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Taiwan, the United States, Japan and Australia jointly held the 2021 Global Cooperation and Training Framework (GCTF) - Workshop on Anti-Money Laundering

Taiwan, the United States, Japan and Australia jointly held the 2021 Global Cooperation and Training Framework (GCTF) - Workshop on Anti-Money Laundering

2021/6/8 下午 02:22:07

The influence of the COVID-19 pandemic this year (2021) has resulted in many countries closing down their borders. However, the pandemic has also led to new and more diverse types of criminal activity, as criminal organizations turn to new methods of money laundering in order to hide the financial gains from their illegal activities. The Bureau, in conjunction with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), the Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association (JTEA) and the Australian Office (AO) held the "2021 Global Cooperation and Training Framework (GCTF) - Workshop on Anti-Money Laundering" on the 26th of May this year, facilitating through an online conference a discussion over enforcement of anti-money laundering experiences. This workshop had the goal of enabling our Bureau to work together with global law enforcement agencies in order to fight crime, as well as strengthen information-sharing activities and international cooperation between the agencies.

The Ministry of Justice Investigation Bureau holds an English Symposium on the Status of the Taiwan Strait

The Ministry of Justice Investigation Bureau holds an English Symposium on the Status of the Taiwan Strait

2021/5/26 上午 09:37:53

To further facilitate knowledge exchange between government and academia and to deepen the academia-industry collaboration, the Ministry of Justice Investigation Bureau (MJIB) hosted "Cross-Strait Relations International Symposium 2021: The Development of Current Cross-strait Status: Challenges and Opportunities in the Taiwan Strait in 2021 & Beyond" at the MJIB on Wednesday, May 12, 2021. The symposium, conducted in English, focused on the cross-strait situation and discussed its relevant issues.

The Investigation Bureau and the Internal Revenue Service of the U.S., Department of Treasury, jointly organized the "Online Seminar on Corruption and Money Laundering Prevention"

The Investigation Bureau and the Internal Revenue Service of the U.S., Department of Treasury, jointly organized the "Online Seminar on Corruption and Money Laundering Prevention"

2021/4/29 下午 04:53:40

To strengthen Taiwan-US law enforcement cooperation and jointly combat corruption and money laundering crimes, on April 15, from 9 am to 11 am, Taipei time, the U.S. Department of Treasury's law enforcement agency—the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)—in cooperation with the Investigation Bureau under the Ministry of Justice, and other agencies, held the Online Seminar on Corruption and Money Laundering Prevention. The IRS' experts on criminal investigation and international lecturers shared their experiences with our law enforcement officers, described the Foreign and Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and spoke about cross-border money laundering, among other criminal practices, using actual cases of overseas bribery to explore criminal methods, violations of laws, financial investigation techniques, asset seizures, and court judgments, etc. Nearly 30 investigators attended the meeting.

MJIB, the Customs and the police force of Thailand joint crackdown on twelve-ton international ketamine trafficking

MJIB, the Customs and the police force of Thailand joint crackdown on twelve-ton international ketamine trafficking

2020/11/26 下午 05:11:42

The Investigation Bureau's Northern Mobile Team (hereinafter referred to as "the NMT") followed the instructions of "uprooting and cutting off supply" of the New Generation Anti-drug Strategy of the Executive Yuan as well as the investigation requirement of "tracing drugs to the source" of the Taiwan High Prosecutors Office, and joined forces with the relevant national agencies and the police force of Thailand to internationally track down a total of nearly 12 tons of ketamine in Taiwan and Thailand.

Taiwan, the US, Japan and Australia jointly hold the Global Cooperation and Training Framework (GCTF) 2020 - Workshop on Combating COVID-19 Related Crimes

Taiwan, the US, Japan and Australia jointly hold the Global Cooperation and Training Framework (GCTF) 2020 - Workshop on Combating COVID-19 Related Crimes

2020/11/17 下午 04:21:11

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020, many international collaborations have been put on hold. However, crimes related to COVID-19 have been surging. To share Taiwan's experience in epidemic prevention and expand international collaboration in law enforcement, the Ministry of Justice Investigation Bureau (MJIB), along with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association (JTEA) and Australian Office Taipei, organized a virtual workshop on October 28, the "2020 Global Cooperation and Training Framework (GCTF) - Workshop on Combating COVID-19 Related Crimes". The objective was to discuss how to tackle epidemic related crimes and disinformation.

MJIB Shares Results of Rapid Cathinone Testing Kit Development with 7 Indo-Pacific Countries

MJIB Shares Results of Rapid Cathinone Testing Kit Development with 7 Indo-Pacific Countries

2020/11/12 下午 04:16:23

In recent years, the abuse of synthetic drugs based on the stimulant cathinone has been increasingly rampant. The rapid cathinone testing kit, developed with patent by the Investigation Bureau, Ministry of Justice (MJIB), can quickly detect emergent synthetic drugs with cathinone content within seconds, thus improving the forensic capacity of first-level law enforcement officials and serving as an effective tool for fighting drug-related crimes.

MJIB Enhances Cooperation with Taiwan's Diplomatically Related Countries in Fighting Drug-Related Crimes

MJIB Enhances Cooperation with Taiwan's Diplomatically Related Countries in Fighting Drug-Related Crimes

2020/11/12 下午 04:14:43

Drug-related activities are universally acknowledged as a major type of crimes. In order to fight such crimes in cooperation with countries that have diplomatic relations with Taiwan, the Investigation Bureau, Ministry of Justice (MJIB) invited the ambassadors of 7 such countries to Taiwan, including: Dilmei L. Olkeriil, Ambassador of the Republic of Palau to Taiwan; Limasene Teatu, Ambassador of Tuvalu to Taiwan; Neijon R. Edwards, Ambassador of the Republic of the Marshall Islands to Taiwan; Jarden Kephas, Ambassaador of the Republic of Nauru to Taiwan; Marcial Bobadilla Guillen, Ambassador of the Republic of Paraguay to Taiwan; Willy Alberto Gomez Tirado, Ambassador of Guatemala to Taiwan; and Eny Yamileth Bautista Guevara, Ambassador of Hunduras to Taiwan.

Taiwan-US Cooperation to Fight Cybercriminal Hacking

Taiwan-US Cooperation to Fight Cybercriminal Hacking

2020/11/3 下午 03:29:04

A ransomware attack targeted an important energy company in Taiwan in May 2020. Apart from its internal servers and personal computers being hacked, the company experienced a significant impact on its operations as a number of files on the computers were being encrypted and couldn't be opened. Moreover, the company was being requested to pay hackers ransom.

MJIB and Criminal Investigation Bureau Successfully Arrests and Escorts the Main Suspect of the Cyber Power Systems Stock Manipulation Case Qin Xiang-yu to Taiwan

MJIB and Criminal Investigation Bureau Successfully Arrests and Escorts the Main Suspect of the Cyber Power Systems Stock Manipulation Case Qin Xiang-yu to Taiwan

2020/10/6 下午 01:40:26

The Judicial System of Taiwan and Thailand teams up to deliver success! The MJIB, Criminal Investigation Bureau, and Thailand's law enforcement agencies worked together to arrest and escort criminal fugitive Qin Xiang-yu (Chin Hsiang-Yu) from Bangkok to the Taiwan Taipei District Prosecutors Office in the afternoon on September 17, 2020.

MJIB Successfully Arrests and Escorts the Double Dragon Group Main Suspect Du Kai-ling from the Philippines to Taiwan

MJIB Successfully Arrests and Escorts the Double Dragon Group Main Suspect Du Kai-ling from the Philippines to Taiwan

2020/10/5 下午 03:04:19

The Judicial System of Taiwan and the Philippine teams up to deliver success! In collaboration with the Bureau of Immigration Philippines (BID), MJIB escorted criminal fugitive Du Kai-ling from Manila, the Philippines to Taiwan at noon on April 30.