Registration Of Criminals And Undesirable Persons Act 1969

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7B. FM law REPRINT MALAYSIA PUBLISHED by the COMMISSIONER of law revision, UNDER the AUTHORITY of law REVISION ACT 1968 in COLLABORATION with MALAYAN LAW JOURNAL SDN BHD and PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BHD 2006 7 Act REGISTRATION ACT CRIMINAL and UNDESIRABLE PEOPLE 1969 Contains all amendments to 1 January 2006 7B. FM Page 1 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM PREPARED for PUBLICATION by the MALAYAN LAW JOURNAL SDN BHD and PRINTED by PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BERHAD KUALA LUMPUR BRANCH REGISTRATION ACT 2006 2 CRIMINALS and UNWANTED PEOPLE 1969 date of Assent............ 22 April 1969 date of publication in the Gazette......... 1 May 1969 REPRINT BEFORE Reprinting the first......... 1992 Reprint the second......... 1999 7B. FM Page 2 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act 7 REGISTRATION ACT CRIMINAL and ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS PEOPLE UNWANTED 1969 section 1. Short title and application 2. Interpretation 3. Appointment of officers 4. The Minister may declare the whole or such other particulars as details can express 5. The functions of officer recorded 6. The verification officer functions 7. Shall be kept express about details can express 8. Refusal to sign the fingerprint form is an offence 9. The return of the fingerprint form upon release, etc.
10. Evidence about fingerprints and convictions formerly 11. Evidence of previous convictions outside the Federation 12. Inspector General of police can exclude certain matters from the provisions of this Act 13. The Minister may order the removal of details of the person in exile, etc.
14. Regulations 15. The table and the form 16. Repeal and transitional FIRST SCHEDULE SECOND SCHEDULE THIRD TABLE 7B. FM Page 3 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 7B. FM Page 4 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 5 laws of MALAYSIA Act 7 REGISTRATION ACT CRIMINAL and UNDESIRABLE PEOPLE 1969 an act to consolidate and amend the laws that provide for registration of criminals, people banished, exiled, the State and the person is disabled and limited for the purpose of other concerned with it.
[Throughout Malaysia — 2 May 1969]
BE IT enacted by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan Negara and Dewan Rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows: short title and application 1. (1) this Act may be cited as the registration of Criminals Act and the undesirable 1969.
(2) this Act shall apply throughout Malaysia.
Interpretation 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "verification officer" means — (a) an officer of the public prosecutor, who is responsible for validating the results of a case when the conclusion of the case if someone is charged with an offence can express;
(b) the police officer in charge of the final step for the removal out of exile and Federal for confirming the deportation;
7B. FM Page 5 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 6 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 (c) the police officer who is responsible for delivering the order pengenyahan to the disabled and to confirm the pengenyahan;
(d) an immigration officer or police officer who is responsible for the final step of the expulsion of people expelled from the Federation or of any State in the Federation and for confirming the expulsion; or (e) in relation to a person who has been sentenced to imprisonment for a period because of an offence can express, any prison officer (within the meaning of any written law in the Federation in relation to prison), which is responsible for confirming the imprisonment;
"verify" means execute the functions of an official verification as may be prescribed by this Act;
"the exile" means any person who commanded to exile from United under any written law in the Federation relating to deportation;
"those expelled" means any person who commanded to diusirkan of the Federation or of any State in the Federation under any written law in the Federation relating to immigration;
"the State is disabled person" means any person who commanded dinyahkan from United under any written law in the Federation relating to deportation;
"fingerprint" includes cap hand thumb, cap and cap toe;
"the fingerprint form" means any form prescribed by the Chief of police in accordance with section 15 for the purpose of recording or verify fingerprints and details can check another;
"officers recorded" means — (a) a police officer;
(b) an officer of customs or excise the rights (within the meaning of any law 7B. FM Page 6 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 7 writing in the Federation relating to customs and Excise) that its function is to prevent or prosecute any offence can express under the law;
(c) a prison officer (within the meaning of any written law relating to federal prison) in addition to a prison officer who is also an official confirmation; or (d) an immigration officer that its function is to prevent or prosecute any offence can register under any written law in the Federation relating to immigration;
"register" means the register to be kept and maintained under section 7;
"Registrar" means — (a) the Registrar of criminals; and (b) any person or other officer appointed under section 3;
"errors can express" means any offence can be registered under this act as may be specified in the first and second schedules;
"details can express" means — (a) the particulars of any conviction or sentence in respect of an offence can express;
(b) details of any order relating to the person in exile, the State is disabled, people evicted or limited;
(c) the name, description, photographs and fingerprint or fingerprint classification for any person who is convicted of an offence can express, or for any person removed State, person is disabled state, people evicted or limited;
(d) the particulars deemed by the Minister as details can express under paragraph 4 (1) (a);
7B. FM Page 7 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 8 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 (e) details of which may be declared by the Minister from time to time by order published in the Gazette as details can express under paragraph 4 (1) (b); or (f) details of any people who have taken and recorded under any written law repealed under this Act;
"restricted person" means any person who commanded to placed under restricted residence under any written law in the Federation in relation to residential limited.
Appointment of officers 3. The Yang di-Pertuan Agong may appoint by notification published in the Gazette for the purposes of this Act — (a) a Registrar of Criminals for the Federation;
(b) the Deputy Registrar and Assistant Registrar of Criminals for the Federation or any part of the Federation; and (c) any other officer for the Federation or any part of the Federation to carry out any or all of the functions of the Registrar.
The Minister may declare the whole or such other particulars as details can express 4. (1) the Minister may from time to time by order published in the Gazette — (a) described for the purposes of this Act the details (which are submitted to the Registrar) of the person convicted of any offence (whether an offence can register under this Act or otherwise) in any country or details of the person who banished, dinyahkan or expelled from any country or from any part of a country outside the Federation as details can express; or 7B. FM Page 8 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 9 (b) declare for the purposes of this Act any details (other details can check described in paragraphs (a) to (d) in the definition of "details can express") as details can express.
(2) an order made under paragraph (1) (a) may generally in respect of such particulars or error or may specially with respect to any country or any part of a country or in respect of persons of a particular class of persons or in respect of any offence.
The functions of officer recorded 5. Recording officer in charge of a case shall take or cause to be taken and recorded fingerprints, photographs and details can check other fingerprint form on any person (other than the details of any conviction, sentence or other order of the Court in respect of an offence can express while the conclusion of the case) — (a) when a person is arrested because an offence can express; or (b) (i) where a person is convicted of an offence can express unless details can be daftarnya that have been taken under paragraph (a); and (ii) where a person, other than convicted a kesa land bo. daf ta r, d ihukum with imprisonment for a period;

(c) when a person is not arrested but summoned so present in court on a charge of an offence can check and when he was later convicted, or found guilty without a recorded conviction under any court order to require the accused bail so well-mannered, by placing the accused under trial or placing the accused under any such other order made by a court found ter 72 i tu commits a 7B. FM Page 9 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 10 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 offences can express (but mengecualikannya dar ipada a per in tah sabi tonnes) kecual i j if one is only reprimanded or warned or discharged; or (d) when a person is disabled, State of exile, expelled or banished limited, dinyahkan or expelled or placed under an order limited residential demand conditions, and shall submit the fingerprint form to the Registrar and the Registrar shall (subject to this Act) the form storage.
The verification officer functions 6. An official confirmation shall confirm the fingerprint form — (a) while the conclusion of the case if a person — (i) released and discharged from an offence can express;
(ii) is found guilty of an offence can express without recorded conviction under any court order to require the accused bail so well-mannered, by placing the accused under trial or placing the accused under any such other order made by the Court found the accused guilty of an offence can express but mengecualikannya from an order of conviction; or (iii) convicted of an offence can express;
(b) when a person discarded the State eventually carried out of the Federation;
(c) when an order of pengenyahan passed on to one person is disabled state;
7B. FM Page 10 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 11 (d) when a person evicted people taken out at 162 from the Federation; or (e) when a person limited placed under restricted residence, and shall submit the certified accordingly to the Registrar and the Registrar shall (subject to this Act) the form storage.
Shall be kept express about details can express 7. (1) subject to section 12, the Registrar shall keep and maintain: (a) a register containing details can express relating to Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak in the capital city;
(b) a register containing details can express relating to Sabah in Sabah; and (c) a register containing details can express relating to Sarawak in Sarawak.
(2) the Registrar may keep and maintain a daf tar containing but i r-r but i can daf tar relating to any country outside the Federation an order shall have been made in accordance with section 4 If details can express that submitted to it by the Government of that country.
Refusal to sign the fingerprint form is an offence 8. (1) every person whose particulars can express about it taken in accordance with sections 5 and 6 shall sign the fingerprint form or if the person cannot sign he shall lose cap head jarinya in the form, and the form must be signed by an officer of response or confirmation record according to the requirements of the situation.
(2) every person who refused to order that such particulars can express about it or refuses to sign the fingerprint form or lose cap head jarinya in the form when the 7B. FM Page 11 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 12 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 are required to do so by an officer recorded the legal or official confirmation shall be guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to both.
(3) an official record or verification officer can in accordance with section 5 and 6 using violence as are necessary or reasonable.
The return of the fingerprint form upon release, etc.
9. (1) except as otherwise provided in subsection (2) and (3), the Registrar or the police officer, according to the needs of the circumstances shall be — (a) If a person released and discharged from an offence can register, forthwith submit fingerprints, pictures fotonya and negative picture of that photo to that person upon application; or (b) If a person is found guilty of an offence could express, without noting his conviction, submit fingerprints, pictures fotonya and negative picture of that photo to that person upon application, upon the expiry of the probation period or periods on bail so that behave well or any other period under any such other order made by the Court found the accused guilty of an offence can express (but mengecualikannya of an order conviction) unless the accused is again found guilty an offence can express during that period.
(2) if there are any application under subsection (1) is made within three months from the date of the release and p e l e p a s a n a t o r h a b i s n y a t e m p o h y a n g d i s e b u t d a l a m subsection (1) the Registrar shall destroy the fingerprint form , photographs and negatives of the photographs.
(3) where under paragraph (1) (b) the person is again found guilty of an offence can express within the period referred to in that paragraph, then the Registrar shall 7B. FM Page 12 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 13 for the purposes of this Act the fingerprint form storage and record details can express about the people i tu (including details of both of them) in the register as if he has been convicted for both the offence although the Court excludes the order of conviction in respect of the offence then that.
(4) subject to section 13, subsection (1) and (2) shall not apply to any person in exile, the disabled or people evicted.
Evidence of fingerprints and convictions formerly 10. (1) subject to subsection (2) every — (a) a fingerprint form if confirmed by reasonable verification officers;
(b) the certificate, document or extract (whether in relation to fingerprints or otherwise) which — (i) based on entries appropriately from the register; and (ii) certified by the Registrar as such appropriately; or (c) a certificate signed by the Registrar that — (i) a person's fingerprint has been compared to other fingerprints taken previously or subsequently; and (ii) the fingerprint has been compared the fingerprints of that person as well, shall be admissible in evidence in court and be sufficient evidence of the matters described therein unless the akasnya proved.
(2) where any declaration referred to in paragraph (1) (c) (i) tu is accepted as evidence in court, the Court or the accused can sue the Registrar as a witness and if the accused to do so he shall give notice to the Prosecutor not less than ten days prior to the commencement of the trial.
7B. FM Page 13 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 14 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 Proof of previous conviction beyond Federal 11. (1) a conviction which was formerly in a given country or in any part of a country (of which an order has been made under section 4) outside the Federation can be proved by the production of a declaration made by an officer in authority who certifies that the fingerprint an accused person has been compared to fingerprint any person convicted previously and that the fingerprint was fingerprints of that person as well.
(2) for the purposes of this section "officer in authority" means a person or authority as may be allowed by the Government of the country or the Government of any part of a country to store and maintain fingerprints and other details deemed details can check in accordance with section 4.
(3) any certificate issued by that authority shall, unless the contrary is proved, be evidence of the akasnya on all matters described therein including the signature and any officer that it's powerful.
Inspector General of police can exclude certain matters from the provisions of this Act 12. (1) the Chief of police may direct that any person other than a person in exile, displaced, disabled state or persons which — (a) convicted of an offence can express specified in the second schedule;
(b) the conviction has been imposed a punishment of a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars;
(c) on conviction not subject to a sentence of imprisonment for a period that is not a sentence of imprisonment for non-payment of the fine; and (d) were previously not registered under this Act or under any written law to the Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah or Sarawak deals 7B. FM Page 14 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 15 registration of criminals before the commencement of this Act, are exempt from the provisions of this Act.

(2) the Registrar shall, upon the instructions given, store details can express about a person convicted is for one year from the date of conviction and shall, subject to subsection (3), destroy it immediately.
(3) the Chief of police may, pursuant to subsection (1), revoke the directive before the expiry of such period and with it the Registrar shall record the particulars can express about the convicted person pursuant to section 7 and inform the person of the cancellation.
(4) this section does not apply to subsection 9 (3).
(5) any person aggrieved by such revocation may appeal to the Minister within thirty days from the date notified about the revocation.
The Minister may order the removal of details of the person in exile, etc.
13. The Minister may, by order published in the Gazette order that eliminated details can express about any person removed State, disabled state or people limited (not convicted of an offence can express) upon the expiry of the order of deportation or the pengenyahan or the next or when the order of deportation, pengenyahan or the cancelled residential limited.
Regulations 14. The Minister may make regulations to give effect to the purposes and provisions of this Act.
The table and the form 15. (1) the Minister may by order published in the Gazette amend the first and second schedules.
7B. FM Page 15 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 16 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 (2) the Chief of police may by notification published in the Gazette, designate the fingerprint form or any other form that it regards expedient for the purposes of this Act.
Repeal and transitional 16. (1) the law specified in part I of the third schedule was repealed laws and law set out in part II of the third Schedule to the extent described it as amended is hereby amended accordingly.
(2) any revocation shall not interfere with the persistence standard, effective travel or any rules, regulations, orders, approvals, instructions, forms, records, check, fingerprints, photographs, certificates, documents or details of criminals, the exile, the State is disabled, expelled, limited or other person taken, recorded, used, entered, stored or maintained by or under any written law repealed before the commencement of this Act.
The FIRST SCHEDULE [section 2] a. OFFENCE CAN EXPRESS in SABAH part I offence under the Penal Code Chapter and section Errors Chapter VI, all.................. To the country Section 131-136.................. Relating to the armed forces Chapter XII, all.................. Relating to Money and Stamps 7B. FM Page 16 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 17 PART II of an offence under the laws of Sabah Section 304A, 302, 305-308, 312-317, 318, 363-373, 376-377B.....................
About human body Section 379-382, 384-389, 392-396, 399-404, 406-410A, 411-414, 417-424, 429-433, 435-440, 448-462, ....
Against Property Section 465-469, 471-489A-477A, 489D of ... ... more In connection with chapter V, all the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... Pensubahatan Section 120B.................. Criminal Plot No. Short title Section Chapter 91...... Raw opium and Opium to ... ... more All Offences of chapter 77...... Cap Goods Business ... 9, 11 Chapter 50...... Judi.................. 4 (1), 7 (1) Ord. 4 1959 criminal procedure...... 72, 73, 249 Chapter 116...... Train............... 25, 26 Chapter 80...... Minor Offences Are ... ... More 18, 21 and 22A Ord. 21 1961 public order......... 3 (2), 4 (1), 5, 6, 7, 12, 13 (1) of section 128 of the ... ... more Road Traffic......... 14A, 15 (1), 16, 17A Ord. 6 1962 preservation of public safety in. .. All Offences and regulations made thereunder Chapter 151...... Unwanted Publication In. .. 4, 5 Chapter 100...... Poisons, Dangerous Drugs......... All Offences Ord. 17 1956 firearms and Explosive......... 5, 11, 12 (4), 16, 16A, 22 (5) Chapter and section Offence 7B. FM Page 17 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 18 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 PART III offence under Federal Ordinances (Left) * PART IV offences under acts of Parliament That Extended to Sabah No. Short title of the Act 89 Section * * the ... The Insurance Act 1963......... 3, 17 (1), 19 (1), 20 (6), 20 (7), 39 (1) of Act 82... The Internal Security Act 1960 All Act 575 is. .. Prevention of corruption Act 1997 to ... All P.W. (N.S.) 885 1957 Constitution...... 16 the second Table Act 165 of ... Law Reform Act (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 1976 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 12 of the Act 150 ... more Passport Act 1966......... 12 (1) (a) to (k) of the Act 37 of ... Firearms Act (Penalty Heavier) 1971 3, 3A, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 Ord. 22/1970 Emergency (powers necessary) 1970 2(1) † Act 79 of ... Banishment Act 1959...... 14 Act 372 a. .. Banking and financial institutions Act 1989 4, 20, 25, 26, 27, 28, 45, 46, 49, 97, 105, 115 and 119 † Act 357... Act of materials corrosion and Explosion and weapons Dangerous 1958 3, 4, 5, 6 (1), 6A (1), 7 (1), 8 (1) of Act 234... The dangerous drugs Act 1952 and. .. All Act 283 and. .. Act of drug addicts (treatment and rehabilitation) 1983 in total _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ * ENTRIES — details under this section have been added to part IV. ** The ENTRIES — this Act was repealed by the Insurance Act 1996 [Act 553]. † ENTRIES — the details previously in part III.
7B. FM Page 18 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 19 b. OFFENCE CAN EXPRESS in SARAWAK part I offence under the Penal Code (Ordinance 1934 — Chapter 57) † Act 5 ... ... more Election offences Act, 1954 3, 4, 5, 6 (1), 11 (1) (a), 11 (1) (b) of Act 155 of ... The Immigration Act 1959/63...... 56 (1) (l) † Act 465 of ... Postal Services Act 1991 and. .. 25, 26, 29-32 and 37 † Act 296 are ... Act of public order (preservation) 1958 All † Act 15 of ... Sedition Act 1948......... 4 Chapter and section Errors Chapter VI, all.................. Against Nation Chapter VII — Section 131-136............ Relating to the army, Navy and air force Chapter XII — Section 232-241, 243-263......... Offences relating to Money and Stamps the Government Chapter XV — Section 297A............... Disturbing human remains or burial ground chapter XVI — Section 302-308............ Offence of Life Section 312-318.................. Causing miscarriage, etc.
Section 363-373B............... Abduction and Pemelarian Section 376, 376A, 377 and 377A, 377B...... Rape and Obscenity _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ † ENTRIES — the details previously in part III.
No. Short Title Section 7B. FM Page 19 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 20 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 PART II Offences under the Ordinances and regulations Sarawak Chapter XVII — Section 379-389.................. Stealing Section 392-402.................. Counterfeit and Piracy Groups Section 403-409.................. Abuse of property and criminal breach of trust Section 411-424.................. Property Theft, Fraudulent and Deed Fraud Section 429-433, 435-440............ Dishonesty Section 448, 449-462.................. Invasion of Criminals, etc.
Chapter XVIII — Section 465, 466-469, 472-489 (A-D)......... Phishing, etc.
No. Short title Section — a secret Government 1911 Act — all of them — the Government's Secret 1920 Act — All Ord. 16/1961. Brain 17 and 19 Ord. 14/1960 's ... Road traffic 27, 28 and 29 of Chapter 60...... Ordinance Cap goods Business 1953 9, 11, 13 and 15 of Chapter 27...... Excise Ordinance 1961 45 (b) of section 58...... Criminal Procedure Ordinance 1933 249 Ord. 8/1962 and. .. Public order Ordinance 1962 4, 5(2), 6 and 7 of chapter 137...... Electricity Ordinance 1956 33 (3) of section 92 of the ... ... more Church and Civil Marriage Ordinance 1931 29, 30, 31, 33 and 34 of chapter 135 of the ... ... more Weapons and Explosive Ordinance 1931 6 (3), 8 (2) and 28 of chapter 66...... The Companies Ordinance 1949 48 Cooperation Chapter and section Offence 7B. FM Page 20 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 21 PART III offence under the Federal Ordinance (Left) * PART IV offences under the Constitution and the acts of Parliament Ord. 13/1962 and. .. Regulations for the preservation of public safety (Per. 1963 made under Ord. 13/1962) 6, 6A, 7A, 9, 36 and 39 Ord. 2/1960 's ... Merchant shipping 13, 190 and 191 No. Short title of the Act Section 372 of the ... Banking and financial institution 1989 4, 20, 25, 26, 27, 28, 45, 46, 49, 97, 105, 115 and 119 * * Act 89 of ... The Insurance Act 1963......... 3, 17 (1), 19 (1), 20 (6), 20 (7), 39 (1) of the 360 's ... Bankruptcy Act 1967...... 109, 112, 115 (3) of Act 82... The Internal Security Act 1960 All Act 575 is. .. Prevention of corruption Act 1997 to ... All P.W. (S.B.) 885 1957 Constitution...... 16 in part III of the second schedule of the Act 335 ... more The Societies Act 1966......... 42-49 and 52 of the Act 165 of ... Law Reform Act (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 1976 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 12 of the Act 150 ... more Passport Act 1966............ 12 (1) (a) to (k) of the Act 37 of ... Firearms Act (Penalty Heavier) 1971 3, 3A, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ * ENTRIES — details under this section have been added to part IV. ** The ENTRIES — this Act was repealed by the Insurance Act 1996 [Act 553].
No. Short Title Section 7B. FM Page 21 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 22 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 c. OFFENCES CAN EXPRESS in PENINSULAR MALAYSIA part I offence under the Penal Code Ord. 22/1970 Ordinance No. 22 (powers necessary) Emergency 1970 2(1) † Act 79 of ... Banishment Act 1959...... 14 † Act 357... Act of materials corrosion and Explosion and weapons Dangerous 1958 3, 4, 5, 6 (1), 6A (1), 7 (1), 8 (1) of Act 234... The dangerous drugs Act 1952 to ... ... more All Act 283 and. .. Act of drug addicts (treatment and rehabilitation) 1983 All Act 5 ... ... more Election offences Act, 1954 3, 4, 5, 6 (1), 11 (1) (a), 11 (1) (b) † Act 155 of ... The Immigration Act 1959/63......... 56 (1) (l) † Act 465 of ... Postal Services Act 1991...... 25, 26, 29-32 and 37 † Act 296 are ... Act of public order (preservation) 1958 All Act 15 of ... Sedition Act 1948......... 4 Chapter and section Errors Chapter VI, all............ To the country Section 131-136............... Relating to the army, Navy and air force Chapter-XII, all............ Relating to Money and Stamps Section 302, 304-308............ About Life Section 312-318............... In relation to the birth of Section 363-373A............... Kidnapping, a commitment _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ † ENTRIES — the details previously in part III.
No. Short Title Section 7B. FM Page 22 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 23 PART II Offences under the Ordinances of the Federation and the Union of Malaya PART III Offence under the enactment States that have been Worn in the entire Federal Section 376-377A............... Rape, Unnatural Offences, Violates Decency Section 379-424............... Steal, Deceive, etc.
Section 429-433, 435-440......... Dishonesty Section 448-462............... Home invasion, burglary, etc.
Section 465-477A............ Phishing Section 489A-489D............ In relation to Paper Currency and in the Pledge Bank charges chapter V and section 511............ Menyubahati and attempting to commit any of the above offences involving the No. Short title Section P.T.M. 70 1952 Merchant Shipping Ordinance 1952 56, 87, 106, 157, 177, 200 (3), 220, 300, 406, 437 P.U. 87 1959 crime prevention regulations 1959 Per. 11 (a), 11 (b) of Act 296 are ... Act of public order (preservation) 1958 All Ord. Emergency No. 5 1969 Emergency (public order and prevention of crime) 1969 4A (4), 13C (1) No. Short title of the Act Section 377 in. .. Restricted Residence Act 1933...... 6, 7 chapters and Section Offence 7B. FM Page 23 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 24 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 PART IV Offences under the enactment States that have been Worn throughout Peninsular Malaysia and under Straits Ordinance part V Equivalent offence under the laws of the State of the Straits Settlements And Other no. Short title of the Act Section 593 of the ... Criminal Procedure Code Of ... ... More 67, 68, 69, 79, 297 N.S. Chapter 21 of ... Criminal Procedure Code Of ... ... More 14 89 73 to 77 Chapter 43 included N.M.B. Enactment Maneuver army...... 7 (2) N.S. Chapter 103 of the ... Military Maneuver Ordinance Of ... ... More 16 no. Short title Section N.M.B. Chapter 149 Enactment buyers gold ... ... more 3, 3A N.M.B. Chapter 147 Mine Enactment............ Kedah Enactment 118A 5/1952 1952 Nationality Enactment......... 16 Enactment Johor 2/1952 1952 Nationality Enactment......... 16 Enactment Kelantan 2/1952 1952 Nationality Enactment......... 16 the State Enactment Nine 2/1952 1952 Nationality Enactment......... 16 Enactment Pahang 2/1952 1952 Nationality Enactment......... Perak Enactment 16 1/1952 1952 Nationality Enactment......... 16 Enactment Perlis 1/1952 1952 Nationality Enactment......... 16 Enactment Selangor 2/1952 1952 Nationality Enactment......... 16 7B. FM Page 24 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 25 an offence under any law for the time being in force in any State and Straits Settlements equal to any of the provisions of law specified in this part of this schedule.
PART VI Offences under the Constitution And the Parliament Act Enactment Terengganu 3/1952 1952 Nationality Enactment......... 16 N.M.B. Chapter 151 Agricultural protection enactment of ... 3, 4, 5 N.S. Chapter 121 Deed Registration Ordinance of ... ... more 27, 28 No. Short title of the Act Section 206 of the ... Arms Act 1960......... 9, 10 (1) & (2), 12 (2), 14 (1), 15 (1), 21, 22 (3), 23 (1), 25 (2), 30 (1) (a), 30 (2), 34 (1) & (4) and 40 if applicable Act 360 ... more Bankruptcy Act 1967......... 109, 112, 115 (3) P.W. (S.B.) 885 1957 Constitution...... 16 the second Table Act 283 and. .. Act of drug addicts (treatment and rehabilitation) 1983 All 234. Act.. The dangerous drugs Act 1952 to ... ... more All * Act 89 of ... The Insurance Act 1963......... 3, 17 (1), 19 (1), 20 (6), 20 (7), 39 (1) of Act 82... The Internal Security Act 1960 All Act 365 of ... Kidnapping Act 1961......... 3 (1), 4, 5 (1), 5 (2) of Act 575 is. .. Prevention of corruption Act 1997...... All Act 335 ... more The Societies Act 1966......... 42 to 49 and 52 of the Act 165 of ... Law Reform Act (Elimination of Samsu Dark) 1976 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 12 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ * NOTE — this Act was repealed by the Insurance Act 1996 [Act 553].
No. Short Title Section 7B. FM Page 25 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 26 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 Act 150 ... more Passport Act 1966............ 12 (1) (a) to (k) of the Act 37 of ... Firearms Act (Penalty Heavier) 1971 3, 3A, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 Ord. 22/1970 Ordinance No. 22 (powers necessary) Emergency 1970 2 (1) of Act 468 is. .. Child Protection Act 1991 33 and 34 † Act 191... The Act was kidnapped people and Intimidating Witnesses In Criminal 1947 3, 4, 5, 6 * Act 8 ... The Managing Board Act and Tabung Haji 1969 36 and 86 † Act 336 a. .. Minor Offences Act 1955...... 28 28 (i), (j), 28 (k), 29 † Act 88 of ... The Official Secrets Act 1972...... 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 if applicable † Act 297 of ... Crime Prevention Act 1959 and. .. 15 (4), 16 (2), 18 † Act 106 in. .. The women and Girls Protection Act 1973 are all † Act 79 of ... Banishment Act 1959......... 14 Act 372 a. .. Banking and financial institution 1989 4, 20, 25, 26, 27, 28, 45, 46, 49, 97, 105, 115 and 119 † Act 357... Act of materials corrosion and Explosion and weapons Dangerous 1958 3, 4, 5, 6 (1), 6A (1), 7 (1), 8 (1) † Act 5 ... Election offences Act, 1954 and. .. 3, 4, 5, 6 (1), 11 (1) (a), 11 (1) (b) † Act 155 of ... The Immigration Act 1959/63......... 56 (1) (l) † Act 465 of ... Postal Services Act 1991...... 25, 26 and 29-32 † Act 15 of ... Sedition Act 1948......... 4 † Act 463 and. .. Railway Act 1991 66, 67, 69 * * P.T.M. 61 1950 Trustee Ordinance 1950 Highway 22 (10) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ * NOTE — this Act was repealed by Tabung Haji Act, 1995 [Act 535] and formerly in part II. ** The ENTRIES — this Ordinance has been reviewed and subsequently repealed by public trust Corporation Act 1995 [Act 532] and there is no equivalent to section 22 subsection (10) in this Act. † ENTRIES — this formerly details in part II.
No. Short Title Section 7B. FM Page 26 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 27 SECOND SCHEDULE [section 2 and 12] a. OFFENCE CAN EXPRESS in SABAH in RESPECT of which REGISTRATION CAN BE EXEMPTED under section 12 part I offence under PART II of the Penal Code for offences under the Ordinance Sabah Chapter and section of the offence Section 144, 145, 147 , 148, 150, 152, 158...... Illegal Assembly laws, etc.
Section 160A, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 170, 171, 177, 178, 181, 186, 189 public servants in relation to Section 193-201, 203-216A, 217-222, 224, 225, 225A, 227 False Evidence against Public Justice and Section 270, 272-276, 276A, 280, 281, 282...... To health and public safety Section 298A..................... Relating to the Religion Section 309, 317A 317A (1), (5), 323, 324-333, 335, 338, 342-348, 353-356 Of human body Section 427-428.................. Against Property Section 493-498.................. In relation to the marriage Section 500-502.................. Defamatory Section 504-507.................. Threatening Criminal No. Short title Section Chapter 77 of the ... Cap Goods Business ... 8, 12-15, 37 Ord. 18 1959 Excise.................. 35, 36 (1), 38, 39 7B. FM Page 27 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 28 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 PART III offence under the Federal Ordinance (Left) * PART IV offences under acts of Parliament That Extended to Sabah Chapter 73 in. .. Revenue Alcohol............... 35, 36 Chapter 129 in. .. Third party insurance road traffic 18 Chapter 50... Judi.................. 5, 6, 10 159 Chapter ... more The safety of women and girls 3 (1), 4 (1), 6 (1), 94 Chapter 7 of ... Pawn............... All offences of chapter 66 of the ... Sellers Of Jewelry......... 9 Chapter 112 of the ... Public Collection............ 3 (2) * ENTRIES — details under this section have been added to part IV. ** The ENTRIES — this Act was repealed by the communications and Multimedia Act 1998 [Act 588] and formerly in part III. † ENTRIES — the details previously in part III.

No. Short title of the Act Section 235 of the ... The Customs Act 1967......... 135, 137 † Act 155 of ... The Immigration Act 1959/63...... 5, 6, 8, 9, 15, 36, 43, 56 (1) (i) † 15 Act of ... Sedition Act 1948......... 9, 10 * * Act 20 of ... The Telecommunications Act 1950...... 25, 26, 27, 29, 30 No. Short Title Section 7B. FM Page 28 Monday, April 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 29 b. OFFENCE CAN EXPRESS in the STATE in RESPECT of which REGISTRATION CAN BE EXEMPTED under section 12 part I offence under the Penal Code (Ordinance: 1934 — Chapter 57) chapter and section Errors Chapter VIII — section 141-158.................. Against public order Section 161-165.................. Feed illegal Chapter IX — Section 167, 170, 177, 181 and 189...... Offences relating to public servants, chapter XI — Section 193-201, 203-229, 270, 281, 295 and. .. False evidence and Offences against Public Justice Section 298A..................... Relating to Religion chapter XVI — Section 324-333, 335-338............... Offence of human body Sections 343-348.................. Confinement Wrong Section 353-356.................. Violent Crimes Chapter XVII — Section 427 and 428............ Chapter XVIII — dishonesty Section 493-496............ Offences relating to Marriage Chapter XX — Section 498............... Persuade run someone who bersuami Chapter XXII — Section 504-507............ The threat of crime, Pengaiban and Penggusaran 7B. FM Page 29 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 30 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 PART II offence under regulations and ordinances Sarawak PART III offence under Federal Ordinances (Left) * No. Short title Section Ord. 14/1962 Print Print............ 4, 8 and 10 Ord. 3/1959 Safety young people and children 7 Ord. 16/1961 Brain............ 18 and 20 Chapter 20 in. .. Sedition Ordinance 1938...... 8 (1) (a) and 8 (2) of section 60 in. .. Ordinance Cap goods Business 1953 7, 8, 12, 16 and 17 of Chapter 27 of the ... Excise Ordinance 1951......... 41 and 42 Chapter 126 of ... The forest Ordinance 1954......... 81, 83, 84, 85, 86 and 87 Chapter 138 of the ... Gambling Ordinance 1957......... 4, 5 and 8 of chapter 137 of the ... Electricity Ordinance 1956......... 33 (4) and 33 (5) of section 22 of the ... Spy Ordinance 1955...... 81 of Chapter 10 in. .. Birth and death Registration Ordinance 1951 27 Chapter 121 of the ... Pesticides Ordinance 1956......... 16 (1) of section 135 a. .. Weapons and Explosive Ordinance 1931 to ... 19, 21 (2), 29, 30A and 31 Chapter 52 in. .. Declaration Ordinance 1950...... 4 Chapter 139 of ... Local Newspapers Ordinance 1958 7 Ord. 2/1960 's ... Merchant Shipping......... 28, 38, 81, 101, 142, 197 and 261 (2) * ENTRIES — details under this part are included in part IV.
7B. FM Page 30 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 31 PART IV offences under acts of Parliament c. OFFENCES CAN EXPRESS in PENINSULAR MALAYSIA in RESPECT of which REGISTRATION CAN BE EXEMPTED under section 12 part I offence under the Penal Code No. Short title of the Act 20 Section * ... more The Telecommunications Act 1950...... 25, 26, 27, 29, 30 † Act 155 of ... The Immigration Act 1959/63......... 5, 6, 8, 9, 15, 36, 43, 56 (1) (i) of Act 235... The Customs Act 1967............ 135 and 137 of chapter and section of the offence Section 144-150, 152-158............ The rally unlawful, riot, etc.
Section 161, 165, 170............... In respect of civil servants Section 177, 181, 186, 189............ False information, etc.
Section 193-201.................. False Section 203-222.................. Protect Offenders, etc.
Section 224, 225, 225A, 227, 229...... Run away, etc.
Section 270, 281, 295............ Public safety, religion Section 298A.................. Related to the Religion Section 324-333, 335-338............ Cause the injured Section 343-348............... Confinement Wrong Section 353-356............... Violent Crimes Section 427, 428............... Dishonesty _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ * NOTE — this Act was repealed by the communications and Multimedia Act 1998 [Act 588] and formerly in part III. † ENTRIES — the details previously in part III.
7B. FM Page 31 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 32 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 PART II Offences under the Ordinances of the Federation and the Union of Malaya PART III offence under the laws of the State of the other offence under any law for the time being in force in any State that are equivalent to any of the provisions of law specified in this part of this schedule.
Section 493-496, 498............ With respect to the Wedding Section 504-507............... The criminal threat of chapter V and section 511............ Menyubahati and attempting to do any of the above offences involving the No. Short title of the Act Section 495 of the ... Betting Act............ 4, 5, 6 (3) * P.T.M. 10 1950 Ordinance Cap Goods Business 1950 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 18, 19 and 20 P.T.M. 70 1952 Merchant Shipping Ordinance 1952 in. .. 26, 57, 60, 93 (1), 183 (f), 384, 387, 388 * * P.T.M. 53 1952 Marriage Registration Ordinance 1952 14 (1) (a) * ENTRIES — this Ordinance had been repealed by the trade description Act 1972 [Act 87]. ** The ENTRIES — this Ordinance had been repealed by the Act law reform (marriage and divorce) Act 1976 [Act 164].
No. Short title Section N.M.B. Chapter 153 of ... The Forest Enactment............ 31, 32 of chapter and section Offence 7B. FM Page 32 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 33 PART IV Offences under the Act of Parliament no. Short title of the Act Section 235 of the ... The Customs Act 1967......... 135, 137 † Act 289 of ... Open Gaming House Act 1953 4, 5, 8 † 234. Act.. The dangerous drugs Act 1952 and. .. All Act 176 a. .. Excise Act 1976............ 21(1) & (2), 74 (1), 77, 78 (1) & (2) and 80 if applicable † Act 207 in. .. Explosives Act 1957...... All and any rules and regulations made or deemed to be made thereunder † Act 200 and. .. House to House Collections Act and on the street 1947 3(2) & (3), 6, 7, 8 † Act 155 of ... The Immigration Act 1959/63...... 5, 6, 8, 9, 15, 36, 43, 56 (1) (i) † Act 288 of ... Lottery Act 1952............ 9, 10 * Act 8 ... The Managing Board Act and Tabung Haji 1969 36, 86 † L.N. 151 1960 national registration regulations 1960 Per. 24 (1) (a), (d), (e), (i), (j) and (l) † Act 368 of ... Sale of Drugs Act 1952 to ... ... more 11 † Act 15 of ... Sedition Act 1948......... 9.10 Act 335 ... more The Societies Act 1966...... 42-49 52 * * Act 20 of ... The Telecommunications Act 1950 and. .. 25, 26, 27, 29, 30 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ * NOTE — this Act was repealed by Tabung Haji Act, 1995 [Act 535] and formerly in part II. ** The ENTRIES — this Act was repealed by the communications and Multimedia Act 1998 [Act 588] and formerly in part II. † ENTRIES — this formerly details in part II.
7B. FM Page 33 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 34 laws of Malaysia ACT 7 of the THIRD SCHEDULE [section 16] part I Repeal PART II Amendment Number Title 18/1948...... Offender Registration Ordinance (Negeri-Negeri Tanah Melayu) 18/1956...... The fingerprint Ordinance (Sabah) 14/1958...... The fingerprint Ordinance (Sarawak) Number Title Amendment 4/1959 to ... Criminal procedure code (Sabah) 1. In paragraph (c) of subsection (3) of section 245, for the words "Fingerprint Ordinance" shall be replaced by the words "the Act of registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 1969".
2. In the marginal note to paragraph (c) of subsection (3) of section 245, references about "Ord. No. 18 years 1956.0" shall be cut off.
Chapter 58... Criminal procedure code (Sarawak) after paragraph (b) of subsection (3) of section 245, shall be inserted the following new paragraph "(c) the Act of registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 1969.".
7B. FM Page 34 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 35 12/1959 to ... Immigration Ordinance (as may be extended to apply throughout Malaysia) (a) For the words "Registration Ordinance 1948 Criminals" appearing in section 52 shall be replaced by the words "the Act of registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 1969.".
(b) after the words, "fired from the Federal" appearing in section 52, shall be inserted the words "and convicted of an offence can express".
13/1959 to ... Crime prevention Ordinance For the words "under section 3 of the Registration Ordinance 1948 Criminals" found in the definition of "Registrar" shall be replaced by the words "under section 3 of the Act for registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 1969.".
18/1960 's ... The Internal Security Act 1. For the words "Registration Ordinance 1948 Criminals" and "the Ordinance" in subsection (1) of section 78, shall respectively be replaced with the words "Act of registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 1969" and "the Act".
2. For the words "Registration Ordinance 1948 Criminals," and "the Ordinance" appearing in subsection (2) of section 78, shall respectively be replaced with the words "Act of registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 1969" and "the Act".
3. Footnote ‡ to subsection (2) of section 78 should be cut.
Number Title Amendment 7B. FM Page 35 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 36 laws of MALAYSIA Act 7

ACT REGISTRATION of CRIMINALS and UNWANTED PEOPLE 1969 LIST AMENDMENT of laws that amend the short title effect from P.U. (B) 180/1969 correction of 25-07-1969 P.U. (A) 216/1972 Order registration of Criminals and Unwanted People (offences Can be checked) (Amendment) order 1972 27-02-1970 P.U. (A) 249/1976 Order registration of Criminals and Unwanted People (Amendment) Act 1976 16-04-1976 P.U. (A) 250/1976 Order registration of Criminals and Unwanted People (Amendment) (No. 2) Act 1976 01-10-1976 P. U. (A) 57/1977 Order registration of Criminals and Unwanted People (Amendment) Act 1977 01-01-1977 P.U. (A) 58/1977 Order registration of Criminals and Unwanted People (Amendment) (No. 2) order 1977 03-09-1976 P.U. (A) 89/1983 Order registration of Criminals and Unwanted People (Amendment) Act 1983 25-03-1983 P.U. (A) 264/1984 Orders registration of Criminals and Unwanted People (Amendment) Act 1984 27-07-1984 P.U. (A) 455/1985 Order registration of Criminals and Unwanted People (Amendment) Act 1985
11-10-1985 7B. FM Page 36 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM registration of Criminals and Unwanted People 37 P.U. (A) 165/1993 Order registration of Criminals and Unwanted People (Amendment of schedule) 1993 02-07-1993 P.U. (A) 19/1998 Registration of criminals and Unwanted People (Amendment of schedule) Order 1998 08-01-1998 laws that amend the short title effect from 7B. FM Page 37 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM 38 laws of MALAYSIA Act 7 REGISTRATION ACT CRIMINAL and UNDESIRABLE PEOPLE 1969 LIST SECTION AMENDED Section Power amend with effect from the first schedule P.U. (A) 216/1972 27-02-1970 P.U. (A) 249/1976 16-04-1976 P.U. (A) 250/1976 01-01-1976 P.U. (A) 58/1977 03-09-1976 P.U. (A) 57/1977 01-01-1977 P.U. (A) 89/1983 25-03-1983 P.U. (A) 455/1985 11-10-1985 P.U. (A) 165/1993 02-07-1993 P.U. (A) 19/1998 09-01-1998 Second Schedule P.U. (A) 264/1984 27-07-1984 P.U. (A) 455/1985 11-10-1985 third schedule P.U. (B) 180/1969 25-07-1969 7B. FM Page 38 Monday, March 27, 2006 12:23 PM