The Youth Union of the Ho Chi Minh City Municipal Police, in coordination with other local Youth Union chapters, recently deployed its forces to 24 districts to remove ads illegally stuck on walls and panels hung in streets regarding black credit. The Youth Union also collected the phone numbers, addresses and information on ads as well as took photos and video clips featuring activities of delivering leaflets and sticking ads and handed the pictures and video-clips as pieces of evidence of black-credit to district police stations and the Criminal Police Division under the Ho Chi Minh Municipal Police Department.
The young policemen also coordinated with local press agencies to disseminate the information about black credit crime, its serious consequences to families and society as a whole, and some serious cases handled by the Ho Chi Minh Municipal Police in recent years.
In response to the "Green Sunday" Campaign, the young policemen of the Ho Chi Minh Municipal Police also promoted social and voluntary activities, particularly installing 27 public trash bins, conducting 3 programs on promoting the civilized lifestyle and urban beauty with the participation of 920 people. The Youth Union chapter also organized many training courses on fire prevention, fighting and rescue for local people and providing local people with information about crimes and skills in protecting themselves from crimes.
The Youth Union of the Ho Chi Minh Municipal Police also organized many other meaningful activities such as a "Safe Driving" contest to improve safe driving skills for young police officers, the contest on fire prevention, fighting and rescue for young police officers. The youth organization also trained skills in drowning prevention for local civil defense and militia forces as well as issued ID cards to 8 young disabled people at their homes.