Faculty:

Professor Park, Ro-seop (박노섭)
  • Field : Information Forensics
  • Lab: International Education Center 14-613
  • Office Phone: 033 - 248 - 1964
  • E-mail : rspark@hallym.ac.kr

Education:

  • College of Police Administration (Public Administration)
  • Ludwig Maximillian University, Graduate School of Law (Master of Law: Criminal Law)
  • Graduate School of Law, Munich University, Germany (Doctor of Law: Criminal Law)

Major Career:

  • Professor of Police Department of Police College (Crime Rhetoric)
  • 2nd Chief of Investigation of Jongam Police Station in Seoul
  • Chungbuk Provincial Audit Office
  • Sword • Member of the Working Committee
  • Advisory Board to seek the Supreme Criminal Justice System of the Supreme Court
  • Advisory Committee on Investigation and Reform of the National Police Agency
  • Educational Reform Advisor
  • Presidential Committee for Unification Preparatory Committee

Research and Publications

Books

  • Crime Rhetorical Needs (co-author, 2016)
  • German Criminal Procedure Act (airspace, 2009)
  • The Principles and Understanding of the Septod (co-authored in 2015)
  • Comparative police theory (co-author, 2006)

Research Papers:

  • Thesis: ‘Die Wahrheitsfindung im Ermittlungsverfahren’ (Truth finding in criminal investigation)
  • A Study on the Legal Properties of Judicial Police Officer's Participation in the Newspaper Journal (Criminal Law Study 2015)
  • An empirical study on the right notices and understanding of victims of crime (Police Law Study 2015)
  • Personal information infestation by vehicle black box (Police Research 2015)
  • Problems in the management system of criminals (Criminal Policy 2014)
  • A study on the establishment of criminal policy for guaranteeing the due process in investigation process (Police Law Study 2014)
  • Comparative study of fire investigation and fire prevention investigation in major countries (Police Law Study 2012)
  • Scope and Limitations of the Controlled Investigative Command under the Revision of Article 196 of the Criminal Procedure Act (Police Law Study 2012)
  • A study on the role of crime fact reconstruction and hypothetical reasoning (Police Research, 2012)
  • Injunction of the suspect in the inspection. Limitation on the application of the denial of order and obstruction of human rights protection (Police Law Study 2011)
  • Analysis of misconceptions in Germany and its implications, research on police studies (June 2011)
  • Research on the limitations of investigative command (December 2010)
  • Criticism on the Constitutional Law of Criminal Procedure, Comparative Criminal Law (June 2010)
  • Police physical force exercise standards based on demonstrations (Police Law Study 2009)
  • Citizen's specific preference for the criminal justice model (Police Research 2009)
  • A review of the criteria for recognition of evidence of scientific evidence, Police Law Study (2009)
  • A study on the possibility of introduction of the guilty negotiation system (Criminal Law Research 2008)
  • A Note on the Danger of Decision on the Revised Criminal Procedure Law (Police Research 2007)
  • Study on the academicity of crime rhetoric, Police Law Study, No. 5 (2007)
  • The study direction and implications of Germany 's true conception, comparative criminal law (2006)
  • Transparency of investigation process and its feasibility study (Police and Society 2006)
  • A study on the identity of the investigation police in the organization (Police Research 2006)
  • Introduction of rapid procedure and investigation procedure (Police Research 2005)
  • General Provisions of Judicial Police Officers and Judicial Control of Prosecutors (Comparative Criminal Justice Research 2005)
  • Newspaper and video recording system (criminal policy 2004)
  • Problems of reference statements in the Criminal Procedure Law (Police Research 2004)

Other

Research Service

  • A study on the improvement plan of cyber-crime response education (National Police Agency, 2015, Responsibility)
  • A study on the desirable witness newspapers in court recording environment (Supreme Court, 2015, joint)
  • Research on the problems of measures to improve sexual violence (National Police Agency, 2013, Responsibility)
  • Investigative police literacy training (National Police Agency, 2013, Responsibility)
  • A study on the investigation method of the investigation structure (National Police Agency, 2011, Responsibility)
  • Measures to improve investigative practices in accordance with the heist-centered approach (National Police Agency, 2011, joint)
  • A study on the investigation system of firefighting crime in major countries (Criminal Policy Institute, 2012, joint)
Professor Ahn, Jung-mihn (안정민)
  • Field : Information Forensics
  • Lab : International Education Center room: 14-612
  • Office Phone : 033 - 248 - 1955
  • E-mail : jungmihn.ahn@gmail.com

Education

  • Ewha Womans University Law School
  • LL.M. (Int'l Business Law & Economics), Graduate School of Law, Kyushu University, Japan
  • Ewha Womans University, Graduate School of Law, Master of Law
  • University of Washington School of Law, LL.M. (Asian Comparative Law)
  • Doctor of Law, Graduate School of Yonsei University (Broadcasting Communication Act)

Major Career

  • Member of the Press Arbitration Committee
  • New York State Attorney
  • Member of Gangwon Land Acceptance Committee
  • Member of Gangwon Provincial Court
  • Gangwon-do Administrative Commissioner
  • Broadcasting Communication Commission Broadcast Evaluation Committee
  • Broadcasting and Communications Commission; Judge appraiser
  • Parliamentary Legislation Bureau Legislative Investigative Advisory Board
  • Ministry of Government Legislation; Legislator of citizens
  • Citizens' Solidarity Committee for Media Publicity and Development
  • Managing Director, Korean Media Law Society, Managing Director, Media Management Society
  • Costco Korea (Legal Coordinator)
  • Member of the next Cacao Information Protection Committee
  • SK Telecom CSV Commissioner

Research and Publications

Books

  • Digital convergence and broadcasting regulation, Korean Academic Information (2006)
  • (Collaborative)’Nine questions about the Internet ecosystem’
  • Co-author, Media Management, Han (2015)

Research Papers

  • From the perspective of comparative law - The role of postwar estimation in the promotion of corporate social responsibility and its implications, (Public Law Study - December 2015)
  • A discussion on the legal status of search advertising agency, (Media and Law – December 2015)
  • Judge & Choi, Seung-jung, Legal review of search advertising regulation - Based on user awareness survey, (Media Law Association - June 2014)
  • Online Behavioral Advertising, Personal Information Protection, Cyber Communication Journal Vol. 30, 4th, Cyber Communication Society (December 2013)
  • Contents regulation and tasks in the era of media convergence - Focused on deliberation system - Legislative Research Volume 44, Korea Legislation Research Institute (June 2013)
  • The Proliferation of Internet and Internet Regulation in Korea, Economic Regulation and Law, Seoul National University Public Service Industry Law Center (November 2012)
  • Comparative review of the Korean and Australian deliberative systems, the media and the law, and the Korean Journal of Law (December 2012)
  • Improvement of the deliberation system based on content convergence: seeking possibility of integrated deliberation through historical research, media and law, Korea Press Law Society (June 2011)
  • The culmination and improvement plan of regional civilian regulation regulatory policy, economic regulation and law, Seoul National University Public Service Industry Law Center (2010.11)
  • Park, No-Sup and Jung-Min, Police exercise standards based on demonstrations, Police Law Study, Korea Police Law Association (December 2009)
  • US FCC Network Neutrality Regulation Harm and Disclosure, Economic Regulation and Law, Seoul National University Public Service Industry Law Center (November 2009)
  • Legal issues of universal service - comparative analysis of the US and Korea, broadcasting and communication research, Korean Broadcasting Society (December 2009)
  • The current status and prospect of the broadcasting convergence law in the US: The bidding of the FCC policy and the Obama administration's challenges, the media and the law (June 2010)
  • Australian Broadcasting Regulatory Reform and Media Diversity Issues, Administrative Law Research, Administrative Law Theory (August 2009)
  • Seeking Internet self-regulation, Law and Policy, Jeju University Law and Policy Institute (August 2009)
  • Broadcast deliberation on sexual expression, "Media and Law", Media Law Society (December 2008)
  • Responsibility of information and communication service providers for defamation of third parties「Legal Legislation for Hanlim」, Hallym University Law Research Institute (December 2008)
  • Recent Developments and Trends in Korean Local Autonomy Law, 「Local Autonomy Law」, Korean Local Autonomy Law Society (September 2008)
  • New Broadcasting Order and Broadcasting Regulation: A comparative legal review of cases in Korea and the United States, The Journal of Cyber Communications (June 2008)
  • Establishment and operation procedures of the Federal Communications Commission of the United States: focusing on the nature and control measures of independent regulatory agencies, the Journal of the Media and Law (June 2008)
  • Analysis of the change process of the obscenity / obscenity regulation policy of US broadcasting media, "Broadcast study" (December 2007)
  • Can Antitrust Agencies Protect the Public Interest in Telecommunications Mergers ?, Administrative Law Research (December 2007)
Professor Jang, Yun-sik (장윤식)
  • Field : Information Forensics
  • Lab : International Education Center room 14-507
  • Office phone: 033 - 248 - 1888
  • E-mail : jakejung@hallym.ac.kr

Education

  • Graduate School of Information Management and Engineering: Korea University Doctor of Engineering (Information Security)
  • Master of Law: Korea University (Police Law)
  • College of Police Administration

Major Career

  • March 2014 - present: Professor of International Studies, Hallym University
  • 2014-2015: Visiting Professor / Graduate School of Law, Soonchunhyang University
  • March 2014: Police Agency retirement
  • 2005-2014: Professor, Department of Police, International Cyber Crime Research Center (2012-present)
  • 2010-2011: Visiting scholar at New Haven University
  • 2002-2005 : Investigation Team Leader (Inspector) / Investigator, Cyber Terror Response Center, National Police Agency
  • 1996-1999 : Investigator, Department of Investigation, Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency
  • 1994-1996 : Inspector, Chungbuk Provincial Police Agency Security Division

Research and Publications

Papers

  • 2014: Impact of Perceptions of CCTV on Crime Fear of Women, Korean Police Research 13 (2)
  • 2014: Impact of Crime Fear and Crime Fear on Quality of Life, Police Research 14 (3)
  • 2014 : Measuring digital crime investigation capacity to guide international crime prevention strategies, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering Volume 276, 2014, pp 361-366. (SCOPUS)
  • 2012: International Trends and Implications of Cyber-space Security and Crime Problems, Criminal Policy Research Bulletin 124, Korea Criminal Policy Institute
  • January 2012: General Issues and Implications of Forensic Education, Police Research Bulletin No. 9, Security Development Forum
  • 2011: Development of Police International Cybercrime Countermeasure Training Program Model and Development of Training Infrastructure, Police and Society, Police College
  • 2011: Study on Introduction of Information Warrant System (Collaborative Research), Police Research 11 (3)
  • 2012 : Current Situation and Countermeasures to Cybercrime and Cyber-Terror in the Republic of Korea, Resource Material Series No.79, UNAFEI
  • 2009.12 : Best Practices in Cyber-crime Investigation in the Republic of Korea, UNAFEI
  • 2009: Study on the development of open education program (joint research), police and society
  • 2008: Improvement plan of scientific investigation training, research workshop for mid and long term development of scientific inquiry, National Institute of Scientific Investigation
  • 2007: A Study on the Construction of Digital Forensic System Based on Information Technology Architecture, Police Research, 7 (2), 65-84.
  • 2006: Procedures and methods of communication investigation
  • 2004: Fundamentals of Digital Evidence Collection and Analysis, Investigation Research

Books

  • 2014 : Henry Lee's Scientific Investigation Handbook (Airspace)
  • 2013 : Crime Rhetoric (co-author), Police College Press
  • 2013 : Key Points Crime Rhetoric, Police Mutual Aid Association
  • 2010 - Present: Introduction to Police Studies (co-author), Police Mutual Aid Society
  • 2005-present: Cyber Crime Investigation (cooperative), Police College
  • 2005-present: Science investigation (co-author), Police College
  • 2005-present: Police investigation (co-author), Police College

Other

Research Projects

  • 2014 : Bangladesh Cyber Crime Investigation Capacity Building Project, Korea International Cooperation Agency
  • 2014 : Development of police investigation management program, Seoul Songpa Police Station
  • 2014 : Research on Cooperative Model of Cyber Criminal Response in Asia, Police Policy Institute
  • 2013 : Internet Pornography Act and Countermeasures, National Police Agency
  • 2012 : 'Investigation of basic education and evaluation of investigators', National Police Agency
  • 2012 : 'Introduction of Cyber Crime Information Analysis System in Advanced Countries', Police Policy Institute
  • 2012 : 'Cyber Terror Profiling System Design Plan', National Police Agency
  • 2012 : Translated from 'Crime Investigation Computer Seizure and Electronic Evidence Collection Manual', National Police Agency
  • 2011 : Developing Cyber Investigation Techniques and Training Programs in Developing Countries, Police Policy Institute
  • 2010 : International Cyber Crime Academy Model Development, National Police Agency
  • 2009 : A Study on the Status of Criminal Justice Education for Developing Countries in Korea, Korea Criminal Policy Institute
  • 2009 : Future cyber-crime countermeasure strategy study, Korea Information Technology Promotion Agency
  • 2008 : Research on mid and long term development plan of scientific inquiry, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology

Presentations

  • 2014.10 : Cyber-security and Digital Forensics: Thoughts on Their Relationship, 2014 International Association of Forensic Science Conference
  • 2013.10 : Theme presentation "One step forward", Seoul Cyberspace General Meeting 2013
  • 2013.9 : Measuring digital crime investigation capacity to guide international crime prevention strategies, The 7th International Symposium on Digital Forensics and Information Security.
  • 2013.6 : An Assessment Model for Cyber-crime Investigation Capacity, In proceedings of the World Crime Forum, 1st Asian Regional Conference on Information Security and Cyber-crime. Korean Institute of Criminology.
  • 2012.8 : Needs for Policy Harmonization between Cyber-security and Cyber-crime: A Korean Perspective, Asian Crime Society Conference
  • 2012.6 : Need of Open Network Approach for Cyber Security Organizational Structure: An Experience in Korea, International Cyber Crime Symposium, National Police Agency
  • 2013. 3 : Present and Future of Cyber Crime Investigation, Korean Police Research Association / Security News Joint Academic Seminar
  • 2011.11 : The emergence of cyber threats and cyber-crime investigation, Korea Public Security Administration Conference
  • 2011. 9 : General Issues and Implications of Forensic Education
  • 2011. 8 : International Conference on Improving Police Environment in Korea / National Police Agency
  • 2011. 6 : Problems / Limitations of Current Laws and Regulations, Improvement Measures, Actual Conditions of Expansion of Illegal Gambling and Measures for Elimination, National Assembly Seminar
  • 2010. 10 : Cyber Crime Law Enforcement Sector Globalization Trends and Implications for Police Policies, Police Seminar, Police College
  • 2010 : Cyber Crime Phenomenon and Response in Korea, People's Public Security University of China, Beijing
  • 2009 : ASEANPOL Cyber Crime Prevention Workshop, Indonesia
  • 2008 : Cyber Crime International Workshop, Japan UN-Asia Pacific Crime Prevention and Criminal Investigation Institute
  • 2007 : The 6th Interpol National Central Bureau Training Program
  • 2004 : 2nd Interpol Information Crime Investigation Training Seminar
  • 2002 : The 5th Interpol Computer Crime Conference

Recognition and awards

  • 2014 :Korea Police Commendation
  • 2012 : Presidential Citation Award
  • 2010 : Commendation for excellent professor evaluation
  • 2008 : Commendation for excellent professor evaluation

Advisory and other

  • 2012 - Present: Korea International Cooperation Agency Bangladesh Cyber Crime Capacity Building Project Leader (PL) and Manager (PM)
  • 2012-2013 : Ministry of Foreign Affairs World Cyberspace General Planning Committee, Private Advisory Board
  • 2012.5 – Present: Advisory member of the next generation security leader training program, Korea Information Technology Research Institute
  • 2012.5~7 : Korea National Competitiveness Development Institute, National Qualified Jury, Korea Employee Development Institute
  • 2012-2014 : Member of the Research and Development Committee of the National Archives of Records Technology, National Archives of Records
  • 2007-2008 : Advisory Board Member on Development of Demonstration Program for Virtual Forum on Cyber Crime, UNODC / Korea Criminal Policy Institute
  • 2005-2014 : Professor, Cyber Crime Research Society (Academic Circle), Police College
  • 2005 : Commissioner of Legislative Notice, National Assembly Secretariat
Professor Joshua, James (조슈아)
  • Field: Information Forensics
  • Lab: International Education Center 14-405
  • Office Phone: 033 - 248 - 1895
  • E-mail: joshua.i.james@hallym.ac.kr

Education

  • 2008 – 2014, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
  • Ph.D. Computer Science by research in Digital Forensic Investigation
  • Automated Human Inference in Digital Forensic Investigations Using Hypothesis Reduction
  • 2006 – 2008, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA & Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • B.Sc. Computer & Information Technology, Network Security Track
  • 2004 – 2006, Vincennes University, Vincennes, IN, USA
  • A.A.S. Computer Networking Specialist

Major Career

  • 2013 – Present, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Consultant
  • 2015 – Present, Hallym University, Republic of Korea, Assistant Professor
  • 2013 – Present, Korea Information Technology Research Institute (KITRI), Mentor and Lecturer for Best of the Best v2/v3/v4/v5
  • 2013 – Present, Digital Forensic Investigation Research Group (DigitalFIRE), Digital Forensic and Cybercrime Investigation Researcher
  • 2013 – 2016, SoonChunHyang University, Republic of Korea, Visiting Professor / Researcher
  • 2012 – 2015, Korea University / Korean National Police University, Republic of Korea, Lecturer, Visiting Researcher / Adjunct Researcher
  • 2013 – 2014, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, Lecturer with the Centre for Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Investigation
  • 2008 – 2013, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, PhD Researcher at the Centre for Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Investigation
  • 2011 – 2013, An Garda Siochana (Irish Police), Dublin, Ireland, Seconded Researcher
  • 2012, Korean National Police University, Yongin-si, Republic of Korea, Visiting Researcher
  • 2009 – 2010, INTERPOL Secretariat General, Lyon, France, Intern for the Financial and High-Tech Crime Sub-Directorate
  • 2007 – 2008, The Conrad Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN, USA, Information Technology Manager/Audio Visual Support
  • 2006, Information Technology at Purdue (IT@P), West Lafayette, IN, USA, Assistant Network Engineer
  • 2000 – 2005, Southwest School Corporation/Cameron and Associates, Sullivan, IN, USA, Subcontracted, Network Administrator
  • 2005 – 2006, Dialysis Center of Terre Haute, Terre Haute, IN, USA, Contracted Network and Computer Technician
  • 2003 – 2004, Farrar Electric, Indianapolis, IN, USA, New Construction Residential Electrician

Research and Publications

Fields of Research and Teaching Interests

  • Digital Forensic Science
  • Automatic Event Reconstruction
  • Artificial Intelligence and Investigation
  • Big Data Analysis
  • IoT Investigations
  • Investigation measurement and analysis
  • Practical Investigations
  • Open Source

Other

Fellowships and Awards

  • 2015, Science NextGen Voices Essay Competition winner (October)
  • 2014, Korean National Police Certificate of Appreciation awarded by Korean Commissioner General (June)
  • 2013, 5th International ICST Conference on Digital Forensics & Cyber Crime, Best Paper Award
  • 2011, Science Foundation Ireland, SFI Short Term Travel Fellowship Grant (11/STTF/I2203)
  • 2009, Science Foundation Ireland, SFI Short Term Travel Fellowship Grant (07/RFP/CMSF575 STTF 09)