Riot police stand on a footbridge after dispersing protesters, following a rally at Chater Garden in Hong Kong’s Central district on October 14. A detailed investigation is sorely needed to examine why police policies have not been effective in facilitating proper conduct. Photo: EPA-EFE Riot police stand on a footbridge after dispersing protesters, following a rally at Chater Garden in Hong Kong’s Central district on October 14. A detailed investigation is sorely needed to examine why police policies have not been effective in facilitating proper conduct. Photo: EPA-EFE
Riot police stand on a footbridge after dispersing protesters, following a rally at Chater Garden in Hong Kong’s Central district on October 14. A detailed investigation is sorely needed to examine why police policies have not been effective in facilitating proper conduct. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | Hong Kong protests: an independent inquiry on police conduct will take time, as it should

  • Any investigation must do a thorough job of finding out why police conduct has not always complied with their own guidelines. A lengthy inquiry is a no reason for rejecting protesters’ demand for a probe

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Riot police stand on a footbridge after dispersing protesters, following a rally at Chater Garden in Hong Kong’s Central district on October 14. A detailed investigation is sorely needed to examine why police policies have not been effective in facilitating proper conduct. Photo: EPA-EFE Riot police stand on a footbridge after dispersing protesters, following a rally at Chater Garden in Hong Kong’s Central district on October 14. A detailed investigation is sorely needed to examine why police policies have not been effective in facilitating proper conduct. Photo: EPA-EFE
Riot police stand on a footbridge after dispersing protesters, following a rally at Chater Garden in Hong Kong’s Central district on October 14. A detailed investigation is sorely needed to examine why police policies have not been effective in facilitating proper conduct. Photo: EPA-EFE
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