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Notification arrangements signed

New arrangements on the notification mechanism between Hong Kong and the Mainland have been signed. They will take effect on February 1.

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Man arrested for smuggling

Customs officers have arrested a 35-year-old man after seizing smuggled electronic products and pangolin scales worth $10 million in Tai Po.

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Smart Departure service extended

The Immigration Department will extend its Smart Departure service for visitors from December 14.

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1,240 booked for jaywalking

Police have issued 1,240 summonses and 27 verbal warnings to pedestrians breaching road traffic regulations during a week-long pedestrian safety operation.

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John Lee to visit Beijing

Secretary for Security John Lee will leave for Beijing to visit the Ministry of Public Security.

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John Lee visits Southern District

Secretary for Security John Lee has visited Southern District to inspect community facilities.

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Human smuggling meeting held

Secretary for Security John Lee has chaired the fifth Guangdong-Hong Kong meeting on combatting the smuggling of illegal immigrants in Shenzhen with Chen Dingwu, Director-General of the Ministry of Public Security's Border Control Department.

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Pedestrian safety campaign set

Police will strictly enforce traffic laws in a citywide campaign targeting pedestrians from December 8 to 12 to boost road-safety awareness.

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Driver arrested for gold smuggling

Customs officers have arrested a 31-year-old man at Shenzhen Bay Control Point after seizing 35 gold slabs from the vehicle he was driving.

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John Lee to attend Shenzhen meeting

Secretary for Security John Lee will attend a joint working group meeting in Shenzhen on combating the smuggling of illegal immigrants across the Hong Kong-Guangdong boundary.

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Assault victims urged to speak out

Secretary for Security John Lee has urged victims of sexual harassment or assault to lodge a report or complaint with Police or the Equal Opportunities Commission.

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Man arrested in Singles' Day seizure

Customs officers have arrested one person and seized drugs, counterfeit goods and unlicensed pharmaceuticals worth more than $5.5 million from airmail and express cargo at the airport during the Singles' Day sales period.

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John Lee urges dating vigilance

Secretary for Security John Lee has called on the public to be cautious with people they have only known for a short while through social media.

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CE commends Police

Chief Executive Carrie Lam has commended the Police for maintaining Hong Kong's rule of law, integrity and law and order.

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2 arrested in counterfeit drug haul

Customs officers have arrested two men after seizing counterfeit pills and controlled medicines worth $1.72 million.

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2.6m illicit cigarettes seized

Customs officers have seized 2.6 million illicit cigarettes at the River Trade Terminal Cargo Examination Compound in Tuen Mun.

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Riding to the rescue

Cycling in the countryside is a popular pastime in Hong Kong. However, accidents can happen and riders can get hurt. When they do, swift help is at hand thanks to the Auxiliary Medical Service First Aid Bicycle Team.

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40 good citizens awarded

Forty citizens who helped Police fight crime have been commended at the Good Citizen Award Presentation Ceremony.

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