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Police Mentorship Programme

Police Mentorship Programme (PMP)

Police Mentorship ProgrPolice Mentorsamme (PMP) launched since 2004 is a network, which allows free interaction between selected police officers and elite undergraduate students of local universities.  The Programme operates on a one-and-half-year basis.   A Police Mentor will take care of not more than six Mentees and through the recommended activities, accomplishes the objectives of the Programme. In 2007, the Police Mentorship Programme introduces a new initiative, "Job Attachment", to allow selected mentees to participate in various projects of the Force during the summer under the supervision of a Senior Inspector. These projects include crowd control management, review of the Police College training and curriculum, IT and web design projects, and organizing activities for the Junior Police Call. 

 

Police Mentors are 

serving senior police officers who are graduates of one of the local universities, and are willing to spare his / her own time to facilitate the social and personal development of local undergraduate students, giving them an insight of the police career by participating in social / university / Force events.

 

Objectives of the Programme are to Police Mentorship Inauguration Ceremony

(a) facilitate social and personal development of the Mentees;
(b) broaden the perspective of the Mentees on the job of Police;
(c) promote better understanding of the Force; and
(d) inspire the Mentees to pursue a career as a Police Inspector with the Police Force upon graduation.
 

Programme Content:

Edwin Tsang

PMP mentee Edwin Tsang won Bronze
Award for Best Project 

The Programme will include formal gathering and visits to different departments/units of the Police, sharing with Police mentors and senior officials, informal gatherings, a Summer Camp, and a Job Attachment in the summer. For the Job Attachment, mentees are required to submit applications and undergo interviews if they are interested in working with the Police Force in the summer. Successful mentees will receive pay for their work and have the greatest opportunity to work with Force officers. At the end of the attachment, mentees are required to present their work and findings at the Closing ceremony of the Job Attachment programme. 

Students who are interested in joining PMP may contact Ms Sara Chow (Tel: 2616-7404), Mr Albert Suen (Tel: 2616-7407) or Mr Edwin Fok (Tel: 2616-7408) of SSC.

 


 

Police Mentorship Programme 2020-21 Application Deadline: 15 Feb 2020 (Sat)

PMP

PMP Recruitment

2020-21 Intake