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Central Police University

Central Police University
Zhōngyāng Jǐngchá Dàxué
Motto [1][2]
Motto in English
Established 1 September 1936 (in Nanking)
Type Police Academy
President Hsieh Hsiu-neng
Location Guishan District, Taoyuan City,  Republic of China

Central Police University (CPU; Chinese: 中央警察大學; pinyin: Zhōngyāng Jǐngchá Dàxué) is a police academy located in Guishan District, Taoyuan City, Taiwan. CPU is the highest educational institution for police education in Taiwan. CPU is an administrative agency under the ROC Ministry of the Interior.[3]


  • History 1
  • Organizational structure 2
  • Faculties 3
  • Notable alumni 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7


Established on 1 September 1936 in Maqun, Nanking as Central Police College by merging Police High School, MOI and Chechiang Provincial Police School. In 1937, the school college was moved to Danzhishi, Chungking due to the outbreak of Second Sino-Japanese War. After the winning of Second Sino-Japanese War by National Revolutionary Army in 1945, the college was moved back to Nanking.

Due to the Chinese Civil War in 1949, the college was moved to Canton, then Chungking, and finally Taiwan where it was consolidated with Training Course for Police Officers in Taipei.

In 20 December 1995, the college was formally renamed Central Police University after approval was given by the Legislative Yuan on 12 December 1995.[4]

Organizational structure

  • Secretariat
  • Department of Academic Affairs
  • Department of Student Affairs
  • Department of General Affairs
  • Personnel Office
  • Accounting and Statistics Office
  • Public Relations Office
  • Library and the World Police Museum
  • Infirmary
  • Forensic Science Laboratory
  • Computer Center
  • Extended Education Training Center
  • Student Corps[5]


  • College of Justice Administration
  • College of Police Science and Technology
  • General Education Center

Notable alumni

See also


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External links

  • CPU website
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