Is Malaysia part of INTERPOL?
First and foremost, allow me to congratulate the Interpol, for this year, marks the 100th Anniversary of its formation and through its tireless efforts, significant development to policing have been made worldwide. We in Malaysia are proud to be part of the Interpol evolution.
How do I contact INTERPOL Malaysia?
NCB / Interpol Malaysia
- First name. NCB / Interpol Malaysia.
- Institution. Attn: Supt. Dr. Parusuraman Subramanian Assistant Director NCB / Interpol Malaysia.
- Address. Royal Malaysia Police, Bukit Aman.
- Telephone. +60 (3) 22 62 87 91.
- +60 (3) 22 72 24 91.
- Asia and the Pacific.
Does Malaysia have Secret Service?
The Special Branch or SB (Malay: Cawangan Khas) is an intelligence agency attached to the Royal Malaysia Police. The SB is empowered to acquire and develop intelligence on internal and external threats to the nation, subversive activities, extremist activities and activities of sabotage and spying.
How much do INTERPOL agents make?
Different duty stations around the world set their own pay scales for contract Interpol careers. At Interpol HQ in Lyon, France, the bottom rank – Grade 1, Step 10 – pays a monthly salary of 2,055 euros, as of 2018. At Step 1, it’s 7,292 euros. For Grade 13, Step 1, the top position, it’s 13,054 euros.
How can I join police in Malaysia?
- Malaysian citizens aged between 18 and 28 years.
- Excellent health condition and vision with no physical impairments.
- No criminal record.
- Diploma in Electrical / Electronic / Mechanical / Science / Engineering / Information Technology with minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.00.
Can INTERPOL make arrests?
INTERPOL is an international organization with administrative capabilities to help countries work together to fight international crime. Interpol does not have executive powers, so Interpol official do not arrest suspects or act without the approval of national authorities.
What do you call the police in Malaysia?
THE ROYAL MALAYSIA POLICE
The Royal Malaysian Police (Abbreviation: RMP; Malay: Polis Diraja Malaysia, PDRM;) is a part of the security forces structure in Malaysia. The force is a centralized organization with responsibilities ranging from traffic control to intelligence gathering.