|Hong Kong Disciplined Services|
Subjected to legal regulations, the Hong Kong Disciplined Services are made up of the following:-
The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) reports directly to the Chief Executive. Although they are not typically uniformed, they are considered as a regular force. Much of their work is classified. They treat the identity of the complainant in strict confidence (try to keep it confidential). After lodging a complaint to the ICAC, the complainant cannot disclose the identity of the subject person.
- Hong Kong Police Force
- Hong Kong Fire Services Department
- Emergency Ambulance Service 
- Correctional Services Department
- Customs and Excise Department
- Immigration Department
- 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.
- http://www.basiclaw.gov.hk/en/basiclawtext/chapter_4.html Article 57 of the Basic Law
- "Hong Kong ICAC - Report Corruption - Frequently Asked Questions". Hong Kong ICAC.
- "Party chief jailed for ICAC probe disclosure | The Standard".
- "Security Bureau-Welcome Message". www.sb.gov.hk.