Integrity commission chairman says in the process of refining enforcement agencies’ SOPs

Source: The Malay Mail Online

EAIC chairman Datuk Yaakob Md Sam said the commission had implemented several measures, carried out studies, investigations and provided recommendations for improvements to SOPs of several law enforcement agencies, including the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM). — AFP pic

EAIC chairman Datuk Yaakob Md Sam said the commission had implemented several measures, carried out studies, investigations and provided recommendations for improvements to SOPs of several law enforcement agencies, including the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM). — AFP pic

MALACCA, June 2 — To strengthen the integrity of enforcement agencies under its purview, the Enforcement Agency Integrity Commission (EAIC) is in the midst of improving their standard operating procedures (SOPs).

EAIC chairman Datuk Yaakob Md Sam said the commission had implemented several measures, carried out studies, investigations and provided recommendations for improvements to SOPs of several law enforcement agencies, including the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM). Read more

STATEMENT: On the Discovery of the Mass Graves in Wang Kelian

PrintSTATEMENT DATED 2 JUNE 2015 pdf

DISCOVERY OF THE MASS GRAVES IN WANG KELIAN

The stark reality and seriousness of the trafficking of migrants and refugees was brought home to all Malaysians upon the chilling discovery of the mass graves.

In 2008, a TV channel did an expose on the same issue which was broadcasted nationwide. In the same year, civil society organisation Tenaganita, published a book, The Revolving Door, with details of migrant and refugee communities who were trafficked into Malaysia from Myanmar. An elected representative, Charles Santiago, raised the same issues in Parliament in 2008. The government’s reply was and has consistently been, that the Immigration Department had carried out investigations and found no evidence to prove the allegations. Read more

Operasi gali kubur di Hutan Simpan Mata Ayer mula esok

Sumber: The Malaysian Insider

ubur di Hutan Simpan Mata Ayer di Lubuk Sireh berada kira-kira dua jam dari kem di Wang Kelian di mana kubur besar mengandungi mayat Rohingya ditemui. – Gambar fail The Malaysian Insider, 2 Jun, 2015.

Kubur di Hutan Simpan Mata Ayer di Lubuk Sireh berada kira-kira dua jam dari kem di Wang Kelian di mana kubur besar mengandungi mayat Rohingya ditemui. – Gambar fail The Malaysian Insider, 2 Jun, 2015.

Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) akan memulakan operasi menggali kubur di Hutan Simpan Mata Ayer di Lubuk Sireh esok, berikutan polis Thailand membenarkan laluan ke kawasan tersebut digunakan Malaysia.

Ketua Polis Perlis SAC Shafie Ismail berkata sebanyak 91 kubur dikenal pasti wujud di kawasan hutan yang terletak kira-kira 100 meter dari sempadan Thailand itu.

Beliau memberitahu Bernama operasi menggali kubur di kawasan Wang Kelian berakhir, dan pasukan polis serta forensik akan berehat sebelum memulakan operasi di kem transit di Hutan Simpan Mata Ayer yang mengambil masa kira-kira dua jam berjalan kaki dari kem di Wang Kelian. Read more