Public Order

Public Order

Services from the Police

e-Report Room by the Hong Kong Police

You can make online reports or complaints to the Police about lost property, noise in the neighbourhood and vehicle obstruction, etc. Includes information about the 992 SMS Emergency Hotline Service and the contact details of all police station report rooms here.

Certificate of No Criminal Conviction

The Hong Kong Police issues certificates of no criminal conviction at the request of foreign consulates applying for visas to visit or reside in another country. Find out how to apply locally or from overseas and the processing fee involved.

Sexual Conviction Record Check (SCRC)

This administrative scheme enables employers of persons undertaking child-related work and work relating to mentally incapacitated persons to check whether eligible applicants have any criminal conviction records against a specified list of sexual offences.

Junior Police Call (JPC)

The JPC aims to improve communication and understanding between the police and the youth of Hong Kong. By providing activities, facilities and training programmes, the JPC encourages youngsters to be aware of their responsibilities in the community. Find out all about JPC here.

Crimes

Crime Statistics

To know more about the crime situation in Hong Kong, you may access the crime statistics provided by the Hong Kong Police.

Crime Prevention Tips

Find tips for protecting your personal safety and property.

Common Drugs in Hong Kong

Learn more about the most common illegal drugs found in Hong Kong and their harmful effects.

Police Superintendent Discretion

Police Superintendent Discretion can be exercised on juvenile offenders under the age of 18. Learn more about what this is and under what conditions this may apply.

Rehabilitation Services for Inmates

Rehabilitation Services for Inmates

Besides providing a decent and healthy environment for people remanded in custody, the Correctional Services Department (CSD) aims to provide comprehensive rehabilitation services for inmates, which help them rehabilitate and re-integrate into society.

Last review date: May 2014