How the police was, negligent in working the case of the murder of the Malaysian female student, and now, they’re all, fired, demoted, as punishment, and the problem still started, at the, very top of the “systems” here! Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
In the murder of the Malaysian female student at Changrong University from two years ago, it’d been found, that the officer, Kao who was working at the Gui-Jen Subprecinct, Datang Substation, didn’t follow protocol in taking the case, the police station manager, Chang, and the assistant office manager, Yang didn’t supervise him closely enough in the case, the Examination Department found that the three had severely damaged the reputation of the local police department, destroyed the images of the police, impeached all three, sent them to the punishment courts, and the punishment courts yesterday demoted Yang and Chang two levels, and Kao got demoted one level.
As the case happened Yang was transferred to the position of department manager, then, sent to Hsinhwa Substation as the manager, after he was impeached, he got demoted twice to the secretary, and got his rank pulled. He’d stated yesterday, that he accepts the rulings, “no comment!” While Chang had asked to get transferred to work in Changwha, that he had, “nothing else to say”. Kao filed for retirement. And, the police chief of Tainan, Jeng, three months after the case, got pulled off his post.
On October 28th, 2020, the university student, Chung was taken by the suspect, Liang against her will, raped then, murdered, the Chiaotou District Court in March sentenced Liang to death for forced sexual intercourse, and intent to murder.
Before Chung was murdered, Liang had attempted to abduct another female student from the same school on the evening of September 30th, afterwards, the woman went to the Datang Substation to report the matter with her landlord’s daughter, but Kao didn’t take the case and recorded it, not written the matter up, nor taken the women’s statements, not put down the women coming in to report the incident on the docket. As Chung’s murder was solved, the female students returned to the substation, to give their statements, and identified the perp, that was when the fact that the police officials didn’t keep the records of their coming in to report the incident out into the open.
The Examination Department investigated, that on the evening of September 30th, Chang knew the incident of the victims, but didn’t report, that he was at fault. After the murder had been solved, Chang didn’t report up the chain of command, that the female student had come in, causing the station to print out the untrue facts of the case.
During the time, Yang had supervised at Datang Substation twice, and not found Kao, and Chang having broken the rules of protocol. As the substation manager, he should be more careful in making the statements to the press, checking the facts, and, in Yang’s interview on October 30th, he’d claimed, that the murdered student was unidentifiable, that she’d refused to report the case, that it was, a “prank”.
So, this is still, a chain of command thing, because the upper level supervisors did NOT supervise the lower level officers closely enough, and these men can’t keep themselves checked, in their means of taking the reports from the locals seriously, they just, brushed off the case, and so, they all deserved to get their ranks pulled, and even, fired from the police forces, because, would you want to go to report something major to the police (i.e. rape, or murder?), and have the officers, not take you seriously? I wouldn’t think so, but this is still a top-down problem, because the heads of these places aren’t running their stations tightly enough, that’s why, all those little screws, come loose at the bottom layers.