Central Fund for Counter-Crime receives over VND 200 billion

June, 25 2022
MPS - Politburo member, Secretary of the Public Security Central Party Committee, Minister of Public Security and Permanent Deputy Chairman of the Governmental Steering Committee for Crime Prevention and Control (Steering Committee 138/CP) General To Lam chaired a ceremony to launch the Central Fund for Counter-Crime on the evening of June 24, 2022, in Hanoi.
Minister of Public Security General To Lam and delegates press buttons to launch the Counter-Crime Fund.
 
The event drew the participation of President of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Do Van Chien, Chairman of the National Assembly’s Defense and Security Committee Major General Le Tan Toi, Permanent Deputy Chairman of the Party Central Committee’s Mass Mobilization Pham Tat Thang as well as representatives of Central agencies, ministries, branches, localities, enterprises and people.
 
Minister To Lam presents certificates of merit from the MPS to people with outstanding achievements in the “All people protecting national security” movement as well as in preventing and combating crime.
 
Deputy Minister of Public Security Senior Lieutenant General Luong Tam Quang, Deputy Minister of Public Security Lieutenant General Nguyen Duy Ngoc, Deputy Minister of Public Security Major General Le Van Tuyen, Deputy Minister of Public Security Major General Nguyen Van Long and several high-ranking officers from the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) also attended the meeting.
 
Addressing the ceremony, Deputy Minister Nguyen Duy Ngoc underlined that crime prevention and control work has achieved positive results over the past years. Thanks to the joint effort of the political system, police forces and people, the rate of offences related to public order has continuously reduced over the past years, exceeding the objectives set by the National Assembly. In detail, the rate of offences related to public order reduced year on year by 7.39% in 2019, 8.4% in 2020, 11.33% in 2021, and 9.94% in the first 6 months of 2022.
 
General To Lam and Mr. Do Van Chien in a joint photo with representatives from donating corporations, banks and enterprises.
 
Senior Lieutenant General Luong Tam Quang and Mr. Pham Tat Thang in joint photo with benefactors.
 
 
Lieutenant General Nguyen Duy Ngoc and Mr. Do Van Chien in a joint photo with benefactors.
 
Major General Nguyen Van Long and Major General Le Tan Toi in a joint photo with benefactors.
 
In the fight against crime to protect a peaceful and happy life for people, a number of police officers have laid down their lives or been injured. Since 2019, 31 police officers have been killed, 750 officers have been injured and many others have been exposed to HIV while performing their duties.
 
To raise funds for crime prevention and control, the Prime Minister has signed a decision on the establishment of the Counter-Crime Fund, with the aim of providing supports for the police officers who lose their lives and suffer injuries in fighting crime as well as rewarding groups and individuals with outstanding achievements in the fight against crime.
 
Although the Counter-Crime Fund’s chartered capital is provided by the State Budget, it is defined as a non-State Budget one as it will later mobilize organizations, businesses and people at home and abroad to give donations for its operation. Since 2019, the fund has spent some VND 73 billion in rewarding more than 5,000 groups and individuals with outstanding achievements as well as supporting police officers killed or injured on duty. 
 
In response to the call from the 138/CP Steering Committee, as of June 24, nearly 2,000 organizations and benefactors donated more than VND 200 billion to the fund.
 
Deputy Chairman of the 138/CP Steering Committee Lieutenant General Nguyen Duy Ngoc delivers a report at the event.
 
At the event, Deputy Minister Nguyen Duy Ngoc on behalf of the fund, thanked organizations, businesses and people for their donation and support for the fund. He also promised that the staff of the fund will manage and use the funding in a public, transparent and effective manner in line with the laws.
 
He also called on all organizations, businesses and people at home and abroad to continue giving donations to the fund, contributing to efficiently fighting crime and building an orderly, rule-of-law and healthy society, a premise for successfully building and protecting the socialist Fatherland of Vietnam.
 

To give donation to the fund, organizations, businesses and people can:

- Transfer money to the following account at the State Treasury:
+ Account name: Văn phòng Bộ Công an/Office of the Ministry of Public Security (State Budget receiver unit code number 9052483).
+ Account number: 3761.0.9052483.91020.
+ At Kho bạc Nhà nước thành phố Hà Nội/ State Treasury branch Hanoi (bank code number 01701002).

- Send cash to Văn phòng Bộ Công an/Office of the Ministry of Public Security
+ Address: Số 44 Yết Kiêu, phường Cửa Nam, quận Hoàn Kiếm, TP. Hà Nội/ Vietnam, Hanoi, Hoan Kiem district, Cua Nam Ward, No 44 Yet Kieu street.
+ To get instructions on donating money to the fund, please call phone numbers 0983870788, 0975678767 or 0912508698.
+ To get further information about the fund and the fund-raising committee, please call phone numbers 069.2342356, 0989765688 or 0977815518, or contact vanphong138bca@gmail.com.

 
By Linh Chi
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