Policing in Hong Kong : History and Reform
Much has changed in Hong Kong since the 1997 reversion of political authority from England to China. This book contributes to our understanding of challenges and opportunities facing Hong Kong after this monumental shift. Thematically organized, the book discusses issues of most concern to policing and the public. Topics include police accountability, assault on police and political leaders, police use of force, surveillance powers, computer crime control, and fighting cross-border crimes. The book will be of significant interest to police professionals, policing scholars, and policy makers interested in policing developments in Hong Kong and China.