Junior Police Call Fight Crime Summer Camp (with photos)

     The Chief Secretary for Administration, Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-chung, and the Secretary for Security, Mr John Lee, accompanied by the Acting Commissioner of Police, Mr Lau Yip-shing, officiated at the Launching Ceremony of the Junior Police Call (JPC) Fight Crime Summer Camp at Wu Kwai Sha Youth Village today (August 15).

     With the theme of “Dream it. Live it”, the summer camp aimed to encourage JPC members to live their dreams. At the same time, the event also promoted fight crime messages among the participants.

     Speaking at the ceremony, Mr Lee said that the JPC Scheme has devoted its efforts to promoting anti-crime messages. It continued to introduce new initiatives to enhance the leadership and communication skills as well as team spirit of JPC members. Its activities have been well received, resulting in the continuous expansion of the JPC Scheme. 

     After the ceremony, the officiating guests toured around the camp, visiting JPC members participating in various activities, such as E-sports demonstration, Cajón workshop and DIY “bubble tea” workshop.

     In addition, a series of life planning activities were staged in the summer camp to facilitate JPC members to explore their future career development, including a talk about the E-sports industry and sharing sessions by elite athletes and an illustrator.  

     Organised by the Police, the annual summer camp aims to enhance JPC members’ awareness of crimes and promote positive values through various activities. Some 1,200 JPC members took part in this year’s summer camp held from August 15 to 17. 

Ends/Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Issued at HKT 19:34