Mayor: No Mercy for Organized Crime, No Set Schedule for Spot Checks

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Mayor: No Mercy for Organized Crime, No Set Schedule for Spot Checks

Mayor: No Mercy for Organized Crime, No Set Schedule for Spot Checks

During the City Executive Meeting on September 16, Mayor Hau Lung-bin stressed that the city government will not tolerate the actions of triads and organized crime. There will also be no set schedules for spot checks and roadside inspections.

The comments were made following a briefing by Police Commissioner regarding a brutal assault incident on Sunday that led to the death of a police officer, as well as subsequent actions taken by the police.Hau added that the city government will strengthen patrols and inspections to premises linked with public safety concerns. It will also boost the enforcement of law to battle crime. The hours which pose the greatest threat to public security will be the time for spot checks, noted the mayor.In response to recent media report on police conduct and discipline, the mayor instructed Taipei City Police Department to conduct a thorough investigation into this issue. He also requested the agency to include lessons on how to react to and report emergency situations when off-duty to police training programs.City Spokesperson Chang Chih-chiang remarked that the police inspectors have been involved in the investigations since the initial stage. All suspects and evidence have been transferred to the prosecutors. He noted that investigations are currently ongoing and conducted under the directions of prosecutors.

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  • Updated: 2014-9-17 14:49
  • Reviewed: 2014-9-17 14:48
  • Source: Department of Information Technology, Taipei City Government

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