A protester is escorted by undercover police officers after he tries to stop Chief Executive Carrie Lam's motorcade on September 26. Photo: Reuters A protester is escorted by undercover police officers after he tries to stop Chief Executive Carrie Lam's motorcade on September 26. Photo: Reuters
A protester is escorted by undercover police officers after he tries to stop Chief Executive Carrie Lam's motorcade on September 26. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Nearly half of Hong Kong has zero trust in police, but Carrie Lam insists it isn’t a problem

  • Decades ago, the founding of the ICAC transformed Hong Kong police into a respected institution. Carrie Lam has undone all that in one summer, but still fails to recognise the danger of a ballooning trust deficit in society

Topic |   Hong Kong police
A protester is escorted by undercover police officers after he tries to stop Chief Executive Carrie Lam's motorcade on September 26. Photo: Reuters A protester is escorted by undercover police officers after he tries to stop Chief Executive Carrie Lam's motorcade on September 26. Photo: Reuters
A protester is escorted by undercover police officers after he tries to stop Chief Executive Carrie Lam's motorcade on September 26. Photo: Reuters
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