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Chinese police chief calls for innovation in public security

06-29-2010 16:52 BJT

BEIJING, June 29 (Xinhua) -- China's police chief has called for more innovation and the use of information technologies to manage public security more efficiently.

Minister of Public Security Meng Jianzhu made the remarks during a four-day work conference that ended Tuesday.

Meng described the task of maintaining the national security and social stability as arduous, and urged the police to take innovative measures in managing the migrant population management, and in resolving disputes and managing public security.

The police should offer services to migrant populations to give them a sense of belonging to their resident cities, Meng said.

Preventive measures should be taken in handling social disputes and the police should try to resolve the disputes through mediation, Meng said.

Meng also called for tough measures to crack down on online crimes such as fraud, gambling and porn.

Editor:Jin Lin |Source: Xinhua

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