In many people's minds, the Hong Kong Police Force is simply a law enforcement agent. The Force, however, positions itself as a social service organisation in the community. The Force is actively collaborating with NGOs at district level in offering support for the young people. It also encourages officers to make use of their off-duty hours to serve the elderly, the disabled and other socially disadvantaged groups. The Force has also contracted out services to NGOs, which offers employment opportunities for people with Disabilities. In 2006/07, the Force was the award winner of the "Total Caring Award" presented by the caring company scheme of the HKCSS.
Apparently, the work of the Police Force has gone beyond purely law enforcement. It has placed much emphasis in building a caring culture in its workforce, and has given high priority in developing community relations. With such efforts, the Force has earned great reputation.Independent surveys reported that 85% of the community has confidence in the Hong Kong Police Force. The implementation of the change management process within the organisation for the new image building also fulfilled the ISO9001 requirements of the Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency.
Mr.Tang King Shing, the Commissioner of Police, will share with us vision on a harmonious and stable society in the CEOs meet CEOs luncheon. In particular, he will share the formula of the Hong Kong Police Force on how the change management process could be made successfully within the organisation so as the caring culture could be extended to develop strong relations with the community.
All CEOs and Board members from NGOs are welcome.
|時間||:||1200 - 1400 (2 小時)|
|地點||:||Function Room, 5/F Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, HK|
|對象||:||NGO Board Members and Agency Heads|
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|早鳥費用||:||港幣 0.00 (在 00/00/0000 或之前繳款, 只限社聯會員機構職員)|
|查詢||:||2876 2470 or email@example.com|
Mr. Tang King Shing 鄧竟成先生
Ex-Commissioner of Police
Mr Tang King Shing joined the Hong Kong Police in 1976 as an Inspector and holds a Master’s degree in International and Public Affairs.
He spent a large part of his early career in operational duties including attachments to the Police Tactical Unit and the Force's counter terrorist Special Duties Unit before being promoted to the rank of Superintendent in 1986. He was further promoted to Senior Superintendent in 1992 and Chief Superintendent of Police in 1996. During this period he served primarily in the uniform branch with postings as District Commander Airport, Chief Superintendent Special Duty for the 1997 Handover of Sovereignty Ceremonies, District Commander of Mongkok District, as well as Deputy Regional Commander of Hong Kong Island Region.
He advanced to the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) in 1999 and served as ACP Personnel until his promotion to Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police in March 2002, when he became the Director of Operations. He was promoted to the rank of Deputy Commissioner of Police in December 2003 and as Deputy Commissioner of Police (Operations) took over responsibility for all aspects of the operational policing of the Force. His appointment as Commissioner of Police was effective from 16 January 2007.
Mr Tang has attended various enhancement courses in the past years. He is also the first officer to receive the 'Bramshill International Leadership in Policing Award' from the National Police Improvement Agency, UK in 2007.