After Hong Kong was handed back to mainland China in 1997, the number of police deputy commissioners was down to two. Photo: Warton Li After Hong Kong was handed back to mainland China in 1997, the number of police deputy commissioners was down to two. Photo: Warton Li
After Hong Kong was handed back to mainland China in 1997, the number of police deputy commissioners was down to two. Photo: Warton Li

National security law: Hong Kong could have third deputy police chief to head new unit akin to Special Branch operations

  • The unit could have as many as 200 people at its launch, sources say
  • One possible candidate is Edwina Lau Chi-wai, current director of management services, according to insiders

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
After Hong Kong was handed back to mainland China in 1997, the number of police deputy commissioners was down to two. Photo: Warton Li After Hong Kong was handed back to mainland China in 1997, the number of police deputy commissioners was down to two. Photo: Warton Li
After Hong Kong was handed back to mainland China in 1997, the number of police deputy commissioners was down to two. Photo: Warton Li
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