(1)What are the qualifications for the inmates who wish to attend the skill training class?
Answer： Inmates who fulfill the qualification requirements for attending the skill training class are listed below:
1.Inmates who do not violate any regulations within the latest year or are judged not to be punished in cases of less serious violation, and are also without other criminal law cases.
2.Inmates who are healthy and without mental diseases.
3. Inmates who are qualified to apply for parole or will be released within the two years when the class is completed, as well as inmates who are approved by the Department of Justice due to individual cases.
4. Inmates who are not segregated.
5. Inmates who have not received any skill trainings in the Prison.
(2) What flavors of peanut candy do you have? What is the price for each flavor? How should I place order and remit money to you?
Answer： The manufacture of “Peanut Candy,” the Prison’s self-run business, is by adding malt sugar to selected peanuts. We guarantee that this product contains no artificial preservatives and other sugar additives.
Flavors: We produce two flavors of peanut candy – black sesame and white sesame. You can choose to buy a box of peanut candies with the same flavor or mixed flavors. Each box contains 12 peanut candies and costs NTD 120 (shipping cost not included).
Special Price: You buy ten boxes of peanut candies and get onef or free.
Phone: 07-7882514 or 07-7882549 Ext. 221, 222, 223, 224
To Business Section,
No.1, Rende Village, Daliao Township, Kaohsiung County 831, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Account Name: Taiwan Kaohsiung Prison 414 Account
Bank Name: Taiwan Cooperative Bank, Hsiaokang Branch (Code Name: 006)
Account Number: 5296–713–06002–4
(3)How to entrust you to produce products for us? Are there any specific regulations concerning this?
Answer： We sincerely welcome all companies and enterprises (including independent contractors) to entrust us to produce products. Anyone interested in entrusting us to produce products shall contact the Business Section by phone or come to the Prison and talk to us face to face. Please also bring the finished products to the Prison for further evaluation, and we will later consider the possibilities of cooperation with you.
1. We will check the finished products to ensure that the manufacture of the products is not excessively complicated or dangerous. The manufacture of the products, in principle, shall not threaten the maintenance of security and hygiene, either.
2. Both of us shall first have a discussion on the pay for each finished product (or wages of the inmates) in the pilot run and fill in a price valuation form. You shall also pay the guaranty money for the pilot run, the period of which shall not exceed one month.
3. If we are satisfied with our cooperation during the pilot run period and agree to further sign the toll manufacturing contract, a committee meeting shall be held immediately to draw up the contract specifications and the pay for each finished product. The contract term is one year, and the guaranty money for the pilot run will be converted to the performance guaranty money. As we will settle accounts on the 15th day of each month, the companies and enterprises are required to pay us full wages by the 5th day of the coming month. During the contract period, the companies and enterprises shall provide us with adequate workload based on the number of the inmates, so as maintain our rights and interests.
4. The Business Section may be contacted by the following phone numbers: 07-7882514 or 07-7882548 Ext. 221-4.
(4)What is the grading standard for inmate labor operations?
Answer： According to the Enforcement Rules of Law of Execution in Prison (with a special focus on the progressive corrective measures of inmates), the grading standard for inmate labor operations are stated as the following:
1. An inmate’s daily received scores are according to his productivity (i.e., the amount of finished products), as stated below:
(a) 4 points for those who exceed the targeted amount.
(b) 3.5 points for those who reach the targeted amount.
(c) 3 points for those who reach 8/10 of the targeted amount.
(d) 2.5 points for those who reach 6/10 - 8/10 of the targeted amount.
(e) 2 points for those who reach 4/10 to 6/10 of the targeted amount.
(f) 1 point for those who reach 2/10 to 4/10 of the targeted amount.
(g) 0 point for those who reach 2/10 of the targeted amount.
2. An inmate’s daily received scores are according to his operating speed, as stated below:
(a) 4 points for those who finish earlier than the expected time.
(b) 3.5 points for those who finish on time.
(c) 3 points for those who delay for one hour.
(d) 2.5 points for those who delay for two hours.
(e) 2 points for those who delay for three hours.
(f) 1 point for those who delay for four hours.
(g) 0 point for those who delay for five hours.
3. The grading standard for those who cannot be evaluated by their productivity and operating speed, such as inmates who are chosen to do chores in the workshops, shall be graded in accordance with whether they are hard workers.
4. The grading standard for juvenile inmates’ labor operations shall be three-fourths of general inmates’.