The Interagency Law Enforcement Academy of Advanced Studies has been engaged in editing, for more than 30 years, the following publications:
- The Quarterly Magazine of the Interagency Law Enforcement Academy of Advanced Studies (with the enclosed Booklets);
- The Yearbook of the Interagency Law Enforcement Academy of Advanced Studies .
THE QUARTERLY MAGAZINE OF THE INTERGENCY LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY OF ADVANCED STUDIES
Since 1987, the Academy has been engaged in editing a Quarterly Magazine illustrating professional contents and dealing with legal issues with an interagency approach. It is named “The Quarterly Magazine of the Interagency Law Enforcement Academy of Advanced Studies”, which is supplied with a further publication usually enclosed to issues 2 and 4 of the magazine. It is focused on a single subject, named “Booklet of the Quarterly Magazine of the Interagency Law Enforcement Academy of Advanced Studies” (a total of 6 publications per year ).
The Quarterly Magazine consists of the following five Sections:
- Section I (“Lectures”), which includes the lectures delivered by the Authorities as well as by the lecturers during the most important meetings and events held at the Academy (usually the opening ceremony and the closing ceremony held, respectively, at the beginning and at the the end of the Academic Year);
- Section II (“Articles and Essays”), usually including writings on a single topic concerning legal issues;
- Section III (“Contributions from the classroom”), including publications of works drafted by the Advanced Training Courses’ trainees;
- Section IV (“Documents, Legislation, and relevant jurisprudence”), including comments to regulations and sentences or articles on a single topic, which must be of interest for Police Forces but can also deal with non-legal issues;
- Section V (“Bibliographic reports”), including reviews to books published or to documents submitted by institutional Authorities.
Moreover, the booklets enclosed to the Quarterly Magazine usually include further contributions delivered by the Advanced Training Courses’ trainees or voluminous essays on a single topic which cannot be published on the pages of the Quarterly Magazine.
The Quarterly Magazine is registered into the Official List of Scientific Magazines dealing with legal contents of ANVUR (National Agency for the Evaluation of University and Research System) and is disseminated, free of charge, to the Administrations, Headquarters and Offices of Police Force as well as to other bodies which are interested in police activity, with a special focus on topics concerning interagency coordination and international police cooperation.
THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERAGENCY LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY OF ADVANCED STUDIES
Since 1985, the Academy has been providing for the periodical publication of the “ Yearbook” of the Advanced Training Courses. This volume is a kind of “family album” containing information about the progress of the Advanced Training Course which has just concluded, illustrating the most important events and achievements and describing the activity of the Academy which has been carried out for more than 30 years.
The contributions and the lectures deliveded during the opening ceremony of the Academic Year illustrate very well the institutional committment of this training institute and stress the importance of the legal issues which, year after year, have gained more and more prominence in the current scenario.
The photographs of the prominent trainers who, with their presence, bring honour to this Academy, enhance the precious cultural and scientific contribution aimed at increasing a joint interagency training to be considered as a pivot and a reference point within a shared security system.
Moreover, the photographs showing the trainees who have been hosted for nine months at the premises of the Academy illustrate the spirit of friendship and professional relationship established among the Advanced Training Courses’ attendees, that is bound to increase above and beyond the learning and academic training and that represents the greatest value in this context. The Yearbook contains documents and images illustrating the whole training activities carried out during the Academic Year at the Academy, which is the unique example of interagency training in Europe as well as a valuable pattern of shared cultural training, that is essential to foster the principle of interagency coordination among the different Police Forces.