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Civilian Security Forces in Beijing Reached 700,000

According to the Population Management Corps of the Beijing Public Security Bureau, the city government mobilized more than 700,000 civilians living in 2,902 communities to join the public security forces for the “Two Conferences” (the National People’s Congress and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference) currently taking place in Beijing. These civilian residents serve mainly in the areas of community patrol, security protection, parking management, transient population administration, monitoring key traffic routes, and watching company doors.

Source: Jinghua Times, March 2, 2011