Fri, 07 Jun 2013 09:45:00 GMT

United Against Crime campaign to raise awareness

Join local celebs and pledge your commitment to fight crime alongside PDRM.


United Against Crime

Noticed that crime cases are rampant in your neighbourhood? Reports and shouts have fallen on deaf ears and you don't know what else you can do to keep your community safe? Maybe you could share your voices with the respective parties in the United Against Crime campaign, that is advocated by the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Royal Malaysia Police. The United Against Crime campaign seeks to raise awareness on PDRM’s work in reducing incidences of crime in this country, and also to gather community support to tackle this issue.

Everyone has a role to play in the fight against crime, and for this, the organisers behind this campaign seek Malaysians to pledge their support. To date, over a million Malaysians have pledged - the exact numbers are 1,001,020 pledges. The website also hosts games and safety tips (downloadable in pdf) to help further educate the public, and for them to share with their loved ones to ensure their safety and security.

All you need to do is:

a)      Visit www.unitedagainstcrime.com.my  and click on the “Pledge” Tab

b)      Insert your name and location

c)       Pick 1 pledge from the 5 choices available

d)      Click “Pledge”

e)      Share it on Facebook to your friends and family

f)       Explore the website, share the safety tips and test the safety games

On Saturday, 8 June in KLCC Park, there is a United Against Crime day for the public to gather for one day, to renew their commitment to combat crime together and learn more about crime prevention. Among the highlights will be performances by the Lim Kok Wing students, the KL Drumliners and TNT Kickboxing. Activities include the safety maze and the digital pledges by the public.

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