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梅建明

梅建明

CGE高级研究员

梅建明,男,上海政法学院教授、中国-上海合作组织国际司法交流合作培训基地反恐怖首席专家、中国人民公安大学反恐怖研究中心主任、博士。曾任中国人民公安大学侦查与反恐怖学院副院长,博士生导师,三级警监,全国公安教育系统优秀教师。国家科技部重点研发计划项目首席专家。长期从事恐怖主义、跨国有组织犯罪、公安情报等领域的研究。发表反恐怖专题论文五十多篇,出版著作多部。


多次应邀参加中央有关部门举办的反恐专题会议和专项调研工作。是“中国-法国反恐合作小组”成员、中方唯一学术顾问。是中国人民武装警察部队反恐怖研究中心、西北政法大学、公安部警卫局培训中心、中国人民武装警察部队学院、中国海警研究中心、重庆警察学院、新疆警察学院等单位聘为客座教授。2015年被新疆维吾尔自治区聘为“天山学者”。


Introduction to Prof. Jianming Mei


Dr. Jianming Mei, Professor, Shanghai University of Political Science and Law in Shanghai, China, and Chief Adviser on Counterterrorism to China National Institute for Shanghai Cooperation Organization International Exchange and Judiciary Cooperation in Shanghai. Mei was Police Commissioner of 3rd Class, Associate Dean of the College for Counterterrorism, People’s Public Security University of China in Beijing. Mei holds the position of Tianshan Mountain Scholar at Xinjiang Provincial Police College funded by Xinjiang Uighur Provincial Autonomous Administration Region, serves as the only academic advisor from the Chinese side to the Sino-France Counterterrorism Analysis Team jointly led by the Ministry of Public Security of China and the Ministry of Interior of France.


Prof. Mei earned his PhD in philosophy in Jilin University in 1999. Prof. Mei was Visiting Scholar (2002-2003) in University of Victoria in Canada, Visiting Professor (2005-2006) with College of Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA, Visiting Scholar with ARC Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security (CEPS), Australian National University in August 2009. Prof. Mei worked as full staff with the International Cooperation Department of Ministry of Public Security in 2005 and 2007 respectively taking part in the 2005 annual meeting of the Sino-US Joint Liaison Group (JLG) on Law Enforcement Cooperation.


Prof. Mei contributed more than fifty papers, articles and book chapters in Chinese and authored or co-authored eight books. Prof. Mei is honorary fellow at the Research Center for Counterterrorism, China Armed Police Force, honorary professor at Northwest University of Political Science and Law in Xi’an, and founding Director of the Research Center for Counterterrorism, People’s Public Security University of China in Beijing.