Sunday, December 4, 2011


Crime and Investigation Network launched its one-day Crime Prevention Workshop titled “ Be Alert and Aware This Festive Season” at 1 Utama Shopping Center.
Partnering with Crime and Investigation Network to host the workshop were The All Women’s Action Society (AWAM), Prince Court Medical Centre and 1 Utama  shopping center . The workshops aimed to educate the public on how to be safe during upcoming holiday season.

 The workshop was held from 11am to 3pm at the Main Entrance of 1 Utama Shopping. Participants were joined by AWAM (All Women’s Action Society) and medical experts from the Prince Court Medical Centre. First aid and general safety tips were shared with the public. This was followed by self-defence demonstrations by KickStart Academy.

Emcee of the event, Constantine Anthony

In addition, Crime and Investigation Network also embarked on a safety campaign with the “Board of Hope” a message board where members of the public were encouraged to voice out their dreams to a safer nation by posting a note on the message board. The exercise aimed to create a greater awareness with regards to crime prevention.

Judith Koh, Past President of AWAM

Chris Humphrey, Executive Producer AETN All Asia Networks

“Crime and Investigation Network is delighted to launch its crime prevention workshop today, with the support of The All Women’s Action Society (AWAM), Prince Court Medical Centre and 1 Utama. We hope that through this initiative and the program ‘The Murder of Canny Ong’ premiering this December 12th on Astro Channel 732 will encourage the public to work together towards a safer Malaysia as well as creating greater awareness on safety ,” said Chris Humphrey, Executive Producer AETN All Asia Networks.

Chris Humphrey
“As a feminist organisation, our stand is that everyone has the right to live in dignity and safe from violence. We support initiatives like this one that encourage Malaysians to speak out and take action against violence. Together we can create a safer Malaysia,” said Judith Koh, Past President of AWAM and One of the Organizer of Citizens Against Rape Campaign.

Judith Koh

Joanne of AWAM

Demonstration from AWAM volunteers on sexual harassment

Dr. Saharuddin Mohd Yasin of Prince Court Hospital

Very realistic self-defence demonstrations from KickStart Academy

Kudos to the "actors" from KickStart Academy for the demonstration!

Azalea, the KickStart Academy Director

This December on CI, Crime Investigation Asia reveals the truths behind The Murder of Canny Ong which premieres on December 12 at 10pm and The Masseuse Murders premiering on December 19 at 10pm exclusively on Astro Channel 732.

The documentary includes personal interviews from:

[1] Pearly Visvanathan Ong, Mother of Canny Ong
[2] Amidon Anan, Deputy Superintendent of Police and head of Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Malaysia at time of crime

[3] Dato Salehuddin Bin Saidin, Deputy Public Prosecutor at time of crime

[4] Rosal Azimin bin Ahmad, Solicitor for Ahmad Najib bin Aris

[5] Muhammad Haniff Khatri Abdullah, Leader of Defence team for Ahmad Najib Aris

[6] Fay Angela D'Cruz, Journalist

[7] Dr. Geshina Ayu Mat Saat, Criminologist/Psychologist

[8] SAC Abu Bakar Mustafa, CID Chief at time of crime

[9] Lance Corporal S. Ravichandran, Policeman on patrol duty at time of crime

[10] Noreen Natasha, Canny Ong’s best friend


Anonymous said...

.....important preview....


It's important and informative too.

Fairy-licious! said...

Everybody should learn the survival skill... because crime happened anywhere n anytime... and anyone can be the victim!