Wong Sio Chak
Secretary for Security of Macau
Assumed office
20 December 2014
Chief ExecutiveFernando Chui
Ho Iat Seng
Preceded byCheong Kuoc Vá
Personal details
BornSeptember 1968
Guangdong, China
NationalityPeople's Republic of China (Macau)
Alma materPeking University
OccupationCivil servant
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Wong Sio Chak (Chinese: 黃少澤; born September 1968) is a Macau politician who is the current Secretary for Security of Macau, fourth most senior government official in Macau.[1]

Early life

Wong was born in Guangdong province on September 1968. He received a bachelor's and doctorate degrees in law from Peking University.


Working at the Judicial Police, Wong was a senior technician in 1994 and judicial auditor in 1994-1995. In 1997, he was appointed prosecutor at the Prosecution Service. At the Judiciary Police, he was appointed as Deputy Director in 1998 and acting Director in 1999. He was appointed Deputy Prosecutor-General of the Public Prosecution Office in March 2000 and appointed Director of Judiciary Police in November 2000.

Personal life

Wong is married with two daughters.


  1. ^ Marques, Renato (28 August 2017). "Security Chief Gives Full Marks on Post-Typhoon Recovery Works". Macau Daily Times. Retrieved 29 August 2017.
Preceded byCheong Kuoc Vá Secretary for Security of Macau 2014- Succeeded byIncumbent