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4th National Conference

4th National Conference


This year 2020 is of historical significance because Nigeria as a nation intents to mark her 60 years of political independence and 21 years of patchy democracy by 1st October, 2020. The problem of threats to Nigeria internal security has posted a significant challenge to intelligence gathering and management in the country. The importance of intelligence knowledge and its application to National Security has been under scrutiny because recent observable evidence shows there are intelligence failures.

This Conference is necessitated by a number of contending issues with regards to lack of real time intelligence. It is to access the use of intelligence and lack of analytical skills associated with intelligence gathering and management. Quantitative and qualitative data will be utilize along with primary and secondary sources meant to meets the current objectives of the National policy in order to arrive at a meaningful decision making with useful conclusion and recommendations.

A close look at current situation in the country has revealed that intelligence gathering and management has not been effectively highlighted and implemented to support the conduct of security operations in Nigeria. This is because the impact of intelligence studies for now has not been significantly utilized for a number of reasons. Funding and promotion of interest of intelligence sources are part of the reasons. Furthermore, it is clear that current intelligence units within the country lack the requisite technological platform to effectively apply and support tactical and strategic intelligence.

The Conference intents to identify a number of challenges with reference to strategic intelligence gathering and management enterprise in Nigeria, it is believed that the study will address real time intelligence; provide the needed analytical skills; acquire the necessary ICT facilities with adequate funding to effectively boast intelligence operations in the country. Nigeria as a nation definitely requires intelligence knowledge within her immediate environment and that of other neighboring nations, strategic intelligence operation in Nigeria is necessary because, in order to preserve her territorial integrity and National security the nation needs to keep a meaningful track record of her internal and external threats.

This is the reason why every National government worldwide usually invests huge resources to ensure that adequate intelligence operations are secured. In recent years Nigeria has witnessed several Security threats such as coronavirus pandemic, terrorist attacks, militancy, assassinations, kidnappings, rape, robbery and other form of criminalities that have almost destabilized national development, goals and security in the country.

This conference would therefore assist as a mile stone and a coordinated effort by Criminologists and security experts to showcase the need and importance of promoting the study of centralized intelligence system in relation to National security in the country.

The 4th National Conference of National Association of Criminologists and Security Practitioners of Nigeria (NACSP) will provide a unique opportunity to bring together stakeholders from Government, Security industries, Criminologists and Security Practitioners, academia, multilateral agencies, international organizations, Students, youths and civil society groups to share and broaden their knowledge and experiences towards intelligence gathering and management in order to achieve useful policies that could assist to safeguard life and property in contemporary society. It is believed that actionable initiatives and pertinent solutions will be developed through collaborative dialogue, keynotes, presentations and demonstrations during the Conference.

  1. Approaches to the Study of Central Intelligence System.
  2. National Security: Emerging Challenges, Prospects and Policy Implementation.
  3. Police and Intelligence Driven Policing.
  4. Regional Vigilante Group: A study of Amotekun
  5. Crimes of the Powerful
  6. Coronavirus Pandemic : A challenge to World Health Organization(WHO)
  7. Coronavirus and National Centre for Disease and Control (NCDC) The Synopsis
  8. Cult war and Terrorist groups in Nigeria
  9. Criminal Justices System; Reforms and Practices
  10. Crime Victims policy.
  11. Good Governance and Anti-Corruption war.
  12. Oil and Security in Niger Delta.
  13. Role of NGO’s and Private Security in crime prevention and control.
  14. Nigeria Penal Policy and Probation/Parole.
  15. Effective Management and utilization of Looted Funds.
  16. Border Security and Trans- Border Crimes.
  17. Illegal Refineries and the Environment.
  18. Electoral challenges and Democratization.
  19. Judiciary and the fight against Corruptions.
  20. Organized Crime Studies
  21. Fifth generation (5G)Technology: Regulatory Challenges and Prospects

Conference Highlights

• Official Opening and Keynotes

• Launching of Journal of Criminologists Maiden Edition ( Volume III)

• Plenary Sessions

• Seminars/ Workshop and Presentation of Papers by all Participating Institutions.

• Research Consortium

• Site view

• Induction of New Members

• Quiz Competition for all Participating Institutions

• Security Entrepreneurship Platform

• Exhibition and Products Launch

• Anniversary, Dinner & Award Night of Who’s who in Criminology in Nigeria and Crowning of Mr. & Miss. Criminology 2020

• Annual General Congress


Conference Registration Fees:

  • Student N5, 000.00
  • Graduate N10, 000.00
  • Public Individual N15, 000.00
  • Affiliate N 10,000.00
  • Corporate N15, 000.00
  • Fellow N20, 000.00

The registration fee entitles you to:

  • • Conference materials – Bag, Proceedings, Writing Materials, Identification Badge etc
  • • Attend all Plenary and Breakout Sessions
  • • Attend opening and Closing Ceremonies
  • • Attend Anniversary, Award and Dinner Night

Exhibition and Advertisement Rates:

  • The 2nd National Conference provides opportunities for corporate organizations to showcase their products and services during the Conference by placement of advertisement in the event brochure or exhibition.
  • The price list is as follows
  • – Inside front page – N 50,000.00
  • – Inside back page – N 50,000.00
  • – Back Cover – N 50,000.00
  • – Full page – N 40,000.00
  • – Half Page – N 20,000.00
  • – Quarter Page – N 10,000.00
  • Exhibition: N 50, 000.00/Exhibition Space
  • Benefits of Attending the 4th National Conference of Criminologists and Security Practitioners of Nigeria will offer in-depth intelligence gathering and management on:
  • National Security and Human Security
  • Corporate Governance
  • Leadership and Professionalism
  • Career Mentorship, Entrepreneurship
  • Planning and Management
  • People Management for Operational Success, etc.


  • Friday 30th October, 2020

Late registration.

  • Late registration attracts N 2,500.
  • Membership Induction Ceremony::
  • Induction of newly registered Professionals and issuance of membership code will come up during the Conference on 27th October, 2018 at the Conference venue. Accreditation of inductees is in progress .Therefore; prospective members should forward his or her CV to info@nacsp.org.ng or nacsswatchdogs@yahoo.com or call 08034505234 on or before 20th of October, 2018.
  • Induction Fees: (for prospective member)
  • Student N10, 000.00
  • Graduate N20, 000.00
  • Affiliate N 25,000.00
  • Corporate N30, 000.00


  • On accommodation, special discounts have been obtained in all rates in some hotels not too far away from the Conference Venue. Visit www.nacsp.org,ng for list of the hotels and rates.


  • Forces Command, FCT- Abuja.
  • www.nacsp.org.ng or call 08034505234, 07030166316.
  • Signed:
  • Williams Ekposon.
  • National President.
  • For Further Enquiry on Registration, Sponsorship, Advertisement, Contact
  • Intelligence Headquarters
  • Suite 26 Essence Plaza
  • No. 20 Lusaka Street.
  • Wuse Zone 6,
  • Abuja –FCT.
  • 08034505234, 07030166316
  • Email: info@nacsp.org.ng or nacsswatchdogs@yahoo.com.
  • facebook.com/nacspwatchdogs
  • twitter.com/Nacsphqtrs.

  • You can also call any of the following:
  • • Michael on +234802007869
  • • Danjuma on +2348035699439
  • • Eyo on +2349020353333
  • • Evens on +2348037820533
  • • Yusuf on +2348032548893
  • • 08034505234, 07030166316
  • • Aladeloye Adewumi+2349034370013.
  • • Ibitoye on +2348107451944
  • • Zingfa on +2347068193158
  • • Aliyu on +2348068860535

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