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Eric Lockeyear

Impartial?

MR Eric Lockeyear, for the Commissioner of Police, successfully evaded my questions in his letter headlined, 'Why complaint was passed back to station' (South China Morning Post, April 29).

The questions I put in my letter (Post, April 12) were simple.

Thursday, 25 May, 1995, 12:00am

Impartial?

MR Eric Lockeyear, for the Commissioner of Police, successfully evaded my questions in his letter headlined, 'Why complaint was passed back to station' (South China Morning Post, April 29).

The questions I put in my letter (Post, April 12) were simple.

25 May 1995 - 12:00am

Fall in women police recruits

THE number of women seeking careers in the police has dropped by 35 per cent this year at a time when force managers want to broaden the female profile in major operational functions.

Latest police figures show between January and June, 1,195 fewer women sought to join as recruit constables than in 1993.

13 Jul 1994 - 12:00am

Dial again

WE regret the problem your correspondent had in contacting police to report a traffic light malfunction in Kwun Tong on January 4 (South China Morning Post, January 7). Unfortunately he/she had been given a telephone number used only in office hours.

12 Jan 1994 - 12:00am

Clamp on taxi drivers

TED Thomas (South China Morning Post, October 14) can be assured that the police are indeed taking action to crack down on errant taxi drivers. Nearly 1,000 drivers have been prosecuted so far this year, with dozens more cases in the pipeline following police operations in Kowloon and on the Island over the last few weeks.

18 Oct 1993 - 12:00am

Lockeyear edged out by Switzerland

HONG Kong's Eric Lockeyear narrowly failed in his bid for successive victories at the World Police Offshore yachting series in Kiel, Germany, yesterday.

The territory skippered by Lockeyear - who won the title two years ago in England - was third in the final event of the six-race series to finish second overall to winners Switzerland by only a quarter point.

11 Sep 1993 - 12:00am

HK team back in with a chance

HONG Kong's Eric Lockeyear and his five-man crew hauled themselves back from disqualification in the opening race of the World Police Offshore yachting series to be on the threshold of back-to-back victories in Kiel, Germany, yesterday.

10 Sep 1993 - 12:00am