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SOCIAL PROBLEMS
Senior Executive Development
Programme, UBD 2005
Public Policy Analysis Case Study
Introduction - Group Members
YB Awang Abd Mutalib, Act DO
Tutong
Sr Supt Abd Rahim, Deputy Director
Operations, RBPF
Haji Nairul Anawar, SAO, PMO
Arsad Adis, Act Director of CoCuriculum, MOE
Haji Mohd Rozan, Act MD, TAP
Clarify the Problem
Others
Immigration
Labour
Overstayers
Infant/Child
abandonme
nt
Infanticide
Abortion
Unlawful
Pregnancy
Juvenile
Delinquents,
School
Bullies
Vanadlism,
Littering
SOCIAL
PROBLE
M
Incest
Rape
Unlawful
Carnal
Knowledge
Domestic
Violence,
Wife/childre
n /husband
abouse
Crime,
Theft,
Burglary,
Gangsterism
s,
Corruption
Drug Abuse
Drug
Trafficking
Interconnected – Abandoned Baby
/ Unlawful Pregnancy / Poverty?
State why it is a problem
Government’s concerns on social
problems:
– Increasing rate of social problems
Community’s unconsciousness
Lack of support from wider communities
Lack of knowledge/understanding
– Eg. effects of taking drugs, abortion
Lack of family support
Explain how it happens?
Lack of education (religious)
Family separation eg. divorce
Peer group
Lack of promotion/communication
Non alignment
Enforcement agencies (- not focused)
Unemployment
Cultural Shocks (through globalization,
internet, media, concerts)
Identify what would have to change
to make an impact on problem
Strong law enforcements
– Eg. coordination/collaboration, transparency,
free of airing views/forums, booklets etc
Roadshows to all of communities, schools
Role of community leaders
Role of Media eg. TV, News, Press
National Committee to be formed (nonfocus), District level
Review of legislations eg. punishments
Ministry of Education - curriculum
Illustration – drug abuse
Identify what would have to change
to make an impact on problem
Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports
– Department of Community Development
– Department of Youth and Sports
– Pusat Pembangunan Belia (Youth Development
Centre)
Ministry of Religious Affairs
– Islamic Propagation Centre - religious books,
sermons, role of mosques
Role of NGOs – participation eg. BASMIDA
Leading Agency – JPM
Report on what has been done to
address the problem
Formation of National Committee/District
Committee/NGOs
Forums/Seminars/Roadshows
Sermons
Competition in schools/NGOs
Promotion through Medias/Billboards
Rehabilitation Centres (Pusat Bahagia
Pulaie, Rumah Al-Islah,)
Counselling (Education and Civil Service
Department)
Law Enforcement/Police (including Military
Martial Court for Armed Forces members)
Make a case for any changes that
the group feels are needed
Study Tour to neighbouring countries
NGOs full commitments
Budget
Community Leaders and Consultative
Councils
Neighbourhood Crime Watch Scheme to
be improved and better coordinated with
Community Leaders (also have insurance
coverage and compensation for
committees)
Monetary incentive allowances for initiator
Illustration – peeping tom
Thank you for
your attention