Polis Wanita Kita Tak Tahan, Buang Baju
Seorang anggota polis wanita dari Balai Polis Gombak telah membuang pakaian seragam polisnya ke dalam tong sampah. Anggota polis tadi telah menghantar surat perletakan jawatan keran tak tahan dengan beban kerja yang bertambah dan kenaikan gaji yang sedikit.
Setelah dinaikkan pangkat ke koperal , beliau hanya menerima kenaikan gaji sebanyak RM 50 manakala elaun motosikal sebanyak RM 500 telah ditamatkan.
Ini bermakna pendapatan bulanannya telah berkurangan setelah dinaikkan pangkat. Beliau juga tidak tahan melihat ada rakan sekerjanya yang cedera dan cacat kekal ketika melakukan tugas malah ada yang mati.
Berita ini bukan fitnah, ianya laporan akhbar The Star 2 Jun 2010.
Apa nak jadi Malaysia, apa nak jadi PDRM. Kesian sungguh anggota PDRM kita, habis madu , sepah dibuang.
Hishamuddin ada nak komen apa-apa ? Kata gaji polis dah naik ?
COP THROWS UNIFORM INTO DUSTBIN AFTER QUITTING
The Star 2 June 2010
A policewoman literally threw her uniform away on the day she resigned from the force, major Chinese dailies highlighted.
Corporal Dai Bao Xiang, 51, tendered her resignation letter to her superiors at the Gombak district police headquarters in Selangor on Monday, citing unhappiness with the hectic workload and little increment.
She threw her uniform into a dustbin and shouted: “I am finally free. I’m not a policewoman anymore!.”
Dai also had a meeting with OCPD Asst Comm Abdul Rahim Abdullah for 15 minutes before leaving the police station.
“This was not a hasty decision. I had given it a serious thought,” she said.
She said she had lost 20kg since she was promoted to corporal and transferred to the Selayang police station as an enquiry section head last year.
Dai said she only received RM50 increment after her promotion, however her other wages of up to RM500 including a motorcycle allowance were discontinued.
“That means my actual income is lower than what I had received before,’’ she told the media.
Dai said among other reasons for her leaving the force was that she witnessed her colleagues suffering permanent injuries or even being killed in the line of duty.
“Our income as police officers doesn’t commensurate with the workload and risks that we face,’’ she said.