Commissioner on Interception of Communications and Surveillance inspects passing-out parade at HK Police College (with photos)

     The Commissioner on Interception of Communications and Surveillance, Mr Yeung Chun-kuen, inspected the passing-out-parade as Reviewing Officer at the Hong Kong Police College today (November 25) .
     In his speech, Mr Yeung encouraged graduates to continue learning through handling different types of cases and reaching out to people at all levels when discharging their duties, and to carry out their duties impartially and fearlessly in a humble, inclusive and courteous manner in order to gain the respect, trust and support of the community.
     He pointed out that the Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) has made significant contributions in making Hong Kong a better place to live and work, adding that officers should not be upset and discouraged by the acts of a small number of individuals with ulterior motives to smear the Force. He noted that the majority of people regard the HKPF as an excellent team which would maintain law and order, protect the lives and property of people, and safeguard Hong Kong and our country with integrity, efficiency, impartiality and fearlessness.
     Mr Yeung said that in the past 50 years, he has witnessed the transformation of HKPF into one of the best police force in Asia and even the world, supporting Hong Kong to become a major financial hub and one of the safest cities in the world. However, he reminded the graduates that the love, support and respect from members of the public was gained through decades of hard work and dedication by their predecessors. Lastly, he firmly believed that the graduates will continue to uphold the rule of law, maintain Hong Kong’s prosperity and stability, and safeguard Hong Kong and our country.  
     A total of 25 probationary inspectors and 96 recruit police constables passed out today.

Ends/Saturday, November 25, 2023
Issued at HKT 12:52