Tea Talk on Crime and Personal Safety - 25 Feb 2014

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Many Malaysians are concerned about the rising crime rate in the country. We hear and read about violent and petty crimes acts from the mass media, reports and conversations.

- Is the rising crime level in the country a perception or reality?
- What is the cause of the rising crime level?
- What safety precautions can I take to protect myself and my property?
- How to manage fear and panic in during an attack?
- What are some safety principles and smart survival techniques?
- What role can I play in the fight against crime?
MGA is proud to present out first tea talk on the subject of “Crime and Personal Safety”.

The speaker is Assistant Superintendent of Police, Mr Foo Chek Seng. ASP Foo , a certified Professional Trainer, has been with the Royal Malaysian Police for more than 20 years and is currently attached to Bukit Aman, RMP Media Centre.

Details of the talk are as follows:

Date : 25 February 2014
Time : 2:30pm
Venue : Cedat at 15, Level 15, Impiana KLCC Hotel, Jalan Pinang, Kuala Lumpur

Admission is complimentary but places are limited to 50 participants on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please confirm your attendance with Putri at 016-8784714 or putri@malaysiangas.com