People’s Police Academy urged to become key educational institution

Monday, 2018-05-14 19:24:04
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PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc presented the title of “Hero of the people’s armed forces during the anti-US resistance war for national salvation” to the PPA.
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NDO – The People’s Police Academy (PPA) should to become a key and national standardised educational institution, gearing towards a prestigious police training centre in the region and the world.

The statement was made by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc while attending a ceremony celebrating the 50th anniversary of the PPA on May 14.
Addressing the event, the PM highly appreciated outstanding achievements the academy has recorded over the past five decades.

He pointed out the complex development of national security and order, with the prevalence of criminal crimes, especially organised, international, high-tech and drug crimes, and those resisting on-duty officials, along with traffic safety, social disorder and fires which have sparked public concern.

Addressing the event, the PM highly appreciated outstanding achievements the academy has recorded over the past five decades.

Given this, the police forces must be consolidated to continue becoming a pillar and reliable support of the Party and the State in protecting political security and social order and safety, contributing to creating favourable conditions for socio-economic development, and ensuring peace and happiness for people, the PM said.

On this occasion, PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc presented the title of “Hero of the people’s armed forces during the anti-US resistance war for national salvation” to the academy.

On this occasion, the PPA also received the Labour Order, first class, of the Lao Party and State.

In his remarks, PPA Director Lieut. Gen. Nguyen Xuan Yem said as the only police training institution in Vietnam, the PPA now has more than 1,300 officials and nearly 19,000 students.

The academy has trained 150,000 officers for the police forces and served as a trust-worthy training address for criminal investigators.

In addition, the PPA has helped Laos and Cambodia train many officers and develop national centres training public security and police forces for the countries.