Minister of Home Affairs said two investigation papers and six disciplinary investigation papers have been opened against the policewoman.
The policewoman who was filmed berating her colleagues and members of the public, was suspended from duty last week, according to reports by Sinar Daily.
Minister of Home Affairs, Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail, stated that so far, two investigation papers have been opened under Section 506 of the Penal Code and Section 186 of the Penal Code.
He also noted that the police have recorded needed statements from the lady police officer on June 18, and both investigation papers have been referred to the Elite Crime Investigation Unit (USJT) at Bukit Aman.
At the same time, six disciplinary investigation papers have been opened by the Integrity and Compliance Standard Department (JIPS) at Bukit AmanDatuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail
Saifuddin also stated that the police have clear methods and mechanisms to address perceptions of unrest.
So, we allow the police force to enforce the law.Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail
“Inspector Sheila” is no stranger to the internet given the viral videos of her berating lower ranking officers as well as causing a scene that has gone viral.
Earlier, a police report was filed against her by a woman who was involved in the argument in the car park in Brickfields.
The conflict began when the suspect tried to reverse into a parking bay while the complainant’s car doors were still open in the neighbouring lot.
“Inspector Sheila” had also allegedly disparaged the complainant for the way she dressed, berating her in the process.
Earlier this week, she was captured on camera once again, this time, she was seen berating a lower-ranking officer at the Seri Petaling police station.