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Hong Kong police have arranged for retired police officers to escort children of police officers to school, in light of possible bullying and safety threats against them, police sources revealed Friday. It is part of the police's efforts to counter possible bullying of police officers' children, with schools set to start next week and increased hostility toward police and their families, some of whom have had their personal information leaked.
Other measures include maintaining close contact with school management and establishing a hotline for possible victims of bullying. According to police, more than 1, police officers have had their personal data leaked online since early June. Some family members of police officers have received death threats.
A junior police officer told China Daily that he received over 3, unknown calls in two weeks, on top of thousands of messages that insulted him and the police force at large.
The officer, who only gave his name as Ah Ho, said this happened after he posted pro-police comments on social media on June 12, when radical protesters stormed the Legislative Council complex and clashed with police officers. Ah Ho said his Hong Kong identity card number, home address and information about his family members were exposed online, allowing some to use his personal information to apply for loans from private finance companies.
She keeps reminding me to watch out for any danger," the year-old said. He has worked with force for one year and currently serves in the Kowloon West region. Yet Ah Ho said he has not considered quitting his job. A police officer would never escape from difficulty. Otherwise how could we protect the people of Hong Kong," he said, adding his family supports him to continue doing his job. The police also activated its Regional Response Contingent on June 9 to improve contingency response as protests have recurred every week since.