Lee Ming-kwai

Lee Ming-Kwai

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Lee Ming-kwai, Dick, GBS, QPM, CPM () (born 1950) was the Commissioner of Police of Hong Kong from 2003 to 2007.


Lee attended The Chinese University of Hong Kong and joined the Royal Hong Kong Police Force (now Hong Kong Police Force) on December 1972 as a Probationary Inspector.

He served as an inspector in both uniform branches and CID in various police divisions in Hong Kong. As a superintendent, he was placed in charge briefly of training and reforming the Hawker Control Unit of the Urban Services Department (now the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department). Later, he was posted to a police school in the United Kingdom.

He was promoted to Chief Superintendent in 1992 and was the district commander of Wan Chai.

In 1995, Lee was promoted to the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police. During this period, he was in charge of restoring order after rioting broke out at Vietnamese boat people detention centres across Hong Kong against the policy of mandatory repatriation.

Lee was in charge of the security of the Handover Ceremony in 1997. He became well known for ordering the playing of Beethoven's 5th Symphony over a PA system to cover the noise of protesters at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). He received a commendation from the Chief Executive of the HKSAR for his efforts during the handover...
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