Laws Information

Title: Guidelines for Administrative Inspection by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications in Matters Related to the Supervision of Postal Affairs
Am Date: 2019-10-30
Legislative History: Amendment to Article 2 and applicable forms No.1 on October 30, 2019; effective on November 1, 2019.



Point 2
The administrative inspections in matters related to the supervision of postal affairs are conducted by authorized persons of the Department of Posts and Telecommunications of the Ministry (hereinafter referred to as "the Inspection Agency"), or, in conjunction with police authorities. The Inspection Agency may request the assistance of personnel from any or all of the following departments, agencies or organizations:
(1) Relevant departments of the Ministry and agencies under the Ministry.
(2) Other administrative bodies specified under Article 19 of the Administrative Procedure Act.

Point 3
Apart from police officers, all inspectors shall wear an inspector's identity card issued by the Ministry and, when necessary, show his/her identification card.
The issuance and control of the aforementioned inspectors' identity cards shall be in accordance with the following:
(1) The Inspection Agency shall issue inspectors' identity cards printed by the Ministry's Department of General Affairs according to need; these cards shall each bear a serial number and a date of expiration (See Form I.)
(2) All inspectors' identity cards shall be turned in to the chief of the Inspection Agency for safekeeping after each assignment.
(3) In the event that an inspector's identity card is lost or becomes damaged, a report shall be filed for the cancellation of the card.