Policing Strategies

General policing strategies

An Introduction to Evidence-Based Practices

An Introduction to Evidence-Based Practices

Source: Justice Research and Statistics Association (2014)

Community Justice 2014 Summit Keynote Address

Community Justice 2014 Summit Keynote Address

Source: Community Justice 2014 Summit (hosted by Center for Court Innovation and California Administrative Office of the Courts)

Summary: Denise O'Donnell, director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance, discusses the Bureau's strategic mission and holistic approach to justice reform. She also outlines the Bureau's new suite of Smart on Crime programs.

Evidence-Based Strategies for Working with Offenders

Evidence-Based Strategies for Working with Offenders

Source: Center for Court Innovation (2014)

Community Advisory Boards

How Community Advisory Boards Can Assist the Work of the Justice System

Source: The Center for Court Innovation (2014)

Introduction: Community engagement is an essential component of a well-functioning justice system. By strategically engaging the public, justice agencies can foster trust and mutual understanding, build partnerships, and solve local problems. Through community engagement, the justice system can also access local resources, including community volunteers.

Social Media and Police Leadership: Lessons From Boston

Social Media and Police Leadership: Lessons From Boston

Authors: Edward Davis, Alejandro Alves, David Sklansky

Source: National Institute of Justice (2014)

Legitimacy and Procedural Justice: A New Element of Police Leadership

Legitimacy and Procedural Justice: A New Element of Police Leadership

Source: Police Executive Research Forum (2014)

Legitimacy and Procedural Justice: The New Orleans Case Study

Legitimacy and Procedural Justice: The New Orleans Case Study

Source: Police Executive Research Forum (2014)

Social Cohesion

Research Review: Social Cohesion

Source: Bureau of Justice Assistance (2013)

Reentry to High Crime Areas

Research Review: Reentry to High Crime Areas

Source: Bureau of Justice Assistance (2013)

Reducing Offenses by Violent Offenders

Research Review: Reducing Offenses by Violent Offenders

Source: Bureau of Justice Assistance (2013)

Summary: As part of the Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation program, BJA has prepared a series of research reviews on topics important to law enforcement.  These reviews summarize findings from notable publications evaluating data-driven, evidence-based practices in law enforcement agencies.  This review describes findings from offender-based policing strategies, including reentry programs.

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