Two outstanding Junior Police Call (JPC) members called on young people to join the JPC scheme since it not only assists them in establishing positive values but also helps train them to become future leaders. Eastern JPC member Fung Yin-cheung and Sham Shui Po member Cheung Mei- kuen, the recipients of the JPC Leader Award and JPC Member Award respec tively, were commended for their remarkable achievements in the fight against crime and community services at the presentation ceremony of the Hongkong Bank JPC Awards 2000. Fung Yin-cheung, a Form Seven student, joined the Eastern JPC in 1998 and helped co-ordinate activities since he became the vice-chairman of the JPC Council in 1999. His key to be a successful lead er is to serve the community with enthusiasm and civic-mindedness, which are the major forces to motivate him and to convince others to create a better community. Mei-kuen, a Form Six student, has achieved outstanding academic results despite her numerous extra-curricular activities. She also displays great interests in athletics. Representing her school in bas ketball and table tennis contests, she is the habitual winner. The JPC scheme was founded in 1974 to strengthen the communications between police and the youths, encourage a police-youth partnership in the fight against crime, promote civic responsibilities among teenagers and provide young people with a wide range of cultural and recreational activities during their leisure.