HA NOI (VNS)— The Viet Nam Fatherland Front started yesterday a project to enhance communications and educational activities within the Anti-Crime National Target Programme for 2012-15.
The project was crucial to the battle against crime and would be implemented from central to local levels to raise public awareness of and compliance with the law, said Lieutenant General Tran Viet Tan, Deputy Minister of Public Security
The project aims to strengthen the supervisory and management capacities of the Fatherland Front's staff and help police fight crime.
The new communications activities are intended to increase co-operation between the anti-crime State agencies and the Fatherland Front, improve public security and reduce crime.
Over the past years, the Fatherland Front and its member organisations have gotten more people involved in anti-crime activities and helped rehabilitate criminals.
During the 2006-10 period, they successfully encouraged many people to become whistle-blowers and rehabilitated over 208,000 criminals. — VNS