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The idea of ​​setting up a Student Police Volunteer Corps (SUKSIS) was initially inspired by YAB Datuk Seri Abdullah Hj. Ahmad Badawi, the 5th Prime Minister of Malaysia who at that time was the Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister when he spoke in conjunction with the launch of the 12th Convocation Expo at Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM), Sintok, Kedah.

 

The desire to form a uniformed body "Ala Polis" in all Public Institutions of Higher Learning (IPTA) is driven by the desire to produce excellent graduates who also have legal knowledge, skills, competitive, disciplined, skilled and equipped with noble values ​​and self-esteem the highest.

 

According to historical records, a team of USM Royal Malaysia Police Reserve Volunteers (SSPDRM) ala SUKSIS Corps is now available at Universiti Sains Malaysia in 1985.

Unfortunately, this program only lasted for 4 years due to logistics and financial management problems. After the recommendation of YAB Datuk Seri Abdullah Hj. Ahmad Badawi, the idea of ​​establishing SUKSIS Corps in all public universities was revived in 2003.

 

As a result of the first discussions and negotiations between Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) and PDRM, a joint decision was reached to create the first group of IPTA SUCCESS Corps in UUM of 75 students known as the Student Police Volunteer Corps or SUKSIS Corps.

To date, 20 public universities in Malaysia have established the SUCCESS Corps as one of the co-curricular courses.


Hasrat untuk membentuk sebuah badan beruniform "Ala Polis" di semua Institusi Pengajian TinggiAwam (IPTA) didorong oleh keinginan untuk melahirkan graduan cemerlang yang turut memiliki pengetahuan undang-undang, kemahiran, berdaya saing, berdisplin, berketrampilan dandilengkapi dengan nilai-nilai murni serta harga diri yang tinggi.

Mengikut catatan sejarah, satu pasukan Sukarelawan Simpanan Polis DiRaja Malaysia USM (SSPDRM) ala Kor SUKSIS sekarang telah pun sedia wujud di Universiti Sains Malaysia pada tahun 1985.
Dukacitanya,program ini hanya bertahan selama 4 tahun sahaja disebabkan masalah pengurusan logistik dan kewangan. Selepas saranan YAB Datuk Seri Abdullah Hj. Ahmad Badawi, idea penubuhan Kor SUKSIS di seluruh IPTA disemarak semula pada tahun 2003.

Hasil perbincangan dan rundingan pertama antara Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) dan PDRM, keputusan bersama dicapai bagi mewujudkan kumpulan pertama Kor SUKSIS IPTA di UUM seramai 75 orang siswa/siswi yang dikenali sebagai Kor Sukarelawan Polis Siswa/Siswi atau Kor SUKSIS.
Sehingga kini, 20 buah IPTA di Malaysia telah menubuhkan Kor SUKSIS sebagai salah satu kursus ko-kurikulum.

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