Tag Archives: Singapore Police

MOLEST VICTIM COMPLAINS AFTER SPF TOLD HER CULPRIT CAN’T BE CHARGED DUE TO OLD AGE

I reported my molest case with photos of the molester and details of the incident, but the police from bedok branch told me nine months later that they couldnt charge him because of old age and some other factors they couldnt disclose. The police added that the molester had admitted to his crime. So what are the other factors that he couldnt share with me? Is this fair to the victim?

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CID BUSTED RUSSIAN VICE RING OFFERING “HIGH CLASS” ESCORT & SEXUAL SERVICES

Police busted a Russian vice ring yesterday and arrested 4 women suspected of carrying out related activities. The raids were conducted on Raffles Boulevard, Tanjong Katong and Cairnhill Rd. 3 of the women who were arrested are from Russia while one is from Uzbekistan. They are on valid work passes and probably made use of their stay here to carry out vice activities. The police uncovered advertisements of sexual services on more than 13 online platforms. Customers can even hire their "high class" escort service at $500 an hour or book the girls via their mobile phones or email addresses. One of the suspects will be charged this weekend under the Women's Charter for living on money earned through prostitution. The others are still undergoing investigations. So much for "high class".

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S’PORE POLICE NEEDS TO EARN THE PEOPLES TRUST, NOT EXPECT IT

A country does not just run on money it runs on trust, trust in public institutions like the police force and the government, this trust has to be earned and not just expected. If the police felt that this may have "sow distrust from the Police.” maybe the police force needs to look at their own actions and see if they might have sown distrust in themselves. I think the police in singapore have a very hard job and they need to be paid more and i totally appreciate them for their hard work however i think the Singapore police are victims of a political system that may at times make use of them for the purpose of fear mongering.

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S’PORE POLICE HAULS BERSIH 5.0 SOLIDARITY PARTICIPANTS FOR INTERVIEW AFTER SPEAKERS CORNER EVENT

Members of the Community Action Network (CAN) and participants of a solidarity event at Hong Lim Park were questioned by police officers at Kreter Ayer Police Post between 6.20pm to 7.30pm on Sunday. The event, called “The Yellow Sit-In”, was organised in solidarity with Bersih 5.0, a movement of Malaysian citizens and activists, calling for electoral reform and genuine democracy in their country. Participants were rounded up at the conclusion of the event.

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S’PORE POLICE’S UNPROFESSIONAL RESPONSE TO MY VALID CALL FOR HELP

I called 999 on 23 august 2015 at 9.21pm to request for help as i saw an foreign worker fall down out of sudden while sweeping leaves on the grass patch and was unconscious even when i tried to ask him if he is alright. This is a matter of life and death as the person leg was trembling and i request for officer to come down to assist me but till the ambulance arrived and access the patient to leave for hospital, i did not see any police officer came to the scene to assist.

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CALVIN CHENG: HALF-WITTED BLOGGERS ARE STOKING HATRED AGAINST OUR SINGAPORE POLICE

The logical conclusion of the spread of hate and distrust towards our policemen by bloggers is this : soon we will have community tension with police, people will start verbally abusing them. And this will end with attacks on the police. It has already happened in other countries. If hate-sites like The Real Singapore and dissident-bloggers like those from The Online Citizen are not stopped from spreading lies and hate towards our police, we will have rivers of blood on our streets.

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Rise in number of online scams

Police have urged the public to take precautions when shopping online. This could mean not giving out bank account numbers, credit card details and personal information, checking the sellers' track record, or finding out more by contacting the sellers. They also urged the public not to help those they have met online to make fund transfers, as they may be aiding and abetting a criminal in receiving the proceeds from a crime.

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