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  • Taipei police department welcomes new commissioner

    Discover the latest leadership change at the Taipei City Police Department with Commissioner Li Hsi-ho taking charge. Mayor Chiang Wan-an emphasizes traffic safety and crime prevention for 2024. Learn more about their plans for a safer Taipei.
    2024/06/06 17:58
  • Premier pledges full support for Taiwan Coast Guard

    Discover how Taiwan’s government is bolstering the Coast Guard with over NT$90 million in investments for new patrol vehicles, aiming to enhance maritime security and law enforcement. Learn about the agency’s success in combating smuggling and illegal fishing.
    2024/06/03 14:48
  • Keelung hospital fined NT$90K for late escape report

    Discover how the Keelung City Health Bureau fined Nankung Psychiatric Hospital NT$90,000 for a delayed report of a patient’s escape, highlighting issues in psychiatric care and security.
    2024/05/24 14:51
  • Taiwan’s workplace smoking rates climb, survey finds

    Recent surveys in Taiwan reveal a troubling rise in smoking rates among workers, despite longstanding bans and efforts to curb tobacco use in workplaces. Health risks from secondhand and thirdhand smoke are increasing, highlighting the need for stronger enforcement and smoking cessation programs.
    2024/05/02 15:34
  • AI traffic cameras effective, but boost public frustration

    Discover how Taiwan’s intensified traffic enforcement and new camera technology are effectively reducing traffic violations and accidents, sparking debates about fairness and communication.
    2024/05/01 17:42
  • DPP calls for action against child exploitation

    The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is spearheading bipartisan efforts to combat child exploitation in Taiwan. Learn about recent scandals, legislative initiatives, and calls for public awareness to end digital sexual violence against minors.
    2024/04/09 15:07
  • Taiwan tightens safety measures in aluminum industry

    Taiwan’s Minister of Labor, Hsu Ming-chuin, declares the aluminum industry as high-risk following a fatal explosion in Kaohsiung City. Legislative discussions focus on enhancing safety measures and implementing specialized labor inspections in related factories. The Ministry of Labor reports on the number of businesses in the industry and emphasizes the need for strict enforcement of regulations to prevent occupational accidents.
    2024/03/25 15:17
  • TPP’s Ko slams government’s ’lazy’ traffic law amendments

    Taipei (TVBS News) reports Taiwan People’s Party Chairman Ko Wen-je’s criticism of the government’s amendments to the Road Traffic Management and Penalty Act as "lazy solutions to lazy problems." Ko emphasizes the importance of upholding the rule of law and expresses concern over potential law-breaking consequences. The Executive Yuan’s recent approval of amendments to the Act, removing demerit points for minor traffic offenses, has sparked controversy.
    2024/03/08 18:25
  • KMT slams CGA for renaming report on fatal boat collision

    The Kuomintang criticizes the Coast Guard Administration for unilaterally changing a report title on a speedboat incident. The KMT calls it an act of arrogance and disrespect towards parliamentary oversight. The incident resulted in the death of two Chinese fishermen.
    2024/03/04 10:43
  • China ramps up patrols in contested waters near Kinmen

    The China Coast Guard increases patrols in waters between Xiamen and Kinmen after a fatal incident involving a Chinese vessel in Taiwan’s restricted waters. Tensions rise as Taiwan and China clash over fishing rights, challenging established boundaries. Taiwan enforces laws to protect its fishermen’s rights while seeking cross-strait cooperation.
    2024/02/19 11:40
  • Taiwan vows swift probe in Chinese fishing boat incident

    A recent fishing boat incident involving a Chinese fishing boat illegally crossing boundaries and subsequently capsizing due to the Taiwanese coast guard’s expulsion efforts has caused tension between Taiwan and China. Two individuals tragically drowned in the incident. Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council has assured prompt communication of investigation results with Chinese authorities, aiming to maintain solid cross-strait ties. China has accused Taiwan of precipitating such events, blaming aggressive boat seizures and assertive treatment of mainland fishermen. The Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO) has strongly condemned the incident, laying blame on the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) administration. Former Global Times Editor-in-Chief Hu Xijin has criticized Taiwan’s law enforcement, suggesting it may constitute involuntary manslaughter. In 2023 alone, there were 1,191 registered cases of Chinese fishing boats crossing the maritime boundary, consistently surpassing a thousand annually. Taiwan’s Coast Guard Administration, in accordance with the "Act Governing Relations between the People of the Taiwan Area and the Mainland Area," retains the right to expel, detain, hold in custody, fine, confiscate fishing equipment, and seize hauls and boats.
    2024/02/15 17:17
  • Experts highlight the need for traffic safety measures

    Explore how Taiwan is addressing the increasing traffic violations through a comprehensive approach involving traffic enforcement cameras, enhanced traffic safety education, and strategic urban planning, as highlighted by experts.
    2024/02/05 17:22
  • Han Kuo-yu faces impeachment buzz as new Taiwan Speaker

    Han Kuo-yu, the newly-elected Speaker of the Legislative Yuan, is facing challenges as the idea of his possible impeachment trends online. Currently, there are no laws for removing the Speaker without consent from one-third of proposing members and two-thirds agreeing to the recall. Han, being a legislator-at-large, is immune from recall according to the law. Despite criticisms, DPP chairman and President-elect Lai Ching-te congratulated Han and expressed hope for cooperation among different political parties. KMT legislator Chang Chia-Chun commented on the difficulty of accomplishing impeachment in reality.
    2024/02/02 15:00
  • Survey reveals doubts on China’s ability to invade Taiwan

    A survey conducted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and Taiwan’s Institute for National Defense and Security Research (INDSR) reveals that only 26% of U.S. experts and 17% of Taiwanese experts believe that China has the military capability to carry out a "joint island landing operation" within the next five years. The study, which surveyed 52 U.S. experts and 35 Taiwanese experts, found that most agreed that China lacks the ability to effectively implement a joint maritime, land, and air invasion of Taiwan. However, 90% of U.S. experts and 62% of Taiwanese experts believe that China could isolate or blockade Taiwan in the next five years, primarily as a commercial action. This action would be conducted by China’s Coast Guard or other law enforcement vessels, not its military. Additionally, 80% of U.S. experts and 60% of Taiwanese experts believe that China could implement a blockade of Taiwan, which would involve both commercial and military activities led by China’s military. Taiwanese experts generally had a more conservative viewpoint on China’s execution abilities compared to their American counterparts when it came to perceived threats from mainland China.
    2024/01/23 13:01
  • KMT and DPP fined for billboard breaches in Taipei

    The Taipei City Construction Management Office has fined the campaign headquarters of Kuomintang (KMT) legislative candidate Wang Hung-wei NT$10,000 for a billboard violation. The office has also requested rectifications. Additionally, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Lai Ching-te has been found to be in violation of size regulations for two campaign materials, and a notice for a fine will be issued to Lai’s campaign soon. These actions come after Taipei updated regulations for managing campaign material in preparation for the 2024 presidential and legislative elections. This is the first enforcement of the revised regulations. So far, the office has received 34 reports of campaign advertisement violations, with 11 cases from the KMT and 19 from the DPP. The office is urging all candidates to adhere to the regulations to ensure a clean election in the city.
    2023/12/30 18:44
  • Tech-driven traffic enforcement expands in Taipei City

    Taipei City plans to install four more traffic enforcement cameras at intersections starting from January 1, 2024, to maintain traffic order. The new technology will assist in enforcing traffic regulations, including stopping for pedestrians, obeying traffic lights, making proper turns, and following traffic signal directions. Violations captured by the cameras will be penalized under the Road Traffic Management and Penalty Act. Since 2019, Taipei has already installed such cameras in 34 areas, resulting in over a 90% decrease in traffic violations according to the Traffic Division’s data. The introduction of tech-based traffic enforcement aims to reduce violations and ensure smooth traffic flow, with the authorities urging drivers to prioritize traffic safety. These additional installations are expected to contribute to safer road conditions in the city.
    2023/12/26 20:24
  • Ex-DPP councilor and aide indicted in data acquisition case

    Former Taoyuan City Councillor, Kuo Li-hua, of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), and her assistant Liu Tsai-jou have been indicted for allegedly purchasing private information in support of Foxconn founder, Terry Gou, during his independent presidential candidacy. The indictment states that Kuo, under Liu’s direction, secured 325 blank endorsement forms on six separate occasions, totaling a transaction of NT$88,400. Law enforcement officials seized critical evidence, including endorsement registers and text messages, which implicated Kuo and Liu. Despite Kuo’s denial, the Taiwan Taoyuan District Prosecutors Office (TYC) emphasized that they and six others had clearly committed the crime and were officially prosecuted. The TYC has also requested a heavier sentence for Kuo due to her hostility after committing the crime.
    2023/12/21 15:34
  • Taipei mayor defends assembly ban on TPP supporters

    Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-an defends his administration’s adherence to the law after Taiwan People’s Party supporters were denied permission to hold a public assembly in front of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Lai Ching-te’s campaign headquarters. The review process for such applications, overseen by the Taipei City Government’s New Construction Office in collaboration with the Taipei City Police Department, follows regulations established before 2017. Chiang refutes accusations of leniency in a past scandal and asserts that both the police department and the NCO exercise their authority impartially, upholding administrative neutrality.
    2023/12/20 19:32
  • Taiwan’s MND touts success of drug-sniffing dog teams

    The Ministry of National Defense in Taipei showcased its drug prevention program’s accomplishments, emphasizing the effectiveness of its narcotics detection dog teams. Since December last year, 18 additional dogs have been added to these teams, allowing regions across Taiwan to request their services for drug-sniffing operations within military camps. According to government regulations, these service dogs typically serve for four years, with the possibility of an extension to seven years. Since 2020, three narcotics-detection canines have completed their service term, with replacements already trained and deployed. The defense ministry conducted 467 drug-sniffing missions within military bases this year through mobilization, camp applications, and operational zone assignments. Additionally, over 1.13 million urine screenings have been conducted among military personnel, with positive results leading to prosecutions and the removal of implicated individuals from service.
    2023/12/20 17:18
  • Military Police process 415 drug cases, arrest 27 in 2023

    The Military Police Command (MP) in Taipei processed 415 drug cases in 2023, resulting in the apprehension of 27 suspects and the seizure of 50.2 kilograms of drugs. The MP, in close collaboration with law enforcement agencies, carried out specialized drug interdiction operations as part of the government’s anti-drug strategy. Unannounced inspections by military police teams, accompanied by drug-sniffing dogs, led to the confiscation of over 50 kilograms of narcotics. More than 400 individuals were referred to judicial authorities for prosecution. The MP serves as judicial police officers and plays an integral role in the anti-drug task force, with a commitment to combat drug trafficking. The MP’s Forensic Science Center supports these efforts by analyzing controlled substances and urine samples collected during operations. These measures aim to protect the living environment and security of the nation’s people.
    2023/12/20 14:46
  • Dcard faces police searches amid fraud, safety issues

    Dcard, a popular Taiwanese networking platform, has been the target of multiple police and judicial searches due to numerous instances involving anonymous postings that resulted in fraud, child and teenager safety issues, and defamation cases. Despite polite requests from Taiwanese authorities for data, Dcard has refused to comply, leading to criticism from attorney and former prosecutor Perseus Chen. Chen pointed out that while Facebook’s headquarters in the United States are beyond Taiwanese law enforcement’s jurisdiction, Dcard, being based in Taiwan, should cooperate with local investigations into criminal matters. Chen’s comments have further intensified scrutiny on Dcard’s handling of law enforcement requests and its adherence to legal obligations in Taiwan.
    2023/12/19 15:35
  • New police boat launched to boost Kaohsiung Harbor security

    The Kaohsiung Harbor Police Department held a blessing ceremony for its new police boat, the "Kao P65," to enhance maritime security at Kaohsiung Harbor. The NT$5.52 million vessel was designed to patrol harbor waters more effectively and deter criminal activities. Equipped with two 250-horsepower engines, a four-in-one GPS navigation system, and European inverter air conditioners, the Kao P65 boasts a fresh and optimized interior design and can reach a top speed of 42 knots. The department’s General Commander, Liang Tung-shan, emphasized the need for increased security with the opening of the Kaohsiung Port Cruise Terminal and the operation of nearly 4,000 hazardous material ship voyages through the port area this year. To meet the growing demand for law enforcement services, the department aims to replace older police vessels annually.
    2023/12/12 21:32
  • New Taipei police intercept NT$147M in fraud

    The New Taipei City Police Bureau announced that NT$147.19 million was intercepted from potential fraud in October and November 2023, bringing the total amount of prevented fraud in New Taipei to NT$700 million. Deputy Mayor Chu Ti-chih urged local law enforcement to continue cracking down on illegal activities and emphasized the significant decrease in traffic fatalities in 2023. From January to September, there were 188 vehicle accident-related deaths, a 20% reduction compared to the same period last year. Notably, the number of elderly traffic fatalities dropped by 36%, the highest reduction nationwide.
    2023/12/12 17:58
  • Taipei Metro to refund teen’s NT$1,000 EasyCard fine

    Taipei Metro agrees to refund a fine imposed on a teenage girl who mistakenly used her brother’s EasyCard. The 14-year-old student used a child’s EasyCard instead of a student card, resulting in a fine of NT$1,000. The girl’s father argued that the punishment was excessive, and after reviewing the situation, Taipei Metro decided to refund the penalty as a gesture of goodwill. The incident occurred at Ximen MRT Station, and Taipei Metro emphasized the importance of using the correct card type to avoid fare differences.
    2023/12/09 15:06
  • Wang Jin-pyng seeks Terry Gou’s support for KMT election bid

    Former Legislative Yuan Speaker Wang Jin-pyng expresses his efforts to invite Foxconn founder Terry Gou to join the Kuomintang’s campaign for the upcoming election. Wang has been appointed as the chairman of KMT candidate Hou Yu-ih’s nationwide campaign. Wang believes in the strength of the Hou-Kang ticket and sees it as a promising combination that could bring about a political power shift. While Wang has not had recent contact with Gou, he assures that arrangements are in place and hints at potential strategic plans. As Hou advocates for the reinstatement of the Special Investigation Division, Wang emphasizes the importance of proper legal processes and the enforcement of the law without violations.
    2023/12/07 20:00
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