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Asian Conference of Criminal & Operations Psychology 2010

Psychology in Law Enforcement, Terrorism and Resilience:

Global Perspectives

18-20 May 2010, Singapore

The Asian Conference of Criminal & Operations Psychology (ACCOP) was held from 18 May to 20 May 2010 in Singapore. This inaugural conference was a special meeting of the Society for Police & Criminal Psychology and is a gathering of international professionals in the criminal and operations psychology areas. The ACCOP 2010 offered a unique opportunity for law enforcement psychologists, international police and academia to network and share their knowledge and research in these areas, thus serving as a nexus and a platform connecting Asian and Western experts.

Held at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel from 18 May to 20 May 2010, ACCOP 2010 was a global meeting of psychologists, international police and academia in the field of Criminal and Operations psychology. In the conference, a series of pre-conference workshops, keynote presentations, oral paper presentations as well as poster presentations were made. Topics covered at the conference were :

  • Criminal and Forensic Psychology
  • Psychology of Terrorism, Counter-Terrorism and De-radicalisation
  • Crisis and Criminal Hostage Negotiations
  • Critical Incident and Disaster Psychology
  • Leadership and Command Psychology
  • Resilience and Well-being in Law Enforcement and Corrections Settings
  • Personnel Assessment / Occupational Psychology in Law Enforcement and Corrections Settings
  • Changing Concepts of Order and Crime: Media and New Media Perspectives