The 25th Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Tripartite CID Heads' Meeting (with photo)

     The 25th Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Tripartite Heads of Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Meeting was held in Shunde, Foshan, yesterday (May 28). Led by the Deputy Commissioner of Police (Operations), Mr Tang Ping-keung, representatives of the Hong Kong Police Force met with the delegations respectively headed by the Deputy Director – General, Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department (GD PSD), Mr Lin Weixiong, and the Commissioner-General of Macao Unitary Police Service (MUPS), Mr Ma Io-kun.

     At the meeting, the tripartite CID heads reviewed the cooperation during the past year and mapped out the way forward in the year ahead. They discussed issues including joint operations in fighting against cross-boundary crimes, intelligence exchange and CID training.
     The Hong Kong delegation comprised of the Acting Director of Crime and Security, Mr Yuen Yuk-kin, the five Bureau Heads of Crime Wing, Bureau Head of Crime Support and officers from Liaison Bureau. The Mainland delegates came from GD PSD, Shenzhen, Zhuhai and Foshan Municipal Public Security Bureaux, while the Macao members were from MUPS, Judiciary Police and Public Security Police. Also attended the meeting were representatives of the Ministry of Public Security.

     Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao police have worked in perfect harmony for years, resulting in the detection of many organised and serious crimes. It is evident that close co-operation and liaison among tripartite criminal investigation departments have contributed proactively to combating cross-boundary crime.

Ends/Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Issued at HKT 18:50