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Category Archives: Asia
This article describes the adoption of intelligence-led policing since 2004 by China’s Ministry of Public Security “to address longstanding problems with information sharing and a backward analytical culture at every level of public security.” The author observes that “New intelligence … Continue reading
This article reports Swaziland transitioning from a training-only police college to a degree-granting police academy. In addition to offering “advanced and specialised police studies at the level of diplomas and degrees,” the academy “will also serve as a centre of … Continue reading
Establishing a national police university in India, previously suggested in 2008, is back on the table, according to this article. The university would offer degrees, serve as a central repository for police data, conduct research, and develop new policies and … Continue reading
This column by a police commander in India applauds recent decisions to increase funding for infrastructure and modernisation, but argues that fundamental reforms are needed, since public trust is low, crimes go unreported, and conviction rates are only about 22%. … Continue reading
This article notes increasing Islamic State terrorist activity in Southeast Asia and identifies several structural and practical impediments to developing an effective regional response through ASEAN, including slow processes, lack of practical action, and unresolved border disputes.
This article describes the plight of traffic police in Vietnam, widely regarded as corrupt and also widely ignored by motorists. The advent of social media has brought them even more criticism, along with some degree of sympathy and support.
Interpol members have voted 75-24 to admit the Palestinian Authority, bring the total number of participating countries to 192, according to this article. Among the countries still seeking membership are Taiwan and Kosovo.