KL top cop warns his men; never deny those trying to lodge a report

KUALA LUMPUR: The city police have pledged to take stern measures and will not compromise with officers who have disciplinary issues.

Speaking to reporters, the city police chief Datuk Seri Allaudeen Abdul Majid was commenting about an issue involving police officers that refused to accept a police report.

"There's no such thing as refusing to accept police reports, it's a responsibility and the report will be classified according to the laws by the officers in charge of police station (OCS)," he said after attending the city cops' monthly assembly.

Yesterday, a news portal reported that a police station had refused to accept a man's report after the latter was extorted by four police officers.

The portal reported that the man, who is also reportedly work as a car salesman, was extorted for RM10,000 as he was accused of being a loan shark for possessing a lit of identification cards (IC) in his phone.

Further commenting on the matter, Allaudeen said the police have identified the police officers and will take action against them.

Four days ago, it was reported that Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Razarudin Husain has emphasised that only a handful of officers and policemen are grappling with issues and engaging in criminal activities.

He asserted that the public need not be alarmed and they can trust the police force to conduct transparent investigations into criminal cases involving its personnel.

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