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2003 Program

The 2003 AAPS Annual Conference
National Police University, Korea, 15-18 December, 2003

Day 1 (15th December)

All Day : Arrival & Registration [Airport & Yang-Ji Resort] 19:00-22:00 : AAPS Executive Committee Meeting : Yang-Ji Resort

Day 2 (16th December) : National Police University

09:00-09:30 : Opening Ceremony & Key Note Speech

Speaker : Dr. Richard H. Ward, Dean of Criminal Justice College,
Sam Houston State University, USA

09:30-13:00 Session 1 : Police & National Security

Chair : Prof. Changwon Pyo (Korea National Police University)


-. Kam C. Wong, (University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh)
“Securing the Homeland in the United States: A Preliminary Policy Analysis and Interim Impact Assessment”
-. Kevin Ryan, John Song, & James Gillham (SUNY College at Buffalo)
“Challenges associated with immigration laws against human smuggling in the United States”
-. Hangsheng Zheng (People’s University of China, Beijing), Jianming Mei & Chunli Zhang (Chinese People’s Public Security University)
“Terrorism in China”
-. Jong-Wook Han(Korea National Police University)
” The Security System of Olympic Winter Games”
-. Yang Zonghui (Central South China University of Economics, Law and Political Science)
“Research on Crime of Terrorism”
-. Minu Yun (Sam Houston State University)
“Russian organized Crime – Ethnographic Study”

13:00-14:00 : Lunch Break

14:30 -18:00 Session 2 : Police & Public Security

Chair: Prof. K.C. Wong (University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh)

[Presentations] :

-. James Wong (Motorola, Singapore)
“Demand on your Communication System during Disasters”
-. John H. Song & Roger Fung (SUNY College at Buffalo)
“Challenges of Ecstasy Trade to Security and Crime Control in Asian Societies”
-. Sun Juan(Chinese People’s Public Security University) & Cui Song (Liaoning Province Police Department, PRC)
“The Engineering of Quality Management System in China Police Organization, the Feasibility, Obstruction and Strategy Analysis.”
-. Dawei Wang & Huixia Huang (Chinese People’s Public Security University)
“Chinese traditional cultural impact on domestic violence and implication on policing”
-. Wang Junping (Central South China University of Economics, Law and Political Science)
“Analysis of Crime Prevention System in Ancient China: the Case of Qing Dynasty”
-. Kam C. Wong (University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh)
“Law and Order in Cyberspace: A Case Study of Cyberspace Governance in Hong Kong”
-. Laurie Lau (University of Leeds, UK)
“Insecurity, Governance: Hong Kong Internet Policing”
-. Shu-Lung Yang (National Chung-Ching University, Taiwan)
“An Empirical Study on the Decision-Making Process of Investigation-Initiation and Solvability Factors in Criminal Cases”

18:30-20:00 Conference Dinner

Day 3 (17th December) : National Police University

09:30-13:00 Session 3 : Police & Private Security

Chair : Prof. John Song (SUNY College at Buffalo)
[Presentations] :

Mahesh K. Nalla (Michigan State University) & Sylvia S. Lim (Temasak Polytechnic)
“Community Policing in Singapore: Public and Private Partnerships”
Chon, Don Soo (Kaya University)
“Bank Robbery Prevention by Applying Situational Crime Prevention Theory”
Mahesh K. Nalla & Eui-Gab Hwang (Michigan State University)
“Private Police in Emerging Markets: South Korea”
Mohammed Bin Kashem (University of Chittagong, Bangladesh)
“A Study of the Private Security in Bangladesh”
Tae Jin Chung (Yong-in University)
“Security & Risk Management: Implementation of commercial drug testing policy for automobile industry in Korea”
Joon-Tae Lim (Dongguk University)
“A Comparative Study on Security Guard Training Program between Korea and Germany”
Dong-Young Lee (Daebul University)
“Insurance Fraud Prevention & Response in Korea”

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00-20:00 Site Visit

Day 4 (18th December)

09:00-10:00 AAPS Genreal Meeting (Yang-Ji Resort)

10:00-16:00 Special Tour & Farewell

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