"Project Legacy" celebrated its first milestone anniversary in December. As a secondary school engagement initiative, the project aims at strengthening the bonding between police alumni and their alma maters.
Over the past year, Kowloon West Regional Commander Cheuk Hau-yip served as the Head Ambassador cum Chief Ambassador of the project while 32 officers joined the project as Chief Ambassadors. They led their cadres of voluntary officers to proactively engage their respective alma maters in sports, music and art activities as well as school functions, with the support of the respective police districts. Officers also encouraged the students to participate in Force activities, including the Police Athletics Championship, Youth Hockey Tournament and Leadership Training Camp at JPC@Pat Heung.
The successful implementation of the project has enhanced the mutual understanding between the participating officers and the principals, teachers, parents, students and alumni of their alma maters. It has also facilitated community engagement work.
More schools and ambassadors will join the project in the coming year and more meaningful activities will be held for the alma maters, bringing "Project Legacy" to new heights.
Students team up with their respective police alumni to compete in the ''Project Legacy 4x100 M Invitation Relay'' of the Police Athletics Championship
Cheuk Hau-yip (fifth left) leads police alumni to join a career fair at their alma mater, Hoi Ping Chamber of Commerce Secondary School
Students of Cheung Chuk Shan College participate in a camp organised by their police alumni and JPC@Pat Heung
Chief Superintendent Tsang Yim-sheung (first left) leads police alumnae to give a talk on the prevention of youth crimes at their alma mater, St Mary's Canossian College
Under the arrangement of police alumni, students of TWGHs Wong Fut Nam College visit Marine Police Training School
Police alumni hold a friendly basketball match with students from their alma mater, St Joseph's College
Senior Superintendent Au Yeung Mun-yee and police alumnae attend a concert co-organised by the Police Band and their alma mater, Diocesan Girls' School
Cheuk Hau-yip (centre) attends St Catherine's School for Girls Golden Jubilee Walkathon with police alumnae of the school
Chief Superintendent Chow Yat-ming (centre) leads police alumni to join a friendly basketball match with teachers and students from their alma mater, St Paul's College
Senior Superintendent Cheung Hoi-yan (centre) leads police alumnae to attend the Teachers' Development Day at their alma mater, Holy Trinity College
Police alumni lead students from their alma mater, Wah Yan College, Kowloon, to visit Ma Liu Shui Marine Police Base
Senior Superintendent Kwok Mei-sum (fourth right) leads police alumni to attend the award presentation ceremony of their alma mater, Wa Ying College
Chief Superintendent Wong Chung-chun (front row, first left) leads police alumni to join a barbecue gathering at their alma mater, Ho Lap College