Most officers seconded to anti-riot teams have returned to normal duties. Photo: Felix WongMost officers seconded to anti-riot teams have returned to normal duties. Photo: Felix Wong
Most officers seconded to anti-riot teams have returned to normal duties. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong’s crime situation has improved, police say, citing fewer protest-linked offences, even as city marks threefold surge in robberies

  • Force says in statement that it is not possible in such a short period of time to restore law and order to the level before last year’s anti-government protests
  • Police also warn that fallout from protest violence has not waned as city continues to struggle under pandemic and economic gloom

Topic |   Crime
Most officers seconded to anti-riot teams have returned to normal duties. Photo: Felix WongMost officers seconded to anti-riot teams have returned to normal duties. Photo: Felix Wong
Most officers seconded to anti-riot teams have returned to normal duties. Photo: Felix Wong
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