Exploratory Analysis of the Way to Realizing China’s Service-Oriented Police Affairs

Dongfang CHEN


As society changes, traditional types of police affairs can no longer adapt to the development and demand of the times. Service-oriented police affairs in the new era closely follows the government’s pace of reform, and is an effective way to solve the problem caused by numerous types of police affairs losing effectiveness at present. This article discusses the meaning, theoretical basis, characteristics and way to the realization of China’s service-oriented police affairs. In short, in the process of constructing China’s service-oriented police affairs, what are needed include changing the idea of police service, improving public security organizations, structuring highly efficient police affairs operation mechanism, etc..


China; Service-oriented police affairs; Way to realization

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Li, L. (2014). The construction of the mode of service-oriented police affairs in the new era. Journal of Hubei Correspondence College, (1).

Lu, W. (2010). Predicament and way out in the construction of service-oriented police affairs in the new era. Jounal of The Railway Police College, (6).

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n


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