Fuzhou, the capital city of Fujian Province, P.R. of China, is a well-known cultural city with over 2,000 years of history. It is one of the starting points of Maritime Silk Road in Ancient China, the navy cradle as well as the birthplace of industry, science & technology, and higher education in China in modern times. There, Fujian Police College (FJPC), a college to cultivate police officers, is located.

With 68 years of school-running history, beautiful campus and completed infrastructure, FJPC has various types of modernized teaching facilities and experimental training venues to meet the needs for the cultivation of police candidates in modern times. FJPC offers such police majors as Criminal Investigation, Public Order, Forensic Science, Economic Crime Investigation and Penology, etc. There are more than 5,000 undergraduate students, and over 7,000 in-service police officers are trained every year.

FJPC is committed to serving the police work and team building with her role in police candidate cultivation, scientific research, in-service police training and community services related to public safety. FJPC has her unique school-running features with prominent training bases such as the “UN G75 CBT Center for the Project of Attacking Illegal Manufacturing and Trafficking of Amphetamine Stimulants in Southeastern China”, the “Police Use of Force Training Base of China Ministry of Public Security”, and the “Training Base of Forensic Science Professionals, the Evidence Identification Center of China Ministry of Public Security”. The college sports and martial arts teams, on behalf of FJPC, Fujian Province and even China, have won more than 100 gold medals in different kinds of competitions, both nationally and internationally.

FJPC actively carries out international law enforcement training programs ranging from the police use of force training, practical wrestling to operation command and drug control for more than 10 countries in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Africa and South America, which received widespread recognition. She attaches great importance to various forms of academic exchanges and cooperation with the police agencies and educational & scientific research institutions of other countries and regions in the world. Moreover, FJPC has hosted “International Police Use of Force Forum” for five years, inviting front-line policing experts and instructors from the USA, the UK, Germany, Australia, China Hong Kong and Macao, ect. to exchange ideas, give lectures, provide teaching and training, which has facilitated international academic exchanges and cooperation.

“Long distance separates no bosom friends.” Sticking to the concept of win-win development, FJPC will go global with more active attitude, and contribute positive energy to consolidating the traditional friendship, expanding police cooperation and improving law enforcement capacities.