NCKU Directions for Surveillance System Management

104 年 11 月 18 日第 178 次行政會議通過


一、國立成功大學(以下簡稱本校)為健全管理本校監視錄影系統設置與調閱,以充分發揮 其效能及維護校園安全,並兼顧師生之權益,特訂定國立成功大學監視錄影系統管理要 點(以下簡稱本要點)。

1. To ensure robust management of the construction of surveillance systems and retrieval of video records, NCKU has stipulated the Directions for Surveillance System Management (hereinafter “the Directions”), thereby enabling the full utilization of such systems’ function, maintenance of campus safety, and protection of the rights of faculty and students.






2. The following units are in charge of the installation and maintenance of public space surveillance systems and the retrieval, archiving, and duplication of video records:

   (1) Physical activity venues: Physical Education Office of the Office of Academic Affairs

   (2) Motorbike and car parking lots: General Services Division of the Office of General Affairs

   (3) Student dormitories (including surrounding areas): Housing Service Division of the Office of Student Affairs

   (4) Areas surrounding NCKU and those not assigned a management unit: Campus Security Division of the Office of General Affairs



3. Each unit of NCKU shall plan and install its own surveillance system and assign designated personnel for its management, operation, and maintenance. This will facilitate the maintenance of public facilities and equipment and prevent the loss and damage of property.

When constructing a surveillance system, the unit shall complete the Surveillance System Construction Application Form (Appendix 1) and submit relevant information to the Campus Security Division for record-keeping. When necessary, the system shall connect with the management platform of the Campus Security Division.







4. The archiving and confidentiality of video records are managed according to the following regulations:

  (1) Video records acquired from a surveillance system should be kept confidential through compliance with related regulations, such as the Personal Data Protection Act. In the case of improper use of video records or leakage of personal information, offenders shall be subject to administrative, civil, or criminal liability.

  (2) When personnel in charge of surveillance system management resign or transfer to a different post, they must remain responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of video records acquired during their tenure.

  (3) Surveillance systems must operate continuously and shall not be paused or turned off without reason. Video records shall be preserved for at least 30 days.

  (4) Video records that require archiving under special circumstances shall be kept in duplicate. When such records are no longer required, they may be destroyed.

  (5) Except for video records that require archiving because of compliance with regulations or criminal investigation, all records shall be destroyed within one year.


  (一)校內單位或人員:本校各單位或教職員工生,因涉及個人權益維護所必要時,應填具 監視器攝錄資料調閱申請單(格式如附件2),敘明案由及指明特定調閱時段,經所屬單位主管同意,向管理單位提出。

  (二)司法機關:經司法機關以公文申請調閱或複製者,由檢調機關向學校提出申請,學校 同意後函覆。

  (三)校外人士:民眾為主張或維護其法律上利益時,須向警察機關報案後,由警察機關向 本校提出。


5. Viewing or duplication of video records shall comply with the following regulations:

  (1) University units or personnel: Personnel from each unit, faculty members, and students must complete the Surveillance Record Retrieval Form (Appendix 2) to ensure the protection of personal data. In this form, the applicant must describe the reason for viewing the video and specify the time of the record they wish to view. The form must be approved by relevant unit managers and submitted to the management unit.

  (2) Legal authorities: After legal authorities send official governmental documents to NCKU and notify the University of their request for viewing or duplicating video records, the Taiwan High Prosecutors Office will submit applications to the University. After such applications have been approved by relevant university personnel, the request shall be granted.

  (3) Personnel not affiliated with NCKU: When the general public need to view or duplicate video records to protect their legal rights, they must first report to the police department, which will then submit a request to the University.

  (4) When viewing or duplicating video records, the applicant must be accompanied by personnel appointed by the relevant management unit. A designated record tracking booklet shall be kept.



  (二)提供資訊有妨害犯罪之偵查、追訴、 執行或足以妨害刑事被告公正之裁判或有危害他 人生命、身體、自由、財產之虞者。


6. Applicants with one of the following conditions shall not be allowed to view or duplicate video records:

  (1) Those who want to access data that must be kept confidential according to law.

  (2) Those who provide information that impedes criminal investigation, prosecution, or punishment; those who hinder the fair judgement of criminal defendants; and those who pose a threat to the life, body, freedom, or assets of others.

  (3) Those who intrude upon the privacy of another person. Applicants who have received written consent from the person concerned are exempted from this condition.


7. All applications to view and duplicate surveillance records along with the record tracking booklet shall be preserved for at least one year.





8. Management and maintenance of surveillance equipment shall comply with the following regulations:

  (1) Personnel in charge of equipment maintenance shall inspect and maintain related equipment on a monthly basis to ensure the adequate operation of the surveillance system. Malfunctioning equipment shall be repaired immediately.

  (2) The management unit shall perform self-inspection each semester to examine the deployment and use of surveillance equipment. The inspection results shall be submitted to the Campus Safety and Disaster Prevention Center.

  (3) Management units shall keep a list of surveillance equipment according to the asset management regulations of the University.


9. The Directions shall be implemented upon approval in an administrative meeting. Any amendments shall be processed accordingly.