270 conservancy workers in the East trained to help make estates safer
More conservancy workers have been trained to help make the estates safer.
About 270 workers in the the East have gone through a half-day training workshop, "Workers-on-Watch".
They were taught how to look out for suspicious characters and activities.
The workshop was organised by Bedok Police Division, with support from the Singapore Civil Defence Force, Singapore Customs and National Crime Prevention Council.
The programme started in 2008, with 30 workers at East Coast Town Council and has been expanded to four more town councils - Tampines, Marine Parade, Pasir-Ris Punggol and Moulmein-Kallang.
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