KUALA LUMPUR: The ountry’s top cop, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar has confirmed he is retiring in September, after leading the police force for four years.
“My tenure ends at the age of 60,” Khalid, who turns 60 on Sept 5, told FMT yesterday.
The English news portal repoted that he will be replaced by his deputy, Tan Sri Noor Rashid Ibrahim.
“As for now, the deputy inspector-general will take over,” he added.
Noor Rashid, 59 was appointed deputy inspector-general of police in December 2014.
Seremban-born Khalid joined the police force at 19.