Police recruitment drive
Sarawak Head of Management, Datuk Dr Chai Khin Chung believed that Chinese youngsters will have a good career in the police force and that Chinese parents should discard the negative perception of having their children in the force.
Chai, who has been in the force for almost 30 years was born in Asajaya, Samarahan, entered the force with only a SPM but now holds a doctorate in engineering from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Skudai in Johor Baharu.
He said Chinese always think that a good man should not join the PDRM and said they should as they could contribute positively for the society.
Chai held a press conference with The Federation of Kuching & Samarahan Divisions Chinese Associations and hoped that with the joint effort, more Chinese would choose the force as a career.
Under the special recruitment drive, no quota has been fixed but police are targeting 5,000 new recruits from the Chinese community.
Application forms are available from all police stations or can also be downloaded from the Royal Malaysia Police website.
The Federation of Kuching & Samarahan Divisions Chinese Associations will organise a Chinese police recruitment event on April 4 at the MBKS auditorium.
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