Riot police arrive in Tsuen Wan to clear the area of anti-government protesters. Photo: Edmond SoRiot police arrive in Tsuen Wan to clear the area of anti-government protesters. Photo: Edmond So
Riot police arrive in Tsuen Wan to clear the area of anti-government protesters. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong protests: can other disciplined services lend manpower support to city’s beleaguered police force?

  • Idea of sharing resources floated in meeting with all heads of city’s disciplined departments and security chief John Lee
  • Senior law enforcement source fears proposal will bring ‘collateral damage’ to other services, subjecting them to same hatred police are facing

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Riot police arrive in Tsuen Wan to clear the area of anti-government protesters. Photo: Edmond SoRiot police arrive in Tsuen Wan to clear the area of anti-government protesters. Photo: Edmond So
Riot police arrive in Tsuen Wan to clear the area of anti-government protesters. Photo: Edmond So
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