In a world where technological advancement and evolving threats keep arising, the World Police Summit 2024 stands as a pivotal platform where global law enforcement comes to meet.
Brought to you by the esteemed Dubai Police, this unparalleled event gathers prestigious forces including the FBI, NYPD, INTERPOL, Australian Federal Police, Korean National Police Agency and the Metropolitan Police from over 138 countries. Whether you’re into policing tech, cybersecurity, commercial security, or road safety, the summit unfolds an array of unmatched opportunities for everyone.
And when we say, “Uniting Global Forces for a Safer Tomorrow,” it isn’t just a motto—it’s our mission. This is where the world’s law enforcement builds stronger ties, aiming for a safer, brighter future.Official website
|1st Jury Meeting||September 25, 2023|
|Submission Portal Closes||September 30, 2023|
|2nd Jury Meeting||October 05, 2023|
|Speakers Announced||October 31, 2023|
|World Police Summit Opens||March 05, 2024|
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Dubai World Trade Centre
Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) is the premier events space in the region. With more than three million annual visitors, 50,000 exhibitors and around 185 countries represented, the sprawling exhibition centre is more than meets the eye, with restaurants, hotels, offices and lounges – but it’s not all for trade shows. There’s plenty of fun events, too.
DWTC plays host to a wide range of live shows throughout the year. Past performers include DJ Tiesto, George Ezra, 30 Seconds to Mars and comedy superstar Dave Chapelle. The expansive, interconnected halls have also welcomed huge international productions, such as Cirque du Soleil. Post-event, visitors can roam around the wider area, which offers a huge number of restaurants, hotels and lounges.
The main Trade Centre campus includes Sheikh Rashid Hall, Maktoum Hall, the Al Mulaqua Ballroom, Sheikh Saeed Halls, Za’abeel Halls and the Trade Centre Arena. DWTC is also the home of Dubai’s first ever skyscraper. Rising 38 storeys, Sheikh Rashid Tower (also referred to as Dubai World Trade Centre) was built in 1979 and remained the tallest building in Dubai for many years.
Emirati Journal of Policing & Security Studies
The Emirati Journal of Policing and Security Studies: Theory, Practice, and Principles is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research studies, conceptual articles, overviews or theoretical reviews, and articles on good practice or assessment of practice, To reflect the ever-changing landscape in which police personnel operate around the world. It seeks to encourage police practitioners and academic researchers to submit articles for publication that focus on real-world policing issues such as cybercrime, criminal investigation, police management, crime prevention, public engagement, and threats to domestic and international security.Read more
Date: 5-7 March 2024
Organized by: Dubai Police
Location: World Trade Centre
Submission: Online Submission