PPA authorities work with survey expert delegation of KOICA and Korea National Police University
Overview of the meeting

On behalf of PPA authorities, Major General Dang Xuan Khang, Vice President, sincerely thanked and welcomed the idea of building the Korean Government’s project on promoting cyber crime prevention ability for countries in the region and hoped that Korean experts would support to speed up this project come into being in the future as soon as possible. During the meeting, Mr. Jang Yun Sik introduced to the PPA officers on two contents including cyber crime prevention activities of the Korean National Police Force and project on promoting cyber crime prevention ability for countries in the region.

 

Having a discussion about project on promoting cyber crime prevention ability for countries in the region, Mr. Jang Yun Sik advised that within the framework of technology cooperation between the Korean Government and countries in Asia area, KOICA expected to support some nations in upgrading ability on anti-cybercrime; and chose the Korean National Police University (KNPU) to implement this project. In accordance with a draft of KNPU’s plan, the project will assist for 4 countries namely Vietnam, Cambodia, Philippines and Indonesia in the period of 2013-2015 with expected budget of USD 650.000.

 

This project was expected to organize ability promotion training course for each concrete group including  managing group, implementing group and training group in Korea and the other related countries along with online training system. Additionally, this project will spend a budget in assisting equipments for training in the related countries. Under the plan, the KNPU will implement the project’s activities and KOICA will sponsor all fees for it.

 

Major General Dang Xuan Khang, Vice President of the PPA presented gift 

for representative of the Korean survey expert delegation

Moreover, General Dang Xuan Khang highly appreciated efforts of the KOICA and the KNPU in building the plan and confirmed that it is very meaning project to Viet Nam. In the current situation in Vietnam, high-tech crimes emerging quickly, the law enforcement agencies, especially police force for anti high-tech crimes have been trying their best to combat this kind of crime by conducted cases related to high-tech criminal investigations as well. Consequently, the PPA also established the Faculty of anti high-tech-crime police and trained the third course; however, it was necessary for the PPA to improve ability of lecturers and officers to deal with the new situation’s requirement and complex change of the kinds of crimes. Hence, the PPA expected this project to be approved and implemented as soon as possible. 

 

At this meeting, Mr. Yoon Hee Seog, the second secretary, police attaché, Korean Embassy in Vietnam pledged that the closed cooperation is very important for the two countries; for this reason, at his position, he is ready to support these cooperative activities, including the project on “Building E-library at the PPA” in the recent time.

 

At the end of the meeting, on behalf of the PPA authorities, General Dang Xuan Khang sincerely thanked the KOICA and the KNPU for their assistance for the PPA; and reiterated that the PPA would try its best to promote this project as well. 

Written by Cao Hoang Long

Translated by Huyen Trang

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