The International Police Executive Symposium (IPES) brings police researchers and practitioners together to facilitate cross-cultural, international and interdisciplinary exchanges for the enrichment of the policing profession. It encourages discussions and writing on challenging topics of contemporary importance through an array of initiatives including conferences and publications.

BEST PAPER AWARD The editorial board of the journal “Police Practice & Research” is delighted to announce that the Best Paper Award for 2015 goes to ‘Procedural justice, police legitimacy, and legal cynicism: A test for mediation effects’, authored by Jacinta Gau, Department of Criminal Justice, University of Central Florida.

RUNNER-UP AWARD The Runner-Up award was presented to Anni Hesselink and Benjamin Haefele, both from the Department of Criminology and Security Science at the University of South Africa, for their paper, ‘A criminological assessment of police brutality and criminality against women in custody in South Africa’.

The winning paper received a first place prize of US $500, with second place receiving an honorable mention and US $300. The winners were announced at the annual ACJS meeting (March 29 – April 2, 2016) that was held in Denver, Colorado. For more information please contact managingeditorppr@gmail.com .

The Upcoming IPES 2017 Meeting Will Be Held In LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND

The 28th Annual Meeting of the INTERNATIONAL POLICE EXECUTIVE SYMPOSIUM
Will Be Held in LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND
DATE: August 6-10, 2017
THEME: Organised Crime & Terrorism: Policing Challenges from Local to International Level
Suggested sub-themes for Panels, Roundtables and Papers:
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“Hilton Liverpool City Centre – Hotel Information”

HOSTED BY: Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) and
Liverpool Centre for Advanced Police Studies (LCAPS)
Program Chair: Professor David Lowe
Email: IPES2017Chair@ipes.info
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Last Meeting Location (August 2016)
The 27th Annual Meeting of the INTERNATIONAL POLICE EXECUTIVE SYMPOSIUM
was held in WASHINGTON, DC – USA
DATE: August 8-13, 2016
THEME: Urban Security: Challenges for 21st Century Global Cities
HOSTED BY: The George Washington University
Program Chair: Professor Frederic Lemieux

Please note:
As of July 1st, 2014 IPES will no longer be issuing refunds.
Registration funds (after necessary deductions) will be transferred to a future meeting.