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About 5% of Suksis university graduates have joined police force so far, says IGP

on 20 Julai 2012.

About 5% of Suksis university graduates have joined police force so far, says IGP

KOTA SAMARAHAN: Members of the Police Undergraduate Voluntary Corps (Suksis) will be given priority if they are keen to enter the police force after graduating from university.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar said about 5% of Suksis members were estimated to have joined the force so far.

“This is a good percentage. We have a good number of applications, easily a few hundred apply and most of them are accepted into the force.

“This shows that there is increased interest among graduates to enter the police force,” he told reporters after attending the corps’ 8th passing-out parade at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) here yesterday.


Well-trained: Members of the Police Undergraduate Voluntary Corps in position for their
passing-out parade at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak’s campus yesterday.

Ismail said Suksis members could help to strengthen the police force if they signed up after completing their studies.

“This is because they already have basic training and will give added value to the police. They also have academic qualifications in various fields, which will contribute to our long-term objective of making the force a world-class policing agency,” he said.

He also said the Suksis programme benefited not only the force but also the nation because the members were taught to be disciplined and to love the country through the ability to preserve peace and harmony.

“The Suksis programme is our continuous effort to inculcate policing knowledge among undergraduates in public universities,” he said.

With 957 trainees receiving their honorary inspectorships yesterday, there are now 3,523 Suksis members from 19 public institutions of higher learning nationwide.

Earlier in his speech, Ismail said the Suksis training programme equipped undergraduates with knowledge and experience beyond the academic scope.

“This added value will help to produce graduates who have a strong sense of social responsibility, are disciplined and love peace and harmony, in line with our police principles.

“When you graduate from university, this discipline will help you to continue practising the positive values you learnt in Suksis at your workplace,” he said.

He also called on the Suksis members to be role models to other undergraduates by always maintaining a high level of discipline.

“Stay away from social problems and don’t break the law, but set a good example that others can emulate,” he added.

Meanwhile, Unimas Suksis Corp commandant deputy vice-chancellor Prof Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahman proposed that the police set up a special structure to enable Suksis members to continue their voluntary service after graduating.

He said the members could help the police in cases involving maintaining public order and security as they had already received basic training.

Source : thestar

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