Safety & Security Master Plan

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To characterise the comprehensive definition for the proposed security arrangements across the whole of Nusajaya a Safety and Security MASTER PLAN was introduced in April 2008. This was accomplished through a strategic alliance between UEM Sunrise Berhad and General Electric (GE) – one of the world's most admired companies. With GE as facilitator, the Nusajaya Safety and Security Master Plan was developed by UEM Sunrise Berhad together with Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) – Australia's leading security consultancy group.

Nusajaya Security Blueprint is the first of its kind and aims to set the benchmark for other city developments around the world.

The Nusajaya Safety and Security Plan serves to guide all key planners, consultants, suppliers and contractors responsible for its planning, design, implementation, operations and maintenance of the new Regional City.

The Nusajaya Security Blueprint is the first of its kind and aims to set the benchmark for other city developments around the world. As a first for the region, embedding security within the planning and design principles of an entire city's development at such a scale is a strategic primary initiative that will enhance the Nusajaya brand promise.

The implementation of the Nusajaya Safety and Security Master Plan is undertaken in stages, with the Precinct Security Command Centre (PSCC) located at the Puteri Harbour Clubhouse as the initial effort. The other initiatives that have followed include the Nusajaya Safe City Programme, launched in July 2009, which models Nusajaya as a 'safe city' while promoting awareness on the importance of safety and security to the public. The Royal Malaysian Police, in collaboration with Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) and UEM Sunrise Berhad, led the programme.

The Nusajaya Police Station, a result of the safe city programme launched in 2009, is located at the Anjung neighbourhood centre and began operations in March 2010.

Re-Deployment of Auxiliary Police

The Royal Malaysian Police (RMP), headquartered in Bukit Aman had approved the re-deployment of 20 personnel from the Sunrise Auxiliary Police (AP) team from Mont Kiara in Kuala Lumpur to Nusajaya in July 2011. 11 AP personnel reported for duty in December 2011 while 6 AP trainees complete their Basic Auxiliary Police Training at the Air Hitam Police Training Centre in Jempol, Negeri Sembilan on 26 February 2012. Upon graduation they were deployed to Nusajaya.