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The Auxiliary Undergraduate Scheme is open for application all year round

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06-07-2022

The Auxiliary Undergraduate Scheme is open for application all year round

The ‘Auxiliary Undergraduate Scheme (AUS)’ was launched in 2003 and tailor-made for undergraduates (full-time non-final year) of local higher education institutions.  AUS applications are accepted all year round. Having received training, the undergraduates can join the Hong Kong Auxiliary Police Force to serve the community.

To facilitate applications, the ‘Auxiliary Recruitment Express’ will be held from time to time. Candidates will undergo the initial screening, group interview and physical fitness test in just ONE day.



Training and Remuneration
All trainees who have enrolled under the ‘Auxiliary Undergraduate Scheme’ will receive full-time paid training during summer vacation between June and August.  The initial pay rate of new Auxiliary recruits is $104 per hour, with increments according to years of service and rank (remuneration is pegged with that of regular police).  Trainees will receive $38,000 upon completion of training and be deployed to different police districts.


Training programmes include: firearms training; resistance control training; laws and police procedure training; Chinese foot drill training; and physical fitness training..

 

Firearms training

Resistance control training

Laws and police procedure training

Chinese footdrill training

Physical fitness training

 

Job Duties
Duties of the Auxiliary Police are full of diversified and challenging elements, including beat patrol, crowd management operation, auxiliary communications cadre, bicycle patrol, rural area patrol, license check, roadblock duties, report room, railway patrol and traffic team duties, etc.

Welfare
All auxiliary members (except those under basic training) are welcome to apply for a membership and to join the Police Sports and Recreation Club at No. 430 Boundary Street, Mongkok, Kowloon.  Auxiliary members are also welcome to join some 30 police sports and arts clubs organised by the Hong Kong Police Force, such as Sub-Aqua Club, Sailing Club, Adventure Club, Shooting Club, Painting and Calligraphy Club, Philatelic Club, Police Force Choir, etc.

Application Methods
You may download the Application Form for Auxiliary Police. Complete the application form and send it to Police Recruitment Division, 37/F, Arsenal House, Police Headquarters, 1 Arsenal Street, Wanchai, Hong Kong; or email it to ca-aux-rec@police.gov.hk; or fax it to 2200 4337. Police Recruitment Division will inform applicants of the selection process through e-mails.  If you have any questions about applications, please contact the Police Recruitment Division via the Police Recruitment Hotline at 2860 2860. For more details, please visit the website of the Hong Kong Auxiliary Police.

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