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Transparency International Malaysia Lauds Call To Emulate PDRM's Integrity Initiatives
TI-M President, Datuk Akhbar Satar in a statement Thursday said TI-M extended its hands to Pemandu to work together to raise awareness and advocate intergrity and corruption-free enforcement agencies in Malaysia.
"It is important for Pemandu to introduce a range of measures to improve the integrity and transparency of the police force," he added.
Akhbar said, TI-M would also like to congratulate Pemandu for being one of the world's top 20 leading government innovation team as reported by Bloomberg Philantrophies & Nesta, UK innovation foundations.
Recently Pemandu's Director of the Anti-Corruption National Key Results Area Ravindran Devagunam proposed to other key enforcement agencies to begin implementing initiatives that promote integrity in their respective agencies.
He said this when commenting on a statement by Bukit Aman federal traffic police chief, SAC Mohd Fuad Abd Latiff that a letter of commendation would be given to a policeman who rejected a bribe.
Earlier, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar was reported to have said an integrity test would be imposed on all new police recruits.
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