Name: Mr FUNG Yun-wo Post: Inspector of Police Eduction： Master Degree in International Security in UK (2010) Year of Police Service： 3 years Previous Work Experience： Banking management trainee
When I was a secondary student, the 6th WTO Ministerial Conference was held in Hong Kong. Whilst policing the Conference, the Hong Kong Police had to handle multiple public order events, including protests by radical Korean farmers to ensure public safety and public order. Since then, I strongly appreciated the great contribution the Hong Kong Police had made to safeguard the city and wanted to be a part of it. After I have obtained my Master Degree in the United Kingdom, I immediately applied for the post of Probationary Inspector, however, I failed twice in the written examination and the extended interview respectively due to lack of preparation. With full determination and good preparation, I was eventually selected as Probationary Inspector in 2015, and awarded the Baton of Honour – the Best All-round Inspector subsequent to the foundation training at Police College. In the past three years, I have gained a great deal of job satisfaction by serving the community as a police officer, particularly when I have been sparing no effort in unveiling the truth of every case during investigation. I deem serving in the Force as my lifelong career.
Name: Mr CHOY Kwan-ho Post: Police Constable Eduction： HKDSE (2016) Year of Police Service： 1 year Previous Work Experience： Nil
I joined the Force as a police constable upon graduation from secondary school because it has been my dream job when I was little. I am delighted to learn that the 27-week Recruit Police Constable training programme was accredited by the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications in 2014. Upon completion of the training programme, the Recruit Police Constables will be awarded with professional certificates at QF Level 4 (at the same level of an Associate Degree or a Higher Diploma in the academic sector). It is also articulated with degree programmes of some tertiary institutions with credit exemption. Therefore, I can better equip myself for career development by attaining continuous studies at my leisure time whilst dedicating myself to my job. My family also fully supports my decision of being a police officer. When I was under training at Police College, a course instructor told me that “we are most helpful in the eyes of most Hong Kong people.” It keeps reminding me to help those in need in a professional manner. I wish my experience would inspire more youths to join us and serve the community together.
Name: Mr Stewart Alexander Parin Post: Police Constable Eduction： Bachelor Degree in Sociology (2015) Year of Police Service： 1 year Previous Work Experience： Football player, Auxiliary Police
Before joining the Force, I was a professional football player and an Auxiliary Police. Between 2013 and 2015, I played in the First Division and the Premier League in Hong Kong, as well as the Hong Kong Representative Football Team for the Olympic Games. In 2016, I was nominated to join overseas training at football teams in Chengdu, UK and Spain, and I was offered a contract. After I underwent trainings for a number of weeks, I was even offered a professional player contract by those teams. However, I opted for joining the Force as a regular police officer. It was because I was totally impressed by the police officers’ senses of purpose and righteousness during my 4-year service as an auxiliary police officer. As a result, I strongly believed that it was the most ideal career for me. My non-ethnic Chinese fellows, as an employer advocates equal opportunities, the Force welcomes any earnest persons meeting the entry requirements, including language proficiency; fitness standards; and sharing the Force’s values etc, to serve the community by joining the Force. I will be fully committed to my duties and contribute myself to the society, as well as encourage more potential non-ethnic Chinese to join us and serve the community!