RBPF, PK conduct surveillance

Hakim Hayat

The close cooperation between the Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) and local community through the Neighbourhood Watch (PK) Programme helps minimise criminal activities in the country.

Several meetings with grassroots leaders were organised by police stations in different districts to share crime statistics and find ways to collaborate more in ironing out criminal activities.

In the Tutong District, Legislative Council (LegCo) members and Penghulu of Mukim Tanjong Maya Yang Berhormat Haji Abdul Wahab bin Apong participated in a dialogue session with officers from Tutong Police District led by Acting Commanding Officer of the Tutong Police District Acting DSP Pengiran Abdul Aziz bin Pengiran Haji Muhammad.

In the Brunei-Muara District on Wednesday evening, the Berakas Police Station held a crime prevention surveillance with the PK of Kampong Pancha Delima / Kampong Orang Kaya Besar Imas focussing on the village area and vicinity of Kampong Anggerek Desa and Kampong Pulaie. The operation was led by the Assistant Commanding Officer of Berakas Police Station INSP Haji Abu Bakar bin Haji Abdul Rahman.

Meanwhile, to ensure the vicinity of RPN Kampong Meragang is free of criminal activities, the Muara Police Station led by Assistant Commanding Officer INSP Mohd Firnasrulillah bin Haji Abdul Ghani led a surveillance operation with the PK of the RPN Kampong Meragang.

Similar surveillance operations were also carried out at the area of Kampong Mentiri and the Jetty of Pengkalan Sibabau with the PK of Kampong Mentiri. The operation was led by Commanding Officer of Muara Police Station P/ASP Hajah Nur Azhani binti Haji Johaiani.

In the Belait District, the Labi Police Station with the PK of Teraja Longhouse carried out a surveillance within the local area and around Kampong Mendaram Besar. The operation was led by Commanding Officer of Labi Police Station P/INSP Md Janatun Na’em bin Haji Abdul Rahim.

Throughout the operations, no suspicious activities or criminal activities were recorded.

Surveillance at the the Jetty of Pengkalan Sibabau. PHOTO: RBPF