Rally objection explained

Police today explained why they issued a letter of objection for a public procession planned for this Sunday in Kowloon.   Police Public Relations Branch Acting...

Homicide suspect to surrender

The Chief Executive received a letter from Chan Tong-kai today expressing that he has decided to surrender himself to Taiwan for his alleged involvement...

Gov’t regrets US bill

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government today expressed regret over the passage of the Hong Kong Human Rights & Democracy Act by the...

2 arrested for possessing explosives

Police yesterday arrested two men aged 17 and 23 for unlawful assembly, possession of explosives and possession of offensive weapons.   At a press conference today,...

Public concerns to be addressed

(To watch the video with sign language interpretation, click here.)   Chief Executive Carrie Lam today said her Policy Address outlines measures to deal with issues of...

Radical means prolong conflict

Radical means cannot help heal the rift in society but perpetuate the ongoing conflicts.   Police Public Relations Branch Acting Chief Superintendent Kong Wing-cheung made the...

Police condemn rioters’ acts

Police today strongly condemned rioters who disregarded law and order and breached public peace on October 13.   A large group of masked rioters committed destructive...

Injunction order to protect Police

Police today announced that it sought assistance from the Department of Justice to apply for an injunction order for Disciplined Services Quarters and Police...

US senator’s remarks unfounded: CE

Chief Executive Carrie Lam today said remarks by a US senator describing Hong Kong as becoming a police state are unfounded.   Speaking to reporters ahead...

Help protect rule of law

Police today said rioters and criminals are destroying Hong Kong’s rule of law and called on citizens to help bring the city back on...

Police access rights explained

Police have the right to enter any premises upon reasonable doubt that a crime has occurred.   The force issued a statement today in response to...

Police probe blackmail cases

Police today said they received reports earlier this month of commercial businesses being blackmailed by a group claiming to be a democratic alliance.   At a press conference today,...

Victims urged to call Police

An escalation of violence by rioters has plunged Hong Kong into a panic situation and any citizen who falls victim to criminal acts should...

Police refute malicious claims

Police today said malicious rumours are being spread to discredit the force.   Speaking to reporters today, Police Public Relations Branch Acting Chief Superintendent Kong Wing-cheung...

Gov’t condemns masked rioters

The Government today strongly condemned masked rioters' acts in a number of areas in Kowloon, which breached public peace and jeopardised people’s safety.   In a...

Human rights respected: SJ

The Chief Executive in Council decided to invoke the power under the Emergency Regulations Ordinance and make a new regulation of Prohibition on Face...

Gov’t introduces anti-mask law

(To watch the video with sign language interpretation, click here.)   The Government will ban people from covering up their faces in unlawful and unauthorised assemblies...

Anti-mask law gazetted

The Prohibition on Face Covering Regulation to ban people from covering up their faces in public meetings and processions regulated under the Public Order...

Freedoms respected: SJ

Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng today said there should be no cause for concern over the Prohibition on Face Covering Regulation undermining freedom of expression...

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