Commissioner of Police Chris Tang Ping-keung is right to be “outraged” by his officers’ alleged illegal acts and the unfair and hurtful reflection they have cast on the vast majority of their colleagues. Photo: Nora Tam Commissioner of Police Chris Tang Ping-keung is right to be “outraged” by his officers’ alleged illegal acts and the unfair and hurtful reflection they have cast on the vast majority of their colleagues. Photo: Nora Tam
Commissioner of Police Chris Tang Ping-keung is right to be “outraged” by his officers’ alleged illegal acts and the unfair and hurtful reflection they have cast on the vast majority of their colleagues. Photo: Nora Tam
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Integrity office can restore faith in Hong Kong police

  • The new unit will be an exercise worth its weight in gold to the force’s public image at a time when it needs it most

Commissioner of Police Chris Tang Ping-keung is right to be “outraged” by his officers’ alleged illegal acts and the unfair and hurtful reflection they have cast on the vast majority of their colleagues. Photo: Nora Tam Commissioner of Police Chris Tang Ping-keung is right to be “outraged” by his officers’ alleged illegal acts and the unfair and hurtful reflection they have cast on the vast majority of their colleagues. Photo: Nora Tam
Commissioner of Police Chris Tang Ping-keung is right to be “outraged” by his officers’ alleged illegal acts and the unfair and hurtful reflection they have cast on the vast majority of their colleagues. Photo: Nora Tam
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