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  1. Helping prevent crime

    Posted Aug 18th 2007, 12:00am by Bernard Wan

    ... prevent crime in Hong Kong. My managerial and coaching roles aside, a major part of my duty is to look for new security products and develop effective security solutions to offer our customers. ...

  2. Guangzhou's crime rate drops 10pc

    Posted Mar 23rd 2007, 12:00am by Ivan Zhai

    ... to put the public at ease. Yang Jianguang, a law professor at Sun Yat-sen University, attributed the lower rate to hi-tech crime fighting. In the past two years, police have set up thousands of cameras in commercial districts, including shopping centres. Professor Yang said they were a deterrent to criminals. 'Criminals might fear to commit crimes when they know the cameras ...

  3. Providing service, and with a smile, too

    Posted Aug 18th 2007, 12:00am by Bernard Wan

    ... service remains the watch and ward duty to prevent crimes and protect properties, increased emphasis is being placed on the service level and how the service is delivered.' The security ...

  4. In harm's way

    Posted Oct 12th 2007, 12:00am by Bill Smith

    ... businesses are no different from hatchet men in organised crime rings,' he said. Official control over the industry has become harder as the number of unregistered guards has soared. ... justice. Older people in urban areas often back any effort to curb the rise in petty crime. Professor He said that as the industry continued to expand, violence involving private security guards ...

  5. Impossible for firms to defend against all risks

    Posted Jul 07th 2007, 12:00am by Norma Connolly

    ... It's a nuisance crime and there's virtually nothing you could do about it,' Mr Elmer said. Another security specialist, Steve Vickers, a former senior police officer, said advance ... were carried out. The Organised Crime and Triad Bureau is investigating. ...

  6. Smile for the camera

    Posted May 07th 2007, 12:00am by David Wilson

    ... DAVID WILSON Surveillance cameras are inherently smart because, instead of screaming, they show who you are up against, paving the way for a considered reaction- be it unleashing the dogs or calling the cops. No wonder internet-ready security cameras are ...

  7. Economic crime plagues 26pc of HK companies

    Posted Oct 17th 2007, 12:00am by Enoch Yiu

    ... Enoch Yiu One out of four Hong Kong companies and 33 per cent of companies investing in the mainland suffered losses from fraud or other economic crimes in the past two years, according ... said they had been victims of commercial crime over the past two years, up from 22 per cent in 2005. On average, each of those Hong Kong firms lost US$618,000 from the crimes and had to pay ...

  8. Crime busters do it for the good of the city

    Posted Feb 10th 2007, 12:00am by Caitlin Wong

    ... with the Corruption Prevention Department, responsible for providing corruption prevention advice and assistance to government and private sector organisations. Mr Law holds bachelor's and master's ...

  9. Net group to search for missing persons, help with unsolved crimes

    Posted Apr 30th 2007, 12:00am by Barclay Crawford

    ... witnesses and information in such cases. One of our notable objectives is to raise public awareness on preventing crime.' A spokesman for the Hong Kong police force said officers had yet ... to missing persons and unsolved crimes. The website will be launched by Singapore's Crime Library, which has been operating since 2001 in the island state and claims to have found 200 missing ...

  10. Two more murders highlight Guangdong's bloody crime rate

    Posted Jan 16th 2007, 12:00am by Ivan Zhai

    ... and the neighbouring city of Foshan in the past few days following last week's grisly discovery of body parts mailed to three different mainland cities. Guangdong has been battling serious crime rates for many years, due in large part to its huge migrant workforce and high proportion of rented housing. Police have staged many crackdowns over the years but rampant crime continues to make ...




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