Security Education Narrative Database Patterns of Professional Education



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Patterns of Professional Education (PME, PGE, PPE)


PME=Professional Military Education

PGE=Professional Gendarme Education



PPE=Professional Police Education

This table illustrates some of the variables I am collecting for the database the more related information in the narratives, the easier it will be to fill out the data matrix.

PD

professional development period

Levels

PD1

cadet-Lt

PD2

capt-Major 5-10 yrs service

PD3

major-Lcol 10-20 yrs service

PD4

senior leaders Cols-Generals

Res

residential

Academic quality

Dis

distance

U

university degree offered, accreditation

U-

not all get degree-extra work required but degree encouraged

M

military only no degree or equivalency offered

M+

military with option to go to civilian university for credit

PR

Publications and research by faculty

LI

Language of instructional influence (not always language of instruction)

Cultural influence

En

English

Fr

French

Sp

Spanish

Ru

Russian

Ch

Chinese

Ar

Arabic

Ex-c

Exporter of PME, PGE, or PPE by means of courses offered abroad (for countries in brackets)

Import/export

Ex-h

Exporter of PME, PGE, or PPE by means of hosting foreign students (countries in brackets)

Im-c

Importer of PE by means of courses run at home (by countries in brackets)

Im-a

Importer of PE by means of sending students abroad on courses (to countries in brackets)

S or i

Self-sufficient or isolationist by policy

Ino

Innovation indicators:




Dif

Diffusion indicators:




Basic Data Sources


  • CIA World Factbook https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/

  • International Association of Chiefs of Police http://www.theiacp.org/

  • World Regional Office pages http://www.iacpinternational.org/html/ [note that there are some interesting differences in the division of regions, with Kazakhstan, for example, included in MENA, perhaps because it has more Islamic influence? Russia is European, there are a total of six regions]

  • Association of the European and Mediterranean Police Forces and Gendarmeries with Military Status http://www.fiep-asso.org/

  • Janes’s security risk assessments http://sentinel.janes.com/public/sentinel/index.shtml

  • World Police Encyclopedia, Dillip K. Das

  • NATO Academy list (69 pp) see nato acads.doc

  • International Colleges and Universities by country - http://www.4icu.org/

  • Military branches of the service by country and region - http://www.exxun.com/afd/ml_mil_branches/fd_2.html

  • There is a comparative wiki article on “military academy” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_academy with entries for military academies and military colleges of 42 countries (these are probably the most important 42)

  • Which are the 80 countries with gendarme forces?

  • Defence Academies and Colleges e-Learning http://www.dacel.com.au/index.htm who participated? Who is already networked?

  • ESDC – European Security and Defence Consortium

Instructions to research assistant:



  • Start by scanning the basic data sources then the country narratives below quickly to see what’s there.

  • Then dive into the country cases, find what you can about each, insert footnotes to indicate where you found it, and fill in as much detail as you can related to the variables I am collecting. Be brief with the contextual data, and expansive with the information that relates to the variables above.
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