Police officers carry out an ID check on a boy outside Prince Edward MTR station on August 31, as anti-government protesters gathered to mark the first anniversary of the “831” incident. Photo: Winson Wong Police officers carry out an ID check on a boy outside Prince Edward MTR station on August 31, as anti-government protesters gathered to mark the first anniversary of the “831” incident. Photo: Winson Wong
Police officers carry out an ID check on a boy outside Prince Edward MTR station on August 31, as anti-government protesters gathered to mark the first anniversary of the “831” incident. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | Hong Kong’s slide down law and order ranking surprises none

  • Controversies over policing have angered society, vaporised trust and are further hurting a struggling economy, as investors are put off

Topic |   Hong Kong police
Police officers carry out an ID check on a boy outside Prince Edward MTR station on August 31, as anti-government protesters gathered to mark the first anniversary of the “831” incident. Photo: Winson Wong Police officers carry out an ID check on a boy outside Prince Edward MTR station on August 31, as anti-government protesters gathered to mark the first anniversary of the “831” incident. Photo: Winson Wong
Police officers carry out an ID check on a boy outside Prince Edward MTR station on August 31, as anti-government protesters gathered to mark the first anniversary of the “831” incident. Photo: Winson Wong
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