MSW Alert Zone Matrix

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The following information was extracted from the 2011Momase Region Census records. It provides information about Madang Districts, Local Level Government (LLG) and Ward numbers. If you are unsure about the location of an alert status, you can download and use the matrix to identify the location of a Madang Security Watch Notification Alerts.

It is advisable to familiarize yourself with local knowledge of Madang Districts, LLGs and Ward area names.

Download MSW Zone Matrix PDF

Madang Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3
LLG Madang Urban Ambenob Transgogol
  Ward 1 02. Furan / Sisiak 01. Melowaba
  Ward 2 03. Korong / Opi 02. Gumaru Mawan
  Ward 3 04. Kamba / Kuris 03. Amaimon
  Ward 4 05. Siar / Wadan 04. Baisarik
  Ward 5 06. Riwo / Nagada 05. Bemari Waguma
  Ward 6 07. Amron / Baitabag 06. Garinam
  Ward 7 08. Budad Haven 07. Barum
  Ward 8 09. Gegeri Wangar 08. Buroa
  Ward 9 10. Ward 10 09. Butade
  11. Bagupi / Saruga 10. Kagi
  12. Abar / Labting 11. Ensuda
  13. Baiteta / Hipondik 12. Bai
  14. Balima / Kusubar 13. Dawa Bigawa
  15. Aiyap / Malac 14. Babaran Imam
  16. Sein 15. Kosilanta
  17. Bahor Sahgala 16. Abiya
  18. Ward 18
  19. Amele / Omuru
  20. Bau / Umun
  21. Bemahal / Fulumu
  22. Arar/ Maneb
  23. Asikan/ Atu
Middle Ramu Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4
LLG Arabaka Rural Josephstaal Rural Simbai Rural Kovon Rural
  01. Gokta 01. Ingawaia 04. Ainong 01. Salemp
  02. Jakipuat 02. Bogen 05. Momuk 02. Sonvak
  03. Atiapi 03. Osum 06. Kaironk 03. Aranam
  04. Diam 04. Avunmakai 07. Fongoi 22. Hangaple
  05. Moibu 05. Evuar 08. Fundum 23. Aradip
  06. Gragebu 06. Mandugar 09. Gubun 24. Sangapi
  07. Nodabu 07. Arimbugor 10. Nugunt 25. Dangu
  08. Paibu 08. Kisila / Simbar 11. Koki 26. Gebrau
  09. Watabu 09. Iabaranga 12. Yambunglem 27. Tingi
  10. Grengabu 10. Kangarangat 13. Kerevin 28. Yilu
  11. Chungribu 11. Yamamuk 14. Kurumdek 29. Mamusi
  12. Limbubu 12. Inasi 15. Kandum 30. Fitako
  13. Kwanga 13. Amjaivuvu 16. Tinam 31. Gubaine
  14. Askunka 14. Angasa 17. Aigram 32. Wulim
  15. Misingi 15. Kaibugu 18. Kampaying 33. Yahl
  16. Nambringi 16. Ivarai 19. Babaimp
  17. Bumbera 17. Kinbugor 20. Kumbruf
  18. Bunungum 18. Aragnam 21. Tsungup
  19. Gosingi 19. Ambok
  20. Brokoto 20. Kamambu
  21. Akurukai 21. Sangur Sangur
  22. Wawapi 22. Munimatamam
  23. Ipokondor 23. Atitau
  24. Rarapi 24. Arimatau
  25. Awam 25. Abasakul
  26. Akavangu 26. Kokomasak
  27. Astangu
  28. Atemble
  29. Iporaitz
  30. Iragarat
  31. Anamunk
  32. Apanam
  33. Jogoi
  34. Sotobu
Rai Coast Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4
LLG Astrolabe Naho Rawa Rai Coast R Nayudo Rural
  01. Kul 01. Gurumbo 01. Bonga 02. Tapen
  02. Bangri 02. Mungoui 04. Kepolak 03. Gabutamon
  03. Bang 03. Ranara 05. Baru 04. Boana
  04. Bongu 04. Boro 06. Mamgak 05. Wadabong
  05. Boram 05. Tauta 07. Mur 06. Kwembum
  06. Male 06. Barim 08. Umboldi 07. Weskokop
  07. Lalok 07. Goiro 09. Kakimar 08. Yawangoba
  08. Kulel 08. Niningo 10. Saidor 09. Bambu
  09. Saipa 09. Numbaiya 11. Yaimas 10. Eyengowo
  10. Bom 10. Gomumu 12. Waibol 11. Gumase
  11. Jamjam 11. Saranga 13. Biliau 12. Gwarawon
  12. Kwato 12. Serengo 14. Sibog 13. Miok
  13. Erima 13. Kikipe 15. Suri 14. Tariknan
  14. Ato 14. Wamunde 16. Bagalawa 15. Mibu
  15. Ileg 15. Wari 17. Lamtup
  16. Butemu 18. Maibang
  17. Durukopo 19. Yorkia
  18. Senei 20. Sari
  19. Gumbarami 21. Sorang
  20. Sewe 22. Kiambaui
  23. Matako
  24. Gogou
  25. Sarakiri
  26. Kwongo
  27. Wado
  28. Simimididi
  29. Wongetuo
  30. Ganglau
  31. Orinma
  32. Mebu
  33. Batoto
  34. Matafun
  35. Bok
  36. Malala
  37. Ward 37
  38. Ward 38
  39. Ward 39
  40. Ward 40
  41. Ward 41
  42. Ward 42
Sumkar Zone 1 Zone 2
LLG Karkar Rural Sumgilbar Rural
  01. Yau/Badilu 01. Bunbun
  02. Matiu 02. Erenduk
  03. Tarak 03. Murukanam
  04. Kaviak 04. Malas
  05. Kinim Station 05. Imbab
  06. Narer 06. Mirap
  07. Urugen 07. Karkum
  08. Bangme/Langlang 08. Sarang
  09. Gial 09. Basken
  10. Tugutugu 10. Budum
  11. Dimer
  12. Kaul 1
  13. Kaul 3
  14. Mapor
  15. Muluk
  16. Kubam
  17. Katom
  18. Pain
  19. Komoria
  20. Dangsai
  21. Biu
  22. Did
  23. Boroman
  24. Kurum
  25. Liloi
  26. Marup
  27. Kevasop
  28. Mangar
  29. Bafor
  30. Kuduk
  31. Bujon/Kurumtaur
  32. Marangis/Mom
  33. Keng/Mater
Bogia Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3
LLG Almami Labu Yawar
  01. Ambana 01. Baliau Ward 01. Marangis
  02. Lilau 02. Dangale 02. Kaiyan
03. Gawat 03. Koalang 03. Boroi
04. Wangor 04. Boakure 04. Buliva
05. Suaru 05. Abaria 05. Daiden
06. Dumudum 06. Warisi 06. Dongan
07. Turutapa 07. Dugulaba 07. Awar
08. Urumarav 08. Budua 08. Nubia
09. Milalimuda 09. Madauri 09. Birap
10. Aidibal 10. Waia 10. Rugusak
11. Turupuav 11. Jogari 11. Ambu
12. Murusapa 12. Yassa 13. Sepa
13. Wadaginam 13. Kuluguma 14. Rugasak
14. Sirikin 14. Boda 15. Banag
15. Wagimuda 15. Boisa 16. Giri Tung
16. Yavera 17. Damangap
17. Yakiba 18. Kumnung
18. Mugumat 19. Minung
19. Yoro Suvat 20. Kuarak
20. Dugumor 21. Mikarew
21. Busip Kalelap 22. Abegini
22. Simbine 23. Dinam Adui
23. Malala Wakor 24. Apengan
24. Amiten 25. Ariangon
25. Aketa 26. Amba Arep
26. Aleswaw 27. Aringen Gun
27. Manugar 28. Dimuk Sirin
28. Gugubar 29. Giar Wazamb
29. Erewanem 30. Andeamarup
30. Ulatapun 31. Duapmung
31. Tarikapa 32. Andarum
32. Muaka 33. Ingamuk
33. Korak 34. Barit
34. Ulingan 35. Kayoma
  35. Toto 36. Bang Wokam
  36. Medebur 37. Sanai Taringi
  37. Mereman 38. Naupi
  39. Gwaia Akurai
  80. Bogia Urban
Usino Bundi Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3
LLG Bundi Rural Usino Rural Gama Rural
01. Bundi-kara 01. Bumbu 35. Aingdai /Forogo
02. Snopass 06. Sankain 36. Ambisiba
03. Bononi 07. Dumpu 37. Kenaint
04. Imuri 08. Kesawai 38. Kinibong
05. Gobug-Agu 09. Aliveti 39. Gai
06. Yandara 10. Koropa 40. Bank
07. Kindaukevi 11. Sausi 41. Useruk
08. Karamuke 12. Korona 43. Kwaringiri
09. Marum 13. Yakumbu 44. Garisakan / Umerum
10. Mokinangi 14. Walium 45. Gunts
11. Guyebi 15. Kuragina 46. Komaraga
12. Emegari 16. Waput 47. Kombaku
13. Kobum 17. Puksak 48. Nimbla
14. Mondinongra 18. Naru
15. Pupuneri 19. Somau
16. Biom 20. Mopo
17. Promisi 21. Animinik
18. Brahman 22. Negeri
19. Tauya 23. Begesin
20. Safi 24. Koinegur
21. Pendiva 25. Baisop
22. Krumbukari 26. Kunduk
27. Eunime
28. Komas
29. Igoi
30. Usino Station
31. Boko
32. Garaligut
33. Musak
34. Kukapang
83. Ramu Sugar Urban

 

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Madang Security Watch Notification (MSW_1/2020-6S)

Please observe the security status for the respective location until further notice: Yellow Alert (Maintain Situational Awareness)

Category: Highway Alert

Status (Contact MSW for an update): Updated

Location: Okuk Highway Goroka EHP

Information Received: Madang could become a transit town or bypass for the highlands route 100. It has been advised that the Okuk Highway is completely cut off at 5mile outside Goroka, Eastern Highlands of PNG.

A culvert between 5mile and Kabieufua has been completely washed away by flash-flood that broke through a man made dam. The situation calls for a state of emergency preparedness for the highlands depending on the highway for logistics transportation. An alternative route will be to take the Jimmy valley road Baiyer-Madang National Highlands Highway as an alternative road which was built by PNG Defense force that was successfully completed in 2015. People of Enga and Western Highland can easily access these new roads. #sms511 #MSW21

Alert Reference No. : (MSW_1/2020-6S)

Time: January 10, 2020 at 10:46 am

Contact Form URL: https://alertsmadwatch.wordpress.com/incident-reporting-form18/

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Fighting Crime with SMS

Situation:

Newtown Miliok St. : On the 20/10/19 at 8:43pm, we received a tip-off from a resident at New Town reporting intoxicated youths, disorderly and loud music in the area for the past 12 hours. Person contacted MSW via Facebook message. An SMS Alert was disseminated to our mobile subscribers which include Police personnel, toll free and WhatsApp contacts. Disturbance in the area stopped shortly after.

How effective is SMS 511 Alerts?

As well as tip-offs, SMS is ideal for quickly sharing important information with a number of people which can be effective in keeping people safe, preventing crime or apprehending criminals. Neighborhood watches, security companies, schools and any other communities can quickly alert their members to dangerous situations. They can also gather information from members of the community to allow police services to respond faster.


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Public Safety: REPORTING MINOR INCIDENTS

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It is extremely important to report incidents right away, no matter how minor it may be. Even if you feel it is not worth reporting, the incident must be documented. It also ensures the details of an incident are accurate as the event will still be fresh in your mind.

Reporting minor incidents right away will allow corrective actions to be taken sooner; possibly preventing other incidents from occurring.

A minor incident is something that did not result in any personal injury, property damage, or disturbance to the community. It is a very important indicator of potentially harmful accidents that can happen in the future.  Eg. Rape, violence and community unrest.

A safe community starts with you. Immediately report incidents and especially if you are involved in them is the right thing to do. 

The reporting of minor incidents is not telling on someone but a method of identifying future problems to avoid. A minor incident today can be a serious situation tomorrow.

Help make your community a safer place to live in by reporting incidents whether it is minor or not. Text it to SMS 511 Alerts Hotline 7224 8280 or call the Madang Police Toll Free number 7225 4444.

 

 

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Taking Responsibility of Public Safety

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Public Safety is not only about taking precautions, it is also about taking responsibility.

If you see an unsafe situation, or even a potentially unsafe condition, don’t just walk away. Take responsibility for getting it corrected. Whether it is at the bus stops, while you’re travelling on the roads, or walking on the streets, wherever you see something that you believe is unsafe, or could lead to an adverse incident, speak up. If it is unsafe to actually do something about it yourself, keep others out of the unsafe zone and contact the Police Hotline number 7225 4444 or send out an alert on SMS 511 Alerts Hotline 7224 8280.

Think about how you would feel if you did nothing, then heard later on that an incident happened.

 

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What is the difference between a ‘hazard’ and a ‘risk’?

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Hazard is something that can cause harm, e.g. electricity, chemicals, travelling on a boat in high wind condition, noise, an intoxicated person on the street, stress, etc.

A risk is the chance, high or low, that any hazard will actually cause harm to somebody.

For example, traveling home on an overloaded dinghy can be a hazard. The risk of personal danger may be high. Over-loaded boats with no life jackets is a hazard. If the wind condition changes and creates high waves, the waves can place the boat and your life in a ‘high-risk’ category.

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Tunnel Vision

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MSW update: 25 – 26 August 2019
Reported incidents: 4

What is Tunnel Vision?

 

If someone has tunnel vision, it means your world view is limited. You cannot see all points of view or the big picture. You are limited to what you know or see right in front of you.

 

We always talk about staying ALERT and talk about other peoples problems; but do we ever pause and have a look around the area we are living in or do we continue?

 

We become so focused on the bad stories and incidents happening in Madang, that we get tunnel vision and start to ignore what is going on around us, especially in our own backyards.

 

The aim of this security and safety focus is to look around our communities for any threats or persons involved in harming others and report them to the Police or anonymously to MSW before it can become a risk  or problem to us and somebody else.

 

As your focus narrows, you start to miss things. Those “missed things” are like lost puzzle pieces, leaving holes in your understanding of what is happening.

 

Too much focus is focussed on pointing fingers at the Provincial Police Commissioner, Minister for Police and Members of Parliament and not enough promotion of what we doing in our communities or as individuals to help fight Law and Order Problems in Madang.

 

A good example is seen at Ward 5 area where children and youths were given white paint to cover graffiti on the fences at DWU, Maritime College and Madang Technical College. It is perceived that our newly appointed Ward councillors are at work in the background.

 

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