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54 arrested in Mong Kok riot

Police have arrested 54 people involved in the Mong Kok riot. Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo strongly condemned the rioters' unlawful behavior.

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Mong Kok riot condemned

The Government has strongly condemned last night's mob violence in Mong Kok which saw three people arrested and three Police officers injured.

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Forces volunteers help out seniors

The Security Bureau has rallied 56 staff from its six disciplined forces to help seniors living alone with their traditional Lunar New Year house cleaning.

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Police again request Lee Bo meeting

Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo says the police are continuing to follow up on Causeway Bay bookseller Lee Bo’s case, despite Mr Lee stating in a letter that he did not need to meet with Hong Kong officials.

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Police officer's death probed

Police are investigating the death of an officer in Chai Wan.

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CE inspects new recruits

Chief Executive CY Leung has praised the Police Force’s outstanding performance in crime prevention and crime fighting, which he said made Hong Kong one of the safest cities in the world.

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39 arrested in cigarette raids

Customs officers have arrested 39 people and seized two million illicit cigarettes worth $5.3 million, and with a duty potential of $3.8 million, in a two-week citywide operation.

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8 arrested for illegal work

Immigration and Police officers have arrested eight people for illegal work offences at several Lunar New Year fairs.

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Another bookseller reply received

Police have received another reply letter from the Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department's Interpol Guangdong Liaison Office regarding the missing person case involving people from a Causeway Bay bookstore.

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Customs cases down 9%

Customs-related crime cases dropped 9% year-on-year to 18,611 in 2015, Commissioner of Customs & Excise Roy Tang says.

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Custodial population falls 4%

The Correctional Services Department has reported a fall in the number of people in custody, amid a decline in the crime rate.

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Copyright caution at New Year fairs

Customs officers have distributed pamphlets to stall operators at various Lunar New Year fairs reminding them not to sell counterfeit goods.

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Parallel trading action strengthened

Law enforcement agencies have stepped up joint actions against parallel trading activities in North District to prepare for the peak travelling season during the Lunar New Year.

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8.3m holiday travellers forecast

The Immigration Department estimates 8.32 million passengers will pass through land, sea and air immigration checkpoints during the Lunar New Year holiday period, up 2.3% on last year.

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3 arrested for renovation fraud

Customs officers have arrested three people for applying false trade descriptions.

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Asylum strategy to be reviewed

The Government will launch a comprehensive review of the strategy in handling non-refoulement claims, Director of Immigration Chan Kwok-ki says.

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Repatriation deal signed

Secretary for Security TK Lai and Mongolia’s Minister for Justice Dambii Dorligjav have signed the Agreement on Transfer of Sentenced Persons.

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Driver arrested for fatal accident

Police have arrested a truck driver after his vehicle reportedly struck and killed a 60-year-old cyclist in Kwun Tong.

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4 arrested for cocaine haul

Customs officers arrested four people after finding 48kg of cocaine worth $51.6 million in Tsing Yi on January 27.

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Non-refoulement review needed

A comprehensive review of the strategy of handling non-refoulement claims is needed, as the number of claimants has increased significantly, Secretary for Security TK Lai says.

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