Auxiliary Undergraduate Scheme


The Auxiliary Undergraduate Scheme (AUS) was launched in 2003 to recruit undergraduates of local universities and tertiary institutions to be Police Constables (Auxiliary). AUS members will be offered a 370-hour intensive training programme over the summer holidays (normally eight hours daily between Jun and Aug) or they may choose to join other training periods spread out throughout the year (normally two to three evenings and one weekend).

All full-time non-final year undergraduates of local higher education institutions.

  • To broaden horizon
  • To experience police work
  • To expand social network
  • To take up a challenge

Undergraduates who are interested in the programme may approach Police Recruitment Division for further information (Tel: 2860 2860 E-mail:


Auxiliary Undergraduate Scheme (AUS) is open for year-round application. For the full-time “Summer Basic Training Course” tailored for AUS applicants, its application will be closed on 31 December 2023. If you miss the application, you can also apply for Police Constable (Auxiliary). Each Police Constable (Auxiliary) is required to attend two to three evening training sessions per week.

For details, please refer to

Auxiliary Undergraduate Scheme (AUS) Application Method