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Service-oriented policing workshop held in Myintkyina

Deputy Police Chief Police Brig-Gen Thein Oo discussing at the service oriented policing workshop in Myitkyina. Photo: MPF
Deputy Police Chief Police Brig-Gen Thein Oo discussing at the service oriented policing workshop in Myitkyina. Photo: MPF

A WORKSHOP on service-oriented policing organised by Police Force of Kachin State took place in Myitkyina, with the opening speech given by Kachin State Chief Minister Dr Khet Aung on Friday, 13 May.
In his speech, Dr Khet Aung said police provide a public service and provide security for the people, and police force, in carrying out their duties, will need the cooperation of public in line with rules and regulations. To effectively carry out the new government’s 100-day plan for public security, rule of law and crime suppression, police need harmonious participation of people and governmental personnel.
Deputy Police Chief Brig-Gen Thein Oo listed the aims of police procedures: understanding theories of service-oriented policing methods and practices; effectively and successfully carrying out tasks in practice; possessing the appropriate characteristics of police; carrying out basic policies of police procedures; measuring the development of police procedures; and offering transparency to the public.
Commander of the Kachin State Police Force Police Col Maung Soe explained public security, the rule of law and crime reduction strategies, and he responded to queries raised by attendees at the workshop. A total of 250 departmental personnel attended the event.—Ye Zarni

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