The International Police Science Institute seeks to develop academic activities in all areas of Police science. In other words, by conducting theoretical and practical research on the entire criminal justice system, including police administration, criminology and metaphysical law, we aim to contribute to the development of our nation and the international community by building a holistic theoretical foundation that contributes to social public welfare and orderly maintenance.
We will further publish the journal as an activity to achieve this purpose, we will develop a variety of research presentations and lectures, scholars, experts in the field, the symposium to participate in policy-making, the legal structure of crime victims, and counseling and legal counsel related to police activities, and contribute to the construction of the future of Safe International society.
The direction of the International Police Science Council is as follows in accordance with these established objectives and future-oriented goals.
First, the International Institute of potential capacity development through the establishment of a comprehensive system of related academic and practical areas with the keyword of police activities.
Second, it is a world-wide national society where everyone can participate and coexist from police science-related experts to people all over the world.
Third, the world’s leading global Transformation Institute.
In these three ways, we will establish the direction of the Institute and continue to develop specific programs to achieve them.
In the future, we will create an ever-growing society by developing ongoing academic research and projects, and we’ll be able to visualize those changes through this website. This achievement will shine even more when we are members of our society, as well as academics, hands-on, and people from all over the world.
Thank you for your deep interest and participation in the development of our society.
Academic Area & Scope
Area 1 Criminology & Penology
Area 2 Social Issues
Area 3 Social Science, Interdisciplinary
The use of volunteer officers provides numerous benefits for law enforcement agencies, including the ability to increase trust between police and the community, to reduce the workload of a department, and to maintain or extend services without further depleting a budget. The United States and the United Kingdom both employ the use of volunteer officers. However, there has been little comparative work on these two areas of the policing system. This research first discusses the volunteer system of policing in both the United States and United Kingdom, followed by findings on the confidence of officers from both areas as they relate to police duties. While Britain’s form of policing greatly influenced American policing, the two do not have the same policing system. There are a few major differences between these aspects of the policing system for both countries. First, the decentralized system in the United States does not have a standardized recruitment or training procedure. However, there are minimum requirements set forth by the individual state or federal agencies(e.g., the FBI, CIA, DEA, etc.). Within the United Kingdom, the centralized nature sets forth a standardized recruitment and training procedure that, for every department, is overseen by the government. Aside from the nature of the policing system, when compared to reserve deputies in Florida, special con-stables(who are similar in function and power to reserve deputies) receive much less training. Further, special constables echo this reality in their self-reporting, where far fewer special constables believed their training to be adequate in preparation for police duties compared to reserve deputies in Florida(3.2% vs. 37.5%). Additionally, special constables were less confident in their ability to conduct interviews and administrative tasks. Policy implications and limitations of the present study are also discussed.Keyword:Volunteer Officers, Sworn Officers, Policing System, Community Policing, Law Enforcement
Community Oriented Policing and POLICE Value: The Values of College Students Pursing a Police CareerCommunity-oriented policing(COP) has become a major approach in U.S. contemporary policing. Community relations and problem solving are main elements of COP. In this study, the author attempted to identify preferable values in the era of COP and examine the values of college students pursuing a police occupation as a future career. The examination of value differences across gender and race and the impact of value orientations on college students’ job desirability were also interests in this study. With 200 college students in New York City, the findings provided crucial implications to understand value orientations of U.S. police officers. Police applicants, compared to those pursuing other occupations, tend to be male college students majoring in criminal justice who devalue the importance of “equality” and “wisdom.” The value orientations of these police applicants do not adequately hold preferable values in the era of COP. However, females and minorities tend to have more preferable values than males and whites.Keyword:Police Value, Value System, Community Oriented Policing, Police Career, Rokeach Value Theory
Since the number of members who have a variety of langue and cultural backgrounds due to the expansion of exchanges between countries and cultures recently is increased, the Korean society changes to a multicultural society rapidly and the number of multicultural families is increasing. As the Korean society enters into the multicultural society, the number of multicultural background learners with various language and cultural backgrounds is swiftly increasing at school, a problem of Korean education for them is raised as a current issue and the phenomenon of not adjusting school life because of failure of communication, low school performance, identity crisis, and school violence problems, is increasing as well. Recently, efforts to cultivate social adaptability of children from multicultural family through establishments of language education policy, education for understanding multiculture and multicultural alternative school. Yet, children from multicultural family are suffering from adaptation to school and to social lives. To cultivate their social adaptability, their self-esteem and identity should be established. Moreover, broader bond of sympathy to support language and multicultural education should be formed in a community level, and various supports and policies at a social level should be prepared based on the bond. This study aims at exploring measures to have children from multicultural family obtain a sense of be-longing and identity in school and social lives in South Korea and adapt successfully to the community. Therefore, causes of social misfit of children from multicultural family are classified into intrinsic aspects – damaged self-esteem and self-identity confusion and Korean exclusiveness – and extrinsic aspects - academic underachievement and school life misfit from lacking communication capability, economic difficulty, insufficiency of active multiculture education policy and school violence – and are observed. As countermeasures to social misfit of children from multicultural family, bilingual culture education, Korean language education and multicultural education programs in educational aspects, and active response by the police, preparation of institutional measures to prevent crimes, various development and reinforcement of socio-cultural programs and institutional solutions to solve economic difficulty in social aspects are suggested.Keyword:Police Response, Crime Prevention, Social Misfit, Social Adaptability, Self-Esteem
Purpose; This study focuses on the establishment of an IoT convergence-based police communication skills improvement system for improving police English proficiency. As the number of foreign visitors to Ko-rea increases, the police work environment in Korea also needs to change accordingly. To this end, this study examines the English proficiency that police officers need in the course of their work, and suggests an appropriate English proficiency improvement system and English education improvement plan to improve English proficiency, which is essential for police officers in their working environment. Police officer candidates invest a lot of time and effort to improve their English proficiency to pass the police recruitment test. After the appointment, there are many cases where the working environment can-not be handled without the support of foreign affairs due to the failure to use proper English. Although English tests are being conducted to evaluate candidates' English proficiency in the recruitment process of Korean police officers, the type of test currently being conducted is solely focused on the calculation of successful candidates through discrimination of English scores. However, high scores on the police English test do not verify the English proficiency required in a real work environment. As a result, the effectiveness of English proficiency has been questioned in the police officer's performance. Unlike in the past, the number of foreigners visiting Korea for a short time or long-term stays steadily is increasing and the situation where frontline police officers, such as foreigner-related complaints and incidents have to be carried out by the police work directly against foreigners, is also increasing. In order to solve such complex problems, a system for improving and evaluating English proficiency of front-line police officers is needed. To this end, this study suggests IoT-based convergence police English proficiency improvement contents.Keyword:Policing, EGP, VR Contents, Police Occupational English, English Test Efficiency
The remuneration of police is the monetary reward paid by the government for police officials' service in office. The basic form of the remuneration system consists largely of additional allowances on the basis of basic pay. Police are a state-run agency that conducts the most basic and important tasks of protecting the lives, bodies and property of the people and maintaining the public peace. In reality, however, the po-lice are not paid enough to meet the responsibilities and difficulty of the job, and even in light of the job characteristics, they are paid less than general service and public security officials with lower responsibilities and difficulty than the police. As a result, discussions on improving the police's remuneration system have been made in many preceding studies, but the reflection on this is insufficient. A prior study on police remuneration generally points to problems in the current police remuneration system, and argues for improvements. Therefore, through a previous studies review, I suggested the enactment of the independent police remuneration law and the improvement of police personnel management. This independent remuneration law should reflect the special nature of police officers, and should also require the readjustment of relevant laws. The Act is also considered reasonable in that it can minimize resistance from members of the organization to operate with the addition of position classification elements while maintaining the existing remuneration systems of rank classification. In order to improve the ultimate remuneration system, it is thought that the government should adjust the number of ranks of police, improve the evaluation of performance of service for the linkage with the evaluation of performance of service, improve the promotion system for the linkage with the promotion system, and reform the field-oriented workforce. Therefore, if the overall improvement of the police per-sonnel management system is realized, it will be able to increase police morale. The promotion of police morale could lead to an increase in the benefit of people.Keyword:Police, Remuneration, Promotion, Personnel Management, Police Morale
|Lee Yeong nam||Catholic Kwandong University, South Korea|
|Helen Johnston General Affairs||University of Hull, UK|
|Lee Jae-young Research||Semmyung University, South Korea|
|Jacqueline Z. Wilson Intelligence||Federation University Australia, Australia|
|Joo Jong-kwang Management||Korea Ship Safety Technology Corporation, South Korea|
|Bang Ho-sam Planning||Chonnam National University, South Korea|
|Alistair Harkness International||Federation University Australia, Australia|
Editor in Administrator
|Lee Do-seon General Affairs||Silla University, South Korea|
|Kathryn Haynes Research||University of Hull, UK|
|Kwak Dae-hun Intelligence||Chungnam National University, South Korea|
|George Van Doorn Management||Federation University Australia, Australia|
|Nam Jae-seong Planning||Halla University, South Korea|
|Bankole Cole International||Sheffield Hallam University, UK|
|2015||JUN. 30||International Society for Police Science Established by Dr. Yun Gyeong-hui|
|DEC. 05||Inaugural General Meeting|
|2016||FEB. 10||International Journal of Police and Policing (ISSN 2423-8287)|
|JUN. 30||First Journal Publication (378 Tenjinchou Kamimaruko Nakaharaku Kawasakishi Kangawhken Japan)|
|OCT. 11||Digital Object Identifier Enrollment (DOI)
|2019||APR. 08||Journal Title Suggestion Scopus|
|MAY. 15||INFOBASE INDEX|
|JUN. 30||Journal Publication Change Address (2-20-7 Arakawa Arakawaku Tokyo Japan)|