2003 Korea National Police University

The Fourth AAPS Meeting
Sunday 15 – Wednesday 18 December 2003
Venue: National Police University & Yang-Ji Ski Resort, Korea

Theme: Police and Security in the 21st Centurt

Speakers: About 20 police scholars or practitioners who are specialised in police studies, security management, law or criminology will talk about their research on Police and National Security, Police and Public Security or Police and Private Security respectively.

Participants: 150

Language: English

Registration Fee : US$100 (120,000 Won)Registration fee includes a copy of the proceedings, 2 light lunches(16th and 17th), conference dinner(16th), certificate of attendance, writing instrument, notepad, ID badge, daily coffee breaks, transportation and special site visits.

Information Desk: An information desk will be set up at the conference venue to disseminate information about different Asian Police Forces, academic institutions and security organizations (private as well as public bodies).

Korean Police facilities of interest and special tourist spots (17th and 18th).

Abstracts of paper presentations session1 session2 session3

Members of Organizing Committee

Dr Lee, Sang-An (Chairperson)

Department of Public Administration
Korea National police University

Dr Pyo, Chang-Won (Co-Chairperson)

Associate Professor and Director,
Department of Public Administration
Korea National police University

Dr Lee, Won-Keun (Vice-Chairperson)

Assistant Professor
Department of Public Administration
Korea National Police University

Prof. Kang, Ki-Taek (Manager)

Department of Police Studies
Korea National Police University

Miss Chung, Soo-On M.A. (Secretary)

Research Assistant
Korea National Police University

Miss Lee, Ji-Eun M.A. (Secretary)

Research Assistant
Korea National Police University

Mr Kwak, Mun-Jun (Secretary)

Research Assistant
Korea National Police University

Miss Shim, Bo-Young (Secretary)

Graduate Student
Department of Public Administration, Seoul National university

Mr Kim, Dong-Woo (Secretary)

Graduate Student
Department of Public Administration, Seoul National university

Registration Form

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

Complete this form and send it to us before August 30thvia:

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Print and fax to: +82 31 274 2898

Print and mail to:
Asian Association of Police Studies

Prof. Pyo, Changwon

National Police University
Yong-In City 449-703

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Registration Type & Fee:

conference registration only $100

conference registration plus accommodation1($300) total $400

conference registration plus accommodation2 ($90) total $190

accompanying person $50 (per person)

presenter & speaker (free registration and accommodation)

*** Please note that registration after August 30 will not be guranteed for accommodation at Yang-Ji Ski Resort

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Registration fee includes a copy of the proceedings, 2 light lunches(16th and 17th),Conference Dinner(16th), certificate of attendance, writing instrument, notepad, ID badge, daily coffee breaks, transportation and special site visits.

Accommodation 1 = double or twin bedroom at the Yang-Ji Ski Resort ($100 per night)

Accommodation 2 = condominium shared by 4 at the Yang-Ji Ski Resort

Yang-Ji Ski Resort Website :http://www.pineresort.com/yangji_eng/index.html

– All payments should be made in US Dollars or Korean Won

Cancellation Policy : You will receive a confirmation email of your registration, once the 2003 AAPS Conference Origanizing Committee receive your full payment. Cancellation of registrations will be accepted until October 01. 2003 up to which date the registration fee will be refunded in full. however $30 will be dedicated for administrative expenses. For cancellation received after October 02. 2003 the registration fee will become non-refundable.

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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