Policing Strategies

General policing strategies

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.

Place-Based Crime Prevention

Research Review: Place-Based Crime Prevention

Source: Bureau of Justice Assistance (2013)

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

Research Review: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)

Source: Bureau of Justice Assistance (2013)

Collective Efficacy

Research Review: Collective Efficacy

Source: Bureau of Justice Assistance (2013)

Causes of Neighborhood Crime

Research Review: Causes of Neighborhood Crime

Source: Bureau of Justice Assistance (2013)

Neighborhoods and Crime

Neighborhoods and Crime: Collective Efficacy and Social Cohesion in Miami-Dade County

Authors: Craig D. Uchida, Marc L. Swatt, Shellie E. Solomon, Sean Varano

Source: Justice & Security Strategies, Inc., 2013

Summary: This paper describes a study of collective efficacy in Miami-Dade, Florida.  The study investigates the following research questions:

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