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Korea Coast Guard's Human Biological Materials Storage Project for Identifying Bodies Recovered from the Sea: A Model Suggestion (해양변사자 신원확인을 위한 해양경찰의 인체유래물 보관사업 모델제시)

  • Joo, Hyunjung;Choo, Minkyu;Baek, Yoongi;Kim, Namyul;Choi, A-jin;Im, Sonyoung;Lee, Jongnam;Kim, Hyungkyu;Lee, Hanseong
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety
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    • v.24 no.2
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    • pp.171-178
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    • 2018
  • The ocean is a harsh environment and Korea Coast Guard officers often face the threat of death or going missing in the line of duty. In order to promptly identify unknown bodies during mishaps, Korea Coast Guard Research Center has established an identification system using the DNA of its officers. This collected DNA can also be entombed in National Cemeteries when the remains are not recovered. The storage, disposal and quality control of the materials are overseen by the Governing Committee according to the Enforcement Rules for the Human Biological Materials Storage Project for the Identification of Officers Killed or Gone Missing in Action. Approximately 700 bodies are found per year along the Korean coast. An alternative method should be put in place for when identification through fingerprints and teeth are not applicable due to severe decomposition or partial recovery. We believe it would greatly contribute to helping identify the unknown bodies if the storage project could expand its data to include marine industry workers, relevant researchers and those involved in marine leisure activities.

A Study on the Legislation Directions of FRAMEWORK ACT ON KOREA COAST GUARD(tentative name) ((가칭) 해양경찰기본법 입법방향에 관한 연구)

  • Son, Yeongtae
    • Journal of the Society of Disaster Information
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    • v.10 no.3
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    • pp.396-407
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    • 2014
  • In 19th May 2014, the government announced that KCG(Korea Coast Guard) is dissolved regarding responsibility for recently accident which is Sewol ferry disaster. But KCG, a central administrative agency is responsible for protecting maritime sovereignty of South Korea; the most basic and indispensable organization. Furthermore, The purpose of KCG is to provide the safety of the public and keeping of public order by prescribing matters necessary for the securement of maritime security, maintenance of public order and protection of marine resources & facilities. Therefore, In this article, I would like to suggest tentatively named FRAMEWORK ACT ON KOREA COAST GUARD's management plan which could reflect the scope of functions. It means we examine the current state of KCG, and would like to signpost for the most ideal way of legal system in Korea Coast Guard. Finally, this treatise is expected that this research can be a guideline contribute to improving Korea Coast Guard relevant laws even a little.