A group of police officers patrol outside government headquarters in Admiralty. Photo: May TseA group of police officers patrol outside government headquarters in Admiralty. Photo: May Tse
A group of police officers patrol outside government headquarters in Admiralty. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong national security law: police to slash riot squad numbers as legislation quells threat of civil unrest

  • Two-thirds of those in 6,000-strong squad expect to return to normal duties from Sunday
  • Remaining officers will continue to be stationed at politically sensitive locations around the city

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A group of police officers patrol outside government headquarters in Admiralty. Photo: May TseA group of police officers patrol outside government headquarters in Admiralty. Photo: May Tse
A group of police officers patrol outside government headquarters in Admiralty. Photo: May Tse
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