2018 AAPS CALL FOR PAPERS

2018 AAPS CALL FOR PAPERS

CALL FOR PAPERS

2018 International Policing Think Tanks Forum &

2018 Annual Conference of AAPS

Jiangsu Police Institute, Nanjing, China

May 10 -12, 2018

Institute of Modern Policing Reform of the Ministry of Public Security, China
Jiangsu Institute of Public Safety, China
Asian Association of Police Studies

Deepening Law Enforcement Security Cooperation and Promoting Global Security Governance

Xue, Hongwei

Vice President, Institute of Modern Policing Reform of the MPS, China
& Jiangsu Institute of Public Safety, China

& Jiangsu Police Institute, China

Sandy Yeh, Ph.D.

Secretary General, AAPS

SUBMISSION DEADLINES

Thematic Panels and Individual Papers Abstracts Due:

Friday, March 2, 2018

Full Papers/PPT files Due:

Monday, April 9, 2018

Subareas for Call for Paper

Subarea 1: Building Cooperative Framework Mechanism and Security Governance Systems.
Practice, result and prospect of the existing framework mechanism of law enforcement security cooperation;
Cooperation mechanism in non-traditional security field and the construction of regional security community;
Influx, spillover of regional security risks and the supply of public safety products;
Building Regional maritime security order mechanism and rules;
Promote the cooperative security governance between governments /intergovernmental organizations/non-governmental organizations /transnational corporations /civil society.

Subarea 2: Strengthening Law Enforcement and Security Cooperation to Ensure the Construction of Belt and Road.
The characteristics and trends of security issues along the Belt and Road;
Regional security risks and safety governance along the Belt and Road;
Docking of law enforcement security policies between China and countries along the Belt and Road;
Regional anti-terrorism situation and countermeasures along the Belt and Road;
Protecting China’s overseas interests under the background of Belt and Road Initiative.

Subarea 3: Strengthening Police Exchanges and Cooperation and Promoting Law Enforcement Capacity Building.
Construction of police cooperation and mutual legal assistance mechanism against cybercrime;
Jointly crack down on transnational crimes such as organized crime, pornography, gambling, drug trafficking, human trafficking and fraud;
Strengthening international policing cooperation to prevent and combat terrorist crimes;
Strengthen the exchange and cooperation among police academies, police think tanks and law enforcement departments;
Strengthen the management and capacity-building of the police force.

 

 

Email Address for Submission

jspiimpr@163.com

 


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