Deputy Minister Le Van Tuyen visits Thai Binh Provincial Police Department
PSNews - Deputy Minister of Public Security Major General Le Van Tuyen on May 16 paid a visit to the Thai Binh Provincial Police Department.
According to a report delivered by a representative of the Thai Binh Provincial Police Department, the province’s police forces have successfully carried out an intensive campaign to suppress crimes, conducted patrols and maintained security, social order for the Lunar New Year of the Tiger as well as rolled out plans to reduce social order crimes by 5%.
During the time, the local police cleared 87% of the criminal cases in the province, including all serious cases, while eliminating various criminal rings and large-scaled groups related to gambling and online scams.
Regarding financial, logistical, and technical work, the provincial police actively advised leaders of Thai Binh to allocate local budget to buy and provide sufficient facilities for the communal police.
Additionally, health units of the Thai Binh Provincial Police Department have taken good care of police officers’ health while effectively implementing measures to control the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speaking at the meeting, on behalf of the leadership of the Ministry of Public Security, Deputy Minister Le Van Tuyen praised the achievements made by the Thai Binh Provincial Police Department over the past time.
The Deputy Minister stressed the need to quickly construct workplaces and barracks for the communal police in Thai Binh on the land allocated to the provincial police, thus ensuring good living conditions for communal police officers.
* On the afternoon of the same day, Deputy Minister Le Van Tuyen attended the ceremony to announce the establishment of the Division for Cybersecurity and High-Tech Crimes under the Thai Binh Provincial Police Department.