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5 miscreants arrested in the Punggol Waterway fire, announces Singapore's most happening police centre




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In the case of the massive fire in Punggol waterway, Punggol Neighbourhood Police Centre (PNPC) has announced the that five suspects have been arrested.
In a post in their Facebook PNPC said:
“Police have arrested 5 male subjects, aged between 14 and 20, for their involvement in a case of Mischief by Fire at Punggol Waterway. On 30 Jan 2016 at about 10.49pm, police received a call informing of a fire at Punggol Waterway. The fire caused damage to the park and it was fortunate that no one was injured in the fire. Investigations are on-going.”
PNPC may be the most happening neighbourhood police centre in Singapore. Why we say that?
They take cute picture of babies and their grandmother.

#peopleofpunggolOur officers saying 'Hi' to Mdm Zhou and her grand daughter. She shared with us that she feels safe…

Posted by Punggol Neighbourhood Police Centre on Thursday, 7 January 2016

Their officers in shorts (don’t say last time police wear shorts anymore hor), hang out at neighbourhood schools.

Back-to-school for our Community Policing Officers! We had fun hanging out with the students on their first day of school. #weloveourjob

Posted by Punggol Neighbourhood Police Centre on Monday, 4 January 2016

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Remember the case of the 3 year-old-boy who was injured by a cyclist at the Serangoon park Connector? These guys are on top of this case.

In case you are bored, you can try your hand at the word game on their Facebook wall.

Comment the first word you see!#wordseachoncrimeprevention

Posted by Punggol Neighbourhood Police Centre on Friday, 22 January 2016

PNPC also produce their own wacky inhouse videos. How cool is that?

Don't Anyhow Anyhow Touch!!

DON'T ANYHOW ANYHOW TOUCH!!#sengkangNPCproductions#dontanyhowmolestpeopleWe are excited to present our second in-house production! Do take some time to enjoy the video and remember, Low Crime Doesn't Mean No Crime! If you have not seen our first production on our Community Policing System, do check it out at https://goo.gl/eOAG9ZWhile our officers continue to work round the clock to keep Sengkang safe, we hope residents can adopt the measures in the video to prevent themselves from becoming victims of Molest!Share this with your family and friends!Anymore ideas on how to keep yourself safe? Share it in the comments below!

Posted by Sengkang Neighbourhood Police Centre on Saturday, 2 January 2016

Their picture they use to announce arrests and crime busting however has come under some criticism.
But we’re sure that this is something the social media managers of PNPC will soon fix.
Do give this publication a buzz when you have done so.
We will announce it to the whole world!

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