Recent heavy rains together with quick releases of huge volumes of water from hydropower reservoirs have badly damaged hundreds of schools in northern provinces and preventing teachers and students from going to school, and leaving negative impacts on people’s lives and production.
Leaders of the Mai Chau District Police Station, Hoa Binh Province on August 30 deployed over 100 police officers and soldiers to flooded and landslide areas, in collaboration with local forces, to help people move out of the dangerous areas.
The Women’s Organization of the Bac Lieu Provincial Police on August 27 presented 50 gifts to poor students with high academic records at Le Van Tam Primary School, ward 1, Bac Lieu city.
The Youths of Son La Traffic Police Office coordinated with relevant units to visit and encourage students in Muong Khoa commune, Bac Yen district, Son La province.
Heavy rains, due to the tropical low pressure, caused floods in various areas in several districts of Nghe An province. Although the natural disasters have gone, local police officers are still working hard to help locals overcome the consequences.
The youth of the Soc Trang Provincial Police on August 15 coordinated with the Youth Union Chapter of the Provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Forestry Division of Soc Trang to plant coastal protection forests in Lac Hoa commune, Vinh Chau town, Soc Trang.
The People’s Security Academy (PSA) on organized a meeting August 14 to review the “Public security youth’s summer voluntary campaigns”.
Nearly 600 young police officers and soldiers of the Dak Nong Provincial Police on August 14 joined a blood donation drive in response to the campaign "Pink Summer" 2018.
Many public security officers were mobilized to Chuong My district to help locals clean up mud and debris left by the recent prolonged flooding, contributing to soon stabilize people's lives.
The Youth Union Chapter of the Provincial Police of Phu Yen on August 10 coordinated with the General Hospital of Phu Yen to organize a blood donation campaign, drawing participation of many police officers and soldiers.
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.