Maintaining peace, harmony through Neighbourhood Watch

Wani Roslan

The Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) continues its efforts in formulating activities to curb and eradicate criminal activities by sharing information with the community through the Neighbourhood Watch (PK).

Several visits and approaches have been carried out in police stations.

In the Brunei-Muara District, the first quarterly meeting, second and third for the PK of Mukim Kota Batu was held recently at the Community Hall of the Brunei-Muara District Office.

The meeting was chaired by Officer in-Charge of Bandar Seri Begawan (BSB) Central Police Station ASP Dayangku Siti Munirah binti Pengiran Haji Damit and Assistant Officer-in-Charge of BSB Central Police Station Inspector Suhardi bin Haji Abdul Malik.

Penghulu and village heads of Mukim Kota Batu discussed matters including the criminal reports and traffic statistics from 2015 to 2020 received by the BSB Central Police Station.

Meanwhile, another meeting in Labi discussed the development and current information on criminal activities in the village shared by Assistant Officer-in-Charge of Labi Police Station Probationary Inspector Mohammad Janatun Na’em bin Haji Abdul Rahim and police personnel.

The meeting was held at Teraja Longhouse.

Another visit was carried out in Pekan Bangar with Acting Village Head of Kampong Belingus led by Acting Assistant Commanding Officer of Temburong Police District ASP Pengiran Anak Haji Azanuddin Aman Shah bin Pengiran Anak Ismail Al-Haj with members of Temburong Police Station’s Focal Point PK.

A meeting in session. PHOTO: RBPF