Ministry of Internal Security (Malaysia)
|Ministry of Internal Security|
The logo of Ministry of Internal Security
|Formed||March 18, 2004|
|Dissolved||March 18, 2008|
|Superseding agency||Ministry of Home|
|Jurisdiction||Government of Malaysia|
|Agency executive||Hishamuddin Hussein, Minister of Internal Security|
Ministry of Internal Security was a Malaysian federal government ministry.
This ministry was established in March 2004 by dividing the Home Ministry into two ministries, namely Ministry of Internal Security And Ministry of Home Affairs.
Ministry of Internal Security was led by the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and was supported by two Deputy Ministers. Secretary-General (Sec-Gen) KKDN who was aided by two Deputy Secretaries General (Sec-Gen), was responsible for five respective parts presided by a Secretary Part. On the other hand, each Secretary (Management) had eight parts under him/her. Three more departments were directly accountable to Sec-Gen.
This department had four departments / agency:
- Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM)
- National Anti-drug Agency (AADK)
- Malaysian Prison Department
- Malaysian Civil Defence Department
On March 18, 2008, a new cabinet was announced and the Ministry of Internal Security was again incorporated into the Ministry of Home Affairs.
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