The development of borderless technology is now a challenge in policing for the Royal Brunei Police Force, RBPF. It has sparked an uncertain trend or pattern of crime statistics in the world. This requires the RBPF to be more efficient and responsive in handling any form of crime or criminal activity. The matter was highlighted yesterday morning by the Permanent secretary at the Prime Minister's Office and the Director of Internal Security Department during the Passing Out Parade of the Police Constable Recruits Squad 1/2017. Retired Lieutenant Colonel Pengiran Haji Muhammad Sazali bin Pengiran Haji Yakob said piety, integrity, firmness, fairness and professionalism are essential in a trained policeman in carrying out his or her duties and responsibility especially in maintaining and defending national security.
Also attending the ceremony were Dato Paduka Seri Awang Haji Mohd Jammy bin Haji Muhd Shah Al-Islam, the Commissioner of Police and the Assistant Commissioner of Police Pengiran Haji Muhammad bin Pengiran Haji Metali, the Acting Deputy Commissioner of Police. The sixty one Police Constable Recruits completed eight months of Basic Training encompassing mental, physical and spiritual aspects at the Police Training Centre. Awang Muhammad Ashaari bin Zaini was chosen as the Overall Best Recruit. The Best Recruit in Law and Police Work was Awang Muhammad Zikir Jauhari bin Abdul Rahim @ Lampuh, while Awang Muhd Alauden bin Mohd Ali was chosen as the Best Recruit in drills and outdoor training.
Source: Radio Television Brunei