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Introduction

Crime is a harmful act or omission against the public which the State wishes to prevent
and which, upon conviction, is punishable by fine, imprisonment, and/or death. No
conduct constitutes a crime unless it is declared criminal in the laws of the country.
Some crimes (such as theft or criminal damage) may also be civil wrongs (torts) for
which the victim(s) may claim damages in compensation.
Crime is illegal activity that is prohibited by the law. A crime is often called an offence.
Some people wear shirts that say its only illegal if you get caught. This is untrue. Any
activity prohibited by statute or the common law is illegal whether you are caught or not.
This is like saying its only illegal to hurt children if you get caught. Most people would
agree that hurting children is illegal whether or not the people who commit such crimes
are caught.
The law, and the crimes it creates are most often a reflection of morality. Morality is
made up of the principles we use to govern our relationships with one another. This is
why actions such as stealing, assault, rape, and murder are crimes each of these acts
harms our ability to trust other people, and to feel safe in society. This crime activity is
related to Royal Malaysia Police (RMP) which under Ministry Of Home Affairs (MOHA).
This is to ensure the continuous maintenance and preservation of national security and
public order through strict enforcement of the laws and efficient implementation of
policies for programmes that are based on the core services of the Ministry of Home
Affairs. These measurements or assessments must be based on indexes of crime, drug
abuse, publications, films, societies, citizenship, foreign workers and illegal immigrants.
Crime in Malaysia manifests in various forms, including murder, drug trafficking, money
laundering, fraud, corruption, black marketeering, and many others.
Crime rates in Malaysia have skyrocketed due to the presence of foreigners. They are
involved serious crimes such as causing death, manslaughter, bodily injuries and using
firearms and other weapons. The police cannot do much as there is no proper
identification of illegal immigrants who come into the country on the pretext of looking
for jobs.
Background
The Policing History in Malaysia begins with the proclaimation of the Judicial Charter
'Piagam Keadilan' at Pulau Pinang in 1807. Even then the police role begin much
earlier, i:e during the Malay Sultanate which already have their own set of laws and
were currently practiced. The laws practiced were then focused on customary laws or
Islamic laws 'syariah' while enforcement was carried out by the warriors
('Temenggong').
The Royal Malaysia Police (RMP) has a staff of 102,037 officers and men. This number
reflects the various duties undertaken by RMP, ranging from General Duties to
operations carried out by the General Operation Force (GOF). General Duties include
traditional policing and services provided to the public at the police stations. The non-
regulatory duties carried out by the GOF include preventing the entry of illegal
immigrants and now well known successes during the communist insurgency.
In carrying out the responsibilities entrusted by the public, the RMP is assisted by
support groups such as the Police Reserve, Police Volunteer Reserve, Auxiliary Police,
Police Cadet Corps and civilian staff. These groups play an important role in
determining the security and the wellbeing of the nation.
Vision Mission
Practising the principle of Friendly, Fast and Correct as the force motto in providing
excellent service. Besides that to upgrade professionalism among personnel
continuously. Ensuring the Force will always be trusted, envied and trusted by the public
Also strike fear among criminals.




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