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Aug. 5, 2014
Aug. 5, 2014
No. 145 Document, the Wuxi Municipal People's Government
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The Wuxi Municipal People's Government
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The whole society
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Theme (the 1st level)
Public security, safety, judicature
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Allocation, management, regulation
Measures on Public Security Supporting Personnel Management in Wuxi (No. 145 Document, the Wuxi Municipal People's Government)
The Measures on Public Security Supporting Personnel Management in Wuxi has been deliberated and passed at the 29th Executive Meeting of the Wuxi Municipal People's Government on July 2, 2014, are issued now and will be implemented from September 1, 2014.
Wang Quan, Mayor of Wuxi
July 26, 2014
Measures on Public Security Supporting Personnel Management in Wuxi
Chapter I General Provisions
Article 1 These measures were formulated according to related laws and regulations and in combination with Wuxi’s realities in order to standardize the management of public security supporting personnel, safeguard their legitimate rights and interests, and give play to their role in the general management of social security.
Article 2 Recruitment, safeguard, supervision and management of public security supporting personnel in Wuxi's administrative areas are applicable to these measures.
The public security supporting personnel mentioned in these measures refer to the non-police officers including public security supporting personnel, fire control supporting personnel, traffic management assistants, registered household coordinators and clerks that are recruited by public security organs, are established with labor relations in the forms of labor contract or labor dispatch, and legally help fulfill corresponding responsibilities under the command and supervision of public security organs and people’s police.
Article 3 The municipal, municipal (county) and district public security organs shall be accountable for the organization and implementation of these measures under the leadership of the same-level people’s governments.
The municipal, municipal (county) and district departments of finance, human resources and social security, staffing management shall work together in public security supporting personnel management according to their own responsibilities.
Article 4 Public security supporting personnel shall perform duties under the command and supervision of public security organs and people's police, and the legal consequences from their lawful supporting responsibility fulfillment shall be borne by public security organs.
Article 5 The action that public security supporting personnel legally assist in performing duties is a part of public security organs' functions, and related civilians, entities and other organizations shall cooperate with them without interference.
In case that public security supporting personnel are interfered or unlawfully infringed when assisting in duty performance, interferers or infringers shall be legally prosecuted for legal accountabilities including official duty obstruction and intentional injury.
Article 6 Daily management expenses of public security supporting personnel including wage, clothing and equipment shall be included into the same-level fiscal budgets for guarantee, and the specific standards shall be determined by public security organs along with the departments of finance, human resources and social security.
Article 7 Public security organs shall establish and improve the supervision and management mechanism for public security supporting personnel to carry out supervision and management on the personnel’s duty performance.
Civilians, entities and other organizations have the right to complain and accuse public security supporting personnel’s behaviors that violate laws, regulations and these measures.
Chapter II Responsibilities, Principles and Rights
Article 8 Public security supporting personnel shall perform the following duties and responsibilities:
(i) Public security patrol inspection, bayonet guard and interrogation, intercepting and controlling illegal criminal suspects, seizing and turning over current illegal criminal suspects, dealing with people's calls for help and handling non-urgent appeals from masses;
(ii) Maintaining the order of large-scale public activities, emergent cases and accident scenes;
(iii) Dispersing traffic, dissuading and prohibiting traffic violations, and keeping the order of traffic accident scenes;
(iv) Community management, household management, dispute mediation and safety publicity;
(v) 110 linkage, information collection and input, data statistics, image surveillance, public security anti-pocketing, archives management and guardian supervision;
(vi) Medical care, DNA test, psychological consulting, ship and yacht driving and other professional technical security activities;
(vii) Specialized services, logistics and other police affairs security activities;
(viii) Fire regulation, fire extinguishment, emergent rescue and other fire control activities;
(ix) Other activities that may be supported to fulfill according to laws and regulations.
Article 9 Public security supporting personnel shall not support to fulfill the following duties and responsibilities:
(i) Police activities that are not ratified or recorded by the department of secrecy and related to national secrets;
(ii) Investigation and evidence obtainment of cases and events, technical accreditation and traffic accident responsibility affirmation;
(iii) Decisions on proceedings including administrative permission, administration charges, administrative punishments and administrative enforcement;
(iv) Decision on criminal mandatory measures;
(v) Weapon safekeeping, carrying and use;
(vi) Other duties and responsibilities that shall not be supported to fulfill according to laws and regulations.
Article 10 Public security supporting personnel shall legally enjoy the following rights:
(i) Having working conditions for supporting to fulfill duties and responsibilities;
(ii) Gaining salary and remuneration and enjoying welfare and insurance treatment;
(iii) Participating in business, knowledge and skill training;
(iv) Setting forth advice and suggestions on their units’ work;
(v) Putting forward complaints and accusations;
(vi) Severing labor relations;
(vii) Other rights according to laws and regulations.
Article 11 Public security supporting personnel shall obey the following stipulations:
(i) Adhering to laws and regulations and public security organs' rules;
(ii) Keeping secrets;
(iii) Subjecting to management and following command;
(iv) Supporting to fulfill responsibilities in their responsibility ranges;
(v) Being polite to people, performing duties morally, being honest and not playing favoritism;
(vi) Conforming to social ethnics and respecting social customs and habits;
(vii) Not being employed by civilians, entities and other organizations or engaging in business activities.
Chapter III Establishment and Termination of Labor Relations
Article 12 Annual recruitment plans of public security supporting personnel shall be proposed by public security organs and submitted to the people's governments at the same level for approval.
The recruitment of public security supporting personnel shall be uniformly organized by public security organs and carried out according to the conditions, standards and procedures regulated in these measures.
Article 13 Public security supporting personnel shall have the following conditions:
(i) Being citizens of over 18 full age;
(ii) Having physical conditions that can support responsibility fulfillment;
(iii) Possessing cultural degrees and professional technical abilities required by positions;
(iv) Having decent conduct;
(v) Other conditions regulated by public security organs.
People that have unclear illegal criminal suspicion or are under other unsuitable situations shall not engage in public security supporting work.
Article 14 The recruitment of public security supporting personnel shall be carried out in the form of voluntary enrollment and unified examination and on the principles of openness, fairness, competition and selection.
Article 15 The recruitment of public security supporting personnel shall be carried out according to the procedures of examination, health examination and political approval; and retired servicemen and people with special skills may be enrolled with priority under equal conditions for specialized posts.
Article 16 The establishment and termination of labor relations between public security organs and public security supporting personnel shall be implemented according to laws and regulations.
Chapter IV Training and Security
Article 17 Public security organs shall establish the regular training system of pre-post training, business knowledge and post skills for public security supporting personnel; and those who do not go through or pass pre-post training shall not be arranged to fulfill corresponding post responsibilities.
Article 18 Public security organs shall establish remuneration system based on the factors including public security supporting personnel’s posts, skills and jobs, and establish proper remuneration growth mechanism as well.
Article 19 Public security organs shall legally handle social insurance registration, social insurance declaration and payment and housing provident fund deposit for public security supporting personnel.
Public security organs may insure public security supporting personnel against proper commercial risks according to the dangerousness and particularity of posts.
Article 20 Public security supporting personnel shall enjoy welfare treatment including paid annual leave, marital leave, maternity leave and funeral leave when they are working on posts.
Public security organs shall regularly organize public security supporting personnel to participate in health examination and set up health records.
Article 21 Public security supporting personnel injured and disabled from work shall enjoy related treatment according to national, provincial and municipal regulations.
The close relatives of public security supporting personnel dead from work shall legally enjoy related pensions and favors.
Eligible public security organs may set up pension funds for public security supporting personnel for subsidizing injured and disabled public security supporting personnel resulting from training, duty performance, emergency rescue and disaster relief and close relatives of public security supporting personnel dead from work.
Article 22 Public security supporting personnel shall wear uniform clothes, working certificates and marks.
The clothing style, working certificates and marks of public security supporting personnel shall be distinguished from people’s police and uniformly regulated by the municipal public security organs.
Article 23 Public security supporting personnel may deploy and use necessary equipment according to their posts after getting approval from the municipal public security organs, but shall not have or use weapons.
Article 24 Public security supporting personnel shall return the allotted clothes, working certificates, marks and equipment to public security organs when leaving their posts.
Chapter V Assessment, Rewards and Punishments
Article 25 Public security organs shall regularly assess working performance, rule and regulation compliance, education and training of public security supporting personnel, and deem the appraised results as main basis of rewards and punishments for them.
Public security organs shall commend and reward the public security supporting personnel that have outstanding achievements and contributions at work or have other eminent deeds.
Article 26 Skill grade promotion system shall be implemented to public security supporting personnel.
Skill grade promotion of public security supporting personnel shall be determined according to years of service, duty fulfillment abilities and assessment results of public security supporting personnel.
Article 27 Public security organs may legally sever labor relations with public security supporting personnel who violate laws, regulations and these measures; and handle those who have not yet established labor relations herewith according to regulations.
Public security supporting personnel that commit crimes in violation of laws, regulations and these measures shall be legally prosecuted for criminal accountabilities.
Article 28 Public security organs shall give punishments to public security supporting personnel based on clear facts, solid evidence, legal process and complete formalities, and notify public security supporting personnel with the investigated and verified facts and basis.
Public security supporting personnel may appeal when they refuse to accept punishments.
Chapter VI Supplementary Provisions
Article 29 These measures shall be implemented from September 1, 2014.