Through a quiz competition, youngsters in Eastern District were reminded to keep away from crime. Contestants from 31 secondary and primary schools also learned about the serious consequences of taking drugs, through the Eastern District inter-school Fight Crime and anti-drug quiz. Jointly organised by the Eastern District police and the Eastern District Junior Police Call Activities Committee, the quiz covered topics such as drugs, crimes and penalties, the involvement of young people with triads, crime prevention and the Superintendents' Discretion Scheme. Students had to do their own research work but staff from the Eastern District Police Community Relations Office lent a hand by providing information on drugs and crimes. Belilios Public School took first place in the secondary school section, and Sheng Kung Hui St Michael's Primary School in the primary section. Speaking at the prize presentation ceremony, Eastern District Police Commander Yeung Ying-wai said he hoped the competition would raise crime and drug awareness among students in the district. 'This will help the police disseminate the 'Fight Crime' message,' he said. 'I firmly believe that every student who took part in the anti-drug quiz will become a 'Fight Crime' pioneer in the future.' Mr Yeung also thanked the principals and teachers of the participating schools for their support.