Policing Strategies

General policing strategies

DDACTS Evaluability Assessment

DDACTS Evaluability Assessment: Final Report on Individual and Cross-Site Findings

Source: National Institute of Justice and The Urban Institute

Authors: David McClure, Jeremy Levy, Nancy La Vigne, David Hayeslip

Evaluation of the Shreveport Predictive Policing Experiment

Evaluation of the Shreveport Predictive Policing Experiment

Source: RAND Corporation

Authors: Priscillia Hunt, Jessica Saunders, John S. Hollywood

Engaging Juvenile Justice System-Involved Families

Engaging Juvenile Justice System-Involved Families

Source: National Council on Crime and Delinquency

Authors: Antoinette Davis, Angela Irvine, and Jason Ziedenberg

Building Trust Inside and Out

Building Trust Inside and Out: Challenges Facing Police Leaders - Research for the Real World Seminar

Source: National Institute of Justice

Summary: In the face of budget cuts, changing workforce demands, new varieties of crime and new technologies, how should police executives manage officers and other personnel and still ensure that organizational goals are being met?

Five Things About Deterrence

Five Things About Deterrence

Source: National Institute of Justice

Monitoring High-Risk Gang Offenders with GPS Technology

Monitoring High-Risk Gang Offenders with GPS Technology: An Evaluation of the California Supervision Program Final Report

Source: National Institute of Justice

Authors: Stephen V. Gies, Randy Gainey, Marcia I. Cohen, Eoin Healy, Martha Yeide, Alan Bekelman, Amanda Bobnis

Evaluation of a Comprehensive Approach to Reducing Gun Violence in Detroit

Evaluation of a Comprehensive Approach to Reducing Gun Violence in Detroit

Source: National Institute of Justice

Authors: Timothy Bynum, Eric Grommon, John McCluskey

How Procedural Justice Strengthens the Public's Willingness to Obey the Law

How Procedural Justice Strengthens the Public's Willingness to Obey the Law

Source: Center for Court Innovation

SummaryIn this New Thinking podcast, Tracey L. Meares, the Walton Hale Hamilton Professor at Yale Law School, outlines the four components of procedural justice and their power to enhance perceptions of government legitimacy. She also discusses how procedural justice is incorporated into Chicago Offender Notification Forums, an anti-violence intervention that she helped design.

Thoughtful Implementation is Essential for Evidence-based Practices to Succeed

Thoughtful Implementation is Essential for Evidence-based Practices to Succeed

Source: Center for Court Innovation

SummaryProfessor Edward J. Latessa, director of the School of Criminal Justice at the University of Cincinnati, discusses the importance of evidence-based practices and the challenges of implementing reform.

This podcast can be viewed online here.

The Spread of "Community Reforms"

Understanding Influence Across Justice Agencies: The Spread of "Community Reforms" From Law Enforcement to Prosecutor Organizations

Source: National Institute of Justice (2014)

Author: Matthew J. Giblin

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