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POLICE University Recruitment Express (PURE) is in local universities now!

The Hong Kong Police Force is conducting campus recruitment in local universities.To provide greater convenience for university students to embark on a policing career upon graduation, the Recruitment Division is co-organising the "Police University Recruitment Express (PURE)" with eleven local institutes from September 21 to October 26. Students can enjoy the convenience of applying on-spot for the positions of Police Constable, Probationary Inspector and Auxiliary Police Constable (via the Auxiliary Undergraduate Scheme, AUS). Non-graduate year students are also welcome to apply for the Police Mentorship Programme (PMP) or the Auxiliary Undergraduate Scheme. Officers from the Recruitment Division, and serving officers who are the respective university’s alumni will be there to answer queries on police work.Please refer to the website of "Police University Recruitment Express" and institutes' internal circulations for application and event details.The schedule is as follows: Lingnan University - September 21 (Wednesday)Hong Kong Metropolitan University - September 27 (Tuesday)The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong - October 6 (Thursday)City University of Hong Kong - October 10 (Monday)The Education University of Hong Kong - October 11 (Tuesday)The Chinese University of Hong Kong - October 14 (Friday)The Hong Kong Polytechnic University - October 15 (Saturday)Hong Kong Baptist University - October 18 & 19 (Tuesday & Wednesday) - The University of Hong Kong - October 21 (Friday)The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology - October 22 (Saturday)Hong Kong Shue Yan University - October 26 (Wednesday) PURE Highlights Recruitment talk: recruitment process for Probationary Inspector, Police Constable and Auxiliary Police Constable. The universities’ alumni who are serving as Police officers and mentors of the Police Mentorship Programme are invited to share their policing stories. Training tips for the physical fitness test, including vertical jump, handgrip strength test, 4x10m shuttle-run and 800m run, will also be shared. Students can submit their applications for Probationary Inspector, Police Constable and Auxiliary Police Constable on the spot, and undergo the initial screening test (eyesight test, height and weight measurement). Students can also attend the Probationary Inspector Written Test (Chinese and English Task Papers), Police Constable Group Interview and Auxiliary Selection Interview on their campus. Only successful attempts will be counted for PURE applicants, and students who have yet to obtain a pass can undergo the corresponding selection processes again shortly. Other Recruitment Programme Students can also apply for the Police Mentorship Programme and Auxiliary Undergraduate Scheme on the spot.

Immigration Officer/Immigration Assistant

Duties of Immigration OfficerAn Immigration Officer is mainly deployed on general, executive and supervisory duties in connection with the enforcement of the immigration, registration of persons, births, deaths and marriage laws of Hong Kong, which include but not limited to the detection of forged documents. Duties of Immigration AssistantAn Immigration Assistant is mainly deployed on general search, guard, escort, patrol, reception, driving and operational duties in connection with the enforcement of the immigration, registration of persons, births, deaths and marriage laws of Hong Kong, which include but not limited to the detection of forged documents. *Applications are invited for the post of Immigration Assistant. This post is open for applications throughout the year until further notice.For more information on job duties, career path, etc. of the Immigration Officer/Immigration Assistant, please watch the video. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

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 RemunerationAll 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 DutiesDuties 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. WelfareAll 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 MethodsYou 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.

[Series “More Than A Job”] Engineer-turned-Senior Inspector Cris Wong

No matter how omnipotent robots may get one day, they can never embody the passion one may have to serve Hong Kong. That is why former engineer Cris Wong chose to leave the laboratory to become a police officer at Hong Kong Police Force.

The story of the officers of the Correctional Services Department in Hei Ling Chau

This story is only available in Chinese.  (Information source: YouTube video of the Correctional Services Department) For more information, please visit the YouTube Channel of the Correctional Services Department.

[Series “More Than A Job”] Reporter-turned-Inspector Stephanie Ang

Reporters report and reveal truth stoically and impartially. Former journalist Stephanie Ang, deeply moved and inspired by the happenings she witnessed on the frontline, determined to join the Hong Kong Police Force to go from making issues known to having them solved, serving Hong Kong as a police officer.

[Series “More Than A Job”] Nurse-turned-Senior Inspector Edwin Tsai

Formerly a registered nurse at a public hospital, Edwin Tsai used to save lives with his medical know-how. He decided to join the Hong Kong Police Force. Now, as a senior inspector, he devoted himself to helping and saving members of the public in even more diverse ways.

Recognition of work in Correctional Services Department

This story is only available in Chinese.  (Information source: YouTube video of the Correctional Services Department) For more information, please visit the YouTube Channel of the Correctional Services Department.

A Brief Introduction of the Fire and Ambulance Services Academy

Time changes and firefighting and rescue operations are facing ever-greater challenges.  To keep pace with the changes, the Fire Services Department (FSD) is determined to sharpen its professional edge with vigour.  Under the FSD, the Fire and Ambulance Services Academy, or the FASA, is responsible for providing professional and diversified training to new recruits and serving members of the three streams of FSD’s service – fire, ambulance and mobilising & communications.  The training is oriented towards broadening trainees’ skill-sets and intensifying their responsiveness to contingencies, the purpose of which is to empower them to deliver quality and professional services to the public to the best of their ability. For more details of the Fire and Ambulance Services Academy, please click here to visit the website of Fire Services Department.

[Best Buddies on Patrol] Customs Dog Handler Edwin and his partner Vassos

(The photo is provided by Hong Kong International Airport) In the crowded Baggage Reclaim Hall at Hong Kong International Airport, Customs Dog Handler Edwin and his partner, drug detector dog Vassos, methodically patrol spaces around the baggage carousels. Dressed in uniform and striding with confidence, the pair stands out from the crowd. Edwin and Vassos are part of the Hong Kong International Airport Customs Drug Detector Dog unit tasked with sniffing out drug-related activities at the airport...(The video is in Cantonese) For more details, please visit the website of Hong Kong International Airport.

[Serve the society regardless of race] Fireman Minhas Mohammad Osama

It is Minhas Mohammad Osama’s dream to be a fireman! This day he finally completed his training! Everyone, regardless of race, can unleash their potentials at work and make contribution to Hong Kong! (The video is broadcasted in Cantonese)

Air Crewman Officer

Air Crewman Officer of Government Flying Service, Wittman,"I would like to help the others.  For sure, one can help people in many other jobs as well, but the Air Crewman Officer is the only job that combines rescue and flying in Hong Kong." Air Crewman Officer of Government Flying Service, Jove, "We are the only rescue team that can provide support from the air when the people seeking help are in critical conditions, or when the situation or weather worsens to a state that requires immediate retreat - this is exactly where our value lies." Please watch the video for more information about job duties, career path etc. of Air Crewman Officer of Government Flying Service. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

The Customs and Excise Department: Road to Training Professionalism

The Customs and Excise Department obtained an accreditation approval from the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications in December 2018 to include its induction programmes for Inspectors and Customs Officers in the Qualifications Register, marking a new era for the department's manpower training. For more details about training in Customs and Excise Department, please visit the Department's website. (The video is broadcasted in Cantonese)

Promotional video of Assistant Officer II of CSD《旅程》

Assistant Officer II (Applications are accepted all year round) Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Promotional video of Assistant Officer II of CSD《尋覓》

Assistant Officer II (Applications are accepted all year round)  Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Assistant Officer I

Having served the Correctional Services Department in different positions during his 30 years of service, Assistant Officer I Mr Cheuk Man-chung is committed to helping persons in custody and rehabilitated offenders turn over a new leaf and become law-abiding citizens. Mr Cheuk said, "We are law enforcement officers as well as rehabilitation facilitators. When I see rehabilitated offenders break free from the cycle of recidivism and re-imprisonment, and develop positive interaction with their families and the people around them, I feel happy for them and proud of my job." Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Aircraft Technician(2)

While there are more female pilots in the aviation industry in recent decades, those working in aviation mechanics and technical operations are traditionally male-dominated. But there is one young woman who embraced the challenge of becoming an aircraft technician years ago and went on to join the Government Flying Service as its first female aircraft technician.The height of 1.54 metres may be considered short to some, but it is not enough to restrain Cherry Ko, the first female aircraft technician in the Government Flying Service, from pursuing a career in repairing aircraft.Miss Ko is responsible for carrying out servicing, maintenance, repair and modification on all of the aircraft, components and systems.“I need some help sometimes when I am not tall enough to reach higher parts. But I can squeeze into narrow spaces to make repairs and checks. I have small, but nimble hands,” Miss Ko said, adding this is why being smaller is a bonus in this particular role.Miss Ko is not the only woman in the team now. Chan Wing-lam is the second female technician. After graduating from Texas A&M University, she joined the team last year.“I always want to fix a helicopter. I think it is challenging. I could only take care of civil aircraft in a commercial company. That is why I joined the Government Flying Service,” Miss Chan said. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

A thrilling moment but a timely rescue: the Fire Service Department

At 2 pm, Mar 28, Po Lam Fire Station received a special service call. It was suspected that somebody was trapped at height. Like a knight from heaven, a senior fireman courageously carried out the duty, held the subject for 6 minutes and pulled him out of harm’s way. What is the drive behind their perseverance? The reporter at news.gov.hk leads you into the fire station and talks with the firemen… (The video is broadcasted in Cantonese)

Ambulance Officer

Ambulance Officer Man Ka Kei, “We need to stay calm at all times. Whenever we attend to an incident, it is possible that many casualties are involved. For this reason, it is important to deal with the situation flexibly, assign the jobs calmly, as well as treat the patients and send them to hospital appropriately.” Ambulance Officer Wu Kit, “An Ambulance Officer is required to perform various duties at an Ambulance Depot, such as staff management, training and matters relating to the welfare, disciplinary and efficiency of ambulance staff.” Please watch the video for more information about the work, interview tips and promotion prospects of the post of Ambulance Officer. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Ambulanceman/ Ambulancewoman

Ambulancewoman Chan Ka Yee, “Although we often have to deal with sickness and death in our work, I cherish the feeling of flow of love and care among people.” Ambulanceman Yip Chun Luen, “There are often many hidden dangers on an emergency site, and I may be short of experience and knowledge to notice them all.  That’s why I have to strictly follow my supervisor’s orders, since even a single mistake may worsen a patient’s situation.” Please watch the video for more information about the work, interview tips and promotion prospects of the post of Ambulanceman/Ambulancewoman. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Customs Inspector

Customs Inspector, Choy Wan Yu Asa, “A Customs Inspector should be all-rounded, and committed to serving the community.’ Please watch the video for more information about job duties, career path, interview tips, and etc. of Customs Inspector. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Aircraft Technician(1)

Aircraft Technician of Government Flying Service, Ting-fung, "Our mission as aircraft technicians is to ensure aviation safety by maintaining good conditions of the aircraft, with which the crew members carry out missions and return safely." Please watch the video for more information about job duties, career path etc. of Aircraft Technician of Government Flying Service.  Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Police Negotiation Cadre

WONG Chi Kwong, Senior Superintendent, Police Negotiation Cadre, "The biggest challenge for us is that we are always required to conduct lobbying for a long time in harsh conditions. The key to success is the patience of listening as well as the good persuasion skills of our colleagues." Please watch the video for more information about job duties of Police Negotiation Cadre of Hong Kong Police Force. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Police Constable

Police Constable WONG Ka-hing said, “Having learned that I’m a police officer, many of my friends asked me if the physical fitness test was difficult.  Actually, if you have been well-prepared, you don’t have to worry.”  Police Constable LAM Ping-ping said, “It is very important for a police officer to have integrity.  We have to stay in-touch with the public and have effective communication with them, no matter what position we are in.” Please watch the video for more information about job duties, career path, interview tips, and etc. of police constables. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Recruitment

For details, please visit http://www.police.gov.hk/recruitment Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Pilot

Pilot of Government Flying Service, Dickson, "I believe most of the boys share the dream of becoming a pilot and flying in the sky.  The Government Flying Service gives me a good chance to make my dream come true." Pilot of Government Flying Service, Elaine, "I remember I had my first experience in flying when I was still a university student, and I was very interested in aviation after that.  Working in GFS not only fulfils my aspiration of flying, it also gives me a chance to serve the community and help those in need, giving me a lot of satisfaction." Please watch the video for more information about job duties, career path etc. of Pilot of Government Flying Service. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Aircraft Engineer

Aircraft Engineer of Government Flying Service, Wing, "The most important quality of an Aircraft Engineer of Government Flying Service is a calm and sophisticated mind. We are always faced with unexpected challenges and aircraft breakdowns, which require us to make quick and precise decisions based on thoughtful judgements." Please watch the video for more information about job duties, career path etc. of Aircraft Engineer of Government Flying Service. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Station Officer

Station Officer Ng Wai Lok, Rocky, “Many friends of mine think wrongly that Station Officers do not have to enter fire scenes.  Actually, Station Officers are also required to command the rescue operation on site, as well as lead their team into the fire scene to save people!” Station Officer Cheung Tin Yu, “Applicants for the posts of Station Officer and Fireman are required to pass a fitness test, so don’t leave the training till the last week before the test and interview. You can find a training guidebook on the Fire Services Department website. It provides applicants with the guidelines on how to enhance their fitness for best preparation.” Please watch the video for more information about the work, interview tips and promotion prospects of the post of Station Officer. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Fireman/Firewoman

Fireman Hui Ka Chun, “I believe that it is the dream of many young people to become a fireman.” “A fire broke out in my neighborhood when I was small.  I was deeply impressed by the swift action, courage and professionalism demonstrated by the firefighters.  That inspired me to apply for the post of Fireman when I grew up.” Please watch the video for more information about the work, interview tips and promotion prospects of the post of Fireman/Firewoman. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Senior Fireman/Firewoman (Control)

Senior Fireman (Control) Ng Ka Hei, “We also stand at the forefront as we are the one who first receive an emergency call, and our prompt delivery of information to frontline rescue staff and provision of logistic support are crucial to the whole rescue operation.” Senior Firewoman (Control) Tsang Wing Yee, “As part of our daily work, we are required to record all sorts of information into computers by typing, and we must type quickly and accurately. Therefore, don’t forget to practise typing in English, as you won’t get a chance for interview if your typing skills are not up to standard.”  Please watch the video for more information about the work, interview tips and promotion prospects of the post of Senior Fireman/Firewoman (Control). Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Customs Officer

Customs Officer, Ng Hing Kiu,"As a Customs Officer, I am responsible for discharging the law enforcement duties relating to anti-smuggling, investigation and anti-narcotics, however, it might be lesser known that I am also required to have maritime knowledge and abilities.” Please watch the video for more information about job duties, career path, interview tips, and etc. of Customs Officer. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Officer of the Correctional Services Department

Officer Chim Tsz-chung, currently a Training Officer in the Staff Training Institute of the Correctional Services Department (CSD), is responsible for gearing up new recruits and preparing them to face future challenges at work. Mr Chim established his interest and determination to join the correctional services right after graduation from the university. He first joined CSD as an Assistant Officer II, and eventually found his path to advance his career as an Officer through an internal appointment scheme. In the video, Mr Chim shares his experience at work and highlights different scopes of duties of an Officer. He deeply believes that esprit de corp is an important element which facilitates an efficient accomplishment of work and achievement of targets in the Department. He regards this meaningful job as a mission to serve society. Besides complying with the requisite qualification, Mr Chim emphasises that candidates who are interested to join CSD should possess good personal traits. He also advises all to keep abreast of information of the Department, stay well-prepared for various recruitment selection processes and dress in proper attire with a bright turnout when attending interviews. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Diversified Duties, Shared Identity

Please visit Hong Kong Correctional Services Department YouTube Channel for more videos in "Diversified Duties, Shared Identity " series. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page