Open Science Research Excellence

ICLPJ 2015 : International Conference on Law, Policing and Justice

London, United Kingdom
June 28 - 29, 2015

Call for Papers

ICLPJ 2015 : International Conference on Law, Policing and Justice is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Law, Policing and Justice. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Policing, Public Safety and The Role of Civil Society
  • Policing, public safety and the role of civil society
  • Increasing safety feelings among the citizens
  • Using the citizens assessments as performance indicators for the Police
  • NGO involvement in fighting transnational crime (eg human trafficking, drugs, stolen artifacts, wild life, etc)
  • How can police and NGOs work together to improve public safety (local, state, national, transnational)
  • Drawing a thin Line between Community Policing and Traditional Policing
  • Innovations in Policing to handle Diverse Crimes
  • Criminal Justice - Police Operations
  • Sustainable Security in Developed and Developing Nations
  • The role of civilian police in peacekeeping and post-conflict
  • Police - NGO cooperation in peacekeeping or in rule of law reform in post-conflict nations or transitioning nations
  • Integrated Security Systems for Urban/ Populated areas
  • The Role of Police in Nations with Emerging Economies
  • Issues of development and role of criminal justice agencies in ensuring justice
  • Sustainable security
  • United Nations Civilian Police and peacekeeping
  • Police and NGOs: A Practice Research Relationship
  • Police - University Cooperation
  • Police - NGO research partnerships
  • Social Conditions and Crime
  • The Financial Crisis and its affect on Financial Crime
  • How can NGO's assist Policing or in community safety (local, state, national, transnational)
  • Using law enforcement to help eradication of poverty
  • Education as a crime prevention policy
  • Social programs and crime prevention
  • Providing equal protection of the law for those in the lower socio-economic groups
  • Preventing Financial and Other White Collar Crimes
  • Engaging the Citizenry in the Prevention and Control of Corruption and other Crimes
  • Addressing Gender and Youth Violence in Society
  • Addressing the problems of women and children in conflict and post conflict societies
  • Women peace-builders in conflict and post-conflict society
  • Innovations in policing violence against women and children
  • Armed violence and development
  • Restorative Justice
  • Women, economic development and violence in developing countries
  • Major initiatives in reducing youth violence and youth as victims