Police Detection of a Case of Illegal Provision of Examination Answers in 18 Provinces of China

 Police Detection of a Case of Illegal Provision of Examination Answers in 18 Provinces of China

Hefei, CCTV, Dec. 16, according to Voice of China News Evening Peak, police in Hefei last month cracked a case involving 18 provinces and more than 40 prefectures in the country, which was supervised by the Ministry of Public Security.

In late August of this year, a national vocational qualification examination was being conducted in 2018. When the police of the network security detachment of Hefei Public Security Bureau made an on-line inspection, they found that at a test site near a square in Hefei, some people sent examination answers to the candidates. The New Station Branch of Hefei Public Security Bureau promptly mobilized the capable police force to set up the 8.30 special case team, and made every effort to carry out the investigation and handling of cases. The team extends and deeply analyses the clues involved in the case, starting with the QQ number used by the suspect when committing the crime, trying to find out the number holder. Police have mastered more than 20 QQ numbers, mobile phone numbers and bank accounts. The police found that the QQ numbers involved in the case were nicknamed Flying Assist Examination, Examination Answer, Assist Examination Teacher Chen and other nicknames, and advertised on the Internet. However, all QQ involved in the case do not have any real identity information, the mobile phone and bank accounts involved do not use the identity registration of the relevant personnel, and transactions, payments are completed online, the police realized that the suspects have a strong sense of anti-detection.

Chen Yue, a police officer at the new station branch of Hefei Public Security Bureau, told reporters: The police found that this is a typical case of online assistant exam. Under the guise of education and training, they attracted candidates by sending Assistant Exam advertisements on various network platforms such aspaste baron the Internet, so as to provide candidates with equipment answers to cheat in the exam, so as to help the reference candidates achieve cheating.

After the initial investigation by the police, the case is complex, involving a large number of people. The upper and lower lines are distributed in 18 provinces and more than 40 prefectures and municipalities in the country, and have strong concealment, complexity and technology. After a series of research and investigation, the task force took two suspicious sites as the breakthrough point to carry out the work of arranging around, gradually sorting out the focus of investigation and narrowing the scope. Eventually, the team acquired the identity of two suspects and their hiding places. On the afternoon of September 12, the police raided and arrested the suspects hiding place, an apartment building in Hefei. They took control of two suspects, Wang Mou and Jiang Mou, who were committing crimes in the room. Civilian police seized a computer and a large number of telephone cards, bank cards, other peoples identity cards, Internet silver U shield and cheating equipment in their room. Civilian police also found two mobile phones with damaged screens in the green belt downstairs of apartments. After verification, the two people tried to damage the hidden mobile phone is their usual tool for committing crimes. In front of the evidence, the suspects Wang Mou and Jiang Mou faithfully confessed the criminal fact that the two partners illegally provided and sold examination answers.

Wu Feng, a police officer at the new station branch of Hefei Public Security Bureau, revealed: Criminal suspects arrange special persons to enter the examination room as candidates, shoot examination questions, and then pass them out through their special equipment. Off-site special persons answer the questions, and then send the answers to the various assistant examinations. The criminal suspects are then forwarded to the examinees in the examination room by the various assistant examinees.

Originally, in March this year, Wang bought a large number of QQ numbers, mobile cards and cheating equipment from the Internet. Then he invited his cousin Jiang Mou to come to Hefei from Shanghai. He registered Hengtong Education Company under Jiang Mous name. Under the guise of conducting various qualifications examinations and qualifications evaluation, he issued test-aid advertisements in various forums, post bars and instant messaging groups to develop customers. Since April, Wang Mou and Jiang Mou have been selling cheating equipment to candidates, such as signal transmitters, signal converters, eraser monitors and microphones. At the same time, they also explained to Xu Mou, Yao Mou who provided them with the answers to the exam and to the upper thread who provided them with cheating equipment.

Wu Feng said: After investigation, it was found that the criminal suspects sent examination answers to several candidates in six or seven examinations from April to September 2018, making more than 100,000 yuan illegally.

From late October to early November, under the coordination of the Anhui Provincial Public Security Department, the special task force went to Huainan and Shouxian in three routes. All the suspects were captured in Nanchang, Zhengzhou and Taizhou.

Shandong Editor-Director Joint Examination Question Release Investigation Team has locked the relevant parties

On December 15, some netizens posted a microblog, suspecting that Shandong editors and directors cheated in the Heze Examination Area which attracted wide attention. Reporters today (16) learned from the Shandong Provincial Examination Institute for Educational Enrollment that the joint investigation team composed of public security and education departments in Shandong Province overnight investigation, has now locked the relevant parties. The joint investigation team initially identified this as a cheating incident among candidates, and other cases are still under further investigation.