Update news police
VietNamNet Bridge – Police in 45 precincts in Da Nang City have used bicycles for their daily patrol following a programme that debuted in 2012,
VietNamNet Bridge - Nearly 1am on March 23, the Police of Tien Giang Province set up barricades on Highway 1A to stop hundreds of young people who joined an illegal race.
The police force currently has only onetop -ranking general who is the Minister of the Public Security. The Ministry of Public Security proposes to have the second top-ranking general, who is the Deputy Minister.
Dozens of police officers of Son Tay district in the central province of Quang Ngai were mobilized to escort people home after they received cash compensation from the Dakdrinh hydropower project, to protect from being mobbed by merchants.
VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Public Security cooperated with the police of Bac Ninh and Quang Ninh provinces to seize two batches of rosewood estimated at tens of billions VND (millions of USD) which were on the way to China.
VietNamNet Bridge - To avoid unwanted incidents, the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) has scheduled to invite a police officer to follow the national football squads to Myanmar during the 27th Southeast Asian Games later this month.
Police in the central province of Khanh Hoa has arrested three foreigners for using counterfeit ATM cards to withdraw money from banks’ ATMs.
VietNamNet Bridge - When two Russian criminals were arrested, they offered bribes of VND1 billion or $50,000 for Vietnamese police to be released to Laos.
VietNamNet Bridge - On July 16, the police station at Noi Bai International Airport, Hanoi, seized a taxi driver who overcharged Japanese passengers.
VietNamNet Bridge - Two men riding a motorbike on the street suddenly heard the gunshot. The one sitting behind received a rubber bullet to his left eye. Shortly after that, the driver had a shot in his shoulder.
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc asked the authorities of HCM City, Hai Phong and Nam Dinh to seriously consider the responsibility for lax management of prostitution of the leaders and chief police officers of three districts.
VietNamNet Bridge - On June 4, the Supreme People’s Procuracy approved emergency warrants for the arrest of eight suspects in the network that traded stolen data of credit cards worth 200 million pounds.