Members of the public will be encouraged to share information they have on activities threatening national security via a new hotline, according to sources. Photo: Sun Yeung Members of the public will be encouraged to share information they have on activities threatening national security via a new hotline, according to sources. Photo: Sun Yeung
Members of the public will be encouraged to share information they have on activities threatening national security via a new hotline, according to sources. Photo: Sun Yeung

Hong Kong police to launch national security hotline for public to help specialist officers enforce Beijing-imposed law

  • Police national security unit set to open multi-platform channel as early as November to gather intelligence from the public, sources say
  • Informants’ identities protected, information shared only among national security police, according to sources

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Members of the public will be encouraged to share information they have on activities threatening national security via a new hotline, according to sources. Photo: Sun Yeung Members of the public will be encouraged to share information they have on activities threatening national security via a new hotline, according to sources. Photo: Sun Yeung
Members of the public will be encouraged to share information they have on activities threatening national security via a new hotline, according to sources. Photo: Sun Yeung
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