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Bukit Aman has introduced an Exit Policy to rid the force of staff who fail to meet their Key Performance Indicator. — file picture Bukit Aman has introduced an Exit Policy to rid the force of staff who fail to meet their Key Performance Indicator. — file picture KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 29 ― Bukit Aman has introduced an Exit Policy to rid the force of staff who fail to meet their Key Performance Indicator (KPI), The New Straits Times Online reported today.

It cited federal police management director Datuk Seri Zulkifli Abdullah who said 446 policemen have been identified as scoring less than 60 per cent in their 2015 annual performance evaluation.

“A special committee comprising senior police officers will be formed in every state contingent to monitor their respective staff who recorded poor performances.

“The committee will guide them and give them a year to improve their performance. If they fail to improve, they will be given a way out from the service,” he was quoted saying after presenting 54 federal policemen with excellence service awards in a ceremony at Bukit Aman.

According to the report, the excellence awards were given to 10,400 policemen nationwide in total.

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