The Australasian Institute of Policing

The Australasian Institute of Policing has been established by practitioners, for practitioners to further the policing profession and is therefore independent from police employers, government and the various industrial bodies.

More information as to the history and objects of the association can be found in our About Us section.

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Journal Now Available Online: VOLUME 9 NO 1 WINTER 2017

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CALL FOR PAPERS

We are calling for papers for Volume 10, No. 2 Summer 2017 of our journal Australasian Policing: A Journal of Professional Practice and Research for consideration for publication in this (and subsequent) editions.

If you are interested in submitting an article for publication, please contact us at aipoljournal@aipol.org.

Instructions to Authors and submission guidelines can be found here Submission Guide

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AiPOL EDITOR

Professor COLIN ROGERS

H.N.C Public Administration
B.A. Police Studies
MSc Social Science Research Methods
Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Adult and Training)
Degree of Doctor of Philosophy
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

 

Professor Colin Rogers is a former police Inspector with 30 years service joined the university full time in 2004, having taught as part time lecturer in criminology since 1997.

His areas of expertise include Community Safety Partnerships, Situational Crime Prevention, Problem Oriented Partnerships and also Police Governance and Accountability.

Currently, he has accepted a job at Charles Sturt University starting in September/October as Professor of Policing. He has been the AiPol editor for 4 years.

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Volume 9 Number 1 Winter 2017
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The latest edition of the journal Australasian Policing is now available online.