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Nod of Approval to Bring Back the Truncheon

New Straits Times (Malaysia)

16 January 2005

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The New Sunday Times reported today that the truncheon would return to the policeman's belt after an absence of 25 years. Police will also carry a canister of mace. It is understood that Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Bakri Omar has approved the re-introduction of the truncheon…

"However, the police should train their personnel in which circumstances they would use a truncheon, mace or revolver. They should be taught to use guns only when excessive force is used or when the criminal is also armed."

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