To provide for adequate dissemination of criminal justice and security research findings, facilitate a regular exchange of ideas between scientists, as well as to give the floor to the experts to express their views and publish the results of their own studies, the faculty of Criminal Justice and Security organizes international and national conferences, consultations, and roundtables.

Criminal Justice and Security in Central and Eastern Europe

The most famous among these is the biennial Criminal Justice and Security in Central and Eastern Europe conference. Starting in 1996 and reconvening for its tenth session in 2014, it has focused on and dealt with a good many topical areas spanning Comparing Firsthand Knowledge with Experience from the West (1996), Organizational, Managerial, and Human-Resource Aspects (1998), Ethics, Integrity, and Human Rights (2000), Deviance, Violence and Victimization (2002), Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice (2004), Past, Present and Futures (2006), Social Control in Contemporary Society – Practice and Research (2008), Social Control of Unconventional Deviance (2010), and Contemporary Criminal Justice Practice and Research (2012). Hosting experts from worldwide and reaching far beyond the borders of Central and Eastern Europe, this event has earned a reputation of being an excellent criminological, criminal-justice-and-security, as well as critical social science conference on social control in modern society. As a rule, participants’ contributions are published, in English, on the NCJRS homepage and in scientific monographs.

Criminal Justice and Security Days

Criminal Justice and Security Days are actually an annual criminal justice and security conference of all those experts from the Slovenian police, Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Justice, Customs Administration, as well as from other state administration bodies, private-security and detective agencies, local communities or companies who deal with issues related to safety, security, and criminal justice. The main purpose of this conference is to provide the experts with an opportunity to present new knowledge, insight, research findings, good business practice, and cases involving successful transfer of knowledge into practice while fostering communication between theoreticians and practicians in solving current problems and issues.

Central European Cybersecurity Conference

Every November, the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security hosts a international Central European Cybersecurity Conference with the aim of raising awareness about the topics that are becoming ever more important to an individual. The experts share their knowledge and opinions, demonstrate how adequate levels of information security affect performance of organisations and individuals, and expose the dangers of threats in cyberspace.