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Introduction of the Chief Prosecutor

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Hsu Hsi-hsiang

                                                                      Chief Prosecutor  Hsu, Hsi-Hsiang


Educational Background

◆ Graduated with a master's degree from the Institute of Law, National ZTE University

Judges and Prosecutors Training Institute, 31nd session, Ministry of Justice,


Working Experience

Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor Office of the Taiwan Taichung District Court

◆ Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor Office of Jinmen District Court of Fujian Province

◆ Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor Office of Taiwan Changhua District Court

◆ Chief Prosecutor of the Public Prosecutor's Office of the Taiwan Taichung District Courtn

◆ Prosecutor of the Procurator Office of the Taichung Branch of the Taiwan High Court

◆ Seconded to the post of Director of Ethics of the Coast Guard, Executive Yuan

◆ Chief Prosecutor of the Procurator’s Office of Fujian Jinmen District Court

◆ Chief Prosecutor of Taiwan Hsinchu Local Prosecutor's Office

◆ Chief Prosecutor of Taiwan Changhua Local Prosecutor's Office



Messages from the Chief Prosecutor

The judiciary is the guardian of social justice. The prosecutorial organizations, standing on the front line of the judiciary, conduct investigations and prosecutions in order to effectively crack down criminal activities, protect public interest, and maintain social order. This office will continue to reinforce the investigation of crimes, strictly put the law into practice to protect the public from fear, actively promote legal awareness of the public, strengthen the judicial protection, and carry out the protection of victims of crimes so that all the citizens can understand and obey the law, and do not commit or become victims of crimes. Members of this office, equipped with professionalism, enthusiasm and responsibility, will stand firmly in their positions, and respond to the needs and expectations of the citizens. We welcome suggestions and complaints, so that we can provide the services more creatively and progressively.

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