Great prizes are up for grabs in a competition run by the police to help fight youth crime. Youngsters can win a trip to Australia or Singapore or book coupons and concert tickets if they contribute innovative and constructive ideas on ways to combat youth crime. All you have to do is fill in an entry form for the 'Hang Seng Bank - Help the Police Fight Youth Crime Competition 1998'. The competition, organised by the Hong Kong Police and sponsored by Hang Seng Bank and Qantas Airways, aims to strengthen the link between police and young people. It has the full blessing of the Government and the Fight Crime Committee. Launching the scheme, Commissioner of Police Eddie Hui Ki-on said the police would continue to vigorously tackle juvenile crime through education and publicity programmes. They hoped to alert young people to the serious consequences of criminal offences, he said. The competition is open to all secondary and tertiary students and working youths aged between 15 and 21. There are five individual and one school categories. One of the categories, the 'Book Mark Design' category is open to pupils in Primary Four to Primary Six. Other categories include a knock-out quiz, a slogan writing competition and an essay writing category. Finalists will face a selection panel interview. Ten lucky winners will receive overseas trips during the summer. Besides sight-seeing, they will have the opportunity to visit police forces, community organisations and youth groups in Australia and Singapore as Hong Kong's goodwill ambassadors. Entry forms are available at the Police Public Relations Branch, Police Community Relations Offices, District Offices and Hang Seng Bank branches (except MTR branches). The deadline for entry is April 25. Call PPRB on 2866-6137 or 2866-6155 for inquiries.