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Provide Feedback about Crime in Malaysia

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This post is brought to you by PEMANDU.

Crime is something that is difficult to get rid of, and has been a growing problem in many countries. The topic of crime is frequently discussed in Malaysia and most of us will know of someone who has been the victim of a crime.

Despite reports and charts proving that there is a significant decrease in crime in Malaysia, we want to know how you feel about the situation.

We are seeking your support to provide feedback to the Malaysian government regarding crime. This is part of a crowdsourcing exercise organised by PEMANDU, a unit in the Prime Minister’s Department, which is trying to get as much feedback as possible from the public including resident expats. This is part of a multi-step programme to source cost effective solutions for crime prevention. They would appreciate feedback from all adults living in your home.

Please give five minutes of your time to complete it.

Click HERE to participate in the survey.

To know more about this project, please visit http://www.catalystforchange.com.my.

For more information on PEMANDU’s crime reduction initiatives, you can visit: http://www.pemandu.gov.my/gtp/




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