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Commander Inspects Security Before Presidential Inauguration Ceremony

Reported by Yang Chiao-Lin/ Summary report

Lieutenant General Cheng Chen-Hsiang, Commander of the Military Police Command, visited the periphery of the Presidential Office Building yesterday for an inspection and instruction on the preparations concerning police and security services for the “Inaugural Celebrations for the 16th President and Vice President of the Republic of China (Taiwan)”. In addition to listening to presentations on the mission, he also asked the units responsible for executing the mission to strengthen education and training, enabling officers and soldiers to familiarize themselves with the mission, the area of responsibility and the legal basis for the operation, and to plan for the handling of any potential security threats to ensure the smooth execution of the mission.

Commander Urges Careful Planning to Ensure Safety on Duty 

Commander Cheng said that during the duty period, the identification of personnel and the inspection of goods must be closely monitored, ensuring that any irregularities are promptly handled. In addition, he also urged the cadres to give full play to the functions of the establishment, and to make careful planning for the safety of motorized vehicles and meals, thereby ensuring the safety of the personnel during the course of their duties.

Commander Cheng emphasized that officers and soldiers in all units should be more vigilant about security and be careful with their words and actions, and urged all colleagues to uphold the spirit of loyalty and chastity of the Military Police and perform their duties diligently, in order to accomplish the goal of a safe and secure military service.

The article is reproduced from Youth Daily News, Ministry of Defense.    

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Update: 2024-05-27