|Name Cho Hyun-oh||Other work Police academy|
|Born May 15, 1955 (age 60) (1955-05-15) Busan, South Korea|
Awards Presidential Award (1998) Guenjeongpojang (2005)
Rank Commissioner of the National Police Agency
Cho Hyun-oh (born May 15, 1955) is the former commissioner of the National Police Agency of South Korea. He was born in Busan and graduated from Korea University. He expressed his decision to resign over a controversial Murder case in Suwon.
Incheon Gangster Crisis
Cho Hyun-oh was criticized for the police's mishandling of a massive brawl between the police and gangsters on October 21, 2011 in Incheon.
Cho Hyun-oh was criticized for personally promoting a close associate within the police hierarchy.