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OUTGOING Sibu OCPD Asst Comm Stanley Jonathan Ringgit wants his successor to continue efforts to reduce the crime rate in the city.
Speaking during the handing over ceremony, he expressed hope that his successor would live up to the responsibilities and trust placed upon him by the force, including achieving its vision and mission.
ACP Stanley is retiring after serving the force for almost 39 years.
He took over the helm of Sibu OCPD on Jan 6, 2018.
His duties will be handled by his deputy Supt Collin Babat until Bukit Aman identifies a successor.
ACP Stanley called on police personnel to give their full support to Supt Collin.
He also hoped that the Sibu police force would continue to increase crime prevention efforts, either through community policing or conventional policing, so that the government’s aim of reducing the crime rate would be achieved.
“I take this opportunity to congratulate the efforts of all Sibu OCPD personnel in reducing the crime index rate for 2021 by 41.02% to 313 cases, from 450 cases the year before.
“Success in reducing the crime rate rests on the shoulders of all Royal Malaysia Police staff and it requires a high level of cooperation and commitment,” he added.
In addition, he wanted them to carry out community policing activities so that the people could feel their presence, especially in residential areas and crime hotspots.
“This effort is necessary to increase the community’s trust of the police to prevent crimes such as housebreaking as well as motorcycle and car theft,” he said.
On life after retirement, he said he would be back with his family in Saratok, Sarawak.
State police chief Comm Datuk Aidi Ismail, who witnessed the handing over ceremony, thanked ACP Stanley for his service and for the many achievements under his belt.
“Tuan Stanley has performed his duty with full dedication and commitment, as seen by the better security in Sibu,” he said.
Meanwhile, Supt Collin pledged to do his best. — By ANDY CHUA