Hong Kong Auxiliary Police Force

Hong Kong Auxiliary Police Force

The Hong Kong Auxiliary Police Force (HKAPF, zh-t|t=香港輔助警察隊), established in 1914, provides additional manpower to the Hong Kong Police Force during emergencies and other incidents. Current manpower is 4,500. The HKAPF reports to the Commissioner of Police. From 1969 to 1997, the HKAPF was known as the Royal Hong Kong Auxiliary Police Force.


The rank structure of the HKAPF:

* Commandant, HKAPF
* Deputy Commandant, HKAPF
* Chief Superintendent (Auxiliary)
* Senior Superintendent (Auxiliary)
* Superintendent (Auxiliary)
* Chief Inspector (Auxiliary)
* Senior Inspector (Auxiliary)
* Inspector (Auxiliary)
* Station Sergeant (Auxiliary)
* Sergeant (Auxiliary)
* Senior Constable / Constable (Auxiliary)

ee also

Hong Kong's Disciplined Services
*Hong Kong Police Force
*Hong Kong Fire Services Department
*Correctional Services Department
*Customs and Excise Department
*Immigration Department
*Government Flying Service
*Civil Aid Service
*Auxiliary Medical Services

External links

* [http://www.info.gov.hk/police Hong Kong Police]
* [http://www.info.gov.hk/police/english/m-his.htm History of Hong Kong Police]
* [http://www.info.gov.hk/police/hkp-home/english/auxpolice/index.htm HKAPF Website]

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