Walter McKinnon, Fort William A Yellowthread Street (there were 13 one-hour episodes in 1990) followed the cases of a group of Royal Hong Kong Police Force detectives.
What does RHKP stand for?
RHKP stands for Royal Hong Kong Police (prior to 1997)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Pannu, who joined the Royal Hong Kong Police in 1985, was accused of accepting the money following an investigation by the Independent Commission Against Corruption.
Mr Nicoll, who was born and grew up in Hong Kong where his father served in the Royal Hong Kong Police, began his career in accountancy, then switched into commerce and marketing for a number of years.
That came 11 years after Inspector John MacLennan of the Royal Hong Kong Police was found dead, officially by suicide, as the colonial police descended on his home to arrest him for alleged gay sex acts.
Supt Pryer started his police career in Cleveland Constabulary in 1981 before transferring to the Royal Hong Kong Police Force where he was responsible for dealing with major and Triad-related crime.
They told me to go back in six months but I saw an advertisement for the Royal Hong Kong Police Force and applied.
The UK's National Criminal Intelligence Service began working with Royal Hong Kong police two years ago.
And the man behind the swindle is believed to be a former member of the Royal Hong Kong Police.