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Striving to be a Leading Centre of Excellence in Police Training and Development in the International Arena April 20181

College Matters 2018 Issue No. 1


2018 Issue No. 1


QF Level 6

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Appointment and Re-appointment of Honorary College Advisors

On 2 February 2018, the Force Senior Management and the Police College Management met the Honorary College Advisors (Advisors) in an Appointment Ceremony. On this occasion, a total of three new Advisors were appointed and 9 serving Advisors were re-appointed for another two-year term. Among the new Advisors, Dr. FAN Tak-wing is an expert in Psychotherapy & Counselling; Dr. CHENG Tak-ming, Eric, is a retired Chief Superintendent of Police with expertise in Knowledge Management; whereas Mr. WONG Yu-wing, Symon, is a retired Magistrate / Deputy District Court Judge with expertise in legal field.The Police College now has 24 Advisors.

The International Executive Development in Policing Programme (IEDPP), jointly run by Hong Kong Police College and Canadian Police College, has been accredited as a Level 6 programme (the same level as Master Degree) under the Hong Kong Qualification Framework (QF).

The accreditation of the programme marked three records in the local history of qualifications accreditation, namely:

The Force becomes the first government department having acquired the accreditation for operating a training programme at QF Level 6;

IEDPP becomes the first accredited online learning programme; and

IEDPP becomes the first accredited programme run collaboratively by the local and overseas government departments.

CPs Luncheon

Commissioner LO Wai-chung expresses his gratitude towards the Honorary College Advisors for their significant contribution to the Force

The Force Senior Management meets with the Honorary College Advisors

New Milestone for Force Accreditation

Joint press conference by HKPC and HKCAAVQ to announce the accreditation of IEDPP

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To celebrate the 175th Anniversary of the Hong Kong Police Force in 2019, a series of events and activities are underway. In addition to the reputed Force Open Day and Force Charity Concert which had received positive feedback from both Force members and the public in the past, a number celebrative events are in the pipeline:-

(1) The Force Commemorative Stamp:

To project evolution of the Force over the past centuries and decades, a set of stamps with the theme of Our Police Force will be issued in 2019.

(2) The 175th Anniversary Book:

An Anniversary Book is being designed to formally record Forces achievements over the years and project positive and professional image of the Force. In addition to hard copy, electronic version will be produced with application of new technology for visual enjoyment.

Preparatory Work for

(3) Exhibition at the Old Central Police Station:

The venue Tai Kwun has a rich history dated back to 1862 with a great deal of police historical police features. To celebrate the 175th anniversary, the Force will hold an exhibition at this police architectural masterpiece, which is symbolic of its time and showcases the development in law and order.

Laundering) of Hong Kong Monetary Authority and Mr. TANG Ping-keung, Chris, Director of Operations were invited as guest speakers to share their valuable experiences and wisdom with teaching staff and students. Ms. Meena DATWANI elaborated on Emerging Trends of Global Financial Crime Prevention and Anti-money Laundering while Mr. TANG enlightened the students on the topic From Good Leader to Great Leader.

The course participants found the speeches highly inspiring, the enriched content also strengthened thei r profess ional competences in pol ic ing, leadership and management.

Professor Lawrence SHERMAN, Chair of Police Executive Programme, Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University, led a five-member delegation to Hong Kong for the teaching. The delegation comprised not only academic experts in Applied Criminology and Police Management like Dr. Heather STRANG and Professor Paul ROCK, but also former Commissioner Rank Officers from overseas. Dr. Peter NEYROUD had served as Chief Constable of Thames Valley in UK while Ms Jeanette KERR was the first female Assistant Police Commissioner in Northern Territory Police Force in Australia.

The delegation also paid a courtesy call on Deputy Commissioner (Management) CHIU Wai-yin, during which they exchanged views on various policing issues, especially on police training and education.

Besides the learning of up-to-date academic research on criminology and evidence-based policing, the course included two formal dinners as a Cambridge tradition in which Ms. Meena DATWANI, then Executive Director (Enforcement and Anti-Money

Cambridge Course Cohort 2017 - 3rd Teaching Block

175th Anniversaryof Hong Kong Police Force

Ms. CHIU Wai-yin, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Management) (5th from right) and the College Management welcome the scholars from the University of Cambridge

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Year Entry Award

May 2017 Video on Days and NightsQuestar Awards 2017

(Bronze Award)

October 2017 Video on Police MuseumGalaxy Awards

(Silver Award)

February 2018Video on Are you ready -

Hong Kong Police

Mercury Excellence Awards

2017 / 2018

(Honors Award)

DVIU and Detective Boulevard won two Gold Awards in2017 Brandon Hall Group Excellence in Technology Award Program

Police College Videos won International Awards

We are delighted and proud to to announce that, Detective Training Centre (DTC) of the Hong Kong Police College has won the 2018 Training Top 125 Award of the Training Magazine, the leading business publication for learning and development professionals.

The Hong Kong Police Force is the only police service in Asia winning the Training Top 125 Award and also the second Law Enforcement Agency (LEA) landing the award in the world since the establishment of the award 18 years ago.

Detective Training Centre won 2018 Training Top 125 Award

In December 2017, the application of technology in the Disaster Victim Identification (DVI), training program and application of 3D & virtual reality technology in the detective training system Detective Boulevard (DB), won two gold awards in 2017 Brandon Hall Group Excellence in Technology Award Program, in category of Best Advance in Unique Learning Technology.

The Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards Program is the most prestigious awards program which is often called the Academy Awards in US with 23 years history, aiming at recognizing the best global enterprises and governments from all around the world. The Force is the only police service winning the gold awards in this category since its establishment in 2012.

Hong Kong Police College has won three international awards in 2017.

Interested parties can access to the following links to see the videos:

1.Police Museum:- https://youtu.be/hX1qGMUpKRg

2.Are you ready Hong Kong Police:- https://youtu.be/5TPW_eEfTjs

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On 8 December 2017, Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency (HKQAA) presented the ISO 9001:2015 Certificate to Police Operational Learning Division (POLD).

Compared to the previous version (ISO 9001: 2008), ISO 9001:2015 places more emphasis on assessing both external and internal risks, exploring opportunities and managing organizational knowledge so as to enable the building up of a strategic framework to respond to the ever changing environment.

The upgrade of the Certificate marks a major milestone to the Division, and POLD will continue to strive for professionalism and quality training.

POLD awarded with the Upgraded ISO 9001:2015

Since the launch of Music Touch in 2016 till November 2017, Hong Kong Police Band (the Band) have visited 33 schools, making a breakthrough in the total number of audience, which exceeds 10,000 after a visit to St. Pauls Co-educational College in November 2017. In 2017, the Band visited 31 schools totally and their activities attracted 11,670 audiences.

Music Touch is a police community activity held to reach out to primary and secondary schools. By sharing music with students, we enhance communication and mutual trust between the youths and the Force.

Apart from these encouraging figures, the Band obtained a lot of positive responses regarding their performance. The music teacher of St. Pauls Co-educational College said, the whole performance was stunning and splendid! She hoped that the school wind band and the Police Band would have more chances to perform on the stage together in future.

Music Touch conducts at St.Paul Co-educational College

Students of Shanghai Alumni Primary School win the quiz on the Police Band History.