A UK police force has said it would be “detrimental to public safety” to release information on a so-called secret Chinese “police station.”
The Epoch Times can reveal that Police Scotland is refusing to reveal details of investigations or incidents attended by officers at a Glasgow city centre restaurant identified by a human rights group as an overseas Chinese police bureau.
In a report released last year, Safeguard Defenders said the Sauchiehall Street premises was one of a number of Fuzhou and Qingtian public security bureaus operating in the UK.
The nongovernmental organisation—which identified over 100 operating throughout the globe—claimed the centres are intended to leverage Chinese citizens into returning to China, or to prevent dissenters from speaking out against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) regime.
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