The Quang Ngai Police Women’s Union Chapter on April 28, held a ceremony to present two houses of compassion to two families in need in Pho Thuan commune, Duc Pho town, Quang Ngai province.
In response to the movement “All people support COVID-19 prevention and control”, the Police Women's Union Chapter 1 under the An Giang Provincial Police Department on April 27 offered gifts to children from the families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in Cho Moi district (An Giang Province).
Police officers of the Bat Xat District Police under the Lao Cai Provincial Police Department on April 27 handed over a gratitude house to a family living in a very difficult state in the locality.
At 3.30pm on April 24, a tornado occurred in Van Tay commune, An Minh district, Kien Giang province, causing heavy damage to 37 houses in the commune’s hamlets of Phat Dat and Cay Go.
Senior Colonel Le Xuan Minh, Deputy Director of the Department of Cybersecurity and Hi-tech Crime Prevention under the Ministry of Public Security, on April 22 led a delegation to hand 50 million VND to the Fatherland Front of Vietnam in support of organizations and individuals in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since April 21, the Youth Union Chapter of the Vinh Long Provincial Police Department has put into operation a “rice ATM’ in Vinh Long city to provide free rice for poor locals amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the context of severe blood shortages at local hospitals due to the COVID-19 pandemic, from April 17-21, thousands of public security officers and soldiers across the country voluntarily donated their blood.
The Phu Tan District Police Station under the An Giang Provincial Police Department on April 20 offered motorbikes to poor households in the locality.
In order to support labourers who had lost their jobs due to COVID-19 to overcome difficulties, the Public Security Department of Scientific, Strategic and Historical Studies on April 18 offered 100 gifts to people in Tuyet Nghia commune and Liep Tuyet commune, Quoc Oai district.
In response to General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong’s call for the “National Voluntary Blood Donation Day” and the letter from General To Lam, Minister of Public Security urging the People's Public Security Forces to actively participate in humanitarian blood donation, thousands of public security officers and soldiers across the country have recently voluntarily donated their blood.
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.