Police use force on people inside an MTR train at Prince Edward station in August. Photo: Handout Police use force on people inside an MTR train at Prince Edward station in August. Photo: Handout
Police use force on people inside an MTR train at Prince Edward station in August. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong protests: no systemic problem with policing, but room to improve, watchdog concludes

  • In long-awaited report, Independent Police Complaints Council says officers only used force in reaction to last year’s violent disturbances
  • Recommendations include review of operational command structure, more training for officers, and clear guidelines on the use of weapons

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Police use force on people inside an MTR train at Prince Edward station in August. Photo: Handout Police use force on people inside an MTR train at Prince Edward station in August. Photo: Handout
Police use force on people inside an MTR train at Prince Edward station in August. Photo: Handout
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