Wong Sio Chak

    Mr Wong Sio Chak was born in Guangdong in September 1968, of a family from Jieyang, Guangdong Province. He is married and has two daughters. He received a Bachelor of Laws degree and a doctorate degree in Law from Peking University in July 1990 and July 2006, respectively.Mr Wong was a senior technician at the Office of Judicial Police from February to December 1994, and a judicial auditor from December 1994 to October 1995. He was trained as a judge from October 1995 to July 1997, and was appointed prosecutor at the Prosecution Services in July 1997. He became deputy director of the Macao Judiciary Police in November 1998, and the acting director of the Judiciary Police in December 1999. In March 2000, Mr Wong was appointed as the Deputy Prosecutor-General of the Public Prosecutions Office, and in November 2000 he was appointed as Director of the Judiciary Police.

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