SINGAPORE: Brunei’s Commissioner of Police has been conferred Singapore’s highest police award.
Mr Hasrin Sabtu received the Distinguished Service Order from President Tony Tan Keng Yam at the Istana on Thursday.
The award is for his contribution in fostering excellent ties and co—operation between the police forces of Brunei and Singapore.
Both countries worked well together in areas such as investigations, training and the sharing of information.
This led to successes in operations to combat terrorism and transnational crime.
Under Mr Hasrin’s leadership, the longstanding friendship between the two police forces has been enhanced.
Singapore’s Police Force has benefited from assistance provided by its Bruneian counterpart, through various operational exercises and training programmes.
Mr Hasrin also met Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
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