A police officer swings his baton as he restrains a protester outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong early on June 10. Photo: AFPA police officer swings his baton as he restrains a protester outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong early on June 10. Photo: AFP
A police officer swings his baton as he restrains a protester outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong early on June 10. Photo: AFP

Letters | Hong Kong police should admit when they are wrong if they want to have our trust

  • From searching hospitals to beating unarmed protesters, Hong Kong’s police have been caught doing wrong and their defensive reactions to criticism aren’t helping
Topic |   Hong Kong police
A police officer swings his baton as he restrains a protester outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong early on June 10. Photo: AFPA police officer swings his baton as he restrains a protester outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong early on June 10. Photo: AFP
A police officer swings his baton as he restrains a protester outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong early on June 10. Photo: AFP
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