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Courtesy Call on Director, Narcotics Criminal Investigations Division (NCID) Royal Malaysia Police

5 March 2020

Captain Martin A. SEBASTIAN RMN (R), Centre Head and Senior Fellow,  paid a courtesy call on the new Director NCID, DCP Datuk Ramli Din. Datuk Ramli was formerly the Chief Police Officer (CPO) for Sarawak. Capt. Martin was accompanied by the former Deputy Director NCID, DCP Dato’ Kang Sze Kiang. Capt. Martin and DCP Dato Kang were part of the Malaysian Delegation  during the study visit to the United States on Narcotics.  

http://www.mima.gov.my/news-list/340-the-national-maritime-single-points-of-contact-nmspoc---work-study-visit-to-joint-inter-agency-task-force-west-jiatf-w-and-the-narcotics-task-force-ntf

During the courtesy call, Captain Martin praised NCID on the recent bust on the north west coast of the country and the efforts by NCID to seize assets of drug lords. He appraised NCID on the next narcotics workshop by the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Kuala Lumpur which is planned to be held end of March 2020. This international workshop brings together nation around the Andaman Sea to address narcotics coming through the Andaman Sea Route with the focus on enhancing cooperation between land and sea agencies. NCID and Malaysia Coast Guard (MCG) are the main cohorts for the workshop.  Captain Martin had written extensively on bridging the land-sea nexus in addressing maritime crimes.

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Fig 1: DCP Datuk Ramli expressing his thoughts

DCP Datuk Ramli expressed that criminal syndicates are using novel methods to smuggle drugs into the country. In most cases, Malaysia is a transit point for large consignment of drugs. However, through intelligence exchange, NCID has managed to cripple many syndicates.

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Fig 2: Captain Martin exchanging a light moment with DCP Datuk Ramli

There is a serious need for agencies to work closely and Captain Martin shared how many nations are now engaging with other international partners like UNODC and World Customs Organisation (WCO) to gain better knowledge on the narcotics landscape.

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Fig 3: L to R. Commissioner of Police (CP) Lukas Aket, Captain Martin , DCP Datuk Ramli and DCP Dato Kang during the exchange of mementos

DCP Dato Kang, reiterated that narcotics syndicates are using the east coast land route, making a circumnavigation through the Peninsula to avoid authorities. During his tenure as Deputy Director NCID, he tried hard to encourage more inter-agency effort in addressing the drug menace. He elaborated on the efforts by MIMA to engage law enforcement agencies in connecting the land-sea nexus. MIMA’s policy paper, the National Maritime Single Points of Contact (NMSPOC) is being studied by the National Security Council (NSC).

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Fig 3 : Captain Martin presenting some of MIMA’s policy publications to DCP Datuk Ramli

Earlier in the morning, the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and the Director General (DG) of MCG took part in the signing ceremony of the Strategic Partnership Declaration in Port Klang between the Police and MCG.

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Fig 4: The IGP, Tan Sri Hamid Bador and the DG of MCG, Admiral Maritime Dato Mohd. Zubil Mohd. Som during the ceremony



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