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PEMUDA PJU 7, PETALING JAYA NEWS LETTER AUG 12

Dear members of PEMUDA PJU 7, First of all, we would like to wish all of our muslim residents Selamat Hari Raya Adilfitri and to all other residents a happy holiday and a safe journey back home. Security Enhancement In view of the long holidays in August and the recent incidents happening around Petaling Jaya such as abductions at The Curve shopping mall and One Utama shopping mall, attempted house break-in in MUDORA and unauthorized fogging contractors entering the PEMUDA PJU7 premises, the committee has decided to enhance the level of security. Some of the key initiatives that had been taken to beef up the security are as follows:1. Two new road bumps had been built at the visitor entrance of the guard house. 2. A new Security Operations Procedure has been introduced and will take effect from 1st September 2012. 3. All visitors will need to register with the security guards as they enter the neighbourhood by producing a form of Identification (IC, passport or driving license) and register their car plate number 4. Contractors, workers and real estate agents are required to fill a separate form 5. Guard house will be equipped with a telephone line to communicate with residents (members) should there be a need to verify status of visitor. 6. Panic button and two new CCTV cameras will be installed at the security guard house which will be linked to the Mutiara Damansara Police station should there be a major robbery/incident.
PEMUDA PJU 7 LOCATED AT: Mutiara Damansara Phase 10!

pju7ra@gmail.com

PEMUDA PJU 7, PETALING JAYA NEWS LETTER AUGUST 12

Propose Road bump location

Road bump #1.PJU beside house No. 1, PJU 7/28 08/22/12

Guard House

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For your own security, we urge all members to take note of the SECURITY HOTLINE no:+6018 2828 767 (018 2828 SOS) and MUTIARA DAMANSARA POLICE STATION no: 03-7725…...

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