Police Hotlines Set Up to Assist Students During Examinations
More than 34,000 high school graduates will be taking this year’s National College Entrance Examinations that will be administered in 36 schools across the city. Police will be setting up police hotlines that the students can call if any emergencies arise during the examination period coming Thursday to Saturday.
Any vehicles bringing students to the examinations gets into any minor accidents without injuries with get their vehicles released after a quick investigation. For serious damages and injuries police will be arranging motorcycles to bring the students to the exam sites while the investigation is taking process.
Vehicle owners of exam bound students can take photos of the accident scene then call the police hotlines 8316-2933 and 8446-9111 and report the names of the students for registration before then can leave the scene. Once they get the students to the examination site they can cooperate with any police investigation.
Shenzhen police will place service stations at all 36 examination sites. These service stations will provide umbrellas, raincoats, medicine and water. A police vehicle and motorcycle will be station at the emergency sites as well. To avoid delays police have designated temporary parking areas near the examination sites for drivers to wait for their children. Also 20 roads including Beihuan Boulevard, Sungang Road, Nanhai Boulevard, Shennan Boulevard and Binhai Boulevard as passages which will be monitored in a manner to ensure smooth traffic flow.