ACCOP 2013

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Asian Conference of Criminal & Operations Psychology 2013

Psychology in Law Enforcement, Terrorism and Resilience:

Global Perspectives

20-23 May 2013, Singapore

The second run of the Asian Conference of Criminal & Operations Psychology (ACCOP) was held from 20-23 May 2013 in Singapore. This conference was a special meeting of the Society for Police & Criminal Psychology and is a gathering of experts in the fields of law enforcement, criminal and operations psychology, and behavioural sciences from both Asia and the West. ACCOP 2013 saw the gathering of officers and practitioners in this arena congregating, communicating and collaborating with one another.

Mindware for Operational Success

The theme for the conference was ‘Mindware for Operational Success’; emphasising on the influence of psychology and behavioural sciences to help inform and shape operational work in the fields of law enforcement, correctional work, and terrorism. The conference tracks for ACCOP 2013 were:

  • Criminal and Forensic Psychology
  • Psychology of Terrorism, Counter-Terrorism and De-Radicalisation
  • Operations Psychology and Criminal Hostage Negotiations
  • Correctional Psychology
  • Critical Incident and Disaster Psychology
  • Resilience and Counselling in Law Enforcement and Corrections Settings
  • Leadership and Command Psychology
  • Personnel Assessment / Occupational Psychology in Law Enforcement and Corrections Settings
  • Cybercrime and New Media Psychology
  • Traffic Psychology and Safety Behaviours
  • International and Cross Cultural Psychology