Hsinchu District Court President Xu Cui Ling, Prosecutor Hong Song Biao, Judge Qiu Qiao Ning, Director He Meizhu of the Investigation and Protection Office led the 63rd learning judicial officer Xiong Xingyi of the Judicial Officer Academy of the Ministry of Justice to visit Mingyang Middle School and business exchange activities
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Taiwan's Hsinchu District Court made a decision on May 5 (2023) (Friday) from 10:10 am to 12:00 pm. Chief Judge Xu Cui Ling, Chief Prosecutor Hong Song Biao, Judge Qiu Qiao Ning, Director He Meizhu of the Investigation and Protection Office Xiong Xingyi, the 63rd learning judicial officer of the Judicial Officer Academy of the Ministry of Justice, and other 6 people came to our school for business exchanges and visits to enhance the professional knowledge of learning judicial officers and improve their understanding of juvenile correctional schools.
First of all, Vice President Xu Binghui and Director of Zheng Student Affairs Office Li Wen, on behalf of all the teaching staff, warmly welcomed Xu Cuiling, the president of the court, and other distinguished guests led by the learning judge to visit the school and conduct business exchanges, and gave a briefing on school affairs and practical operation in the briefing room The purpose of the establishment, the history of the establishment of the school, the responsibilities of the various departments, the teaching objectives, the vision of running the school, the curriculum arrangement, the situation of the skill test and the key points of running the school in the future, the attributes of the students accommodated and their future prospects, etc., through the efforts of all parties and the provision of various learning programs for students , hoping that the host students will one day become a bright future, and give the delinquent youth a bright future.
On-the-spot tour of the campus (protection area), the VIPs of Taiwan Hsinchu District Court and the learning judges have a better understanding of the school's operation, school-running direction and vision, software and hardware facilities. Through visits, explanations and questions, the learning judges have a better understanding of the Juvenile Correctional School The operation and differences from adult prisons, and to enhance relevant professional knowledge, the day's visit activities were carried out through briefings, on-site campus tours, and Q&A symposiums, etc., and ended successfully.