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Sunday, March 1, 2015

CNY Celebration 2015

A boisterous start of the year of the goat with lion dance and lots of food was witnessed in SS20 on Saturday, 28 February. 

Organized by the RA SS20 CENTRAL at Cabin 8, Jalan SS20/14 to promote goodwill and friendship among the community, residents of various races got together to celebrate the festive event.
RA SS20 CENTRAL Orgainizing Committee
Guests present were YB Tony Pua (MP PJ Utara), YB Yeo Bee Yin (ADUN Damansara Utama), S.I. Mohd Isa (Deputy Police Chief of Damansara Police Station), Puan Zaharah Osman (CEO KPJ Damansara), Puan Eileen Thong (SS20 RT Chairman), Puan Noor (Chairman South Zone RA) and Mr Chung (Treasurer North Zone RA).

Beauties and the Lions
With the Police
With KPJ Damansara Staff
With YB Tony Pua
With YB Yeo Bee Yin

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Security Update from Police - 26 Feb 2015

Three incidents occurred last week.
1) Jalan SS20/3, South Zone - Attempted house break-in.
2) Jalan SS20/10, North Zone - Attempted house break-in
3) Jalan SS20/10, North Zone - House break-in

Community Policing in SS20 South Zone

Community policing at SS20 South Zone, 9 pm every Tuesday

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Community Policing Night - Central Zone

No criminal cases were reported by the police or the security guard supervisor.

The security supervisor have been told to tighten security in the Central Zone during the festive period. The police will also step up patrol in SS20.

The police brought some Police Notification Forms (Borang Makluman Meninggalkan Rumah Sempena Cuti Perayaan) for residents who wish to register with the police when they are away from home during the coming holiday period. 

Residents can obtain the forms at Cabin 8, Jalan SS20/14, weekdays from 5pm to 6pm. Please hand the completed forms to the Damansara Police station.

In view of the forthcoming Chinese New Year, Dato' Koh, Deputy Chairman of the RA SS20 Central presented the police with 5 boxes of mandarin oranges.

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Be wary of bump-and-rob criminals, motorists told

PETALING JAYA: Police here are calling for motorists to be vigilant after a string of bump-and-rob cases that they believe were perpetrated by the same suspects.
Authorities said the first two cases occurred on Tuesday when two men crashed into and robbed two people of their cars in the city area.
“The following day, a teacher from SMK Bandar Utama 2 was robbed of her vehicle along Persiaran Bandar Utama. We believe the same people were behind these crimes because the suspects used a car they had stolen from one of the earlier victims to rob the teacher,” said OCPD Asst Comm Azmi Abu Kassim.     Read more .....

Friday, January 23, 2015

Security Update from Police - 22 Jan 2015

South Zone
1) Dec 2014 – one case of carjacking and robbery whereby a pistol was also stolen.
2) 2nd week Jan 2015 – one case of snatch theft.  
     The above two incidents happened in the non gated and guarded roads of South Zone. Suspicious activities have also been observed on these roads.

Zero crime incidents in the gated and guarded areas of North Zone, Central Zone and South Zone in the month of Dec 2014 till 22 Jan 2015.

The police encourage SS20 residents to alert them if they notice any suspicious activities in the neighbourhood. Call 999 or Damansara Police Station at 03 77 222 222.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Senior citizen reverses car into bank by accident

PETALING JAYA: A senior citizen accidentally drove his car into a CIMB bank in Damansara Uptown, Sunday evening, after mistaking the forward gear for reverse.
However, CIMB took the accident with some light-hearted jest, with group chairman Datuk Seri Nazir Razak posting a picture of the crashed car on his Instagram account with the caption:
“Err.... Sorry but we have not launched CIMB Drive-in service.”
The bank now has to close a portion of its ATM section, after the 70-year-old’s Perodua Kelisa ploughed through the glass panels before hitting a wall in the bank. Read more ...