This is my suggestion to IGP Tan Sri Musa Hassan.
Order your men to go on strike for a month, stop patrolling, stop traffic control, no neighbourhood surveilance and stop taking down reports. On top of that, close all police stations, IPPDs, IPKs and Bukit Aman for the same duration.
As an alternative, appoint Lim Kit Siang as the IGP for a month and Yong Teck Lee as his deputy. They may choose other high ranking officials from among their friends and 'chulai' to take over the duty for a month. Let us see if this blubber mouth people can really understand what police works are all about.
Yes, nobody seems to appreciate what the police has done in maintaining public order. I agree with Musa that the public only knows how to lambast at them and never show a simple appreciation over their good job. The police, in the public eyes, is wrong in many directions.
I just want to click on a short logic in the Aminulrasyid Amzah case. A 15-year old is definitely without a driving license. Eluding the police is also an offense. The family who let him drove the car should be blamed and penalised.
In many countries, anyone who flees from the police patrol at 2am will subject himself to suspicion. He might carry guns or drug in the car. He might have just robbed a bank or he might have kidnapped someone for ransom.
So, when the police shoots someone on such suspicion, the whole force is blamed. When a policeman got killed or injured on duty, nobody show sympathy. Are we being fair? And its normal when those who lash out at the police are the ones getting the most protection from the police!
Use your brain laaaaaa!!!!