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Ho Chi Minh City police launch official website

Saturday, August 18, 2012, 14:53 GMT+7
Ho Chi Minh City police launch official website

Ho Chi Minh City Police Department on Saturday launched its first official website at http://catphcm.bocongan.gov.vn/wps/portal/ to work as a bridge of information to provide locals with updated information about policies, legal procedures and other public services in the city.

Locals can find useful information and news in Vietnamese in the areas of administrative procedures, legal documents, security and crime in the city. It also facilitates locals in applying for identification cards, passports, and permanent or temporary residence registrations.

The website is aimed at speeding up the reform of administrative management of the municipal police force.

The inauguration of the site is also a celebration on the occasion of the 67th anniversary of the establishment of the people’s police forces on August 19.

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