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    OUHK Chan Tak Education Fund supports police officers to study

    (From left) Council Deputy Chairman Mr Stanley Ko and Chairman Dr the Hon. Charles Lee, Mr Bunny Chan, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Management) Mr Gordon Fung and President Prof. John C Y Leong.

    OUHK Council member Mr Bunny Chan has set up the OUHK Chan Tak Education Fund in memory of his beloved late father to finance serving police officers to study the Law Enforcement and Security Management (LESM) programmes at the University. His $3.5 million donation will also sponsor academic talks and promotional activities.

    At the donation ceremony on 5 January, Mr Gordon Fung, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Management), said he believed the fund would boost the lifelong learning culture in the police force.

    OUHK Council Chairman Dr the Hon. Charles Lee thanked the Hong Kong Police Force for their partnership with the OUHK. More than 700 recruit police constables had completed the Certificate in LESM programme, which was launched last year in collaboration with the Police College. In March 2007, the OUHK will offer the same programme to serving officers who have previously completed the foundation training for recruit police constables. Students will obtain 30 credits and a certificate upon completion of two courses. They can then further their studies by distance learning at the OUHK to obtain a diploma (60 credits), a higher diploma (90 credits), a Bachelor's degree (120 credits) or an honours degree (160 credits).

    The OUHK launched its series of distance learning LESM programmes in 2000, which are open to the public and provide special study pathways for law enforcement officers including those working in correctional services and customs. Sixty-eight students have graduated from these programmes and about 160 are currently studying, with more than two-thirds pursuing ordinary or honours undergraduate degrees and the rest a certificate, diploma or higher diploma.

    Openlink would like to thank the Police Public Relations Branch for providing some photos for this story.

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