Selangor MACC: 106 new staff approved in Jan 2009


This information on the Selangor MACC from the MACC website may be interesting. It states that 106 new staff were approved on 1 January 2009 for deployment from 2009 to 2013.

Last November, the then ACA (now MACC) director-general Ahmad Said Hamdan said the agency would be getting 5,000 new staff by 2012.

The MACC website also states that the director of Selangor MACC is P/TPj Ja’afar Bin Mahad, who took office only a month ago on 18 June 2009. He previously helmed the body for nine months in 2008.

Recent directors served very brief terms compared to their earlier predecessors:

11. PKPj I Hjh Azni Binti Hamzah 01.01.1999 – 31.01.2005 (7 years)
12. PKPj I Shaharuddin Bin Khalid 01.11.2006 – 31.12.2006 (2 months)
13. PKPj I Mohd Jamidan Bin Abdullah 01.01.2007 – 30.09.2007 (9 months)
14. PKPj I Ja’afar Bin Mahad 01.01.2008 – 05.10.2008 (9 months)
15. P/TPj Moh Samsudin Bin Yusof 06.10.2008 – 17.06.2009 (8 months)
16. P/TPj Ja’afar Bin Mahad 18.06.2009 – sekarang

The MACC moved into Plaza Masalam on 1 August 2007. It is in the midst of developing its own office and quarters in Section 16 of Shah Alam.

Pada 1 Ogos 2007, BPR Selangor kemudiannya telah berpindah ke ruang pejabat baru di Tingkat 14 & 15, Plaza Masalam, Seksyen 9, Shah Alam sehingga sekarang. Pertambahan pegawai dan keperluan kepada kemudahan infranstruktur lain termasuk kuarters pegawai pada masa hadapan, BPR Selangor sedang dalam proses Pembangunan Pejabat dan Kuarters sendiri di Seksyen 16, Shah Alam. Pada masa in, BPR Selangor mempunyai seramai 52 orang pegawai BPR dan 18 orang staf gunasama.

Pada 1 Januari 2009, sejajar dengan pertukaran Badan Pencegah Rasuah Malaysia kepada Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia, SPRM Negeri Selangor telah diluluskan pertambahan jawatan pegawai SPRM dan staf gunasama seramai 106 orang. Adalah dijangkakan pertambahan pegawai SPRM Negeri Selangor mulai tahun 2009 hingga 2013. Pertambahan tersebut adalah selaras dengan keperluan petugas masa kini.

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The godless do not fear Jugdment Day. The ppl at MACC, do they even believe in a God? If not, they are godless and heartless!

Now we understand why they are so cruel. They are so heartless!!!


LOL. After reading his article, is PROF DR KAMARUDDIN saying that MACC ppl having professionally taught by westerners, are godless, do not believe in the existence of Almighty Allah nor do they ever accept that there is a day of judgment after death. They know no meaning of sin. They are not afraid of accountability to Almighty Allah. That is why he request the National Fatwa Council to play an active role? At least that is he meant to me.


“The investigative procedures used by MACC were professionally taught by Westerners. And it is a fact that these Westerners are godless people. They do not believe in the existence of Almighty Allah nor do they ever accept that there is a day of judgment after death.” The letter by Prof Kamarudin is so naive and ideological. So the detah of an innoncent man will not only be turned to political attacks but also religious attacks against the so-called “Westerners” who are godless? How about the ones who bombed the Marriot and Ritz in Jakarta? Did they learn from the West… Read more »


NAJIB,najib and again NAJIB, MACC vs Teoh Beng Hong’s case already happened. All the Rakyat and even the simple man in the street can see the whole picture.YET the Prime Minister who talk so much about a Caring and united multi racial 1 Malaysia..STILL KEEPING HIS MOUTH SHUT & Mum about this whole issue….!!!! If NAJIB is really for 1 Malaysia. Najib should initiate and call for a INDEPENDENT ROYAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY on the death of TEOH BENG HONG at MACC premise. Yet NAJIB’s (as a Top Leader of the whole nation’s) silence is deaftening and Najib’s inaction indicates… Read more »



I support your call for a review of MACC procedures.

However, I do NOT support a Fatwa to be included because this is still a secular country govern by the Constitution.

We just need transparency NOT religious restrictions.


Prof Dr Kamaruddin. Your name tells me you are a learned man and your article began well enough but by the time you finished you have shown everyone that you are just another narrow-minded racist… You condemn MACC’s action yet blame it on Westerners! Who are the people in MACC? … Why do you blame Westerners who have never even heard of MACC? You also say it is a fact that Westerners are godless people? How do you arrive at this “fact”? Who do you think you are? God’s chosen One on earth? There are Westerners who are Christians, Muslims,… Read more »


To make sure that there must be a corruption case in Selangor by hook or by crook….


Very upset with all…….. these happenings!!!

All Malaysians of all races “are” very upset with this death.
Will there be “fair” play…??????

So many, many, many cases has been “closed”. Also “thrown out”…!!!

With new staff, will it make things better…???
Are they professional enough to handle cases…????
What sort of training provided…????

It takes years of training to be able to spot a “crook”…!!
U know..!!!

Maybe “not”…!!!!!!

Phua Kai Lit

Dear Anil and Fellow Progressive Malaysians

The growth of any part of the “repressive state apparatus” is a threat to democracy.

(Repressive state apparatus = army, police, secret police, and in the case of Malaysia, supposedly non-partisan bodies that investigate corruption. Costa Rica abolished its army and they appear none the worse for it. Citizens of the Eastern European countries were really shocked by revelations of the extent of surveillance by the repressive Communist state after the secret police archives were opened)


infiltration crosses the mind when you hire by numbers and not quality.
it’s not about hiring ex-pdrm that causes the problem.
it is which one is already ‘neutralised’ or pre-disposed with attitudes or ‘ideas’.


…Selangor’s representatives must be united…

anna brella

Any on that list self-impotent RELA thugs?

And who were those plainclothes men with the PRDM officers who were over-zealously manhandling those unarmed protestors when dragging them away to be arrested from that People’s protest for Teo Beng Hock outside the MACC building? Were they cheap thugs from RELA too?

Is there an ACT/law that allows the PRDM to use such untrained civilian/volunteer support staff when engaging in normal policing activities?

“Imagine Power To The People” John Lennon.


Anil, it will be interesting to know how many of these 106 new officers in MACC are ex-Polis Raja Di Malaysia officers?


Death of teoh beng hock will bring a new mentality in the chinese community about the UMNO regime and its allies, All this years chinese supported the BN and it indulged mainly in business affairs not realizing about social , human injustice perpetrated by BN. The malays rise during anwar ibrahim reformasi period and the chinese were ignorant and also when hindraf rise , we are not against malays but against UMNO who rules this country with iron fist, so wake up malysian malays , chinese , indians, kadazans, ibans, bidayuh, sikh, and other clans together united to wipe out… Read more »


sharath, you must be cold to say that . This guy story is so sad compare to Kugan but don’t said that the world does not care his side of stories , if nobody care about Kugan than DAP will not lose this guy who also fighting for justice and he died. You only see things at micro point when many of the young DAP chaps are fighting for Kugan indirect manner. If you are any help, join the party and (its struggle). Please look at the history of ICAC hong kong when many of the young guys were sacrificed… Read more »


Goodness. Where do we find these people.


D`nt Accuse MACC as investigation is still going on….Fine ….the same persons were accuced KUGAN as a criminal with out any charges on him… HYPOCRACY at highest standard …


These are people (brought in) by you know who to do (what)?


Nazri, Muyhiddin, Zainul Ariffin, Selangor UMNO Youth, please read this : Monday July 20, 2009 Fatwa needed on MACC procedures OUR nation is shocked by the death of a young man after he had undergone an interrogation by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). It saddened us more as he was only a witness to assist the investigation and not even the accused. As a practising Muslim, my heart cried for justice as prescribed by our Holy Book of Islam, the Quran. Our Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) taught us strict principles to imagine what would we feel… Read more »