SCHOOL CRITICISED AFTER CALLING POLICE IN|附中生校慶切電源 警察進校園蒐證惹議

On Apr 9, police were brought onto the campus of a high school in Taipei after students launched a protest against school authorities during the school's anniversary celebrations. In response to criticism, Minister of Education Pan Wen-Chung admitted that the school might have acted brashly. On Apr. 9, the Affiliated Senior High School of National Taiwan Normal University celebrated its 70th anniversary. At the same time, a student protest was held to criticize school administration. Protesters hung two white banners over the stage and cut the power off, resulting in a silent microphone. The school called police to collect evidence, which later attracted criticism from DPP legislators on Apr.10. == SU CHIAO-HUI DPP legislator== I can't believe the police just entered the school like this, especially when they were actually invited by the school itself. As the nation's highest supervisor of education, do you think it is proper for a school to call the police? == PAN WEN-CHUNG Minister of Education== The MOE and the Ministry of the Interior have set clear rules on when can police enter schools. Only when someone is caught red-handed or if there is an immediate threat are police allowed to enter schools. DPP legislators asked the Ministry of Education to review the school's mis-management of the case. KMT legislators said that letting police enter school like this is an act of authoritarianism. == LAI SHIH-PAO KMT legislator== The school should remain free from police and military interference. There is no reason for them to enter schools. The school's president should be blamed. == CHOU WEN-KO Dep. Dir-Gen., National Police Agency== We police were only there to collect evidence. As to whether the school is going to file a suit against the students, we respect the school's decision. No students were taken away by the police. Minister of Education Pan Wen-Chung said that the school should improve communication and interaction with the students, and as HSNU is famous for its liberal values, the school should strive to maintain such reputation. The school is asked to submit an accountability report. TRANSLATED BY ARIEL HSIEH 師大附中昨天舉行校慶,發生學生抗議,校方報警,警方進入校園蒐證,引發爭議。教育部長潘文忠,今天到立院備詢,強調警察進入校園,教育部跟內政部早有規範,認為校方輕率動用警察,與教育理念不符,也認為師生應該加強溝通。 師大附中昨天70週年校慶,發生司令台的電源被切斷,麥克風沒有聲音,抗議學生還在司令台上垂掛白布條,表達對學校許多行政措施的不滿,校方報警蒐證,引發喧然大波。綠營立委上午砲聲隆隆,痛批校方處理不當。 ==民進黨立委 蘇巧慧== 竟然是有警察 直接公然到學校 還是校方主動邀請的 您做為這個全國的 教育主管最高機關 您覺得妥當嗎 ==教育部部長 潘文忠== 教育部跟內政部 其實對於警察同仁 要進入校園 做各項的事項 是有一個非常明顯的界限 除非是現行犯 或有立即危險的 這樣的一個前提之下 才允許警察同仁進到校園 綠營立委也要求教育部,要檢討校方處理不當的行政責任,藍營立委則認為,警察隨便進入校園,根本是威權復辟。 ==國民黨立委 賴士葆== 學校應該維持學校的 一定的一個淨化程度 不應該讓軍警 找任何的藉口進來 這校長應該被譴責啦 ==警政署副署長 周文科== 我們警察機關 只是到場 去做一個蒐證 那至於校方後續 他是不是提出相關告訴 我們尊重校方的作為 所以我們並沒有就學生待案 這個部分 去做處理 對於各界批評,潘文忠強調,校方應該加強與學生的溝通、互動,附中以自由學風聞名,希望校方多多珍惜。這次事件,會要求校方報告進行整體檢討,釐清相關人員的責任。 記者陳佳鑫 張梓嘉 台北報導

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