Earth Hour, Saturday 8:30pm, 27 March 2010.
A global sustainability movement to make our stand against climate change to save the earth.
Friday, March 26, 2010
Monday, March 22, 2010
On Sunday 21 March, SS20 residents took the initiative to celebrate Police Day with the local police, in appreciation of the commendable progress in the community policing programme. The close rapport between the DU police and residents has significantly reduced the crime rate in SS20. Our special guests included ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed (OCPD of Petaling Jaya), Supt. Razak bin Elias (Deputy OCPD of Petaling Jaya), Chief Inspector Thomas Sulok (OCS Police Damansara), Sgt Jamil, Sgt Hamdan, Sgt Selvaraja and many other police personnel and police volunteer reserves. Despite the heavy rain, more than 150 residents were present to join in the celebration.
Monday, March 15, 2010
Mar 8 - House break-in. 2 Indonesians and an Indian who came on 2 motorbikes and armed with parangs broke into a house on Jalan SS20/21 at around 10:30am. Two occupants were inside the house when the incident happened.
Friday, March 12, 2010
Saturday, March 6, 2010
Today, Puan Eileen Thong and a group of our residents attended a dialogue session with Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan at Dataran Petaling organized by PDRM.
At the event, residents from Petaling Jaya were given the opportunity to speak to the IGP concerning the crime and security issues in their area.
Unfortunately, due to time constraints, we were not able to voice our concerns. However, Mr. E C Tan, who has great foresight, already anticipated this and with some help from Eileen, had compiled our concerns and proposal into a neat file to be handed to the IGP.
Our residents also managed to have their photo taken with the IGP.
Friday, March 5, 2010
Our joy is short-lived.
Dato’ told us last night that the thieves are back from CNY holidays.
Mar 1 – house break-in at Jalan SS20/26 at around 3pm.
Mar 4 – 2 attempted snatch theft incidents along Jalan SS20/10
Sigh… just when we thought we had things under control ….. don’t worry, keep vigilant and report anything suspicious to the police.