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Old 13-02-2018, 11:36 PM
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In the absence of hard evidence like travel documents that can be used in other types of immigration offences, marriage of convenience offences require innovative investigation methods, officers said. They were unable to reveal details of their investigations so as not to tip off other potential offenders.

“Our officers had to painstakingly go through a tedious interview process, and use other supporting evidence to be able to find that there was a link, to connect the dots,” Supt Maran said.
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Traffic Police inspector found guilty of molesting 4 NSF subordinates
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asiaone.com/singapore/man-who-got-knocked-out-geylang-attack-i-just-looked-them-and-they-started-attacking-me


According to Shin Min Daily News, the man arrested was the same man caught on video assaulting the victim's female companions.

Reporters later visited the suspect's home and spoke to a young woman who identified herself as a close friend.

She told them that the suspect has remained to himself ever since the incident.

She said:

"He wouldn't even speak to me these few days."
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Old 01-06-2018, 11:37 AM
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NSF, who also had drug offences and failed to report for NS duties, to be caned as well

Even as he was serving his national service with the Singapore Police Force, Muhd Firdaus Abdullah was himself on the wrong side of the law - trafficking drugs and harbouring an alleged murderer.

A special constable in the Special Operations Command (SOC), he was also a secret society member.

Yesterday, Firdaus, 20, was jailed for six years and two months, and will receive five strokes of the cane.


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Jail, cane for Police NSF who harboured alleged murderer and committed drug-related offences
SINGAPORE - While serving his national service with the Singapore Police Force, Muhd Firdaus Abdullah was himself on the wrong side of the law - trafficking drugs and harbouring an alleged murderer.

The special constable attached to the Special Operations Command (SOC) was also a secret society member.

On Wednesday (May 30), Firdaus, 20, was jailed for six years and two months, with five strokes of the cane. He had pleaded guilty last month to one count each of harbouring an alleged murderer, failing to report for his national service duties and possessing, consuming and trafficking drugs.

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A man who harboured a fellow gang member suspected of being involved in a high-profile murder case was jailed six years and two months and given five strokes of the cane at the State Courts on Wednesday (30 May).

Muhd Firdaus Abdullah, 20, was a full-time police national serviceman (PNSF) when he took Muhammad Khalid Kamarudin, 22, and Muhammad Faizal Md Jamal, 23, into his brother’s Aljunied Crescent flat on the morning of 12 March last year.

Khalid and Fazial along with two others – Shawalludin Sa’adon, 27, and Muhammad Hisham Hassan, 28 – had allegedly attacked two men near St James Power Station hours earlier, leaving one of the victims dead and the other severely injured.

The four attackers along with Firdaus are all members of the Sio Kun Tong secret society group, which operates out of Toa Payoh Central.

While out on bail for harbouring Khalid, Firdaus – who held the rank of Special Constable and was attached to the Special Operations Command unit – also deserted his national service post, claiming it paid too little, and turned to drug trafficking.

Firdaus had pleaded guilty to one charge of harbouring an alleged murderer, one charge of possessing methamphetamine with the purpose of trafficking, one count of consuming the same drug and another count of possessing the drug.
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https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/ea...ion-technology
The Smart Command Centre taps Singapore’s wide network of closed-circuit surveillance cameras, and potentially drones that the MHA is considering to use.

It is able to recognise faces in a crowd – as well as pick out persons-of-interest in police watchlists.

On top of that, it is able to track those who are not on watchlists, but are found to be behaving suspiciously by loitering within an area.

The system allows police officers to then zoom in on a particular individual, plotting across data sets from multiple camera images to form a timeline of his movement patterns.

“Video surveillance is not new and is common and widely deployed, but NEC’s system is not just about surveillance,” Mr Tham said.

“It is one where we can detect, tag and track a person, which will come in useful during a manhunt situation. We can locate him or her anywhere in Singapore, and this is very powerful for law enforcement agencies,” he added.

And the most critical component, he said, is how all this information can be synchronised to the responding officers’ smartphones – allowing them to know where the culprit is in real time.

https://www.straitstimes.com/singapo...re-effectively
The phones will also enable officers to access information on standard operating procedures on the go, en route to an incident and even while they are off duty.

Through apps such as the CCTV Mapping app, officers can plot locations of interest, for example, those of closed-circuit television cameras and construction sites, and use this information for investigations.

For instance, the location of CCTV cameras can help investigation officers identify which cameras would have likely captured footage of a suspect.

Some apps will also allow officers to identify uniforms that suspects might be wearing. In the future, officers will be able to pull up information about a suspect’s criminal record.

Administrative apps will allow officers to electronically file case entries that will be uploaded into the case management system.

Should the device be lost, security measures, such as allowing the information to be remotely deleted, will be carried out, the police said in response to media queries.

In addition to strict security measures and standard operating procedures, access and use of the police smartphone and its apps will be monitored closely, and any misuse will result in disciplinary proceedings against the officer involved, said the police spokesman.

So far, about 700 officers from the Central Police Division have been issued the smartphones.

Mr Shanmugam said harnessing technology has become essential for the authorities to do their job, for example, in surveillance and sense-making.

“Today, more than 2,000 cases have been solved by the use of cameras. It has reduced substantially the number of unlicensed moneylending type of acts,” he said.

About 70,000 cameras have been installed so far. This year, another 5,000 cameras will be installed, with greater use of video analytical capabilities.

Mr Shanmugam cited China as a leader in the use of closed-circuit television surveillance.

It has one of the largest CCTV networks in the world. Its cameras have facial recognition technology and are deployed at various places, including concerts and festivals, Mr Shanmugam added.

A suspect wanted in a major Chinese city was nabbed about 7,000km away after such cameras picked him up at a Jacky Cheung concert among 60,000 people, said Mr Shanmugam, referring to a news report.

“That is the kind of power that technology can give to law enforcement officers.

“Our capabilities must similarly be that if something happens, we want to trace the person, we need to have complete real-time capabilities. Where is he? What is he doing? Which car is he getting into? Which carpark?”

The minister added: “We are not there yet. We have to get there.”
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https://www.straitstimes.com/singapo...one-because-of
She also claimed that before and on the day of the raid, she was threatened and physically intimidated by several police officers who had come into contact with her.

She said one officer told her that if she did not cooperate, the police would bring her step-grandmother in for questioning as well.

"I was hesitant because I didn't want them to bring my step-grandmother to the station," said a teary Fiona Poh in a shaky voice.

She added that she became "very scared so I just told (the police) what they wanted".


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On Tuesday, defence lawyer Tang said his client had been threatened by some of the police officers who came in contact with her after she was arrested.

When asked whether he was aware of the claims made by Fiona Poh, IO Ho said he was not.

Some of these threats, said Mr Tang, included officers telling her to cooperate during questioning so that she would not get hit. The IO refuted the possibility of this claim.

In another instance, she was also told that if she continued to stay silent, "an accident might happen" to her aunt during investigations, added the lawyer.

In response, IO Ho said he was unaware of any of the claims, as he was not present during those times.

When Mr Tang asked the IO if he was aware that Fiona Poh had "suffered from threats, inducements or promises prior to making her statement", the IO said he was not.

Mr Tang then suggested that as a result, Fiona Poh had "involuntarily" given him her statement, to which the IO rejected by saying he disagreed.
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