PSNews - Major General Nguyen Duy Ngoc, Deputy Minister of Public Security, leading a delegation of the Ministry of Public Security on May 9 visited and worked with the Ho Chi Minh City Police Department.
|Deputy Minister Nguyen Duy Ngoc speaks at the event.
Reports at the meeting read that, the Ho Chi Minh City’s police has re-arranged the chains of command of the police forces in wards, communes and townships while posting professional police officers to all 58 communes, contributing to ensuring the political security, social order and safety from the grassroots level.
The Ho Chi Minh City’s police have collected information about the local population and residents, opened training courses for those in charge of the building of the National Database on Population Project.
Additionally, the city’s police have launched an intensive campaign to mobilize all people to surrender illegally stored weapons, explosives, and combat gears to the authorities, as well as to report cases of illegal storage and use of weapons to the police. Over the past time, the local police have seized nine military weapons, 90 homemade guns, three airguns, 913 rudimentary weapons, 12 combat gears and 541 bullets.
Speaking at the meeting, Deputy Minister Nguyen Duy Ngoc spoke highly of the achievements obtained by the Ho Chi Minh City’s police over the past years.
The Deputy Minister requested the Ho Chi Minh City’s police to draw up and take prompt measures to address problems related to security and social order in the locality. All local police officers should heighten their sense of responsibility for their assigned tasks, the Deputy Minister requested.By Minh Thien