* Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012

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Laws of MALAYSIA ONLINE VERSION of the PRINT TEXT that UPDATES Act SECURITY OFFENCES ACT 747 (special measures) 2012 As at 1 August 2015 2 SECURITY OFFENCES ACT (special measures) 2012 date of Assent............ 18 June 2012 date of publication in the Gazette......... 22 June 2012 last amended through Act A1487 which commence on............ 15 June 2015 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act SECURITY OFFENCES ACT 747 (special measures) 2012 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part I preliminary section 1. Short title and commencement 2. Application of the 3. Interpretation part II SPECIAL POWERS for SAFETY 4. The power of arrest and detention 5. Notification to the beneficiary of the kadim and consultation with legal practitioners 6. Power to intercept communication PART III SPECIAL PROCEDURE RELATING to ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE DEVICE 7. Special procedures relating to electronic surveillance device 4 laws of Malaysia ACT 747 PART IV SPECIAL PROCEDURE RELATING to SENSITIVE INFORMATION Section 8. Sensitive information is to be used as evidence by Prosecutor 9. Notice of the intention of the accused to disclose sensitive information 10. Hearing about the disclosure of sensitive information by the accused 11. Sensitive information arising during trial part V PROCEEDINGS 12. The trial of security offence 13. Warranty PART VI SPECIAL PROCEDURES RELATING to WITNESSES COVERED 14. Evidence of a witness given special way 15. Recognition by the witness if the evidence taken in closed 16. Protection of the identity of the witness PART VII DESCRIPTION 17. Inconsistency with Act 1950 18 Description. A statement of any person who is dead, etc.
18A. A statement of the accused 18B. Communications during marriage 19. Conviction based on the testimony of children in the age of raw Security Offences (special measures) 5 section 20. Document or thing seized or however whatsoever though obtained 21. Evidence of identification of the accused or other person 22. List of documents and things 23. Did not submit exhibits on display 24. Intercepted communications and admissibility information monitoring, tracking or surveillance 25. Admissibility of the documents produced by a computer and statements contained therein 26. Evidence of by accomplices and agents of provocation PART VIII a RANGE of 27. Power to record statements and confessions 28. The whistleblower protection 29. Access by police to detainees or prisoners 30. Detention pending legal process run out 31. The power to make regulations 32. Repeal and saving FIRST SCHEDULE SECOND SCHEDULE 7 laws of MALAYSIA Act SECURITY OFFENCES ACT 747 (special measures) 2012 an act to provide for special measures in relation to security offences for the purpose of maintaining public order and security and for matters connected therewith.

[July 31, 2012]

That action had been taken and further action threatened by a large group of people within and outside Malaysia — (1) to cause terrorism planned against person or property, or to cause a large number of citizens fearing the violence;

(2) to evoke a feeling disaffected against the Yang di-Pertuan Agong;

(3) prejudicial to public order in the Federation or any part thereof, or prejudicial to the security of the Federation or any part thereof; or (4) to get the changes, other than by lawful, anything prescribed through the law;

And WHEREAS IT APPEARS to the Parliament is of the opinion that it is necessary the action is stopped;
SO, therefore, in accordance with Article 149 of the Constitution enacted by the Parliament of Malaysia as follows: 8 laws of Malaysia ACT 747 part I preliminary short title and commencement 1. (1) this Act may be cited as the Security Offences Act (special measures) 2012.

(2) of this Act come into force on such date as the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette.


Application 2. This Act shall apply for security offences.
Interpretation 3. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "security offences" means the offences as set out in the first schedule;

"Court" means the Court Sessions;

"sensitive information" means any documents, information and materials — (a) in relation to the Cabinet, the Cabinet Committee and the Council of State; or (b) affecting the sovereignty, national security, defence, public order and international relations, the Security Offences (special measures) 9 whether or not classified as "top secret", "secret", "Confidential" or "Restricted" by a Minister, the Menteri Besar or Chief Minister of a State or any public officer appointed by a Minister, the Menteri Besar or Chief Minister of a State;

"Minister" means the Minister charged with the responsibility for internal affairs;
"protected witness" means a witness that its exposure would affect the accumulation of evidence or intelligence or endanger the life and safety of him.


SECTION II SPECIAL POWERS for the SAFETY of the power of arrest and detention 4. (1) a police officer may, without a warrant, arrest and detain any person in respect of which he has reason to believe is involved in security offences.

(2) any person arrested under subsection (1) shall be informed as soon as possible the reason he was arrested by the police officer making the arrest.

(3) No person shall be arrested and detained under this section solely on his political beliefs or his political activity.

(4) the person arrested and detained under subsection (1) may be detained for a period of twenty-four hours for the purposes of the investigation.
(5) Notwithstanding subsection (4), a police officer holds the rank of Superintendent of police or rank higher than 10 laws of Malaysia ACT 747


Superintendent of police can extend the detention for a period of not more than twenty-eight days, for the purpose of the investigation.

(6) if the police officer is of the opinion that further detention is not required under subsection (5), the person may be released but an electronic monitoring device can be installed on the person in accordance with subsection (7) and (8) for the purposes of the investigation.

(7) if the police officer is planning to install an electronic monitoring device to that person when the person is released, the police officer shall submit a report on the investigation to the public prosecutor.

(8) where a report under subsection (7) is received, the Prosecutor may apply to the Court that the person that is paired with an electronic surveillance device according to the provisions in part III for a period not exceeding the remainder of the period of detention allowed under subsection (5).
ILLUSTRATION D has been arrested for security offences. After the prisoner for twenty-four hours one Superintendent of police extend remand for seven days. Upon the expiry of seven days D has been released but he still needed to help the investigation. When a report by the police officer received, the Prosecutor may apply to court for an electronic surveillance device installed on D. the Court may authorize electronic surveillance devices installed on D until a period of twenty-one days.

(9) one week before the expiry of detention under subsection (5), police officer investigation shall submit inquiry to the Prosecutor.
(10) of this section have effect notwithstanding all that contrary to article 5 and 9 of the Constitution and section 117 criminal procedure code [Act 593].

(11) subsection (5) shall be reviewed every five years and shall cease to have effect unless, when the revision is made, a resolution passed by both houses of Parliament to extend the coming into operation of the provisions.
Security errors (special measures) 11 (12) for the purposes of this section, "political beliefs or political activity" means involvement in the activities of the legal laws via — (a) a statement of opinion or taking of action made in accordance with the tenets of a political party at the time of the relevant registered under the Societies Act 1966 [Act 335] proven through — (i) membership or contributions to the party;
or (ii) an open and active participation in the Affairs of the party;

(b) a statement of opinion directed against any Government in the Federation; or (c) the taking of actions directed against any Government in the Federation.


Notification to the beneficiary of the kadim and consultation with legal practitioners 5. (1) when a person is arrested and detained under section 4, police officer carrying out the investigation shall be — (a) immediately notify ofkin to that person about the arrest and detention of such person; and (b) subject to subsection (2), allowing the person to consult with a legal practitioner of his choice.
(2) a police officer not below the rank of Superintendent of police may authorize a delay of not more than forty-eight hours to negotiations under paragraph (1) (b) if the police officer is of the opinion that — 12 laws of Malaysia ACT 747 (a) there is reasonable cause to believe that use of that right are disturbing evidence related to security offences;
(b) it will cause injury to others;
(c) it will cause a warning given to the other person suspected of having committed the offence but has not been arrested; or (d) it will prevent the property acquired as a result of the offence from being recovered.

(3) this section shall have effect notwithstanding anything inconsistent with article 5 of the Federal Constitution.


Power to intercept communications 6. (1) Notwithstanding any other written law, Prosecutor, if the Prosecutor is of the opinion that something is likely to contain any information relating to the Commission of an offence of security, can authorize any police officer or any other person — (a) to intercept, detain and open any article post within the transmission by post;

(b) to intercept any messages sent or received by any communication; or (c) to intercept or listen to any conversation through any communication.
(2) the Prosecutor, if the Prosecutor is of the opinion that something is likely to contain any information Security Offences (special measures) 13 relating to communications security, can be an offence — (a) require the service provider to intercept communications and keep certain communications or communications from certain description are received or sent, or that are received or sent by the communications service providers; or (b) allow the police officer to enter any premises and to install the premises, any device for interception and storage of certain communications or communications from a particular description and to move and save the evidence.
(3) Notwithstanding subsection (1), a police officer not below the rank of Superintendent of police may — (a) intercept, withhold or open any article post within the transmission by post;
(b) intercept any messages sent or received by any communication; or (c) intercept or listen to any conversation through any communication, without the permission of the public prosecutor in the case of urgent and sharply requiring immediate action without time to think long.

(4) where a police officer acting under subsection (3), the police officer shall immediately inform the public prosecutor about his actions, and after that she shall be deemed to have been acting under the authorization of the public prosecutor.
(5) the Court shall take cognizance of any authorization by the Prosecutor under this section.
14 laws of Malaysia ACT 747 (6) of this section have effect notwithstanding anything inconsistent with article 5 of the Federal Constitution.

(7) for the purposes of this section — "communication" means a communication received or sent by mail or a telephone or telegraph communications, communications

the other received or sent by means of electrical, magnetic or other means;

"communication service provider" means a person of providing the services for the transmission or the receipt of the communication.


PART III SPECIAL PROCEDURE RELATING to ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE DEVICE Special Procedure relating to electronic surveillance device 7. (1) upon application by the Prosecutor under section 4, the Court shall order that the person is paired with an electronic surveillance device for a period as determined by the Court but such period shall not exceed the remaining period of detention allowed under subsection 4 (5) for the purposes of the investigation.

(2) the Court shall explain the conduct of electronic surveillance devices as well as the terms and conditions of the electronic monitoring device to that person.
(3) the person shall sign a form as set out in the second schedule and deposit the form with the Court.

Security errors (special measures) 15 (4) the person shall be fitted with an electronic monitoring device by a police officer.

(5) the person shall comply with all terms and conditions of electronic surveillance devices and shall be reported at the nearest police station at the time specified in the form.

(6) any person who fails to comply with the terms and conditions under subsection (5) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.

(7) any person who interfere with or damage the electronic monitoring device commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years and such person may be charged to pay for any damage to the electronic monitoring device as a consequence of his actions.

(8) upon the expiry period referred to in subsection (1), the person shall report themselves at the nearest police station to open the electronic monitoring device.

(9) this section shall have effect notwithstanding anything inconsistent with article 9 of the Constitution.



PART IV SPECIAL PROCEDURE RELATING to SENSITIVE INFORMATION sensitive information to be used as evidence by the public prosecutor 8. (1) Notwithstanding section 51A criminal procedure code, if the trial of offences involving security matters relating to sensitive information the public prosecutor may, prior to the start of the trial, apply through ex 16 laws of Malaysia ACT 747 parte to the Court for exemption from duty under section 51A criminal procedure code.
(2) the Prosecutor shall disclose to the Court of the intention to submit sensitive information as evidence against the accused during trial and the Court shall allow the application under subsection (1) that.

(3) the Court shall view the sensitive information and other documents relating to sensitive information, and the Court shall, in lieu of the surrender document by the public prosecutor to the accused, ordered the Prosecutor to submit — (a) a statement indicating the relevant facts to be proved by the sensitive information; or (b) a summary of the sensitive information that, to be accepted as evidence.
(4) when the statement or summary of the sensitive information that is submitted in accordance with section 51A criminal procedure code, if the accused objected to the admission a statement or summary about the sensitive information as evidence, lawyers of the accused shall be allowed to — (a) view the sensitive information;
(b) submit the arguments opposing admission statement or summary of the sensitive information in the trial; and (c) submit the arguments so that sensitive information is disclosed to the accused.

(5) the Prosecutor shall subsequently forward submissions pematahan.
Security errors (special measures) 17 (6) the Hearing shall be held confidentially.

(7) after hearing submissions of the public prosecutor, the Court shall decide whether — (a) a statement or summary of the sensitive information is admissible as evidence; or (b) sensitive information shall be disclosed to the accused.

(8) the decision of the Court under this section may not be appealed.


Notice of the intention of the accused to disclose sensitive information 9. (1) where an accused reasonably expects to disclose or cause an disclosed sensitive information in any manner in his defence, the accused shall, provide two days notice to the Prosecutor and the Court in writing of his intention to do so.

(2) the notice shall include a brief description of such sensitive information.

(3) where an accused is aware of the extra sensitive information he reasonably expects to disclose in his trial, the accused shall give two days notice to the Prosecutor and the Court in writing of his intention to do so and the notice shall include a brief description of such sensitive information.

(4) no accused shall disclose any information known or trusted as sensitive in connection with his trial until notice given under this section and the Court decided in accordance with the procedure in section 10.

18 laws of Malaysia ACT 747 (5) If the accused does not comply with the requirements of this section, the Court may prohibit the disclosure of any sensitive information that is not the subject of notice and may prohibit examination of any witness of any such information by the accused.


Hearing about the disclosure of sensitive information by the accused 10. (1) when a notice under section 9 of the accused the Court shall conduct a hearing in closed.

(2) the accused shall submit sensitive information to the Court.

(3) the Court shall view the sensitive information sensitive information keberkaitan and decided that in the trial.

(4) if the Court decides that the sensitive information was relevant court shall conduct proceedings in closed.
Sensitive information arising during trial 11. (1) if the time running the trial court issued a summons to the Prosecutor to produce

a document under section 51 criminal procedure code and the document contains sensitive information, the public prosecutor shall submit the document to the Court refers to the document.

(2) the Court upon the reference to the document should be decided keberkaitan the document in the trial.

(3) subject to subsection (4), if the Court decides that the document is relevant court shall the Security Offences (special measures) 19 then ordered the Prosecutor to submit — (a) a statement indicating the relevant facts to be proved by the sensitive information; or (b) a summary of the sensitive information that, to be accepted as evidence.

(4) the Court may not order the Prosecutor to produce any — (a) a statement indicating the relevant facts to be proved by the sensitive information; or (b) summary of the sensitive information that, if the Minister certifies that the submission of a statement or a summary of it would be prejudicial to national security or national interests.



Part V security offence Trial TRIAL 12. All safety offence shall be tried by the High Court.


Warranty 13. (1) a guarantee cannot be given to a person charged with an offence security.
20 laws of Malaysia ACT 747 (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1) — (a) a person under the age of eighteen years;

(b) a woman; or (c) a person who is sick or frail person, who is charged with an offence, other than a security offence under Chapter VIA of the Penal Code [Act 574] and Special measures Act against terrorism overseas 2015 [Act 770], can be discharged with a guarantee subject to an application by the public prosecutor so that the electronic monitoring device installed to that person in accordance with the criminal procedure code.



Part V SPECIAL PROCEDURE RELATING to PROTECTED WITNESSES provided evidence of a witness by means of special 14. (1) Notwithstanding article 5 of the Constitution and section 264 criminal procedure code, if at any time during the trial for security offences, any prosecution witnesses who refused to identity revealed and like to give evidence in a way that he could not be seen or heard by both the accused and his attorney, the Prosecutor may make an application orally to court procedures in this section apply.

(2) for the purposes of his satisfaction about the need to protect the identity of the witness, the Court shall hold an inquiry confidentially with the questioning of witnesses in question or any other witness in the absence of the accused and his attorney.

Security errors (special measures) 21 (2A) the Court shall inform the prosecution about its decision to protect the identity of the witness within seven days of the investigation.

(2B) within seven days of the decision, the prosecution may appeal against the refusal by the Court to protect the identity of the witness.

(3) If after inquiry satisfied of the need to protect the identity of the witness, the evidence of such witness shall be given in a way that he could not be seen by the accused and his attorney but can be seen by the Court; and further if the witness concerned his voice will be recognized, his evidence shall be given in a way that he could not be heard by the accused and his attorney.
(4) the Court may forbid any questions to put to the witness as to the name, address, age, occupation, rasnya or such other particulars or any other questions which, in the opinion of the Court would cause the witness to be recognized.


Recognition by the witness if the evidence is taken in a closed 15. If while taking evidence under section 14 of the accused or any other person required to be recognized by a witness who gives evidence in the manner provided for in that section, the recognition may be made by a witness through an interpreter or other officer of the Court.


Protection of the identity of witnesses 16. (1) Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, any report by any means on the protected witness cannot be revealed or contains — (a) the name;
22 laws of Malaysia ACT 747 (b) address;

(c) the pictures witness covered or any other person, place or thing that can cause the protected witness be recognized; or (d) any evidence or any other thing that is likely to cause the protected witness be recognized.

(2) any person who prepares the report berlanggaran by subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years and also liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit.



PART VII DESCRIPTION of inconsistency with Evidence Act 1950 17. This part shall have effect notwithstanding any inconsistency with Evidence Act 1950 [Act].


A statement by any person who is dead, etc.

18. A statement made either orally or in writing, at the time, or for the purpose of, an investigation or inquiry about a security offence by any person who is dead or cannot be found, or being unable to give evidence shall be admissible in evidence.





Security errors (special measures) 23 Statement accused 18A. Any statement by an accused person, whether orally or in writing to any person at any time shall be admissible as evidence.


Communications during marriage 18B. (1) a person who is or was formerly married had to disclose any communication made to him during the marriage by any people still or ever dikahwininya.

(2) such person shall be allowed to disclose any such communication even though the person who makes the communication does not give permission.

Conviction based on the testimony of children in raw age 19. A conviction obtained based on testimony that is not supported by the children in the age of raw is not illegal, although not given in swear, if the Court is of the opinion that the child had sufficient intelligence and understanding of the duty to tell the truth.
Document or thing seized or however whatsoever though obtained


20. All documents or things seized or however whatsoever though acquired either before or after a person has been charged with an offence of safety and the contents of documents or objects shall be admissible as evidence.


24 laws of Malaysia ACT 747 evidence of identification of the accused or other person 21. Evidence of identification of an accused person or any other person prior to trial shall be admissible in evidence although the recognition is done through photographs or other methods or carried out in the circumstances in which a witness who recognise the accused or other person could not be seen by the accused or other person that.


List of documents and objects 22. Any list documents and objects seized or however whatsoever though acquired either before or after a person has been charged with security offences on shall be admissible in evidence in court to prove the existence of the documents and things seized or obtained, as the case may be, which is not submitted in a court by reason of the nature of the documents and the thing.


Did not submit exhibit management 23. Do not submit actual exhibits on display that is covered under section 8 and 11 do not affect cases of prosecution.
Intercepted communications and admissibility information monitoring, tracking or monitoring of 24. (1) where a person charged with an offence of security, any information obtained through the interception of communications under section 6, whether before or after the person charged shall, subject to subsection (2), be admissible as evidence during his trial.

(2) information obtained through the interception of communications under section 6 can only be accepted if submitted by a Security Offence (special measures) 25 certification by Prosecutor stating that information obtained such authorized by the public prosecutor.

(3) a certification by the Public Prosecutor issued under subsection (2) together with any document or anything diekshibitkan or attached to the certificate shall be conclusive evidence that the communication has allowed interception of such, and such certificate shall be received in evidence without proof of the signature of the Prosecutor.

(4) No person or police officer under any duties, obligations or liabiti or by any other means may be compelled to disclose in any proceeding regarding the procedures, methods, means or path or device used in respect of — (a) anything done under section 6; and (b) any matter relating to the monitoring, tracking or monitoring of any person.

(5) information obtained through communication intercepted under section 6 may be in the form of narrative or Word-by-word in either the original Language or as a translation into the national language or in English.


Admissibility of the documents produced by a computer and statements contained therein 25. Any document produced by a computer and statements contained therein shall be admissible as evidence.


Evidence of by accomplices and agents of provocation, 26. (1) Notwithstanding any pillars of the law or any of the 26 laws of Malaysia ACT 747 which other written law to the contrary, in any proceedings against any person of an offence security — (a) no witness can be regarded as accomplices just because the witness had been in any way involved in the security offence or have knowledge of the security offence; and (b) there are no agents of provocation may be considered unreliable just because he has tried to colluding in or has been menyubahati in the security offence by any person if a trial for aiding and abetting or penyubahatan it is for the purpose of just to get evidence against that person.

(2) Notwithstanding any pillars of law or any other written law to the contrary, and despite the provocation agent was a police officer's meteoric, regardless of any statement, either orally or in writing made to agents of provocation by any person who was later charged with an offence the security shall be admissible as evidence during his trial.



PART VIII MISCELLANEOUS Power to record statements and confessions 27. (1) any judge of the Court of Session can record any statements or confessions made to him at any time before the beginning of the trial.

Security errors (special measures) 27 (2) Statements or confessions that shall be recorded in full in writing by sessions Court judge which statements or confessions is made and shall then be submitted to the Court before which the case will be tried.

(3) no sessions Court judge can record any statement or confession wrong unless, when questioning people who make statements or confessions that, he is satisfied that the statements or confessions that were made without intimidation, inducement or promise at the time.
(4) when the sessions Court judge recorded any confessions he shall make a memorandum at the foot of the record as follows: "I am satisfied that the confessions were made without intimidation, inducement or promise. The confessions were made in the presence and hearing of me and have read back to the person who made it and acknowledged by the person is correct and the confessions containing complete and truthful about what he was saying.
(Signed) A.B.
Sessions Court Judge. ".
(5) the oath or affirmation must be taken or made by any person who makes statements or confessions under this section.

The whistleblower protection 28. (1) no complaint by whistleblowers of safety offences under this Act shall be received in evidence in any civil or criminal proceedings whatsoever, and no witness may be required or permitted to disclose names or 28 laws of Malaysia ACT 747 address of any informer, or declare any matter that may cause she known.

(2) if any books, documents or papers to be

evidence or which can be inspected in any civil or criminal proceedings whatsoever contains any entry in which any informer is named or described or which might cause she known, the Court before which the proceeding is held shall cause all such excerpts from vision closed or deleted to the extent necessary to protect the informant of known, but not more than that.


Access by police to detainees or prisoners 29. Notwithstanding any other written law, police officers conducting an investigation under this Act shall be given access to any person who he has reason to believe is involved in security offence — (a) be detained under any other written law; or (b) under confinement in prison, whether convicted or not.

Detention pending legal process run out 30. (1) Notwithstanding article 9 of the Constitution, if the trial court frees accused for the safety of the public prosecutor may apply orally to the Court for the accused direman in prison pending the notice of appeal is filed against the acquittal of the accused by the public prosecutor.

(2) on application by the Prosecutor under subsection (1), the Court shall order the accused direman in prison pending the notice of appeal is filed.
Security errors (special measures) 29 (3) when the Prosecutor filed a notice of appeal against the acquittal, the Prosecutor may apply to the trial court to obtain an order to imprison accused direman in custody pending the police beresnya the appeal.

(4) on application by the Prosecutor under subsection (3), the Court shall imprison the accused pending the appeal beresnya.

(5) If an appeal by the public prosecutor rejected and an order of acquittal is confirmed, the public prosecutor can apply orally to the Court that the accused direman in prison pending the notice of appeal is filed against the decision of the Court of appeal by the public prosecutor.

(6) on application by the Prosecutor under subsection (5), the Court shall mereman the accused in prison pending the filing of the notice of appeal.

(7) an accused person jailed under this section shall be detained until all appeals disposed of.

The power to make regulations 31. The Minister may make regulations necessary or expedient to implement in full or in carrying out the provisions of this Act.


Repeal and saving 32. (1) the Internal Security Act 1960 [Act 82] is repealed.
(2) the repeal of the Internal Security Act 1960 does not affect — 30 laws of Malaysia ACT 747 (a) any order issued or made under the repealed Act, before the date of coming into operation of this Act, unless cancelled by the Minister; and (b) any action or proceeding taken under the repealed Act before the date of coming into operation of this Act.








FIRST SCHEDULE (section 3) of the Penal Code SECURITY OFFENCES [Act 574]: (i) an offence under Chapter VI (ii) offences under Chapter VIA (iii) an offence under Chapter VIB Act Antipemerdagangan people and Antipenyeludupan the Meccan 2007 [Act 670] of the Act on special measures against terrorism overseas 2015 [Act 770]: offences under Chapter IIIA Fault safety (special measures) 31 Second Schedule (section 7) form of ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE DEVICES in the SESSIONS COURT in the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... IN THE STATE.................

1. Nama:.......................................................................................................

2. No. Kes: ................................................................................................. ..................

3. No. Kad Pengenalan: ...............................................................................................

4. Alamat: ....................................................................................................................
......................................................................................................................................
................................................................................................................. .....................

5. No. Telefon: ............................................................................................ .................

6. Anggota keluarga untuk dihubungi: ....................................................... .................
......................................................................................................................................

7. period of electronic surveillance devices ("device") installed:...............................

8. Terms and conditions — (a) to report themselves at the nearest police station at/for every........................;
(b) understand that all movements will be tracked and saved as official records;

(c) agree to required for inspection equipment for the device if necessary;
(d) to inform the police officer if there is any change of address;
(e) to allow the inspection of devices by the police officer;
(f) to report themselves at the nearest police station for the device is open;
(g) to return all equipment device to the police officer;
32 laws of Malaysia ACT 747 (h) to comply with the procedures required by the police officer;
(i) to maintain the device as directed by the police officer;
(j) to comply with any police officer;
(k) to comply with any other conditions as determined by the Court.

9. Non-compliance with the terms and conditions is an offence under subsection 7 (6) of this Act.

I hereby agree and will abide by the terms and conditions as stated in this form.

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