Ministry of Public Security Portal is under construction

MPS holds conference to review the building of district police force

October, 30 2019
MPS - The Ministry of Public Security (MPS) on October 30 held a scientific conference on building a strong and comprehensive district police force to meet the requirements of the task of ensuring security and order in the new situation.

The event aimed to review 10 years of the implementation of the MPS’s Directive No. 03.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh, Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Son, Deputy Minister Luong Tam Quang co-chaired the conference.

 

The meeting was co-chaired by Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Thanh, Deputy Minister of Public Security and Deputy Head of the Steering Committee, Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Son, and Deputy Minister of Public Security and Lieutenant General Luong Tam Quang, Deputy Minister of Public Security, and participated by members of the committee and representatives of relevant units, agencies attended the meeting.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh speaks at the event.

 

The Ministry of Public Security on April 10, 2009 issued Directive No. 03 on building the comprehensive district police force to meet the requirements of the task of ensuring public order and security in the new situation. The directive readjusts the functions, tasks and power of the district police force in accordance with the new laws regarding public order and security and operation of the district police. The Directive also requires district-level police units to develop subunits specializing in different fields, such as security work, police work, force building and logistics.

Delegates at the event.

 

At the conference, participants evaluated the results with a focus on discussions of shortcomings and solutions as well as lessons learnt in the implementation of the directive over 10 years. They also drew up working plans and approaches to further strengthen the district police force in the coming time, meeting the requirements of the task of ensuring public order and security in the new situation.

 

by Le Hoa
Search