ATbar Bauer, Alain (Prof.)

Bauer, Alain (Prof.)

Professor & Chair of Criminology, National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (CNAM), France

National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts CNAM (since 2009),

Senior Fellow at the Terrorist Center of the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York (USA), Senior Fellow at the Law and Political Science University of China, Beijing (PRC),

 * President of the Mission implementing the National Private Security Control Council (2011),

* Co-President of the Mission for the White Book on Public Security (2010-2011),

* President of the Strategic Research High Council to the President of the Republic (since december 2009),

* President of the Working Group on Customs Files (2009-2010),

* President of the Stratégic Security Mission to the President (2007-2010),

* President of the National CCTV Commission (2007-2011),

* President of the Police Files Control Group (2006-present),

* President of the National Crime Council since 2003 and of the National Crime and Justice Council since 2010,

* Vice President of Francopol since 2009,

* Member of the Honorary Commitee of the International League Against Racism and Antisemitism (since 2003),

* Former member of the High Authority against Discrimination (2005/2007),

* Former member of the National Commission for Human Rights (2000/2003),

* Former Advisor to the Prime Minister (Michel Rocard 1988/1990),

* Former Vice President of the Sorbonne University (Paris I - 1981/1988),

* Founding Member of SOS Racism (1985),

* Criminologist at the Sorbonne University (Paris I, Paris II, Paris V), at the Gendarmerie Hight Studies Center, at the National Magistrate's Academy, at the National Superior Police Academy,, at the Canadian Police College, at the Chinese Criminal Police Academy (Shenyang, PRC)Š. Member of the ICT International Advisory Board,

* Consultant for the New York Police Department (USA), the Los Angeles Sheriff Department (USA), the Sûreté du Québec (Canada),

* Colonel of the Air Force (Reserve).

 

CRIMINOLOGIC AND STRATEGIC BOOKS

* Violences et insécurité urbaines (PUF 1998, 12ème éd. 2010),

* L'Amérique, la violence, le crime (PUF 2000, 2ème éd. 2001),

* La guerre ne fait que commencer (Jean-Claude Lattès 2002, Folio Gallimard 2003),

* Les polices en France (PUF 2001, 3ème éd. 2010),

* Le crime aux États-Unis (PUF 2003),

* Les polices aux États-Unis (PUF 2003),

* Dico Rebelle (Michalon 2004),

* Imaginer la sécurité globale (La pensée et les hommes Bruxelles 2004),

* État d'urgence (Robert Laffont 2004),

* L'énigme Al Qaida (Jean Claude Lattès 2005),

* Géographie criminelle de la France (Odile Jabob 2006),

* World Chaos (DRMCC 2007),

* Mieux contrôler les fichiers de police et de gendarmerie (Documentation Française 2007),

* Radicalization in the West (NYPD 2007),

* Vers une plus grande efficacité du service public de sécurité au quotidien (Documentation Française 2007),

* Le nouveau chaos mondial (Les riaux 2007),

* La criminalité en France (CNRS Editions 2007),

* Déceler, étudier, former : une voie nouvelle pour la recherche stratégique (INHES 2008),

* Jeux en ligne et menaces criminelles (Rapport au ministre des comptes, 2008),

* Le 11 Septembre (Editions Ouest France 2008),

* Année stratégique 2008,

* Vidéosurveillance et vidéoprotection (PUF 2008),

* Année stratégique 2009 (Dalloz 2008),

* Terrorism Early Warning (LASD 2008),

* La criminalité en France (CNRS Editions 2008),

* Football et société (FFF 2008),

* Sécurité privée en Europe (INHES 2008),

* Criminologie Française (2009),

* Les 100 mots de la police et du crime (PUF 2009),

* Les fichiers de police et de gendarmerie (PUF 2009),

* Les études de sécurité publique (PUF 2009),

* La face noire de la mondialisation (CNRS Editions 2009),

* Année stratégique 2010 (Dalloz 2009),

* La criminalité en France (CNRS Editions 2009),

* Le sens de la Liberté (PUL 2010),

* Les terroristes écrivent toujours ce qu'ils vont faire (PUF 2010),

* À la recherche de la criminologie (CNRS Editions 2010),

* Année stratégique 2011 (Dalloz 2010),

* Les 100 mots du terrorisme (PUF 2010),

* Transnational criminology manual (Wolf Legal 2010),

* Introduction générale à la criminologie (PUF 2010),

* Statistiques criminelles et victimation (PUF 2010),

* Les politiques publiques de sécurité (PUF 2011).

* Dictionnaire amoureux du crime (PLON 2011),

* La criminologie pour les nuls (First 2012),

*Histoire criminelle de la France (Odile Jacob 2012).

 BOOKS SUPERVISION

* Les polices au Québec (PUF 2006, 2ème édition 2006),

* ADN et enquêtes criminelles (PUF 2008),

* Les écoutes téléphoniques (PUF 2009)

* Le renseignement par internet (PUF 2010),

* La cybersécurité (PUF),

* La guerre économique (PUF),

* La sécurité privée en France (PUF).

To be published

- Biométrie et identité (PUF),

- La gestion de crise (PUF).

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Who Is The Enemy? Terrorism As An Unidentified Fighting Object

13/09/2016

Criminologists are neither police nor magistrates. They must view criminals, no matter how violent they are, clinically. They must understand their functioning and analyze their activities. A criminologist must first establish a diagnosis to give an idea of the nature of the problem, then consider the means of curbing criminal activity, and finally engage in a therapeutic debate to determine what type of remedy it is better to prescribe—homeopathic (chamomile), chemical (pharmaceutical), or surgical (the route to the operating theater). In a normal medical system, these three steps are generally followed and the same should be true in criminology. 

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Prof. Alain Bauer – ICT16

12/09/2016

The session was part of the ICT's 16th World Summit on Counter-Terrorism: "Unpuzzling Terrorism". Prof. Bauer claimed that one of the main problems in combating terrorism is that the international community and law enforcement do not have a joint, accepted, definition of terrorism. He argues that there needs to be a radical change in understanding terrorism, through a joint effort between academics and intelligence, conceptual and operational agencies.  


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