PSNews - Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Son, Deputy Minister of Public Security, on September 24 led a delegation to work with the Provincial Police Department of Ha Tinh.
Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Son speaks at the event.
The delegation was hosted by Mr. Le Dinh Son, Member of the Party Central Committee, Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the People’s Council of Ha Tinh; Mr. Tran Tien Hung, Chairman of the Provincial People’s Committee; and Senior Colonel Vo Trong Hai, Director of the Ha Tinh Provincial Police Department.
According to Senior Colonel Nguyen Tien Nam, Vice Director of the Ha Tinh Provincial Police Department, the provincial police force has opened various campaigns to suppress crimes, particularly criminal activities, economic crime, drug-related crime, gambling, “black credit” and illegal exploitation of natural resources since the beginning of the year.
The provincial police investigated 230 economic cases and arrested 251 people involved, 435 environmental and food hygiene cases and arrested 503 people involved. They also coordinated with the Investigation Police Department on Drug-related Crimes (under the Ministry of Public Security) and relevant agencies in investigating 87 cases of drug trafficking, arrested 125 people involved and seized nearly one ton of crystalline drug, 81,000 pills of synthetic drugs, 2 guns, 3 cars and various other exhibits. The police force of Ha Tinh also investigated 290 criminal cases, cracked down on 21 criminal gangs, prosecuted 17 cases and 51 suspects related to “black credit” activities.
Speaking at the meeting, Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Son asked the provincial police to continue grasping the situations and advise the MPS, the local Party committees and authorities at all levels solutions to issues related to public order and security.
He also asked the provincial police to deploy forces and means to fight crimes, particularly economic crime and drug-related crime, while paying more attention to Party and force building and accelerating the deployment of professional police officers to communal police posts.By Duy Tien