Currently, there are over 590 cases in Chinese and 160 cases in English of police misconduct classified into 14 categories, including:
Misconduct of off-duty officers, collusion and deliberate ignorance towards Triads, perverting the course of justice, sexual violence, “Threat, intimidation and verbal abuse”, refusing to produce warrant cards, planting evidence on arrestees, attacking journalists and interfering with freedom of the press, attacking first-aiders and delaying medical treatment of arrestees, physical assault, abuse of police authority, collusion with Communist power, and improper use of weapons.
We will continue to record all police misconduct until the day comes when justice prevails.
Firing tear gas at passengers waiting for the minibus, an old innocent passenger was feeling extremely unwell2019-11-10
On Novermber 10th, Tsuen Wan, after the protestors have left the scene, the police fired multiple tear gas at a minibus station at Cheun Lung Street. Many passengers and passersby were feeling unwell and in pain, including some...Weapon Abuse
Citizens got injured during an arrest operation initiated by the Police against the protest in the Festival Walk on 10 November, among which a shopper was shot in the shoulder with a pepper-spray ball when leaving the mall. He...Weapon Abuse
An RTHK photojournalist was shoved away by the riot police during a dispersal operation in Mongkok, which caused disruption to the live broadcast. A video clip released by RTHK showed that, near 11 pm on 9 November, the riot police...Attack Journalists and Interfere Freedom of Press
The Police displayed a blue flag on Sai Yeung Choi Street South, Mongkok, to warn the persons at the scene that they were participating in an unlawful assembly at 11 pm on 9 November 2019. A member of the raptor squad suddenly used...Weapon Abuse
November 8th at around 11am, The riot police Police suddenly fired tear gas inside Tsuen Wan MTR station. On the left many passengers were still inside the gate trying to escape from the tear gas....Weapon Abuse
On November 9th, Tsuen Kwan O, policefiredtear gas multiple times. A journalist from RTHK was hit by one of the tear gas bombs. After midnight, at Man Kuk Lane, Tseung Kwan O, riot police fired tear gas at protestors and jouralists...Attack Journalists and Interfere Freedom of Press
At night, November 8th, the police fired tear gas at Tai Ho Road, Tsuen Wan, with one of the tear gas bomb almost hit a journalist from Apple Daily. As seen in the footage, there were no protestors at scene. It seemed that the police...Attack Journalists and Interfere Freedom of Press
On 8th November at 10 p.m., according to witness, there were first riot police arriving at the junction of Nathan Road and Pitt Street, followed by protestors shouting “It’s us or them! Lets go!” and then rushing...Weapon Abuse