On the Existing Problems and Countermeasures of Practical Teaching Mode on China’s Public Security Academies

Cai LIU, Ruihua WANG


Practical teaching is a significant approach in the cultivation of applied talents in public security academies. Strengthening practical teaching and focusing on cultivating the practical ability of students are the basic requirements for the reform of public security education. This paper focuses on the existing problems in the practical teaching model of public security academies, analyzes the reasons and puts forward the constructive idea of practical teaching models based on the actual situation practice.


China; Public security academies; Practical teaching mode; Problems; Countermeasures

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8544


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