Youth crime sparks concern

Police today expressed alarm that criminals encouraged youngsters to commit crimes over the weekend, revealing the spread of lawlessness among juveniles.   Police Public Relations Branch Chief...

Peaceful Jan 1 rally urged

Police today urged those taking part in a major public event, proposed by the Civil Human Rights Front scheduled for January 1, to be...

Complaint mechanism firm

Police today clarified that they have a well-established mechanism to deal with complaints.   Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Kwok Ka-chuen made the remarks at...

Unlawful, immoral acts condemned

Police strongly condemned rioters who inflicted extensive damage on various shopping centres in Sheung Shui and Kowloon Bay over the past two days.   At today’s...

Police deny rumour

Police today rebutted a rumour that accused police officers of smashing the glass of a bank this afternoon.   The Force pointed out that at around...

DoJ reacts to vandalism, insults

Personal attacks and insults against judges would severely undermine the authority of the courts and damage public confidence in the judicial system, the Department...

Rioters’ acts strongly condemned

The Government today strongly condemned rioters for breaching public peace on New Year’s Day.   In a statement, the Government said rioters conducted violent and illegal...

Police decry acts of vandalism

Masked rioters hijacked the January 1 public procession and committed alarming acts of vandalism.   Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Kwok Ka-chuen made the statement...

Customs rejects online rumours

Customs today rejected online rumours claiming that Police arrested a customs officer following the seizure of arms in the officer's locker.   The department expressed regret...

HK sees more crime in 2019

The Government today announced that Hong Kong recorded more crimes in the first 11 months of 2019 compared to the same period in 2018...

Gov’t strongly opposes US report

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government today reiterated that foreign governments should not interfere in the city’s internal affairs.   The Hong Kong SAR Government...

34 immigration offenders arrested

Immigration officers arrested 25 suspected illegal workers and nine suspected employers in citywide raids from January 6 to 9.   The offenders were arrested at 31...

Customs arrest fitness centre staff

Customs have smashed four fitness centres and arrested 16 people for engaging in unfair trade practices in contravention of the Trade Descriptions Ordinance in an...

Red travel alert issued on Iran

The Government issued a Red Outbound Travel Alert today on Iran due to the latest situation there.   It said Hong Kong people should avoid non-essential...

CSD’s 100th anniversary event held

Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung today officiated at the Kick-off Ceremony of Celebration Events & Carnival for 100th Anniversary of the Correctional Services Department.   The event...

2020 legal year opens

The ceremonial opening of the legal year 2020 was held at City Hall in Central today.   Chief Justice Geoffrey Ma inspected the Ceremonial Guard mounted...

Early stoppage of rally justified

Police today cited public safety as the reason behind its decision to cut short a public procession on New Year’s Day.   During a press conference in the...

Police use of force is lawful

Police officers are accountable for the force they use and their supervisors ensure that the use of force is lawful, the Government said today.   The...

Police to probe displayed ID case

Police announced that it will examine a case in which an officer showed a reporter’s identity card in front of a camera.   At today’s press conference,...

Police urge for rational dialogue

Police today said some people have been misled by fake news and misinformation and urged for dialogue.   Speaking to reporters at a press conference in the...

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