An officer issues a warning to owners of illegally parked motorbikes in Kwun Tong. Photo: Felix Wong An officer issues a warning to owners of illegally parked motorbikes in Kwun Tong. Photo: Felix Wong
An officer issues a warning to owners of illegally parked motorbikes in Kwun Tong. Photo: Felix Wong
Crime

As protests wane, regular police work in Hong Kong resumes, led by crackdown on illegal parking with 1.9 million tickets issued in nine months

  • Errant motorists targeted as officers deployed to protests last year return to normal duties
  • Barriers outside police stations being removed; foot patrols, anti-crime operations resume

Topic |   Crime
An officer issues a warning to owners of illegally parked motorbikes in Kwun Tong. Photo: Felix Wong An officer issues a warning to owners of illegally parked motorbikes in Kwun Tong. Photo: Felix Wong
An officer issues a warning to owners of illegally parked motorbikes in Kwun Tong. Photo: Felix Wong
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