Butterworths Hong Kong Police Force Handbook - Second Edition
Author(s): Peter Yu, Emily Yu
The Butterworths Hong Kong Police Force Handbook includes detailed analysis and annotations on the Police Force Ordinance (Cap 232).
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This handbook includes full annotations of the Police Force Ordinance (Cap 232) along with excerpts from legislation pertaining to police force activities in Hong Kong including the Immigration Ordinance (Cap 115), the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance (Cap 134), Offences against the Person Ordinance (Cap 212), the Criminal Procedure Ordinance (Cap 221), Public Order Ordinance (Cap 245), the Road Traffic Ordinance (Cap 374), and the Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance (Cap 383).
This new edition covers key updates in relevant legislation since the first edition. Important principles in recent cases are analysed including Sham Wing Kan v Commissioner of Police . Annotations include updates in relation to duties of police powers (section 10) and arrest and detention powers of police (section 50).