A delegation of the An Giang Provincial Police Department on October 3 visited, inquired after and presented gifts to the monks, venerable monks and nuns at Khmer pagodas in An Giang province on the occasion of the SeneDolta Festival, a local Khmer ceremonial to worship their ancestors.
The police of Phu Tan district, Ca Mau coordinated with the police of Cai Doi Vam town to make a list of elderly, sick and poor people in the locality to come to their places and issue ID cards to them. The local police’s support for the disadvantaged people was seen as a response to the movement “Building on the People’s Police officers’ manners of bravery, humanity and devotedness to the people”.
In response to a campaign to protect the environment in 2018, the Environmental Police of Quang Ninh has organized many communication activities to raise awareness and responsibilities of organizations and individuals in observing the laws on environmental protection and food safety in tourist services and activities at Tuan Chau International Passenger Port.
The Personnel and Organization Office of the Bac Lieu Provincial Police visited and presented gifts to poor Khmer households in Vinh Trach commune, Bac Lieu city, on the occasion of the Dolta Festival of the Khmer people.
Young officers of the Ha Giang Provincial Police Department have just completed the pilot model “Stopover of compassionateness” at Km12 on the road from Ha Giang city to the karst plateau geopark districts of Ha Giang province.
A working team of the Tien Yen District Police Station (Quang Ninh Province) on September 24 went to remote villages and granted free ID cards to 121 residents of Dai Duc Commune.
In the build-up to the Full-Moon Festival, the Youth Union chapter of the Kon Tum Provincial Police and the Party and Political Work Office of the Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Municipal Police hosted a Full-Moon party for ethnic children in Dak Blo commune, Dak Glei district, Kon Tum.
In the build-up to the Full-Moon Festival, the Labor Union chapter of the People’s Police Academy (PPA) in collaboration with other organizations held the “Full-Moon Festival” program for child-patients at the National Hospital of Paediatrics.
In response to Mangkhut typhoon, police units of Northern provinces had deployed forces to key areas to ensure security and order and help local people harvest their crops.
Youths of the Mobile Police Regiment and the Office of Investigation Police under Hanoi Municipal Police Department coordinated with a team of teachers from kindergartens in Hoan Kiem and Hai Ba Trung districts and donors to organize a Mid-autumn festival for child-patients with cancers treated at Pediatric Ward of K Hospital (Thanh Tri District, Hanoi).
The Vietnam People’s Public Security Organization (PPS) was founded by the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and beloved President Ho Chi Minh in the August Revolution (the General Uprising in August 1945). Since its inception, the PPS has always received direct leadership, continuous trainingandcare from the CPV and Uncle Ho, as well as great support from the people to become a key force in the cause of protecting national security and maintaining social safety and order.
The Prime Minister issued Decision No.04 on Jan 22, 2019 on the establishment, management and use of the Crime Prevention Fund. Accordingly, from March 10, 2019, the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) is responsible for managing the Central Crime Prevention Fund in line with the laws.
Senior Lieutenant General Bui Van Nam, Deputy Minister of Public Security, Head of the ASEAN 2020 Security Sub-Committee, on February 24, led a delegation to work with the Quang Nam provincial Police Department on measures to ensure the security of the 36th ASEAN Summit.