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2019-05-09 14:30
The 2019 Symposium on Policing and Police Law: Police and Crime Victim Protection
Under the traditional operation of criminal justice system, the protection of the rights and interests of criminal victims has long been ignored. In August 2017, the Presidential Office Judicial Reform Conference proposed that "the judicial system has insufficient protection for criminal victims and vulnerable groups. Whether it is the assistance of legal procedures and the introduction of related resources, there is much room for improvement." In addition, the meeting also pointed out that "the current system still has a lot of room for improvement in the treatment, education and counseling for illegal juveniles, and the integration and investment of relevant resources are urgently needed."

Since the police are the goalkeepers of the criminal justice system, they play a pivotal role in how to implement the two resolutions. In particular, the police played the most important role in the draft of the "Tracking Harassment Prevention Law" in the Second Reading of the Legislative Yuan. Therefore, the symposium of the Department of Administrative Police is focused on the theme "Police and Crime Victim Protection".

Conference Date: May 28, 2019

Conference Venue: B3, World Police Museum, Central Police University, R.O.C. (Taiwan)

Host:

College of Justice Administration, Central Police University

Department of Administration Police, Central Police University

Online Registration: https://forms.gle/RRUZrDjFVpvxLLEf7

Contact: Hogan Huang +886-3-3282321 ext. 4206

We are looking forward to seeing you in the conference!

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