Se­cu­rity in­creased for CPC Congress

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - TOP NEWS -

pa­trols and pre­ven­tive mea­sures in some key ar­eas, in­clud­ing air­ports, rail­ways, sub­way sta­tions, shop­ping malls and en­ter­tain­ment venues.

More­over, they will carry out a spe­cial ac­tion to com­bat the man­u­fac­ture and traf­fick­ing of guns and other dan­ger­ous items that could be used to pro­duce ex­plo­sives. Po­lice also will keep a close eye on lo­gis­tics and ex­press ser­vices, ac­cord­ing to Guo.

“We should con­duct in-depth in­ves­ti­ga­tions of the ex­ist­ing prob­lems and se­cu­rity gaps and strengthen risk as­sess­ment and emer­gency re­sponse to re­solve con­flicts and risks in a timely man­ner. Then we should en­sure over­all sta­bil­ity of so­cial se­cu­rity,” he said.

Mei Jian­ming, di­rec­tor of the Coun­tert­er­ror­ism Re­search Cen­ter at Peo­ple's Pub­lic Se­cu­rity Univer­sity of China, said China should draw some lessons from pre­vi­ous vi­o­lent and ter­ror­ist ac­ci­dents, then im­prove a quick-re­sponse mech­a­nism to pre­vent sim­i­lar at­tacks in the fu­ture.

He said it’s more than nec­es­sary to es­tab­lish a na­tional in­tel­li­gence-shar­ing plat­form to help law en­force­ment of­fi­cers “ob­tain and an­a­lyze var­i­ous ter­ror­ist-re­lated clues, then ef­fec­tively de­ploy dif­fer­ent forces, in­clud­ing armed po­lice and sol­diers, to smash crim­i­nal gangs.”

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