Pursuant to Article 3 of the Decree 73/2009/NĐ-CP stipulating as follows:
1. A commune that is important in terms of politics, economics, culture and society, security and defense, or where the political security situation is constantly complicated is considered a commune with important security and order.
The identification of communes with important security and order is proposed by the Chairman of the People's Committee of the province, central-affilaited city (hereinafter referred to as the provincial level), and considered and decided by the Minister of Public Security. Every year, localities review and propose adjustments and additions to communes with important security and order.
2. The framework number of Deputy Chiefs of Police and Police Officers is set out as follows:
a) Each commune is allocated 1 Deputy Chief of Police; communes with important security and order, type 1 communes and type 2 communes are allocated no more than 2 Deputy Chiefs of Police;
b) Each hamlet, village, ward, commune, village, phum, sóc, and equivalent residential unit is allocated 1 Police Officer. For hamlets, villages, wards, communes and equivalent residential units in communes with important security and order, type 1 communes and type 2 communes, no more than 2 Police Officers are allocated;
c) The headquarters or workplace of the commune police is allocated no more than 3 Police Officers to perform 24/7 duty on a daily basis.
As regulations above, aach commune is allocated 1 Deputy Chief of Police. In case of communes with important security and order, type 1 communes and type 2 communes, there will be no more than 2 Deputy Chiefs of Police.
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Pursuant to Article 4 of the Decree 73/2009/NĐ-CP stipulating standards for Deputy Chiefs of Police in Vietnam as follows:
1. Vietnamese citizens who are at least 18 years of age and meet the following criteria are eligible for consideration and recruitment to the commune police force where they reside:
a) Clear background, good moral character, no criminal record; themselves and their families comply well with the policies of the Party and the laws of the State. The Chief of Police must be a member of the Communist Party of Vietnam.
b) Sufficient health to perform the duties of the commune police force (certified by a medical facility at the district level or above).
c) The Chief of Police and Deputy Chief of Police must have completed a high school program (have a diploma or a certificate of having completed a high school program issued by a competent authority); the Police Officer must have graduated from junior high school or higher.
For mountainous, remote and disadvantaged areas that do not have qualified candidates with the educational qualifications specified in this point, the educational qualifications of the Chief of Police, Deputy Chief of Police and Police Officer may be lower but must also be people who have completed the primary school program or higher.
d) Have the ability to perform the tasks and have a voluntary application to join the commune police force.
2. The People's Committees at the district and commune levels must have plans for the planning, recruitment, deployment, and use of the commune police force, ensuring stability and long-term, meeting the requirements of ensuring security and order, and social security at the grassroots level; prioritize the recruitment of soldiers who have served for a limited time in the People's Public Security Force who have completed their obligations to return to their localities to participate in the commune police force.
The recruitment of people to participate in the commune police force must be ensured to be democratic, transparent, and transparent, in accordance with the criteria specified in this Decree and the guidance of the Ministry of Public Security.
The Chief of Police at the district level, the Chief of Police at the commune level is responsible for advising and assisting the Chairman of the People's Committee at the same level in planning, recruiting, deploying, and using the commune police force.
Above are the standards for Deputy Chiefs of Police in Vietnam.