1-3 AUGUST 2022
PARTNERING TO DISRUPT TRANSNATIONAL CRIME
IN THE PACIFIC
The Australia Pacific Security College, in partnership with the Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police, the Oceania Customs Organisation, and the Pacific Immigration Development Community, will be hosting the inaugural Pacific Regional Law Enforcement Conference. The conference will be held on 1-3 August 2022 in Denarau, Fiji. On the fourth day, there will be a closed-door session for officials only.
The theme of the conference is “Partnering to Disrupt Transnational Crime in the Pacific”, to be underpinned by the core principle of “strengthening a network to beat a network.” The conference will be characterised by a practitioner-focused research-informed conversation.
The APSC is an educational institution funded by Australian aid and aims to strengthen regional security through collaborative learning and enhanced people-to-people relationships. Their activities support critical thinking about national security pressures, opportunities and new pathways forward. Find out more →
The OCO promotes efficiency and effectiveness in all aspects of Regional Customs Administrations with a membership of 23 countries and territories from the Pacific region, and assists members to align with customs international standards and best practice. Find out more →
CHIEFS OF POLICE
The PICP brings together Pacific Police Chiefs to exchange information, share learnings, and form regional agreements. There are 21 members in the PICP, with the Commissioner, Chief or Director of Police of each national police service representing the member state. Find out more →
PACIFIC IMMIGRATION DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY
The PIDC enables Heads of immigration agencies to discuss issues of mutual interest and to foster multilateral co-operation and assistance aimed at strengthening members' territorial borders and the integrity of their entry systems. Find out more →