Commissioner of Police, Stephen Lo meets the press as he presents his round-up of the 2018 crime situation at Police Headquarters in Wan Chai. Photo: Felix Wong
Commissioner of Police, Stephen Lo meets the press as he presents his round-up of the 2018 crime situation at Police Headquarters in Wan Chai. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong police chief blames ‘bad apples’ for rise in number of officers arrested in 2018, while defending ‘integrity of the force’

  • Commissioner Stephen Lo ‘aggrieved and saddened’ by 45 arrests but values integrity of vast majority of officers
  • Lo also refuses to condemn former superintendent Frankly Chu, who lost appeal against conviction for assaulting bystander during 2014 Occupy protests

Commissioner of Police, Stephen Lo meets the press as he presents his round-up of the 2018 crime situation at Police Headquarters in Wan Chai. Photo: Felix Wong
Commissioner of Police, Stephen Lo meets the press as he presents his round-up of the 2018 crime situation at Police Headquarters in Wan Chai. Photo: Felix Wong
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