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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Police monitor SOP compliance at 11 schools in Putrajaya


Twenty-two police officers from the Putrajaya district police headquarters, who are also school liaison officers for 11 Putrayajaya secondary schools, have been assigned to monitor and ensure compliance of the schools with standard operating procedures (SOPs) under the recovery movement control order (MCO) period.
Putrajaya district police chief Mohd Fadzil Ali said two police personnel with the rank of inspector and sergeant will be present at each school from 7.30am to 2pm every Monday throughout the recovery MCO period.
Previously, they only visited the schools twice monthly to monitor safety and crime activities in the schools, he said.
“These police officers are responsible for ensuring SOP compliance and advising the school community to make further improvement if necessary,” he told reporters after visiting SMK Putrajaya Presint 8 (1) today.
Mohd Fadzil said no reports were received on SOP violations at the schools so far, and that he was also satisfied with the level of SOP compliance he had witnessed during his visit.
All secondary schools reopened their doors for Form Five and Form Six students, who would be sitting for their 2020 Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM), Sijil Vokasional Malaysia (SVM), Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM), Sijil Tinggi Agama Malaysia (STAM) and equivalent examinations.
Meanwhile, during the visit at SMK Putrajaya Presint 8 (1), teachers were seen carrying out body temperature checks on students even before they got out of their parent's car to ensure only healthy ones were allowed to enter the school premises, while those who are symptomatic were told to go home.
Students coming by bus were required to walk about 50 metres from the bus stop to the foyer for the temperature screening and if their temperature were slightly above 37.5 degrees Celcius, they were quickly taken to an isolation room until their parents or guardian came to take them home.
Students are also required to sanitise their hands before entering their respective classrooms and begin the learning session.
SMK Putrajaya Presint 8 (1) has 163 Form Five students.

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