BUSAN, South Korea — Busan will carry out a special crackdown on one-hundred-seventy-four child care centers with sixteen local governments until the fifteenth of June.
This crackdown is in response to the child abuse case that occurred in the public child care center in Suyeong-gu.
With this, Busan is planning to advise the installation of CCTV on the inside and outside of the child care centers after getting the agreement from parents and to conduct child abuse prevention education for child care teachers.
The news comes after a teacher of a public child care center in Suyeong-gu of Busan who was accused of assaulting and harshly punishing a one-year-old baby was arrested Tuesday.
Dongbu branch office of the Busan district office issued an arrest warrant for the 32-year-old Ms. Kim on charges of the child abuse and suspended the arrest warrant for a 41-year-old Ms. Min, the director of the child care center.
The court said it issued the arrest warrant for Ms. Kim because the subject is important and afraid that she may run but, in the case of Ms. Min, it is not feared that she would destroy the evidence or run.
Source: Busan eFM News