Central Institute for Correctional Police

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Central Institute For Correctional Police
Central Institute for Correctional Police logo.png
Type National
Established 1956
President Wang Hengqin (王恒勤)
Academic staff
Location Baoding City, Hebei, China
Website www.cicp.edu.cn

The Central Institute for Correctional Police (Chinese: 中央司法警官学院 Zhōngyāng sīfǎ jǐngguān xuéyuàn) is located in Baoding, Hebei, China, at the heart of Beijing-Tianjin-Shijiazhuang triangle area. It is 130 kilometers from the capital of China.

The Institute is the only college under Ministry of Justice of the People's Republic of China, and is regarded as "cradle of senior correctional police" in China.

It was founded in 1956, and was officially named "Central Institute for Correctional Police" (CICP) in May 2002.

It currently has 506 teachers and staff. Among them, 314 are formal instructors. There are 69 professors and 76 associate professors on the faculty. 180 have masters or doctors degrees, accounting for 57.3% of total faculty members. It consists of a number of experts and scholars, including 10 instructors, who receive special subsidies from the State Council.

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