Creating an International Footprint
The OICJS maintains a worldwide network of criminal justice and security professionals, and the office is active in various international organizations, including the Silk Road Forensic Consortium in China.
In cooperation with the University's Henry C. Lee College, the OICJS has also established exchange programs with police departments around the world.
Polish National Police
This program is designed to familiarize students and professionals with the Polish criminal justice system, including police, courts, and corrections. Participants also learn about the misuse of social power and the elements that led to the Holocaust.
Korean National Police
A partnership with the Korean National Police combines classroom study with physical training to produce supervisory-level officers for the Korean National Police.
Danish National Police
Students are assigned to rotations with different police units to learn how police work solves crime. The course is divided between classroom time and rotations with the Danish police units. Class lectures focus on deductive, inductive, and abductive reasoning and how each is used in criminal intelligence analysis.