempt. Police are investigating him for disorderly behaviour.

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O-LEVEL HOLDERS NOW SENIOR POLICE OFFICERS

DEPUTY Superintendents of Police (DSP) Roy Lim and Khamisah Talip never dreamt they would become senior police officers with just their O-level qualifications to their names. But after more than a dozen years on the force, DSP Lim made history through his investigation of three murders involving the discovery of body parts, while DSP Khamisah tackled the case of a white tiger at the Singapore Zoo which mauled a cleaner to death.

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IVY SINGH-LIM: SEND OUR POLICEMEN TO OTHER COUNTRIES TO CONTROL RIOTS

I would propose that we send our police officers to neighbouring countries to assist in controlling their protests instead. This achieves the purpose of practical training without the downsides of protests: Economic and social disruption as well as a fall in productivity. In the absence of public protests here, real-life experience in other countries could give officers opportunities to improve their knowledge. This would increase our forces’ readiness to do their jobs as protectors, instead of waiting for a big attack from an enemy.

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I WAS CAUGHT SPEEDING

I was involved in a Court Case for speeding - I had exceeded 40 km/h driving at 110+ on a 60km/h road. It was after 10PM and there were very few cars on the road, so I stepped on it wanting to get back home quick. A week later, I received a nasty letter of summons from Singapore Traffic Police asking me to attend Court. At the Sub Court, there were loads of other people in the same boat as me.
Thankfully, I was fined just $500 and slapped with a 12 points Demerit.

[YOUR LETTERS] CAN SINGAPOREANS TRUST ICA AND THE SINGAPORE POLICE FORCE?

It is more worrying that shortly after the Mercedes gate crash incident, a video of the incident began circulating on the internet. The video, can be seen here was obviously recorded from a mobile phone in a ICA Ops Room that monitors security footage. To me, this is a serious breach of trust by the check point authorities. Despite the promise of an investigation, this incident happened more than 3 months ago, but neither the SPF nor the ICA have given Singaporeans an update of the "leak" which happened in a supposedly controlled & secured environment; but when PAP's political powers are under threat, the SPF acted swiftly and managed to capture the teenagers.

[YOUR LETTERS] PINOYS POLICE PRIME MINISTER

Do the Pinoys really think that they can do as they please in Singapore to the extent of disregarding our Public Order Act which stipulates that a permit is required for any type of public assembly or procession? And they even intend to draw a crowd of 10,000 when it illegal even for one person to protest outside of Hong Lim Park. If it is so easy to just organise a gathering in Singapore (outside of Hong Lim Park), then our opposition politicians like Chee Soon Juan and activists like Gilbert Goh will have a field day organising protests every single day already lah!

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3 PRC NATIONALS JAILED FOR HOUSEBREAKING

THREE men from China had more than sightseeing on their minds when they came here, a district court heard yesterday. Two of the three broke into seven households mostly in the western part of Singapore and got away with property amounting to about $268,000. Yesterday, Liao Jiali, 30, and Wei Yongjiao, 25, were each jailed for four years after admitting to two counts of housebreaking and theft by night involving $229,400.

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