The Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) wishes to thank Shocked driver, the writer of 'Emergency vehicles should be driven safely' published in Borneo Bulletin on December 15, 2012 for highlighting such a matter.
This gesture shows the writer's apparent respect and appreciation for our laws and community safety.
The Public Relations Unit of the RBPF appreciates the comments and views aired by the writer and welcomes any constructive comments from the public towards improving its services.
The Public Relations Unit invites and urges any member of the public who has or may encounter such incidents in the future to come forward and contact us by calling 2423901 ext 529, upon which appropriate action will be taken.
The public may also call the RBPF hotline 993 or approach any nearby police stations in regards to any future complaints or lodge any immediate report on any incident, which is deemed unsatisfactory.
Head of Public Relations Unit
Commissioner of Police's Secretariat Office
Royal Brunei Police Force