Another break-ins

burglarAs we predicted, we really don’t  know when these break-ins are going to stop. We just brainstormed the issue with the security company last night but two cases of break-ins occured today at 3.00 p.m.. One occured at the 16th floor and the other at the 11th floor, all are from Block B. We are coming out with notices to alert all the residents. Security measure at the guardhouse had already been tightened. Hourly checking was already being carried out. These burglars are all professionals. They had already the movement of the guards.

We are coming out with another measure tomorrow. We told the guards to enforce it strictly by Monday. You can only access the lift lobby one at the time. You can only access if you have a card or a resident pass.

By next week,  tailored made clamps may be made available to the owner occupied units at a subsidized cost of RM 15.00 each. The full cost is RM 30.00 each. Owners are encouraged to use clamps because it will discourage the potential burglar from targetting your house.

For your info, the burglar used the same method that is to cut the thin ear-lobe to break into all the units. The burglas are going round all the blocks from Block A to B. The next blocks could be C or D.

It could be an inside job . They only occured from 11 to five in the evening, seldom or never in the night. This is the time when everyone is at work or the tenants are in school. They seldom or never happen on Saturdays or Sundays. They target only owner occupied units. All the victims are owners. They are real professionals.

Goodnight and have a nice day.

29 Responses

  1. So unacceptable!

    The burglars are running loose with a cutter in our compound! What block is those 2 unit involved?

    Can please enlighten us if anyone who holds a Block B’s access card can enter Block A’s door and vice versa?

    If given today’s incident, i’m dead sure they have a long list of target and will strike anytime again soon.

  2. JMBPV10,

    we hv to blame the poor design of the grill door with thin ear-lobes. Who is the supplier? Is the supplier appointed by developer to monopolise the business in PV10. The supplier should be charged under negligence and theft conspiracy.

  3. Hi residents,

    bag snatchers and robbers on bike working in team are on the prowl in our vicinity, especially at the T-junction located in-between our condo, the primary school, and the new construction site. I come to understand that the same young lady was victimised twice within a time span of 1 month at the same spot, once at night and another at 9.30am. Plis alert yg family members not to walk the T-junction alone.
    Also, lodge report at our mgt office if any such incident happened.

    JMBPV10,

    can our mgt helps to compile the above-mentioned incidents and update police regularly to demand for security actions if the victims lodge their reports with the mgt? To make police report individually is troublesome and tedious as police will take it lightly and incline to forget about the past incidents lodged, the worst Malaysian culture of short memory.
    Plis advise residents.

  4. JMBPV10,

    plis amke sure block C and D guards on hourly check practise the following strategies :

    1. don’t rigidly follow the starting check point. Can commence checking at any level to confuse the potential burglars instead of allowing them to read with ease our routine check system.

    2. view and check the corridors of the adjacent block thru the side wall openings located at the side staircases to achieve better surveillance results with minimum effort, meanwhile unexpectedly surprising the burglars in the act. Provide guards binoculars for better view and monitoring to kill 2 birds with one stone.

    3. checking for damaged ear-lobes and window latch/lock whichever possible is mandatory.

    4. loiterers who fail to display their pass must be queried and investigated.

  5. dear owners,

    we are taking new measures to prevent break-ins. At the lift lobby, only one door will be opened to prevent the whole group of resients from entering. we told the guards to screen every resident. we also told them to stop those without resident passes and access cards
    from entering.. The residents have been well informed with regards to the break-ins with notices around PV10.

    We told the management that there shall be no cover up. Every incident will be reported We are not afraid of being called ” stupid ” by Mr Zhao for highlighting the break-ins.

  6. JMBPV10,

    lobby entrance is not the only entry point for thieves. They can easily infiltrate into our block in group with big cutters thru the exit doors and window openings located at the side staircases of ground, 1st, 2nd and third level with the help of a member from inside. Get security sup to review the loopholes on the spots with his anti-theft expertise and plug the loopholes asap.
    Instal window grills and access card readers at the above-mentioned exit doors may help to deter the illegal entry.

  7. JMBPV10,

    forgot to mentioned that i managed to make my exit from block C thru the staircase exit door located at ground floor WITHOUT turning the door knob of the door which was not properly closed. It’s a case of free entry for all, no restriction. Yr stringent check at lobby entry will definitely fail to serve any purposes.

  8. I think as we discuss things here, the intented *burglar*/anyone whos planning the modus operandi is taking note as he reads on.any update and suggestion fr the management to curb theft and break-ins should be discussed within closed door meeting & to update PV10’s occupiers via sealed envelop to be collected personally at da mgmt office, so the mgmt staffs can monitor to whom the information are passed on to. Upon collection of such notice, they should sign receipt with their apt no. as proof of residence. Notwithstanding that, here are some issues PV10 mgmt shud discuss in the nex meeting as merely replacing our locks cannot solve the issue. These professional burglars can come in next round with a better cutters!Mgmt has to play a BIGGER part:

    1) Security guards at every entry point must ensure EVERY resident flash a valid resident pass & for non-resident to leave their IDs for records. many times ive seen suspicious looking individual standing by the lift entrance waiting for resident to tag the door open and they just walk in, WHILE the guard sit and look on!!! Guards are stationed there to ASK & check these individuals!

    2) Guards at main entrance should check for valid residence sticker, without that, they must record information for those who alledgely “left”/’lost” their resident pass. I’ve seen a guard letting in a non-resident without signing in details!! When i asked for explanation, he said “if the driver dont look suspicious its ok”. Bullsh*t! The obvious reason was the person was driving a mercedes, so the guard thought that stranger was trustworthy??? that shouldnt be the case, no matter if you are a VIP or not, luxury or lousy bikes, there’s always a proper way to ask for an ID and record! no excuse. ppl comes in with a mercedes could damn well be a criminal! btw, the guard was furious when i seek for explanation & brushed me off by saying “you nak report mgmt, report la. Report besok.” I was shocked by his attitude as though they are covered by the mgmt.

    3) EVERY entry point must built in a door security tag, especially at staircase exit at carpark. To build in a grill with security tag at the pedestrian pathway at main entrance, so only individual with a valid tag can get access. Non-residents MUST sign in. Pls check out Seri Maya apts at Jln Jelatek for reference http://my.pagenation.com/kul/Seri%20Maya%20Apartment_101.7346_3.1749.map. Currently, strangers (especially students) are seen walking in loosely at anytime as though they own a unit here! They also comes in for internet center, swimming pool, tennis court & gym!

    4) I know it is difficult for mgmt to restrict/refrain owners from renting their apt to students/foreigners, but if mgmt receive more that 3 complaints on any unit no. on a nuisance, noise & inappropriate act, mgmt has the right to act to send notice to the respective owner to warn & change their tenant entirely. To owners, its also good that you do not rent out to students / foreigners, as they tend to dirty and damage the property. And it is advisable to sign them on short tenancy term, say 1 year only, so you can replace them easily.

    5) to set CCTV at every floor. in times like this, even security guards on parol & staffs are a suspect. we must be vigilant & prudent!

    6) Security guards at check points should get to know residents and recognise their faces, so any new faces are identified quickly.

    7) Suggest to security company to change/replace their batch of security guards every 1/2 a year, as for long term the same batch have gotten familiar with our condos layout & details to carry out unlawful act.

  9. 1 more thing: please do not write another post titled “Another Break-Ins” or anything like that. Its not fun to read. I know its a precaution notice but you should post something more constructive than selling “cheaper subsidised” lock and clamps. You can do better than that and your job doesnt stop there. Take serious deliberations on all my 7 points above & update us accordingly preferably by next 3 days. Time is of an essence here. You could be calling it “break-ins” now but you wouldnt knw if these burglars have other bad intentions as they break open our home, fear of murder/rape, that is a worst case scenario. You dont start this blog to read our fear, you want to listen our praise of your effort as a reliable mgmt.

  10. JMBPV10,

    i doubt the capability of our security company in theft prevention. They are supposed to be the expert in this field but they failed to provide us any expert advices to prevent theft thus far. They should hv inspected our premises thoroughly for security leakages since they took over from the former security company but nothing forthcoming so far and the security leakages remain unplugged to-date. For the sake of the residents’ safety, plis consider seriously on :
    1. demanding the security firm to send their top expert in theft prevention to conduct a thorough physical inspection of our building and recommend us accordingly on effective remedies to counter theft..
    2. replacing the security firm with a more qualified one which can perform the job professionally without getting us mired in this lack of security.

  11. Security guards should screen the visitors by checking with the house owner or tenants whom the visitor purports to come to visit. I have colleagues who came to visit me in the past now tell the security guards that they come to visit me but in actual fact, instead of seeing me, they went straight to use the swimming pool and the facility then left without even seeing me. And they have repeated this many times.

    In order to cut down the possible queue at the security checkpoint, house owner or tenants can inform the security guards in advance that they are expecting visitors and can provide names and car plates number of the visitors to the security guards in advance.

    Besides, is it viable to install access card device in the lift (like those used in hotels) so that only residents of a specific floor can get in and get out at the specific floor?

  12. JMBPV10,

    our security lax will surely invite all the unwanted elements to infiltrate our premises and available amenities. Pretty soon our amenities are opened for public use without our consent. Screening proper should be implemented to cover the 3 major anenities, namely swimming pool, tennis court and gym. Visitors to the above-mentioned amenities must produce their resident pass for screening purposes b4 making their entry.

  13. Hi JMBPV10,

    I fully agree with what blockBtenant has mentioned above. I always noticed that the security guard stationed at the main entrance of the block A always just sit there and watch the resident and non-resident come in and out. Some tenants (maybe they forgot to bring their access card or even there are non-tenants/owner) will just wait outside till someone who has the access card to flash the card and follow them in. It is really unsafe and why the behaviour of the security guard is that even though we already changed to second security company.

    In addition, sometimes they dont even see the secruity guard is at the main entrance, disappearing in somewhere. I really disappointed sometimes. They should possess a very professional way of helping our residents to make sure the security of each block is tighten.

    Besides, I know it is too late to install an intercom in every unit for now. Because when I went to my colleague condo in Aseana Puteri Condo in Bandar Puteri Puchong, the developer has installed intercom in each unit. So, if any fren want to visit him, his fren need to press his unit number on the intercom at the main block entrance and check if he is at home or not. If he is at home, he will authorize his fren to come in. For this method, I think it is much more safer than station a security guard in every entrance.

    Also, I have visited one friend in Sterling Condo in PJ, they even have the intercom connecting from the main guardhouse to each every unit. When his friend wants to visit him and stops by the guardhouse, the security guard at the guardhouse will call the intercom to my friend and make sure whether the visitor is his friend or not. Else he will not let the visitor come in. This is another safety feature that this condo has possessed which the corresponding developer has considered. It will make the residents staying inside more secure.

    All above are all my suggestions and I hope that the committee members can work hard to prevent the break-in from happening again. Also if possible, I do hope another resident meeting will be held very soon so that all residents will know the update and able to raise concern and suggestion to our committee members.

    Thanks.

  14. Hi JMBPV10,

    I have another suggestion on the security issue regarding on the security company to perform better in maintaining our condo security. I heard my colleague sister who is staying in terrace house in Puchong area. Their community has appointed one security company to take well care of their house surrounding security. Also there have one mutual agreement between the community and the security company. The agreement is that the security company need to compensate RM2000 to the house owner,in which the break-in happened on his/her house. So the security company will make sure the security is always tight and prevent break-in from happening.

    I do hope this suggestion can be considered to apply on our current appointed security company.
    Hope JMBPV10 can consider this suggestion.

    Thanks.

  15. Hi All, JMBPV10 committees

    I am very sure that this is an insider job. I’ve been telling everyone about this months ago, look and know your neighbours. Pls report if any suspicious unit where these burglar might be staying.
    May i know what are the missing item for those got break in? If we are talking bout LCDs ,DVDs, PCs and etec…then we can increase the security check whenever there is someone moving out, there might be the stolen item found .We may never know how these burglar looks like,it can be any race, age & so on. they might be driving a semi luxury car, who knows? even snatch thives can lived in a semi d with a luxury car as reported on news year ago.
    Anyway, hope there will be a owner & JMB meeting soon.
    Mr.Ong_Block B

  16. Hi all,
    I had a chat this morning with a lady owner that I met during the AGM. She related an incident yesterday when a man keeps pressing the door bell to her unit. Her daughter and mother was terrified and called her. The lady immediately called the Mgmt office and the security guard was dispatched to escort the man out of the premises while pressing the door bell of other units. A check with the security office reveals that the man has registered as a visitor and upon inquiry said that he is a cooking gas salesman and doing house to house service. Just imagine if a would be burglar was just trying to confirm whether the owner is in before carrying out his job.

    I don’t think we can blame the guards totally for this incident because there is no way that they can confirm it with the resident concerned. I hope now JMB can take my earlier proposal to install intercom to units very seriously and take necessary precaution and actions. Bear in mind that JMB only wanted 8 security guards to watch over 4 blocks of condo and 800 units. Maybe my other proposal of increasing the nos of guards to patrol during the day time can be considered as a short term and stop gap measure.

    Replacing the company will not guarantee us better service because at RM4.30 per hour working on a 12 hour shift is a tiring job. Security companies is having problem with hiring good and disciplined guards at a peanut price. Enquiries with friends in the security industry reveal that the minimum price they are quoting now is RM4.50 per hour due to increase in asking salary by guards. Do you know that only Kawalan Prima, the security company owned by PERNAS has an academy of sort to train guards and their going rate is almost RM5.50 per hour?

  17. JMBPV10,

    detected another block security loophole at 9.30am. The block lobby door was left ajar while our cleaner is busy cleaning it in the absence of block guard. Any Tom, Dick and Harry can walk in and out easily without being screened on during the said duration The act is obviously an invitation for theft and needs immediate rectification to tighten the security. We shall evaluate the best methodology of carrying out the cleaning task not at the expense of our security.

  18. JMBPV10,

    if paying the guards the prevailing rate of RM4.50 per hour can resolve the theft issues, plis do so as the increase for this particular expense is at a tolerable margin of 4.65% or rm1400 per month, a peanut in comparison to cost of installing CCTV and intercom. We don’t want the guards to absolve themselves from any security lax that culminated into theft just becos of getting 20cts less per hr.

  19. I suggest to install a door at every emergency staircase at the both side of every floor. It is too open and easy access. I still remember I used to stay in a apartment in Shah Alam when I was working there.The security is very tight,the access card only allow the resident to go to the floor they stay,and all the emergency exit are locked.You need a access card to go to The emergency staircase and it can only exit at the ground floor and the lobby need a access card to go to the carpark.Which you can go in to the emergency staircase but you cannot come out from inside as the access card only allow you to access in the floor you stay and lobby. Hope that you can consider this idea .

  20. RM4.30 per hour for security guard job is actually very good. Just dont understand why the current market rate is so high for this type of easy job – everyday sit there seeing ppl walking in and out… smoking while on duty… like that 12 hours per day is RM4.30 X 12 =RM51.60 X 26 days = RM1,341.60…!!!

    Come on, some fresh graduate even earning RM2,000 or below working in KL city centre. And some of them also working 12 hours a day. And what qualification does the security guard has? What job requirements?

    Okay, not to argue about the hourly rate of the security guard here. I believe we should hire some better quality security guards. Look at our security guard. No body figure, not enough height, lazy looking, no enforcement, no smile, no hope. I DO NOT think they are fit to be security guards.

    PLEASE recommend another security firm and please consider to pay higher rate for those who are really qualified and worth it. Frequent break-ins is because of poor security enforcement. Still seeing many ppl waiting outside the lift lobby no matter what notices you issued and stick on the door or notice boards.

  21. At around 2pm today, I came out from the lift and the lobby door was widely open for quite sometime. The security guard was standing at side and watching everyone walking in and out freely. This is unacceptable. I thought the JMB has told the security guard to tighten the security? How can lobby entrace door be left open completely?

    Car park is dim in the day. Maybe some lights should be switched on to brighten the car park. This should be done before any unfortunate incident happens at the car park.

  22. jack1600,

    the amount that you mentioned above does not go to the security guard alone. Only a partial amount goes to the guard. the company needs to take a margin and by how much, we do not know.
    getting a good security company is very difficult. nobody will like to be a security guard even if their pay is very high.

    With RM4.30 per hour, we are already spending about RM 30 000 a month for security services. No security company can assure you that there will be no break-ins , even for those at the high-end condos who are paying about RM 9.00 per hour. We just don’t have the budget to pay for those guards and even if we do, therei s gurunntee there will be no break-ins. we are contantly putting pressure on the security company to perform.

  23. jmbpv10,

    it’s our futile effort to provide feedback in this blog as most of them are falling onto JMB’S deaf ears. At times I hv to concur with some detractors of JMB that the committee members are having their own priorities at the expense of the residents’. Did hilite a couple of weeks ago that cleaner left lobby doors ajar for tens of minutes while going round performing the cleaning task in the vicinity of the lobby but evidently no action is taken as the problem persists. I agree with Ang’s proposal on security firm to provide some forms of compensation (maybe 10% of their monthly overall taking to each victim) to the victims of theft for their failure in performing their tasks effectively. The above-mentioned penalty system will spur them to diligently conduct their task efficiently and effectively as though the security company is theirs. Without with, the security lax is expected to prolong and thieves will definitely thrive here.

  24. dear owners,

    the jmbpv10 is not in the position to implement all the feedback provided by the owners. Things like CCTV, extra proximity readers, internal telephone need careful study and considerations before theycan be implemented. It will not happen overnight.

  25. JMBPV10 /owners,

    this is the std reply from JMB in regard with our feedback on the subject matter:
    …………………………………………………………………………………….
    the jmbpv10 is not in the position to implement all the feedback provided by the owners. Things like CCTV, extra proximity readers, internal telephone need careful study and considerations before theycan be implemented. It will not happen overnight.
    ……………………………………………………………………………………

    The crux of our feedbacks is on the lobby doors should not be left ajar by anyone at any time, esp during the prime time of 8am-6pm when most of residents are away for work. Is it very tough to secure compliance with the coperation of the security and cleaning supervisor?

  26. Dear Raymond

    On every JMC meeting especially last night(May 7), we have the opportunity to evaluate the feedbacks and comments from respective owners either from the blog/facebook and/or those who personally have the means and time to meet us eyes to eyes.

    With due respect, you are concerned on the following incidents:-

    – The door should not leave ajar.

    – Security Guard must stop or refuse entry on those without valid access card and/or resident pass.

    These two issues had been instilled and drilled on the mind of our Security Guards either by JMC or their Supervisor.

    However, every owner can always uphold their rights and/or play their own part by confronting and/or directly informing the Security Guard if they have failed to exercise their duties with due diligent.

    Quoting an excerpt of your grievances:-

    “At times I have to concur with some detractors of JMB that the committee members are having their own priorities at the expense of the residents”.

    Your wordings though, nicely crafted, BUT have the effect of zero especially if you failed to furnish us and/or the whole residents with some sort of concrete evidence, be it in written documents and/or witnesses.

    We, the JMC, have practice an open door policy from day one, not just opened ajar, but open as far as the door can be.

    The JMB office is for all where the owners can screen, vet and read all the available files as we have not classified them under any draconian Act.
    JMC PV 10 upholds the motto of INTERGRITY, TRANSPARENCY and ACCOUNTABILITY. Feel free to call any of the JMC members.

    JMC always consider and/or value all the feedbacks, comments and suggestions with high respect and admiration, one thing for sure, we won’t throw it into the dustbin especially if it came and/or forwarded through the blog and facebook, where at the end, everybody will have the opportunity and/or time to go through it 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

    As such, we would personally and cordially invite you and/or make an arrangement so that you can feel the adventure to be JMC. A bit of bi-weekly meeting and a routine inspection around PV 10 to spice up your life.

    Greatest people will leave behind some greatest quotations and it will always be quoted endlessly:

    “… Every right carries with it A corresponding responsibilities” – Mahatma Gandhi

    Thank You
    JMC

  27. JMBPV10,

    miscueing repeatedly the comments pertaining to ajar doors is intolerable. Do not excuse yourself for the miscues on speed reading system which is only practical for those who knows their capability threshold well and stay put within the boundary.

    Miscue #1 :

    Hilited the issue on 28th Apr 09 but the comment is unanswered. Probably speed reading inadvertently skipping some comments.

    raymond57, on April 28th, 2009 at 10:54 am Said:
    JMBPV10,
    ………………………………………………………………………………………
    detected another block security loophole at 9.30am. The block lobby door was left ajar while our cleaner is busy cleaning it in the absence of block guard. Any Tom, Dick and Harry can walk in and out easily without being screened on during the said duration The act is obviously an invitation for theft and needs immediate rectification to tighten the security. We shall evaluate the best methodology of carrying out the cleaning task not at the expense of our security.
    ………………………………………………………………………………………

    Miscue #2 :

    providing standard reply without digesting the comment from Ang and the writer:

    ………………………………………………………………………………………
    angpv10, on May 2nd, 2009 at 3:57 pm Said:
    At around 2pm today, I came out from the lift and the lobby door was widely open for quite sometime. The security guard was standing at side and watching everyone walking in and out freely. This is unacceptable. I thought the JMB has told the security guard to tighten the security? How can lobby entrace door be left open completely?

    ……………………………………………………………………………………….
    raymond57, on May 6th, 2009 at 10:57 pm Said:
    jmbpv10,

    it’s our futile effort to provide feedback in this blog as most of them are falling onto JMB’S deaf ears. At times I hv to concur with some detractors of JMB that the committee members are having their own priorities at the expense of the residents’. Did hilite a couple of weeks ago that cleaner left lobby doors ajar for tens of minutes while going round performing the cleaning task in the vicinity of the lobby but evidently no action is taken as the problem persists. I agree with Ang’s proposal on security firm to provide some forms of compensation (maybe 10% of their monthly overall taking to each victim) to the victims of theft for their failure in performing their tasks effectively. The above-mentioned penalty system will spur them to diligently conduct their task efficiently and effectively as though the security company is theirs. Without with, the security lax is expected to prolong and thieves will definitely thrive here.
    ………………………………………………………………………………………
    jmbpv10, on May 7th, 2009 at 7:55 am Said:
    dear owners,

    the jmbpv10 is not in the position to implement all the feedback provided by the owners. Things like CCTV, extra proximity readers, internal telephone need careful study and considerations before theycan be implemented. It will not happen overnight.

    Miscue#3 which can be consideredas partial miscue
    :
    It takes two (both the cleaner and guard) to tango to eradicate the hilited ajar doors issues. But the reply is focusing on security guard only. How to nip the problem in its bud?

    —————————————————————————
    JMBPV10 /owners,

    this is the std reply from JMB in regard with our feedback on the subject matter:
    …………………………………………………………………………………….
    the jmbpv10 is not in the position to implement all the feedback provided by the owners. Things like CCTV, extra proximity readers, internal telephone need careful study and considerations before theycan be implemented. It will not happen overnight.
    ……………………………………………………………………………………

    The crux of our feedbacks is on the lobby doors should not be left ajar by anyone at any time, esp during the prime time of 8am-6pm when most of residents are away for work. Is it very tough to secure compliance with the coperation of the security and cleaning supervisor?

    jmbpv10, on May 8th, 2009 at 12:13 pm Said:
    Dear Raymond

    With due respect, you are concerned on the following incidents:-

    – The door should not leave ajar.

    – Security Guard must stop or refuse entry on those without valid access card and/or resident pass.

    These two issues had been instilled and drilled on the mind of our Security Guards either by JMC or their Supervisor.

    How to communicate effectively with such poor level of comprehension? For God’s sake, just follow ABC to make yr comment simple and comprehensible. U don’t hv to attempt to integrate into it the famous quote, language jargons and JMB motto to lengthen the text and hv everybody,inclusive yourself, confused. Besides landed up wasting our time as well as yours, the issue of great concern remains unsolved.

    Moreover, the ajar doors issue is so rampant that even blind people can also hv a feel of it. What concrete evidence u wanted from me to substantiate my claim?
    U think i’ve nothing better to do than playing the roles of the security and cleaning supervisors.
    What’s the use of engaging security and cleaning supervisors with our money if u can’t even instruct them to conduct the simple task of investigation and verification once receiving the feedback. It’s high time for u to define clearly their roles to enable u managing them efficiently.

  28. JMBPV10,

    The door left ajar issue is nothing new and up to date it still happen. Everytime i see the door ajar i get quite furious with those irresponsible idiots. We have a security issue on hand and these idiots are still at it. i don’t want to start blaming any party but please look into these issues seriously. Install something to the door that won’t allow it to be left ajar without security’s permission.

    Whenever the door has to be left ajar for people to move houses, the security must be there to monitor.

    Regarding the earlier proposal by blockbtenant
    3) EVERY entry point must built in a door security tag, especially at staircase exit at carpark. To build in a grill with security tag at the pedestrian pathway at main entrance, so only individual with a valid tag can get access. Non-residents MUST sign in.

    I’m so agree with the security gate at the main entrance. No access card or resident pass means no entry until they sign in at the security post. This will at least minimize strangers from walking in unchecked.

    Why i’m emphasizing on these 2 issues? Because i just walked in unchecked and unnoticed at 4pm today. At 8pm i went down to pick up my laundries and saw the door left ajar. So where is the mentioned security tightening? It’s still at square one from my opinion.

  29. Dear all,

    We will keep on informing & follow up with the Security Guards of their ineffective manner on handling those issues above. We will not stop and keep on pushing their capabilities and given them warning.

    Thank You

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