The International Police Science Association is "Exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3)"



"To be among the five leading think tanks in promotion of policing worldwide"


"Attainment of a high quality, excellent policing through foundation and development of police sciences"


1. Academic Integrity
2. Transparency
3. Fairness
4. Team Work
5. Community Responsibility


1. Management of security knowledge through the translation of police science-related researches into various languages.
2. Dissemination of police culture through continuous training and learning.
3. Sharing of knowledge and expertise through regular conferences and symposia.
4. Development of security performance through the World Internal Security and Police Index (WISPI).
5. Encourage scientific research in the policing field through competition for IPSA Police Science Award.


1. Publication of a translated book on an annual basis.
2. Sustainability of training on policing.
3. Holding an annual conference.
4. Releasing of the WISPI annual Report.
5. Awarding a Scientific Prize in one of the 3 categories of IPSA Police Science Award.

Prof. Dr. Mamdooh Abdelhameed Abdelmottlep founded the International Police Science Association (IPSA) in 2013, a non-profit association operating only under this name since its inception. It is specialized in the field of police science and practices globally. Its objective is to bring people engaged and deals with police work. The association addresses the mission by disseminating the information about police science and practice in improving the quality and excellence of police work. Identifies, defines, advocate and plan and implement strategies to meet those needs of an individual with an interest in public safety and criminal justice. Provides information in order to further understand the police science related to criminal justice.

This thought has coincided with an invitation launched by Dr. Mamdooh Abdelmottlep, Professor of Criminal Justice and Security Experts to establish an International Association with the aim of rooting police science and to be a platform for the police thought worldwide. The Association believed that a radical reformation of the role of science in policing be necessary if policing is to become an arena of evidence-based policies. Also, think that the advancement of science in policing is essential if police are to retain public support and legitimacy, cope with necessary budget reductions, and if the policing industry is to alleviate the problems that have become a part of the policing task. The new perspective in policing changes the relationship between science and policing. It demands that the police adopt and advance evidence-based policy and that universities become active participants in the everyday world of police practice. Having the police take ownership of police science will improve policing and ensure its survival in a competitive world of the provision of public services.
The Membership of the association reflects the diversity of persons involved in the field, including law enforcement, academics, judges, policymakers and practitioners, and experts.


The Association exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of Title 26 of the United States Code.