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From: Ahmad Yusof <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hi Hj Ahmad
Good meeting up with you during the MPKj Budget Dialogue.
As I have promised, see following message I posted last year on SV residents' forum:
This information about "Pasukan Keselamatan Kejiranan" programme extracted from NST should encourage residents to support SV Resident Association.
"MBPJ enforcement director Mohd Fauzi Maarop said RAs and RTs registered with the council will be given RM5,000 on a yearly basis under the Pasukan Keselamatan Kejiranan programme, previously called Community Policing. He said to register, RAs and RTs must submit their application stating the interest for the fund through their area councillor. RAs and RTs must also be registered under the Department of National Unity."
I spoke to MPKj Councillor, Chandran Mohan (019-3587003), and he said they have proposed to have this allocation in this year's budget. That means that if this is approved, registered RAs in Kajang will be getting a "Community Policing" fee next year (2013).
You can read the full article below:
Simplify guarded-community application process
http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/02SPGUA/Article/art_print By Sheila Sri Priya
PETALING JAYA: Residents are asking for a simpler process to get the guarded community approval from the local council and to waive the RM200 application fee. The matter was raised during the briefing on guarded community organised by the Petaling Jaya city council (MBPJ) attended by 20 residents associations (RA) and rukun tetangga (RT) heads on Sunday at the community library at Jalan Selangor.
At the briefing, the resident leaders were told to submit applications to the MBPJ Planning and Development department of their intentions to have a guarded community and its whereabouts.
MBPJ director of Planning and Development Noraini Roslan said all guarded communities must meet certain requirements.
In the first stage, RAs must submit seven copies of the floor and building plan showing where the boom gates, security beat and other barriers will be placed.
They're encouraged to engage a professional to do the plans. Residents can seek assistance from the council for a sample of a suitable building plan.
A list of residents supporting the guarded community proposal with details such as photocopies of the residents' identity cards and signatures are required.
There is a processing fee of RM200. RAs must submit an application for the temporary building permit for their existing guard house.
Upon receiving MBPJ's approval for the building and floor plans, the RAs must submit their proposal for Temporary Occupancy Licence (TOL) from the Petaling Land Office with complete details of their security company to the council.
Noraini said the council recognises the need for guarded community. However, she said safety measures must not be compromised. "All guarded communities must be accessible to fire engines, ambulances, police and other enforcement authorities. The guard house must look presentable.
Noraini said the council will study all the applications carefully to avoid future problems.
"When the council gives the approval to a community, it has to be accountable if anything goes wrong," she said.
All Petaling Jaya, Selangor Residents Association Coalition president Johan Tung said the application fee for the guarded community application of RM200 must be waived or reduced.
On a separate matter, MBPJ enforcement director Mohd Fauzi Maarop said RAs and RTs registered with the council will be given RM5,000 on a yearly basis under the Pasukan Keselamatan Kejiranan programme, previously called Community Policing .
He said to register, RAs and RTs must submit their application stating the interest for the fund through their area councillor.
RAs and RTs must also be registered under the Department of National Unity.
Tung welcomed the council's move to allocate RM5,000 to each RA or RT annually, but felt the amount was too little and should be increased.
"The council has an allocation of RM260 million for security in this year's budget. But the residents will only be getting about RM1million for the community policing. I hope more can be given to the residents," said Tung.
He also requested the council to fix more CCTVs in the city.
Fauzi said the money can be used to buy torchlights or items that can be used to safeguard the neighbourhood.
He said there are 108 RAs and 48 RTs registered with the council.