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Academy for the Judiciary, Ministry of Justice held 2020 Criminal Policies and Crime Prevention Conference and the 7th Outstanding Thesis & Dissertation Awards Ceremony.

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  The Crime Prevention Research Center, Academy for the Judiciary, Ministry of Justice is the criminal policy database of Taiwan. 2020 Criminal Policies and Crime Prevention Conference and the 7th Outstanding Thesis & Dissertation Awarding Ceremony was held on December 15, 2020.
  Researches presented in this event included 2 commissioned projects: “A Study of the Feasibility of Establishing the Judicial Misjudgment Research Center in Taiwan” and “The Research on the Criminal Evidence Management Procedure in Taiwan”; the Center also carried out 4 in-house researches on “Changes in Criminal Jurisprudence and Policies in 2019,” “When Zombies Invade Taiwan - Current Status of Facebook Fake Account and Disinformation and the Future,” “Legal Assessment of Multimodal Drug Treatment Policy: An Empirical Analysis on Indictments with an Imprisonment Sentence,” and “Implementing Family Skills Training Programs for Drug Abuse Prevention in Taiwan Communities - The Third Year Research.”
  Additionally, to encourage more talents to join the research field of crime prevention, the Academy set up the Outstanding Thesis and Dissertation Awards on crime prevention field, and this year is the 7th year of the Award. In total of 105 master and doctoral students have received the honor. Deputy Minister Tsai, Pi-Chung of Ministry of Justice gave a speech and presented the awards to winners.

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