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Hong Kong Police College (黃竹坑警察學院),Wong Chuk Hang, HK
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Hong Kong Police College located in Wong Chuk Hang, the Police College was established in January 2006, replacing what was previously known as Training Wing. The College is responsible for all matters relating to training within the Force except internal security, highly specialised training, and Auxiliary and Marine Police training. In Hong Kong, police officers numbers are more than 27000.

香港警察學院位於黃竹坑,鄰近海洋公園,以前稱為黃竹坑警察訓練學校,2006年升格為警察學院,是訓練香港警察的唯一機構。香港警隊目前逾27000人。

http://www.police.gov.hk/ppp_en/07_police_college/about_us.html

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