CHINA People's policeman and his 'last' police day

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People's policeman and his 'last' police day

Xinhua

12:03, January 10, 2021

Qiao Zhibing(R) holds a child at a residential area in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 8, 2021. January 10, 2021 marks China's first Chinese People's Police Day, but for Qiao Zhibing, a 59-year-old policeman from Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau, it will be his "last" police day as he will retire at the age of 60 in June this year. As the Chinese People's Police Day approaches, colleagues from the police station held a small farewell forum for him to thank him for his hard work for public security over the past decades. Qiao Zhibing was among the first batch of people's police to be recruited by Chengdu since China's reform and opening up. In his 38-year-career, he has been engaged in many posts such as household registration police, public security police, back office police and community police. He was unfortunately involved in a car accident when he was on a shift mission, resulting in fracture of the femoral

Qiao Zhibing(2nd R) and Yang Duo(1st R) communicate with the people who are responsible for security and protection in Kaidi property services company in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 8, 2021. January 10, 2021 marks China's first Chinese People's Police Day, but for Qiao Zhibing, a 59-year-old policeman from Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau, it will be his "last" police day as he will retire at the age of 60 in June this year. As the Chinese People's Police Day approaches, colleagues from the police station held a small farewell forum for him to thank him for his hard work for public security over the past decades. Qiao Zhibing was among the first batch of people's police to be recruited by Chengdu since China's reform and opening up. In his 38-year-career, he has been engaged in many posts such as household registration police, public security police, back office police and community police. He was unfortunate

Colleagues present a cake to Qiao Zhibing (front, L) in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 8, 2021. January 10, 2021 marks China's first Chinese People's Police Day, but for Qiao Zhibing, a 59-year-old policeman from Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau, it will be his "last" police day as he will retire at the age of 60 in June this year. As the Chinese People's Police Day approaches, colleagues from the police station held a small farewell forum for him to thank him for his hard work for public security over the past decades. Qiao Zhibing was among the first batch of people's police to be recruited by Chengdu since China's reform and opening up. In his 38-year-career, he has been engaged in many posts such as household registration police, public security police, back office police and community police. He was unfortunately involved in a car accident when he was on a shift mission, resulting in fracture of the femoral

Qiao Zhibing(R) and Yang Duo patrol at a residential area in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 8, 2021. January 10, 2021 marks China's first Chinese People's Police Day, but for Qiao Zhibing, a 59-year-old policeman from Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau, it will be his "last" police day as he will retire at the age of 60 in June this year. As the Chinese People's Police Day approaches, colleagues from the police station held a small farewell forum for him to thank him for his hard work for public security over the past decades. Qiao Zhibing was among the first batch of people's police to be recruited by Chengdu since China's reform and opening up. In his 38-year-career, he has been engaged in many posts such as household registration police, public security police, back office police and community police. He was unfortunately involved in a car accident when he was on a shift mission, resulting in fracture of the fe

Qiao Zhibing(R) speaks during the forum to celebrate China's first Chinese People's Police Day at Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 8, 2021. January 10, 2021 marks China's first Chinese People's Police Day, but for Qiao Zhibing, a 59-year-old policeman from Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau, it will be his "last" police day as he will retire at the age of 60 in June this year. As the Chinese People's Police Day approaches, colleagues from the police station held a small farewell forum for him to thank him for his hard work for public security over the past decades. Qiao Zhibing was among the first batch of people's police to be recruited by Chengdu since China's reform and opening up. In his 38-year-career, he has been engaged in many posts such as household registration police, public security police, back office police and

Qiao Zhibing(C) receives flowers from a colleague in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 8, 2021. January 10, 2021 marks China's first Chinese People's Police Day, but for Qiao Zhibing, a 59-year-old policeman from Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau, it will be his "last" police day as he will retire at the age of 60 in June this year. As the Chinese People's Police Day approaches, colleagues from the police station held a small farewell forum for him to thank him for his hard work for public security over the past decades. Qiao Zhibing was among the first batch of people's police to be recruited by Chengdu since China's reform and opening up. In his 38-year-career, he has been engaged in many posts such as household registration police, public security police, back office police and community police. He was unfortunately involved in a car accident when he was on a shift mission, resulting in fracture of the femoral ne

Qiao Zhibing gets dressed at Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 8, 2021. January 10, 2021 marks China's first Chinese People's Police Day, but for Qiao Zhibing, a 59-year-old policeman from Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau, it will be his "last" police day as he will retire at the age of 60 in June this year. As the Chinese People's Police Day approaches, colleagues from the police station held a small farewell forum for him to thank him for his hard work for public security over the past decades. Qiao Zhibing was among the first batch of people's police to be recruited by Chengdu since China's reform and opening up. In his 38-year-career, he has been engaged in many posts such as household registration police, public security police, back office police and community police. He was unfortunately involved in a car accident whe

Qiao Zhibing(2nd R) talks with colleagues during lunch at Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 8, 2021. January 10, 2021 marks China's first Chinese People's Police Day, but for Qiao Zhibing, a 59-year-old policeman from Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau, it will be his "last" police day as he will retire at the age of 60 in June this year. As the Chinese People's Police Day approaches, colleagues from the police station held a small farewell forum for him to thank him for his hard work for public security over the past decades. Qiao Zhibing was among the first batch of people's police to be recruited by Chengdu since China's reform and opening up. In his 38-year-career, he has been engaged in many posts such as household registration police, public security police, back office police and community police. He was unfortunately i

Qiao Zhibing is on duty during a meeting of the members of Communist Party of China in Jinli Community in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 8, 2021. January 10, 2021 marks China's first Chinese People's Police Day, but for Qiao Zhibing, a 59-year-old policeman from Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau, it will be his "last" police day as he will retire at the age of 60 in June this year. As the Chinese People's Police Day approaches, colleagues from the police station held a small farewell forum for him to thank him for his hard work for public security over the past decades. Qiao Zhibing was among the first batch of people's police to be recruited by Chengdu since China's reform and opening up. In his 38-year-career, he has been engaged in many posts such as household registration police, public security police, back office police and community police. He was unfortunately involved in a car accident when he was on a s

Qiao Zhibing receives COVID-19 vaccination at Shuangnan community health service center in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 8, 2021. January 10, 2021 marks China's first Chinese People's Police Day, but for Qiao Zhibing, a 59-year-old policeman from Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau, it will be his "last" police day as he will retire at the age of 60 in June this year. As the Chinese People's Police Day approaches, colleagues from the police station held a small farewell forum for him to thank him for his hard work for public security over the past decades. Qiao Zhibing was among the first batch of people's police to be recruited by Chengdu since China's reform and opening up. In his 38-year-career, he has been engaged in many posts such as household registration police, public security police, back office police and community police. He was unfortunately involved in a car accident when he was on a shift mission, r

Combo photo shows copied file photo (top) of Qiao Zhibing(back, C) and his colleagues in 1989 and Qiao Zhibing (3rd R) posing for a photo with his colleagues in front of the Jiangxi Street Police Station in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 8, 2021. January 10, 2021 marks China's first Chinese People's Police Day, but for Qiao Zhibing, a 59-year-old policeman from Jiangxi Street Police Station of Wuhou District Branch of Chengdu Public Security Bureau, it will be his "last" police day as he will retire at the age of 60 in June this year. As the Chinese People's Police Day approaches, colleagues from the police station held a small farewell forum for him to thank him for his hard work for public security over the past decades. Qiao Zhibing was among the first batch of people's police to be recruited by Chengdu since China's reform and opening up. In his 38-year-career, he has been engaged in many posts such as household registration police, public security police, back o

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