A still from the Correctional Services Department’s latest video to stress the evils of drugs, featuring Ah Chun and his wife Mickey (not their real names) who are serving sentences of over 10 years and feel regret at how they are not caring for their 10-year-old daughter. The department encourages family members incarcerated in separate institutions to meet each other though the Visit Between Persons in Custody of Different Institutions Programme. Photo: Correctional Services Department A still from the Correctional Services Department’s latest video to stress the evils of drugs, featuring Ah Chun and his wife Mickey (not their real names) who are serving sentences of over 10 years and feel regret at how they are not caring for their 10-year-old daughter. The department encourages family members incarcerated in separate institutions to meet each other though the Visit Between Persons in Custody of Different Institutions Programme. Photo: Correctional Services Department
A still from the Correctional Services Department’s latest video to stress the evils of drugs, featuring Ah Chun and his wife Mickey (not their real names) who are serving sentences of over 10 years and feel regret at how they are not caring for their 10-year-old daughter. The department encourages family members incarcerated in separate institutions to meet each other though the Visit Between Persons in Custody of Different Institutions Programme. Photo: Correctional Services Department
Drugs

New video by Hong Kong’s prisons unit shows how drugs cause broken families, regret and sorrow

The Correctional Services Department put up a YouTube clip ahead of the winter solstice, which is a time for family reunions, to send a stark message on the damaging effects of drugs

Topic |   Drugs
A still from the Correctional Services Department’s latest video to stress the evils of drugs, featuring Ah Chun and his wife Mickey (not their real names) who are serving sentences of over 10 years and feel regret at how they are not caring for their 10-year-old daughter. The department encourages family members incarcerated in separate institutions to meet each other though the Visit Between Persons in Custody of Different Institutions Programme. Photo: Correctional Services Department A still from the Correctional Services Department’s latest video to stress the evils of drugs, featuring Ah Chun and his wife Mickey (not their real names) who are serving sentences of over 10 years and feel regret at how they are not caring for their 10-year-old daughter. The department encourages family members incarcerated in separate institutions to meet each other though the Visit Between Persons in Custody of Different Institutions Programme. Photo: Correctional Services Department
A still from the Correctional Services Department’s latest video to stress the evils of drugs, featuring Ah Chun and his wife Mickey (not their real names) who are serving sentences of over 10 years and feel regret at how they are not caring for their 10-year-old daughter. The department encourages family members incarcerated in separate institutions to meet each other though the Visit Between Persons in Custody of Different Institutions Programme. Photo: Correctional Services Department
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