A majority of the residents of the remote district of Lam Ha (Lam Dong Province) are of ethnic minorities or immigrants from other places. This has made the local security situation more complicated. To grasp the situation, local police officers often come to villages to eat, to live and to work together with local residents.
Ms. Ka Chuong, residing at Tan Lap Hamlet, Dan Phuong Commune, Lam Ha District said that the presence of district police officers has helped not only ensure local security and order and prevent offences, but also raise local people’s awareness of security and improve local people’s production and lives.
According to Lieutenant Colonel Tran Van Tra, Deputy Head of the Lam Ha District Police, in recent years, many criminal cases, including theft, robbery, illegal gambling and even murder occurred in the locality.
In this circumstance, the Lam Ha District Police Division has launched a peak campaign to attack crimes before, during and after the Tet holiday. Leaders of the Lam Ha Police Force has drafted out a detailed plan and assigned each team of police officers with specific tasks, in order to prevent and fight crimes and social evils, protecting a peaceful Tet holiday for local people.
According to the Di Linh District Police Division, "black credit" is a form of self-negotiated civil loan contracts with extremely high interests. The local investigation agency faces many difficulties to handle this kind of crime. Beside, "black credit" loans usually involve criminal gangs participating in usury or illegal debt collections.
Captured criminal gangs involved in "black credit" activities and high interest loans causing bad consequences to the society, the Di Linh District Police Force (Lam Dong Province) also launched an intensive campaign to prevent and fight "black credit" activities.
In order to ensure absolute safety for people and visitors during the Lunar New Year festival 2019, the Da Lat Municipal Police Sub-Department (Lam Dong Province) also launched a campaign to attack crimes, especially social order crime, drug-related crime, and smuggling and counterfeit goods.
The Lam Dong Provincial Police Department affirmed that, with the determination to ensure a safe and happy Tet holiday for people, all of its police subunit have launched intensive campaigns to suppress crimes, which focus on stamping out criminal gangs, "black-credit" crime, theft, robbery, illegal storage and trade of firecrackers.
Despite many difficulties and hardships, the Lam Dong Police Force has been silently sacrificed their joy and private life to well implement the task of protecting a peaceful Tet for people.