More fire safety inspectors should have been recruited at the expense of the police and ICAC, says Democratic Party law and order spokesman James To Kun-sun. Police will receive an extra 339 officers to patrol an expanding beat, such as the Kowloon West Reclamation, Lantau Link and the new airport, as well as to provide cover for officers on training courses. Meanwhile, the Fire Services Department will receive an extra 137 staff to boost building inspections after recent fatal fires. Mr To said the focus should have been on strengthening fire prevention rather than boosting the police force. 'For the past few years we have increased police numbers by about 2,000. Last year the CID was boosted by about 200 officers. We should have expected to see more pro-active action against organised crime [to justify] that increase,' he said. 'On the other hand, I would say the increase in fire safety inspectors is not enough.' The ICAC has created 53 new graft-busting jobs through internal redeployment.