A delegation of 24 graduate students and professors of National Chung Cheng University’s Department of Criminology, headed by Vice Principal Yang, Shu-Lung (楊士隆) visited the Hsinchu County Police Bureau on March 25th. In order to give these students a chance to combine theory with practice, the Bureau organized a workshop and assigned officers from Criminal Investigation Corps, Secretariat and Forensic Science Section to serve as instructors.
To start with, an officer from Secretariat briefed the delegation on the Bureau’s organization structure, jurisdiction, duties and current tasks. After they had a basic understanding of the Bureau, the deputy commander of the Criminal Investigation Corps Chang, Tsang-Hung(張蒼宏), addressed to them the Corps’ responsibility, showed them the most sophisticated equipment for crime investigation and shared investigation skills and procedures while he walked the students through real cases. Deputy Commander Chang said: “Nowadays, ways of committing a crime have become more complicated than ever; thus the police must develop our investigation skills.” At last, the subsection head of Forensic Science Section Wang, Ming-Wei(王明偉), demonstrated the application of alternate light source to the students, and highlighted its advantage of facilitating crime scene investigation without destructing evidence at the crime scene and its’ utility in various criminal cases, such as forged paperwork or sexual violence.
At the end of the workshop, Commissioner Li, Cheng-Hsiao(李政曉) paid his tribute to the delegation members, and gave them credits for their efforts on criminology research, which could help reduce crime.