The maximum age for consideration to promotion from colonel major general shall be 57
Takes effect on July 01, 2019, Law No. 37/2018/QH14 on the People’s Public Security Force regulates that the maximum age for consideration to promotion from colonel major general shall be 57.
For limits of non-commissioned officers and officers of the People's Public Security Force shall be subject to the following regulations: Non-commissioned officers: 45; Lieutenant-grade officer: 53; Major and Lieutenant-Colonel: Male: 55; Female: 53; Senior Lieutenant Colonel: Male: 58; Female: 55; Colonel: Male: 60; Female: 55; General-grade officers: 60.
People's Public Security officers, who are professors, associate professors, doctors and senior experts, may be granted an extension of service age to more than 60 years of age for men and over 55 years of age for women.
Also regulated in this Law, annually, the People’s Public Security Force may recruit citizens within age for service into the People’s Public Security Force for a period of 24 months. In case of serving the purpose of being ready to fight, performing natural disaster or epidemic prevention and control or rescue tasks, the period of service may be extended but not exceeds 06 months.
This Law is approved by the National Assembly on November 20, 2018.