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Installation of CCTV in patrol car? Richard Yu: It doesn’t equal the assault will disappear.

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In past few years, the conflict between protesters and the police officers became a focus when a large-scale demonstration and procession occurred. Somebody agreed that should install closed-circuit television (CCTV) in each police patrol car in order to prevent any controversial matters.


During a demonstration in 1 July, a media recorded the police officers assaulting the suspects in the police patrol car but cannot recognize who is the police officers. Somebody suggested the installation of CCTV can prevent the assault happen again. Many non-government organization were paid close attention on it and described the police patrol car as “hotbed of sins”. Some of members of Legislative Council also urging the police officers to install CCTVs.


Richard Yu, the Secretary-General of Independent Police Complaints Council, said that they have no standpoint on installation of CCTV right now. “We studied a lot of example in oversea countries and considered the situation of Hong Kong, it is not a necessity for the time being.” He further explained, there were a lot of blind spots throughout the arrest, it is hard to record the whole process.


On the other hand, it need to consider the problems of privacy. “How long should the video kept? What if there have complaint after the video were deleted?” Yu believed that installation of CCTV doesn’t mean no more assault and conflicts between the police officers and protesters but sure must have some advantages and disadvantages if CCTV were installed.


Many people doubted Yu will biased on police instead of supervision because of he served for Customs and Excise Department over thirty-year since he graduated from University of Hong Kong. Yu clarified again that they are independent and the police cannot give any pressure to them. Every member got their own right to express the opinions.


--155102 2017年10月3日 (二) 17:59 (CST)

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