By Jaythaleela K
MIRI, Oct 23: Federal Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Bukit Aman Director, Datuk Seri Wan Ahmad Najmuddin Mohd led a team of officers to conduct an audit at Miri Central Police Station (CPS) today.
Upon his arrival around 8.45am, he inspected a guard-of-honour.
Prior to this visit he was in Sibu to conduct a similar exercise.
Among those welcoming Wan Ahmad to Miri was Miri City police chief, ACP Lim Meng Seah.
During a press conference, Wan Ahmad expressed his hope that the audit’s outcome (reports) which will be handed over to the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) and Human Resources Department in Bukit Aman, could help to repair the dilapidated Miri CPS.
“If we can’t build a new CPS, at least we can help to repair it; that is the least we can do,” he said.
Wan Ahmad had served in Sibu and Miri in the early 1980’s, as well as Marudi before he was transferred back to Kuala Lumpur.
The audit teams led by Wan Ahmad arrived in Sarawak on Sunday, and their first stop was Sibu.
A total of 28 district police headquarters in Sarawak are involved in the audit exercise.
However, the teams will only visit 20 out of the 28, while the remaining districts will be inspected by local police officers. — DayakDaily