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International Fellows

International Fellows at the Police Foundation are current or retired executive-level members of criminal justice organizations outside the United States whose knowledge, experience and skills help advance the Foundation’s mission. They serve as the Foundation’s international representatives on policing issues. International Fellows work on specific projects, represent the Foundation in meetings and conferences, and develop substantive thought pieces about the pressing issues facing policing in an international context. They serve for terms determined by the Foundation’s president.

Executive-level individuals interested in becoming an International Fellow should e-mail a brief statement of interest outlining their experience and skills at advancing policing and a copy of their resume directly to the Foundation President using the contact form.

Current International Fellows

Tao (Tom) Xu is professor of law and vice dean of the law department at Zhejiang (China) Police College, director of the Center for Policing Theory, and director of the Center for Transnational Crime, Zhejiang, China. He is the editor of the Journal of Public Security Science (China). He received his B.A. in law from Ningbo University (China) and his M.A. in law from Zhejiang University (China). Currently, he is pursuing his Ph.D. in law at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Police Lieutenant Colonel Chyngyz Kambarov, a visiting Fulbright scholar at the Police Foundation since 2013, works for the Interior Ministry of the Kyrgyz Republic.

Ahmad Ishaque Jehangir is a Deputy Inspector General in the Police Service of Pakistan. During his 20-year career, he has served in three of the four Pakistani provinces, including as a regional police chief and as chief of police in six districts. Assignments have included the traffic, training, and counter terrorism departments of Pakistan Police Service.