Officials in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, have granted numerous honorary titles to a local policewoman due to her outstanding sense of responsibility and mission, according to a recent profile.
Shen Si, born in Kaifeng, central China's Henan Province, has served as a police offical in the Black Panther Commando of Chengdu Public Security Bureau for six years.
At a young age, she was accepted into Kaifeng City Sports School, where she later won first place in the Provincial Martial Art Championship. After graduating from high school, she was admitted to the Chengdu Sports Institute.
In 2012, upon graduation with an excellent academic performance and equipped with marvelous physical condition, she officially became a regimental policewoman.
In the selection of detachment members, she successfully entered the anti-robbery and violent crime brigade affiliated with the Chengdu regimental police, the Panther Commandos.
The primary job description of the force is to undertake special tasks such as anti-terrorism and riot control.
The commando team has particularly high requirements for comprehensive capacities of its members. Shen is one of the only two female regimental police officials in the team.
In order to maintain high combat effectiveness, she keeps up a strict daily physical training and combat training routine. She practices shooting, long-distance running, wrestling and other training.
Due to her remarkable proficiency in firearms, Shen, on behalf of the Panther Commandos, has participated in various competitions around the country and has obtained excellence grades.
As a result of hard work and outstanding performance, Shen has been granted the title of Outstanding Civil Servant for four consecutive years and has won individual third-class merit awards four times and individual commendations six times.
(Source: cpd.com.cn/Translated and edited be Women of China)
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