Discussion on Police Culture Construction

Dongfang CHEN


Police culture is ideological support for promoting police construction, which is a spiritual weapon that increases strength and sense of mission of policemen. It is necessary to vigorously carry forward the public security culture, carry out the construction of police culture, and actively explore the effective construction path of China’s police culture, focusing on policeman core value, being promoted by police culture innovation, and aiming at successfully processing police works.


China; Police culture; Construction

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Zhang, C. F. (2002, June 15). Strengthen police cultural construction. People’s Police.

Zhang, Z. R. (2002). Police culture. Beijing: Chinese People’s Police University Press.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8516


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