Takashi Osaka

Takashi Osaka

Professor
Faculty of Policy Management
Graduate School of Media and Governance
Short BiographyMarch 1992 Bachelor of Laws, University of Tokyo Faculty of Law
April 1992 Joined the National Police Agency (NPA)
May 1997 LL.M., Columbia University School of Law
June 1998 Admitted to the New York State Bar
August 1998 Director, Second Investigation Division, Criminal Investigation Department, Fukuoka Prefecture Police Headquarters
February 2000 Assistant Director, Foreign Affairs Division, Security Bureau, NPA
August 2002 Assistant Director, Community Police Affairs Division, Community Safety Bureau, NPA
January 2005 Assistant Director, Foreign Affairs Division, Foreign Affairs and Intelligence Department, Security Bureau, NPA
July 2005 First Secretary, Embassy of Japan in Russia
August 2008 Deputy Director, International Investigative Operations, Organized Crime Department, Criminal Investigation Bureau, NPA
July 2009 Senior Coordinator, Commissioner-General’s Secretariat, NPA; Deputy Director, Strategy-planning and Analysis Division, Organized Crime Department, Criminal Investigation Bureau, NPA
July 2010 Senior Coordinator, Commissioner-General’s Secretariat, NPA; Deputy Director, General Affairs Division, Commissioner-General’s Secretariat, NPA
August 2012 Director, Police Administration Department, Fukushima Prefecture Police Headquarters
July 2014 Director, Public Relations Office, General Affairs Division, Commissioner-General’s Secretariat, NPA
August 2015 Director, Cybercrime Division, Community Safety Bureau, NPA
August 2016 Commander, Saga Prefecture Police Headquarters
April 2018 Professor (fixed term), Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University
Areas of ExpertisePublic safety policy, Police studies, Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity
Courses TaughtSECURITY POLICY IN SOCIETY(PUBLIC ORDER),ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK FOR POLICY DESIGN (GIGA/GG),INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT,GLOBAL GOVERNANCE STUDIES(PRACTICE),MANAGEMENT OF CYBER RISK,MASTER SEMINAR,SEMINAR(Public Safety Policy),SEMINAR(Volunteer Activities for Cybercrime Prevention),ACADEMIC PROJECT (Legal Practice)
AffiliationsThe Association for the Study of Security Science
The Association for Cybersecurity Law and Policy, Japan
Selected Publications“Towards the Elimination of Empty Police Boxes”
(Keisatsugaku Ronshu (The Journal of Police Science) vol.57 no.3, 2004, Tachibana-Shobo)
Message to StudentsI look forward to meeting all of you as I start teaching at SFC. I have been working for the National Police Agency for 25 years and I am excited to share my experience and knowledge in legal and policy matters regarding public safety and cybersecurity.
Contact Information5322 Endo Fujisawa, Kanagawa 252-0882 Japan
Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus
tosaka18 [ at ] sfc.keio.ac.jp
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