Analysis of Case-Based Teaching in Public Security Education in China

Dongfang CHEN


With the gradual improvement of socialist legal construction, social demand for high-quality and high-level public security policy has become increasingly urgent. To improve the teaching level of public security education is a major measure to cultivate high-quality public security police. This paper analyzes the importance of case-based teaching in Chinese public security education and the feasible approaches to the proper use of case-based teaching in Chinese public security education. Case-based teaching has become an important way to promote public security education and train high-level application-oriented public security personnel.


China; Public security education; Case-based teaching

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