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Officers to undergo training, tests before using new powers under changes to Police Force Act | Video

About 130 civilian officers tasked to investigate white-collar crime will get new powers to conduct search and arrest, under changes to the Police Force Act. They will be required to undergo training and tests before they can exercise their powers, said Minister of State for Home Affairs Desmond Tan. Deborah Wong reports.

Officers to undergo training, tests before using new powers under changes to Police Force Act | Video

03 Aug 2021 10:16pm
About 130 civilian officers tasked to investigate white-collar crime will get new powers to conduct search and arrest, under changes to the Police Force Act. They will be required to undergo training and tests before they can exercise their powers, said Minister of State for Home Affairs Desmond Tan. Deborah Wong reports.

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