A bill seeking to align Hong Kong's anti-money laundering and counter-financing of terrorism regime with prevailing international standards as prescribed by the Financial Action Task Force will be gazetted on February 24.
Over 100 parents have attended an anti-drug event, pledging to help their children stay away from drugs.
Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo says he is saddened by the recent court case that saw seven policemen jailed, and assured that the force is committed to maintaining Hong Kong's law and order.
Twenty-eight probationary inspectors and 248 recruit constables have graduated from the Police College.
Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen has called for rational comments on court verdicts, warning that inappropriate criticism could have legal ramifications.
Sixteen station officers, 67 firemen and 45 ambulancemen have graduated from the Fire & Ambulance Services Academy.
The Customs & Excise Department has signed a co-operative arrangement with its Indonesian counterpart to enhance administrative assistance to fight transnational crime.
Secretary for Security TK Lai will lead a delegation to visit Guangzhou and Shenzhen on February 15 and 16.
Two illegal workers from Pakistan and India have been jailed for 15 months by Sha Tin Magistracy.
Police have charged a 60-year-old man for the MTR arson attack on February 10.
The Government will conduct a comprehensive review of MTR safety in the wake of the arson attack in Tsim Sha Tsui Station that left 18 people injured.
Police have arrested a 60-year-old man for the arson attack in Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station that injured 18 people.
A Hong Kong resident who arranged bogus marriages has been sentenced to 21 months' imprisonment for conspiracy to defraud at the District Court.
A 47-year-old Vietnamese illegal worker has been jailed for 15 months by Sha Tin Magistracy.
Police have issued more than 1,400 summonses to pedestrians breaching road rules during a safety campaign.
A revamped building in Tai Lam Centre for Women has opened to alleviate the overcrowding problem of high-security-risk women in custody, Commissioner of Correctional Services Yau Chi-chiu says.
Police will strictly enforce traffic laws in a citywide campaign targeting pedestrians from February 4 to 8 to boost road-safety awareness.
Police have urged the public to use the 999 hotline for emergencies only.
Police have refuted media reports of its alleged involvement in an incident on January 27 concerning a Mainland citizen in Hong Kong.
Immigration officers have arrested 21 illegal workers and 12 employers in citywide raids.