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Corrections chief attends last parade

Commissioner of Correctional Services Yau Chi-chiu has officiated at a graduation parade for officers who have completed their training with the Correctional Services Department.

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Ruling vindicates DoJ’s decision

The Court of Appeal’s ruling to jail three activists vindicates the Department of Justice’s decision to seek a review of their original sentences.

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Lawful expression urged

The Department of Justice has called on the public to respect the law when exercising their rights, and not over-step the boundary allowed under the law.

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CS opens fight-crime camp

Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung has launched the Junior Police Call Fight Crime Summer Camp at Wu Kwai Sha Youth Village.

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600 crossbows seized

Customs officers have seized 600 crossbows worth $1.38 million at Lok Ma Chau Control Point.

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Howard Lam probe underway

Police will investigate the case involving Democratic Party member Howard Lam in accordance with established procedures, Secretary for Security John Lee says.

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John Lee to visit GZ, SZ

Secretary for Security John Lee will visit Guangzhou and Shenzhen from tomorrow to August 16 to meet Mainland officials.

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CE opens youth camp

Chief Executive Carrie Lam has opened the Junior Police Call Permanent Activity Centre & Integrated Youth Training Camp in Pat Heung.

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22 arrested for illicit cigarettes

Customs officers have arrested 22 people and seized 1.87 million illicit cigarettes in a week-long operation.

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Driver arrested for diamond smuggling

Customs officers have arrested a 61-year-old man after seizing diamonds worth $5.5 million.

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Man jailed for illegal work

A man has been jailed by Sha Tin Magistracy for employing an illegal worker.

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Co-location clears security risks

The co-location arrangement for the Hong Kong Section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link will ensure there is a clear delineation of laws and jurisdictions between the Mainland and Hong Kong, and will address security risks.

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Beat Drugs Fund applications open

The Beat Drugs Fund is inviting grant applications for its 2017 funding exercise until September 15.

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Proper use of 999 urged

Police have urged the public to use the 999 hotline for emergencies only.

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Co-location prevents uncertainties

Secretary for Security John Lee says the co-location plan for the Hong Kong Section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link can prevent legal uncertainties.

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Auxiliary Police deputy appointed

Cheng Man-sum will be Deputy Commandant of the Auxiliary Police Force from July 13.

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Human trafficking meeting opens

Permanent Secretary for Security Marion Lai has opened the European Expert Workshop on Trafficking in Persons 2017.

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Rail plan to be fine-tuned

Liaison teams will be formed to fine tune the co-location plan for the Hong Kong Section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link, Secretary for Security John Lee says.

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Crime hits record low

Hong Kong’s law and order situation improved in the first half of 2017 with 28,309 crime cases recorded, the lowest figure for the period since 1979.

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John Lee visits Sha Tin

Secretary for Security John Lee has visited elderly and needy families in Sha Tin under the Celebrations for All project.

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