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NACP 5.3.1 – To establish a National Anti-Financial Crime Centre as a competent center to manage the seizure and forfeiture of assets through integrated enforcement

Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali, (NAFCC CEO) said the recent formation of the NAFCC indicates the seriousness of the government, especially Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, in cracking down on huge illicit outflows of money from the country.

The NAFCC will be one level up from the government’s multi-agency task force that has been in existence since 2011, and which was subsequently rebranded in 2015 as the National Revenue Recovery Enforcement Team (NRRET).

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NACP 5.3.2 – To empower the Police Force Commission in managing its welfare, logistics, manpower and training budgetary

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NACP 5.3.3 – To empower the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) in terms of the appointment of Chief Commissioner

NACP 5.3.3 – To empower the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) in terms of  budgetary oversight committee, establishment of service commission and manpower

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NACP 5.3.4 – To transform and convert the Enforcement Agency Integrity Commission (EAIC) into Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) to address integrity issues and curb misconducts among members of the Royal Malaysia Police


G25: IPCMC Bill lacks bite, needs to be beefed-up and fine-tuned

17 November 2019

The G25 (Group of 25 Eminent Malays) said that the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) Bill 2019 contains many deficiencies and improvements need to be made for the proposed law to really have a bite such as:

  1. The appointment of commissioners should reflect the diversity of Malaysian society; and that the appointment process is fair, transparent and merit based. The Prime Minister should only have a nominal involvement. Only Parliament should have the power to amend the Schedule and not the Executive. The Commissioners to be given security of tenure, just like Judges.
  2. The Commissioners and officers of the Commission should have all powers of investigation as contained in the Criminal Procedure Code.
  3. A provision to empower the IPCMC to: 
    • conduct public hearings
    • summon witnesses
    • examine witnesses
    • compel the production of documents, and
    • provide for the arrest of witnesses, for purposes of investigation and hearings.
  4. The Commission to establish a Code or Guidelines that provides for a procedure of handling witnesses, whistleblowers and persons assisting the IPCMC.
  5. The Inspector General’s Standing Orders (IGSO) should be made public.
  6. The Commission to handle complaints against the IGP, no special treatment or protection should be given to the IGP.
  7. Specific time frame imposed on the police force to refer cases of grievous hurt or death in their custody to the IPCMC.

The IPCMC Bill was tabled in the Dewan Rakyat on July 18 to investigate complaints against the police force. The Bill has been sent to the Special Select Committee on the Consideration of Bills.

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07 October 2019 

The Independent Police Complaints of Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) Bill has been referred to the Select Committee after being heatedly debated in Dewan Rakyat for almost six hours.

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