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Junior Police Officers' Association

Police probe handbill and whistle protest incidents

Police are investigating whether protesters are criminally liable for covering a police motorbike with handbills and blowing a whistle close to an officer's ear, during the July 1 march.

Wednesday, 11 July, 2012, 12:00am

Police protest rent plan

Police representatives walked out of a meeting with the Security Bureau in protest against proposals to sell police rental quarters to fund an expansion of the civil servants' Home Purchase Scheme.

23 Feb 2001 - 12:00am

Pay row letter from Patten angers officers

Junior police officers have expressed anger at the out-going Governor Chris Patten for leaving their pay row to the future government without any clear directive.

Secretary for Civil Service Lam Woon-kwong yesterday promised to meet the officers' representatives on July 10 to avoid escalating the dispute, which has been dragging on for three years.

24 Jun 1997 - 12:00am

Police deserve a pay review

Just a few days before the Junior Police Officers' Association (JPOA) found out that its request for a pay review had been turned down, the public were treated to more good news. Hong Kong's already low crime rate had fallen yet again. I believe most of our citizens have long concluded that our public peace has something to do with our loyal, dedicated and dauntless police force.

21 Jan 1997 - 12:00am

Police in call to work fewer hours

JUNIOR police officers will request their 51-hour working week be cut by seven hours to bring them in line with other civil servants.

Force managers rejected a similar demand of the Junior Police Officers' Association in 1992, blaming manpower shortages.

The association is renewing its request after the management reported junior officers were up to strength.

11 Mar 1996 - 12:00am

Police seek pledge

POLICE are to raise concern about their housing during meetings with Chinese officials in Beijing.

25 Feb 1994 - 12:00am