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Khanh Hoa police help needy people upgrate their family record books

May, 29 2019
MPS - The Nha Trang Municipal Police Sub-Department has recently sent its officers and soldiers to faraway and island areas to update or grant new family record books to local people. Their program has been highlighted as a good example in implementing Directive No. 05 of the Politburo and the Resolution of the 4th Meeting of the 12th Party Central Committee on Party building as well as the movement “Building on the police’s manners of bravery, humanity and devotedness to the people”.

Officers of the Police Office on State Management of Social Order under the Nha Trang Municipal Police Sub-Department visit Tri Nguyen island and grant household register books to local people.

 

Under the program, the Police Office on State Management of Social Order under the Nha Trang Municipal Police Sub-Department worked with the Police Post of Vinh Nguyen ward to grant permanent residence to people living on islands and in the area around Bich Dam lake, Vinh Nguyen ward. As most of the population in the ward goes fishing, women and elderly people of local families came to work with the working police mission, which made it more difficult for the police officers to instruct those women and old people to complete the procedures for permanent residence and family record books. When the family register books were issued, local police officers in charge of residence management came to each household and handed permanent residence register books to them.

Thanks to the program, 392 people in faraway communes got their permanent residence in 2018. As of May 2019, 163 additional cases of permanent residence have been solved by working missions of the Police Office on State Management of Social Order. Starting from 2012, the office send a working mission once in every three weeks to various communes, including Phuoc Dong, Vinh Phuong, Vinh Luong and Tri Nguyen island to assist policy beneficiary, elderly, disabled and needy people there in completing the procedures for permanent residency. The city’s police also send officers to local families facing extreme difficulties, lonely elderly, disabled and sick people to help them complete the documents. The program has promoted the image of the police force in the locality. 

 

 

By Minh An
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