(Left to right) Police Chief Inspector Fu Chun-yip, of Kowloon East Headquarters’ operations wing, with beneficiaries Tang and Wat, as well as Senior Inspector Ma Chung-ying of the Regional Missing Persons Unit for Kowloon East. Photo: Edmond So
(Left to right) Police Chief Inspector Fu Chun-yip, of Kowloon East Headquarters’ operations wing, with beneficiaries Tang and Wat, as well as Senior Inspector Ma Chung-ying of the Regional Missing Persons Unit for Kowloon East. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong police hand out Bluetooth tracking devices to help locate vulnerable seniors, dementia patients

  • Project Pinpoint follows pilot scheme last year to provide Bluetooth positioning devices to help families in need locate elderly relatives, such as dementia patients
  • Beneficiaries can be referred by social welfare organisations and will receive smart positioning devices providing real-time updates on elderly relative’s location

(Left to right) Police Chief Inspector Fu Chun-yip, of Kowloon East Headquarters’ operations wing, with beneficiaries Tang and Wat, as well as Senior Inspector Ma Chung-ying of the Regional Missing Persons Unit for Kowloon East. Photo: Edmond So
(Left to right) Police Chief Inspector Fu Chun-yip, of Kowloon East Headquarters’ operations wing, with beneficiaries Tang and Wat, as well as Senior Inspector Ma Chung-ying of the Regional Missing Persons Unit for Kowloon East. Photo: Edmond So
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