Hong Kong Disciplined Services

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Hong Kong Disciplined Services
Traditional Chinese紀律部隊
Simplified Chinese纪律部队

Subjected to legal regulations, the Hong Kong Disciplined Services are made up of the following:-

The ICAC reports directly to the Chief Executive.[1] Although they are not typically uniformed, they are considered as a regular force. Much of their work is classified[citation needed]. They treat the identity of the complainant in strict confidence (try to keep it confidential).[2] After lodging a complaint to the ICAC, the complainant cannot disclose the identity of the subject person.[3]

Six regular forces[4] report to the Security Bureau:

  1. Hong Kong Police Force
  2. Hong Kong Fire Services Department
    • Emergency Ambulance Service [5]
  3. Correctional Services Department
  4. Customs and Excise Department
  5. Immigration Department
  6. Government Flying Service

Two auxiliary forces also report to the Security Bureau. They are mainly staffed by volunteers trained in responding to emergency and operations.

  1. Civil Aid Service
  2. Auxiliary Medical Services


  1. ^ http://www.basiclaw.gov.hk/en/basiclawtext/chapter_4.html Article 57 of the Basic Law
  2. ^ "Hong Kong ICAC - Report Corruption - Frequently Asked Questions". www.icac.org.hk.
  3. ^ "Party chief jailed for ICAC probe disclosure | The Standard".
  4. ^ "Security Bureau-Welcome Message". www.sb.gov.hk.
  5. ^ http://www.hkfsd.gov.hk/eng/source/safety/Ambulance_Services_in_HK.pdf