The Taibaojiu Police Post is located above Provincial Highway 7A in Heping District of Taichung City, near the Songmao Hamlet, on the flat area of mountain ridge between the Dajia River and the Hehuan River, and is about 2,300 meters above sea level.
This police post was set up by the Government-General in Taiwan during the Japanese occupation, and named it Taibaojiu. Due to the Japanese pronunciation, it was referred to as Tabok, which local residents often used this name to refer to the hamlet. In the post-war period, the police post was moved to the current site next to the highway. Most of this area has been developed into orchards.