Under the arrangement of the Hong Kong Police College, Superintendent Liauw Ka-kei and Chief Inspector Kong Sze-wan led a group of 25 officers to attend a study programme at Guangdong Police College from December 3 to 8.
The programme covered six topics, namely China's national situation, the Belt and Road Initiative, the Mainland's public security authorities, a comparison of the criminal justice system of the Mainland and Hong Kong, the investigation system of the Mainland as well as cross-boundary crime and policing collaboration between Guangdong and Hong Kong.
Meanwhile, the delegates visited local police stations to exchange experience with their counterparts and learn more about community policing. They called on the Command Centre of Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department to gain a better understanding of the application of big data and technology in daily policing. The delegates said the programme enabled them to get a better picture of the national situation, the legal and law enforcement systems as well as the challenges and development of policing in Mainland China.