Several social programmes were conducted by the Neighbourhood Watch Focal Point Unit under Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) in the villages in all four districts recently.
The programmes were held to foster understanding and cooperation among members and the RBPF.
In the Brunei-Muara District, officers of the Muara Police Station through its Neighbourhood Watch Unit visited Village Head of Kampong Sungai Buloh Hamidun bin Haji Abdul Karim.
The delegation was led by Officer-in-Charge of Muara Police Station Senior Inspector Police Saidin bin Mohamad Salleh.
The meeting discussed Neighbourhood Watch activities as well as security issues.
Meanwhile, officers of Kampong Ayer Police Station visited the Village Head of Kampong Saba Darat ‘B’ Haji Mayalin bin Haji Saat. The meeting was led by Officer-in-charge Inspector Hamdan bin Mantul. The delegation also visited the cemetery at Sungai Panga, Kampong Sungai Kebun for religious and welfare activities.
Officer-in-Charge of Limau Manis Police Station Chief Inspector Shamsulnahar bin Haji Idris with a number of police personnel visited Acting Village Head of Kampong Batong Haji Latip bin Haji Madris to discuss issues faced by the villagers.
In the Tutong District, Lamunin Police Station’s focal point unit participated in a cleaning campaign at Kampong Birau Mosque organised by Kampong Lamunin Neighbourhood Watch members.
Officers of the Kuala Belait Police Station met members of the Neighbourhood Watch of Kampong Sungai Liang, and held a discussion with Acting Village Head of Kampong Pandan ‘C’ and Acting Village Head of Kampong Merangking on the safety of several schools during the upcoming school break.
Meanwhile, in Temburong District, officers of the Bangar Police Station visited the residences of Acting Village Head of Kampong Belingus Bujang bin Uga and Penghulu of Mukim Bangar Haji Abdul Rahman bin Merusin.
They discussed the appointment of new Neighbourhood Watch members and issues faced by the residents.