33rd ANNUAL MEETING of the

INTERNATIONAL POLICE EXECUTIVE SYMPOSIUM

Thessaloniki, Greece
August 4th ā€“ 9th, 2024

ā€œIPES brings police researchers and practitioners together to facilitate cross-cultural, international, and interdisciplinary exchanges for the enrichment of the policing profession.ā€

Call for Papers & Invitation to Conference

Conference Theme:

PROMOTING THE RULE OF LAW, PROTECTING HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE VULNERABLE SEGMENTS OF THE SOCIETY

Sub Themes:

  1. Enhancing Police Practices with Accountability, Legitimacy, and Transparency
  2. Organizational Learning, Technology, and Research-based Crime Prevention
  3. Hiring and Retention Issues in Policing
  4. Artificial Intelligence and its Implications on the Rule of Law and Policing
  5. Transnational Criminal Networks and International Policing
  6. Cyber Security and Fighting Cyber Crimes
  7. Protecting Borders, Policing Illegal Immigration, and Human Trafficking
  8. Police Suicide, Mental Illness, Stress and Burnout
  9. Policing Mass Shootings, Gun Violence, and Violent Crimes

Please send abstracts for papers and presentations to the Program Chair, Dr. Charles Russo, at [email protected]

All papers presented at the meeting will be considered for publication in a post-conference volume in the IPES Book Series, Advances in Police Theory and Practice.

The conference will be in Thessaloniki, a Greek port city on the Thermaic Gulf of the Aegean Sea, with evidence of Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman history remains. The conference will be held in the luxurious Anatolia Hotel (13, Lagkada str. 54629 Thessaloniki) in the city, and the intense sessions will be interspersed with a rich cultural program, including tours of the ancient historic sites! You can receive more information about cultural activities from Dr. Suezeana Mijovic Das, M.D., at [email protected].

The conference fee will cover the hotel, all meals, airport and local transportation, sightseeing, cultural entertainment, and the spousal program costs. You may register and pay here via credit/debit card, PayPal, bank transfer, or by sending a check.

For more information, please contact Dr. Mustafa Ozguler, IPES Program Administrator & Treasurer, at [email protected].

Dilip K. Das, Ph.D.

Founding President of IPES, Professor of Criminal Justice

Human Rights Consultant to the United Nations

[email protected]

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