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Prof. Peter Grabosky,
Distinguished Professor,
The Australian National University, 
Canberra, Australia.
   

 

Prof. Gary Cordner,
Professor of Criminal Justice/Police StudiesKutztown 
University of Pennsylvania, USA.

 

 

 

Prof. Petter Gottschalk,
Norwegian School of Management,
Oslo, Norway

 

Prof. Rod Broadhurst,
Key Centre for Ethics, 
Law, Justice & Governance,Griffith University, 
Mt Gravatt Campus, 
Qld. Australia
Prof. Chris W. Eskridge, 
Department of Criminal Justice, 
University of Nebraska, USA
 
Mr. Robert Green,
OBE, M.A, MSc, DMS,
Home Office, UK
Prof. Curtis Clarke,
Director Police and Peace Officer Training and
Curriculum Design Alberta Solicitor General and
Public Security
President of the Canadian Association of Police
Educators Alberta, Canada
 
Prof. Roger Hood,
Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford, UK.
  Prof. Jianhong Liu,
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (FSH) University of Macau, China
Prof. James F. Albrecht,
St. John's University (NYC)
Police Chief of Criminal Investigations,
EULEX – Kosovo NYPD Captain (ret.), USA
Naushad Ali Khan (SP Research),
KP, Police, Pakistan.
Prof. Nicholas Fyfe,
Director, Scottish Institute for Policing Research School of Sciences.
University of Dundee, UK

 

 

 

   

Prof. Johar Ali,
Institute of Social Work, Social and Gender Studies, University of Peshawar, KP, Pakistan.
  Prof. Louise I. Shelley,
Director, Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption center (Traccc)
Professor, School of Public Police,
George Mason University, USA.
   
Mr. Jianming Mei,
Associate Professor, Department of Criminology
Chinese People's Public Security University, Beijing, China.
  Prof. Syeda Farhana Jahangir,
Vice Chancellor,
Frontier Women University, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.
  Dr. Julie C. Abril, Ph.D,
Independent Social Scientist Durango,
Colorado USA.
  Mr. Kamran Adil (PSP),
Punjab Police.

 

 

  

 

 

Mrs. Mary E. Whisenhunt,
The Rendon Group Joint Information Operations Warfare Command
Texas, USA.
  Prof. Sarah Safdar,
Institute of Social Work, Sociology and Gender Studies,
University of Peshawar, KP, Pakistan.
 

Prof. Dr. Marc Coester,
Berlin School of Economics and Law,
Department of Police and Security Management, Germany.

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Kesavan Arrumugam,
Researcher & Administrator,
Multimedia University, Malaysia.
Dr. Kim K. Wang Raymond Choo,
Australian Institute of criminology,
Australia.

 

 

 

 

 

Justice (R) Dr. Munir Ahmad Mughal,
Former Judge,
Lahore High Court, Punjab, Pakistan.
Prof. Kam C. Wong, J.D,
Department of Criminal Justice Xavier University ,
Cincinnati, Ohio USA.
Prof. Julia C. Davidson,
Director of Research in Criminology,
Kingston University, UK.
  Prof. Dr. J. M. (Johan) Ras,
Head of Department: Criminal Justice,
University of Zululand.
Dr. Recep GULTEKIN,
Turkish National Police,
Turkey.

 

 

 

 

Prof. Suleyman Aydin,
Assistance Professor,
Turkish Police Academy,Ankara.
Prof. David Ted Johnson,
University of Hawaii, USA.
  Prof. Gwyneth Boswell,
University of East Anglia,
Norwich, UK.
  Prof. John Braithwaite,
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific,
Australian National University,
Canberra, Australia.
  Mr. Tariq Khosa (PSP),
Secretary, (Former) Narcotics Control Division,
Govt; of Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan

 

Mr. Jonathan R. White,
College of Interdisciplinary studies,
Allendate, USA

 

Porf. K. Jaishankar,
Department of Criminology and Criminology Justice,
Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, India.

 

Mr. Amjad Khan,
Northern Areas Police, KP, Pakistan.

 

Muhammad Salman Saeed (PSP),
Sindh Police, Karachi, Pakistan.

 

 
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