CP announces launching of
July 8, 2010 was a special
day for the Force, not only being the final and presentation ceremony
of the Service Quality Award Scheme 2010, but also the presentation
ceremony of the Living-the-Values Wave VII Video Production Award.
of the champion team introduce
their project - "Nepalese Task Force"
Promotion video of LTV Video Production Award winners
first occasion on which the Force had jointly organised two large-scale
events, the two presentations were much more meaningful. As Yau Tsim
District won the championship of the Service Quality Award 2010 with
their project - "Nepalese Task Force", Commissioner Tang King-shing
announced the formal launching of the Living-the-Values Wave VII
In his opening address, Mr Tang said the Force first launched the Service Quality Award Scheme in 2003 to promote a culture of quality service and a citizen-centric approach in police service and to recognise the efforts and achievements of Formations in the pursuit of service excellence, in addition to motivating all Formations and staff to pursue continuous improvement in the delivery of public service. He stressed that the very high standard of all the 17 entries fully demonstrated Force members' commitment to service quality and continuous improvement.
Mr Tang also offered his special congratulations to the Champion team of the Living-the-Values Wave VII Video-clip competition. "I am so delighted to announce that the champion video has just captured an international award - Gold Award of the Questar Awards under the category of Corporate Internal Communications. I feel proud of the eight Video Award teams for their efforts and achievements in promoting Force Values," he noted.
"In this large-scale event, I would like to announce the formal launching of the Living-the-Values Wave VII Workshops," said Mr Tang on stage, marking a new milestone of Wave VII workshops, which carry the theme of "Professionalism in the Changing World".
Award Scheme 2010 results
A total of 17 entries were received for the Service Quality Award Scheme 2010, eight of which were short-listed for the Stage One Presentation. Of the short-listed entries, three teams were selected to compete in the final adjudication during which each team made a presentation on stage before adjudication panel members who used an electronic device to cast their votes to pick the champion.
The results of the final adjudication by the 100-member Adjudication Panel comprising the Commissioner, Senior Directorate Group Officers, members of the Force Committee on Service Quality and Major Formation representatives, were as follows:
Champion: "Nepalese Task Force" by Yau Tsim District.
1st Runner-up: "Pilot Scheme for CC III Indoor Coverage Scheme at Telford Plaza Phases 1 & 2" by Communications Branch.
2nd Runner-up: "Police Clinic of Kwai Chung COMPAX" by Kwai Chung Division.
Yau Tsim District set up a Nepalese Task Force in March 2008 for engaging the Nepalese community by establishing a strategic partnership with schools, government agencies and Non-government Organisations. This project aims to enhance police service and improve the crime situation in Yau Tsim District.
The project leader, Superintendent Lam Chun-ming, Divisional Commander of Yaumatei Division, said the emphasis of the project was "Nepalese helping Nepalese", which made the project "so unusual". "Our motto is - DO IT WITH HEART!"
The Champion, 1st runner-up and 2nd runner-up teams were awarded certificates and trophies, in addition to gift coupons in the amount of $5,000, $4,000 and $3,000 respectively. All team members will have their achievements in the Service Quality Award Scheme 2010 recorded in the Personnel Information Communal System.
To promote service quality and best practices across the Force, Service Quality Wing has uploaded all 17 projects onto its website, which can be easily accessed via POINT.
Living-the-Values Video Competition
A video-clip competition was held earlier this year in support of the theme of Wave VII, "Professionalism in the Changing World". The competition attracted over 200 frontline officers' active participation, resulting in promotion of staff involvement and effective bottom-up discussion, underscoring their continuous efforts to live up to Force Values.
The Video-clip Competition successfully concluded in February this year with the New Territories North Quick Reaction Force clinching the championship. The eight winning teams were presented with certificates by Director of Management Services Tang How-kong in the ceremony.
Materials of Wave VII, including a publicity trailer, have been uploaded onto POINT. Force members may click into a new hexagon 'LTV Wave VII' via POINT for easy access to the materials.
Presentation of Communications Branch¡¦s entry at the final of the Service Quality Award Scheme
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