Senior official calls on police to better serve people

08:40, June 13, 2011      

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A senior Chinese official has called the country's police to better serve the people when the Communist Party of China (CPC) is meeting the 90th founding anniversary.

Zhou Yongkang, member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, made the remark on Sunday evening in meeting with top 10 favorite police officers selected through a nationwide vote.

The Ministry of Public Security (MOPS) and the China Central Television have jointly conducted My Favorite Police Officer Competition in the past eight years.

This year's winners include 75-year-old detective Wu Guoqing, network security police officer Li Qing from Jiangsu Province, traffic police officer Wu Hao of Miao Nationality from Hunan Province, female SWAT team leader Pan Qin from Guizhou Province.

Zhou said that this year's competition attracted more than 150 million online voters which means more and more people are supporting the activity, and all winners should cherish the honor and better serve the people on their own posts.

The official called on police officers around the country to learn from the 10 favarite officers and other winners in the competition who have all made outstanding contribution to the security of the people and society.

Source: Xinhua
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