Stories from the Royal Hong Kong Police: Fifty Accounts from Officers of Hong Kong's Colonial-Era Police Force (Paperback)
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Fighting to survive on a police patrol launch during a typhoon, and investigating a murder by a Vietnamese gangster in a refugee camp. Battling riots during the Cultural Revolution, countering drug smuggling and pimping by the triads, and dealing with bank robbers in a hostage situation. These are just some of the stories told in this riveting compilation of personal experiences of former Royal Hong Kong Police officers. In 1997, Hong Kong returned to Chinese sovereignty after 156 years of British rule. This collection of no-holds-barred accounts by some 50 individual police officers, put together by three former colleagues, illustrates the last decades of the colony's colourful history. This is what life was really like on the front line.
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Founded in 1938, the Royal Hong Kong Police Association brings together former serving police officers. In this book, 50 members of the association share their real-life accounts of policing the streets, housing estates and harbours of colonial Hong Kong.