As part of its ethos, NAUSS continuously strives to develop security personnel and organizations in all security related fields through postgraduate level study and security based training; the breadth of the study and training programs at NAUSS is made possible by its numerous colleges and centers.
NAUSS oversees PhD and masters degree theses and a comparable number of diplomas. In addition, NAUSS provides training courses, executive seminars and holds permanent and periodic security exhibitions. NAUSS produces security based publications and research papers and has a monthly security based magazine and academic journal.
Areas of security sciences explored by NAUSS
NAUSS strives to be at the forefront of the fight against crime in all its forms. All colleges and centers at NAUSS cooperate to deliver postgraduate studies and training in all areas related to preventing these crimes and solving challenging security issues.
NAUSS explores the underlying reasons for these crimes and the statistics surrounding them. In addition, all areas of prevention are examined along with current methods and policies relating to preventing these crimes.
NAUSS encourages and funds research and debate into developing existing strategies and solving new and challenging problems. A subject of great importance is the punishment, reform and rehabilitation of those responsible for these crimes. Special attention is also paid to the effect of these crimes on the victims involved.
The postgraduate and diploma program descriptions in each of the colleges at NAUSS, in addition to the information on training, gives an accurate picture of the work and achievements of NAUSS in fighting crime. This information is available in English on our website.
Alternatively, the following list contains links to specific Arabic publications.
Efforts and Achievements of NAUSS in the following areas:
The following Arabic publications detail the efforts and achievements of individual colleges and centers in NAUSS in fighting particular crimes and solving other security issues such as traffic safety and civil defense. They detail relevant curricula, subjects and training courses taught and delivered, relevant academic theses and papers as well as symposiums and conferences relating to the below mentioned areas.