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Police College organised a Knowledge Management Ambassador (KMA) Induction Day at the Foundation Training Centre on April 19 for the KMAs appointed in December last year. The induction programme aimed at equipping them with a general understanding of the Force KM Strategy and its development.

In an opening address, the head of the college's Specialised Services Training Centre, Senior Superintendent (SSP) Eric Cheng, spoke of his perspectives on KM development. "The Force KM Strategy was reviewed earlier this year to chart the direction in the next three years to create, store, share and use people-based tacit knowledge for the long-term goal of developing the Force into a more advanced and knowledge-based enforcement agency," he noted.

The induction programme featured sharing by KM Champions and their representatives, including Acting Assistant Commissioner Edwina Lau, SSP Cheng, SSP Alice Lee and SP Stephen So, who updated the KMAs on the latest KM development in the areas of Storytelling, Peer Adviser Scheme, Good Practices and Lessons Learned respectively. 

At the same time, an Honorary College Adviser and the Associate Director of the Knowledge Management and Innovation Research Centre in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Prof Eric Tsui, gave a talk on the wide application of KM in the social media.  

The development of Force KM owes its success to the support by members of the Force.  After the Induction Day, the KMAs are poised to assist the KM Champions in implementing various KM initiatives at their workplaces during their two-year tenure.

Those interested in Force KM are welcome to contact Senior Knowledge Management Officer Leung Ying-kin at Research Centre on 2860-2399, email: [email protected].

The newly appointed KM Ambassadors are poised to help with the KM development in the Force
The newly appointed KM Ambassadors are poised to help with the KM development in the Force