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Titus Wong Koon-ho

Police chief warns officers of dangers of gaining 'face'

Gaining some "face" isn't worth your job, your pension and a jail term. That's the message the police force has sent to its members after the jailing of former Wan Chai divisional commander Titus Wong Koon-ho for receiving discounts and whisky from a restaurant.

Saturday, 15 June, 2013, 4:06am

A Bad Week for ... , June 9, 2013

Titus Wong Koon-ho, the former Wan Chai divisional police commander, was jailed for a year for misconduct and accused of lying in court.

9 Jun 2013 - 2:40am

Former Wan Chai police chief is jailed for a year for misconduct

A former Wan Chai divisional police commander was jailed for a year for misconduct in public office yesterday and accused by a magistrate of telling lies in court.

Adriana Tse condemned Superintendent Titus Wong Koon-ho, 51, for showing no remorse during the trial and said he had given the worst testimony she had heard during her years as a magistrate.

7 Jun 2013 - 3:55am 2 comments

Officer guilty of taking discounts and free liquor

A former Wan Chai police chief was convicted of misconduct in public office yesterday for getting discounts and liquor from a restaurant. The court has ordered further investigations as more officers are suspected to be involved.

29 Aug 2013 - 4:13am