About Us

About Us

Centre for Security and Justice Studies

The Centre for Security and Justice Studies (CSJS) is an institution established in 2006 to work in the fields of security and justice sector. It is a non-profit, non-political, non-partisan, independent and autonomous Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). It is a registered and recognized organization by District Administration Office, Lalitpur district of Nepal Government. It is also affiliated with the Social Welfare Council of Nepal.

 The General Assembly is the apex body of the Centre. The Executive Committee is an elected body which administers day to day business of the Centre. It is accountable to the General Assembly. The Advisory Council is the group of experienced researchers, academicians, diplomats, serving and retired army, police, civil servants, attorneys, lawyers, judges, social advocates and other professionals. The Members of the Centre are experts with long years of experience from security, justice and education sectors.

Kamal Singh Bam

Vice President

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About Us

Aim and Objectives

The aim of this institution is to contribute create safer societies. Its major objectives are to review security and justice policy; aware and educate citizens against threats; conduct research on security and justice agendas; empower organizations and agencies to implement security policy through consultancy and training; and publish journal and occasional papers on the issues of security and justice.

Campaign

The Centre supported Street Children Talent Nepal with Rs 90000.00 for handicraft production in 2011.

Team

Team Members

Narayanbabu Thapa

Founder/CEO

Kamal Singh Bam

Vice President

Bom Bahadur Bhandari

Retired AIG of Nepal Police

Thule Rai

Retired Aig of Nepal Police

Vice President

Kedar Prasad Saud

Retired AIGP of Nepal Police

Retired Aig of Nepal Police

Why Choose Us

Reasons For People Choosing Us

Registered & Recognized by

District Administration Office, Lalitpur district of Nepal Government

Experts

Members of the Centre are experts with long years of experience from security, justice and education sectors

Affiliated With

Social Welfare Council of Nepal.

Greater Goals

The aim of this institution is to contribute create safer societies.

For a Cause

Aware and educate citizens against threats; conduct research on security and justice agenda.

Effective

Empower organizations and agencies to implement security policy through consultancy and training

Publications

Our Publications

President’s contribution in the publication of A Handbook for Policymakers and Practitioners on Security Sector Reform published by United State Institute for Peace (USIP), 2006;

The Centre is planning to publish ‘Journal of Security & Justice’ and ‘Occasional Paper’ in near future.

Members of the Centre have published number of articles in the local newspapers and journals. They have also given interviews to BBC radio and TVs on the issues of security.

Rynn, S. (ed.), 2007

Policing in Nepal: A collection of essays, Saferworld, London, UK; The Nepali Security Sector: An Almanac, DCAF, 2010

. Kasautima Nepal Prahari, 2018

International cooperation

MoU has been signed in between the Centre and Geneva Centre for Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) for mutual cooperation on 4 Sept 2008.

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