The Anti-Fraud Office of the Executive Yuan was legally formed in order to put fraud offenses into force and successfully prevent them. In order to combat crimes and successfully integrate the government and local society, Premier Chen Chien-jen, declared during the plaque-revealing ceremony that the Anti-Fraud Office would be responsible for general planning, monitoring, and coordination of numerous ministries and commissions in the future making sure people can live in a decent society free from fraud's threats.
The Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Digital Affairs, the Financial Supervisory Commission, and the NCC are the five institutions that make up the Anti-Fraud Office, according to the Premier's address. The Anti-Fraud Office will compile international measures to stop fraud and other crimes, encourage greater feasibility, improve prevention through telecommunications, networks, and cash flow, strengthen the governance of each unit, and fully exploit the mobility and integrity of governance.
The Anti-Fraud Office of the Executive Yuan was established on May 31, and Premier Chen Chien-jen personally unveiled the plaque.Photo provided by Executive Yuan
To enhance technology investigative tools and law enforcement capacities, Taiwan High Prosecutors Office has also established the "Fraud and Information Crime Supervision Center" (查緝詐欺及資通犯罪督導中心) in addition to the Anti-Fraud Office's formal opening. In order to show their commitment to stopping fraud crimes and meet the public's expectations with real actions, National Police Agency of the Ministry of the Interior and the Investigation Bureau of the Ministry of Justice also established Anti-fraud workstations in various locations.
The Anti-Fraud Office of the Executive Yuan was officially launched to combat fraud crimes.Photo provided by Executive Yuan
The Anti-Fraud Office would like to reiterate that as information technology advances, fraud schemes are continually evolving. In order to conceal their identities, fraudsters frequently employ communication software, social networks, and virtual spaces. These crimes frequently include telecommunications, the Internet, and banking. The Anti-Fraud Office will adapt to changes in addition to the need for increased public awareness, and interdepartmental collaboration will combine resources to efficiently combat crime.