Newly appointed police chiefs from county and city-level public security bureaus nationwide are receiving training in how to improve their law enforcement capabilities and how to maintaining stability locally.
The Ministry of Public Security is holding the training seminars in Beijing from June 26 until July 31, 2012. The seminars will train 1,400 local police chiefs who were appointed after 2010. This is the third year, the first and second being 2009 and 2010, that the ministry has run these seminars. More than 1,400 new grass-roots police chiefs were trained in the first two years.
Resource: China Review News, July 9, 2012