Speeding is an offence whose severity has often been overlooked. Those behind the wheel do not feel they are jeopardising their life and others' when they step on the pedal. Sadly, sometimes they realise the truth too late.Tuesday, 4 September, 2012, 11:51pm
Facial-recognition technology being developed by Hong Kong academics has caught the eye of the city's police chiefs.
The force has expressed interest in a University of Hong Kong study intended to develop software that would identify people whose faces are partially covered or disguised in photographs or videos.15 Aug 2012 - 11:30pm
Hong Kong has a reputation for being a safe place. Any modern aid to effective law enforcement that helps our police keep it that way is to be welcomed, as long as respect is shown for the rights and freedoms we value just as much as our safety.15 Aug 2012 - 11:30pm
Police Commissioner Andy Tsang Wai-hung tried to play down fears about a controversial scheme to fit officers in the tactical and emergency units with body-cameras.
He said only behaviour that breached the law and public order during protests would be filmed in the proposed trial.
News of the scheme has led to privacy fears.15 Aug 2012 - 11:14pm
Frontline police officers in Hong Kong will be fitted with body-cameras after recent complaints about their handling of demonstrators.
As part of a three-month trial, an undisclosed number of officers in the specialist police tactical unit and key Kowloon West emergency units will be fitted with the mini-cameras as early as this week.15 Aug 2012 - 11:03pm
About 100 people gathered under close police watch for about 20 minutes yesterday afternoon to mourn those killed in last weekend's floods in Beijing.
Despite the police presence, a small group of people began to gather at about 2pm at the Guangqumen Bridge, where several of the 77 known victims drowned.29 Jul 2012 - 12:00am
About 1,400 newly appointed county-level police chiefs are in Beijing for a month of training courses on preserving stability, in the sensitive lead-up to the 18th Communist Party Congress in the autumn.10 Jul 2012 - 12:00am
Guangdong plans to spend more than 12 billion yuan (HK$14.7 billion) to almost double the number of digital surveillance cameras to 2 million in an effort to curb crime and better manage the migrant population.
Police said the hi-tech cameras could recognise faces and vehicle licence plates, analyse the flow of people and identify unusual gatherings in the province.15 Jun 2012 - 12:00am
Democrat chairman Ho nominated for super seat27 May 2012 - 12:00am
The police will only restrict journalists covering an event to a specified 'media zone' under special circumstances, the city's police chief told media workers yesterday, a decision hailed as a breakthrough in efforts to ensure press freedom.5 May 2012 - 12:00am