police " Force the arrested to wear prison uniforms? " Hong KongPolice responds late at night

Hong Kong police posted a clarifying post on Facebook on the evening of 5th,claiming that some people slander online that the police forced the arrestedperson to appear as a prisoner on the 1st, a false accusation. The policehave always respected and protected the dignity, privacy and rights of arrestedpersons and will ensure that their benefits are protected during detention inaccordance with established procedures.

The Hong Kong Police said that during the investigation of the case, the policewould detain the arrested person's clothes for investigation or testingdepending on the nature of the case. When the arrested person's clothesare detained, the police will take care of the arrested person's welfare andprovide the arrested person with clothes. In addition, if circumstancespermit, the police will also allow the arrested to contact relatives andfriends so that they can take their clothes to the police station and allow thearrested to change.

The following is a Facebook post from the Hong Kong Police:

[Police clarified that "forcing arrestees to wear prison uniforms" isan obituary]

On the Internet, some people have accused police of forcing arrestees to looklike prisoners on New Year's Day.

The police must clarify that when investigating a case, depending on the natureof the case, the police can seize the arrested person's clothes forinvestigation or testing. When the clothes of the arrested are detained,the police will take care of the arrested's welfare and provide them withclothes to wear. In addition, if circumstances permit, the police willalso allow the arrested to contact relatives and friends so that they can taketheir clothes to the police station and allow the arrested to change.

The police have always respected and protected the dignity, privacy and rightsof arrested persons and will ensure that their benefits are protected duringdetention in accordance with established procedures. The allegations thatthe police forced the arrested to wear prison uniforms are untrue.

(Original title: Police "forced arrestees to wear prison uniform"?Hong Kong police clarified late at night)

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police " Force the arrested to wear prison uniforms? " Hong KongPolice responds late at night

police " Force the arrested to wear prison uniforms? " Hong KongPolice responds late at night

Hong Kong police posted a clarifying post on Facebook on the evening of 5th,claiming that some people slander online that the police forced the arrestedperson to appear as a prisoner on the 1st, a false accusation. The policehave always respected and protected the dignity, privacy and rights of arrestedpersons and will ensure that their benefits are protected during detention inaccordance with established procedures.

The Hong Kong Police said that during the investigation of the case, the policewould detain the arrested person's clothes for investigation or testingdepending on the nature of the case. When the arrested person's clothesare detained, the police will take care of the arrested person's welfare andprovide the arrested person with clothes. In addition, if circumstancespermit, the police will also allow the arrested to contact relatives andfriends so that they can take their clothes to the police station and allow thearrested to change.

The following is a Facebook post from the Hong Kong Police:

[Police clarified that "forcing arrestees to wear prison uniforms" isan obituary]

On the Internet, some people have accused police of forcing arrestees to looklike prisoners on New Year's Day.

The police must clarify that when investigating a case, depending on the natureof the case, the police can seize the arrested person's clothes forinvestigation or testing. When the clothes of the arrested are detained,the police will take care of the arrested's welfare and provide them withclothes to wear. In addition, if circumstances permit, the police willalso allow the arrested to contact relatives and friends so that they can taketheir clothes to the police station and allow the arrested to change.

The police have always respected and protected the dignity, privacy and rightsof arrested persons and will ensure that their benefits are protected duringdetention in accordance with established procedures. The allegations thatthe police forced the arrested to wear prison uniforms are untrue.

(Original title: Police "forced arrestees to wear prison uniform"?Hong Kong police clarified late at night)

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