WHAT kind of job would suit a sturdy lady? Perhaps a career in the police force, suggested woman police constable Lee Chi-ting. 'Ah Ting', who recently took over as presenter of the JPC radio programmes, said her height was a definite advantage to her work, particularly in terms of patrol duties. She joined the police force in January, 1992. Before posting to the Police Public Relations Branch, Ah Ting was a member of an anti-vice squad in Kwun Tong Police Station. Besides outdoor operations, her main duty was to prepare documents on court cases. 'I have an outgoing personality and I cannot stand working a nine-to-five office job,' said Ah Ting. She said she liked the police job as it satisfied her desire for challenges. Ah Ting has enjoyed her three years' service in the force. 'I have gone through a diversity of situations in dealing with different cases, and this experience has given me a cool head and made me more mature,' she said. Hosting the JPC radio programme is another challenge. 'I have got acquainted with many JPCs. I enjoy talking to them in the phone-in session . . .' Ah Ting said.