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Security news around Bukit Jelutong

Attempted burglary in Menara (July 20th, 2016). Time :9:30pm. Owner was out, only spouse was at home during the time. Cangkul used to break glass sliding door, similar to break-in at Mihrab. Suspects (Indon) from adjacent 2 houses under construction. Several residents cordoned house to prevent escape. One suspect managed to jump fence into next house. PDRM arrived and flushing of both houses done with 4 arrested. PDRM conducted a second flushing. During the second search, another suspect was caught in the roof. All in 6 suspects were arrested and brought to BJ police station for further questioning.  Please be careful and observant.

Above message was relayed through several Whatsapp groups by the Chairman of Menara-Mihrab Resident Association.

SIME Darby Property launched its Auxiliary Police Unit to enhance security in its townships and other developments. Its managing director Datuk Jauhari Hamidi said the first batch of the unit comprised 32 personnel. “The introduction of the unit is part of our approach to reinforce the security at all current and future Sime Darby Property townships, with the aim of creating a safer environment for the communities. “The first batch will be deployed at selected townships and developments and we plan to expand the unit with more trained personnel being deployed across all our townships very soon,” he said in his speech at the launch at Oasis Damansara.

Two cases of car break-ins were reported in Bukit Jelutong within the past week.

BJRA recently organised a meeting with Sime Darby Property and Precint  Heads. All Precint Heads and/or their representatives were invited to the meeting. The meeting was mainly to provide a platform for Sime Darby Property to inform the Precint Heads of initiatives they are considering making based on the feedback that has been provided to them over the past few months. BJRA had initiated various meetings with Sime Darby Property and Precint Heads separately with regards to strengthening security of Bukit Jelutong as a whole.

BJRA has forged a close collaboration involving Polis DiRaja Malaysia and Sime Darby Property in an effort to further enhance the security in Bukit Jelutong. As criminals have evolved new ways and methods of infiltrating into housing areas, new methods must also be employed to control potential crime. The tripartite collaboration of BJRA, PDRM and SDP were forced to "think-outside-the-box" and work a hybrid approach towards community security. Read more.

Going "Balik kampung" this Raya ? Or going on holiday during the festive period? Will your house be empty for a prolonged period?
BJRA and the Royal Malaysian Police (IPD Shah Alam and Balai Polis Bukit Jelutong) have teamed up to try and make sure your holiday is with peace of mind. If you can inform us of your balik kampung plans (or holiday plans), PDRM will put extra effort to patrol your area. Read More

BJRA's Security Committee has designed a Safe City concept with the aim of systematically ensuring total security enhancement for the whole of Bukit jelutong. The proposal has been presented to Sime Darby Property to assist with the execution and implementation. The proposal takes into considerations many elements, both controllable and uncontrolled. Bukit Jelutong faces a continuously challenging landscape as time goes by. It is hoped that the Safe City Program, when implemented soonest, can handle the security requirements of a growing township like ours. READ MORE

5 houses were under attack last week. All the affected houses were bordering the TNB land and its was strongly suspected that the incursions originated from the land. In view of this, BJRA invited the representatives of the bordeing precints to a discussion to deliberate next course of actions.