A central Committee meeting to develop and implement a national crime prevention strategy was held yesterday afternoon in the Ministry of Home Affairs, Union Minister office assembly hall. The meeting was attended by the chairman of the central Committee to develop and implement a national crime prevention strategy, Union Minister for Home Affairs Lt-Gen Kyaw Swe; Deputy Ministers for the Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Border Affairs; permanent secretaries and directors general from the Ministry of Transport and Communications, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Planning and Finance, Ministry of Information, Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population, Ministry of Health and Sports, Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement and Anti-Corruption Commission; officials from Nay Pyi Taw Development Committee, Myanmar Women’s Affair Federation and Myanmar Maternal and Child Welfare Association; Myanmar Police Chief, Deputy Chief and senior police officers.
At the meeting, Lt-Gen Kyaw Swe delivered the opening speech, while the central Committee secretary, Myanmar Police Chief, explained the draft strategy drawn up and central Committee members, Deputy Ministers and officials discussed and provided suggestions.
The national-level national crime prevention strategy (draft) includes the main causes of crime, implementing ministries, organisations and entities, and long-term and immediate works. Detailed discussions were held to develop a final draft by May 2018, drawing up detailed work processes by states and regions and implementing them. Later, Lt-Gen Kyaw Swe delivered a concluding speech and the meeting came to a close.