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Criminal Sciences Institute rolls out new working plans

January, 10 2019
MPS - The Institute of Criminal Sciences of the Ministry of Public Security held a conference on January 10 to review its task performance in 2018 and roll out new working plans for 2019. Senior Lieutenant General Le Quy Vuong, Member of the Party Central Committee, Deputy Minister of Public Security attended the event and delivered a keynote speech.

Deputy Minister Le Quy Vuong presents an Excellent Emulation Flag awarded by the MPS to the Office of Digital and Electronic Inspection, under the Institute.

Reports at the conference showed various outstanding activities of the Institute in 2018. Particularly, the Institute established a specialized team with a view to building an army of leading experts in field examination. The examination has an increasingly important role in the investigation and adjudication of cases. During the year, technical equipment used for crime prevention and control was widely deployed at the provincial level. The training and retraining of criminal techniques and forensics for specialists achieved good results. The Institute was awarded an Excellent Emulation Flag by the Ministry of Public Security for its outstanding achievements in 2018.

Deputy Minister Le Quy Vuong  speaks at the conference.

Speaking at the conference, Deputy Minister Le Quy Vuong asked the Institute to well perform its role in advising the higher authorities to perfect the legal framework and policies related to the criminal science.

Deputy Minister Le Quy Vuong and other delegates.

Deputy Minister Le Quy Vuong also required the Department to improve the technical skills and knowledge for police officers working with criminal techniques at the provincial and district levels.

By Minh An