A panel of legal advisers appointed by the Hong Kong government has called for stronger penalties to deter sex offenders and the expansion of a background check programme for employees working with vulnerable groups.The government should also provide incentives for sexual offenders to receive treatment while serving their sentences, it said on Thursday.The suggestions were contained in the fourth and final consultation paper on a comprehensive review by the Law Reform Commission’s Review of…



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