Policing Strategies

General policing strategies

Identifying and Defining Policing Problems

Identifying and Defining Policing Problems

Source: Center for Problem-Oriented Policing

Author: Michael S. Scott

Collective Efficacy: Taking Action to Improve Neighborhoods

Collective Efficacy: Taking Action to Improve Neighborhoods

Source: National Institute of Justice (2016)

Authors: Brians R. Higgins and Joel Hunt

Introduction: In neighborhoods with collective efficacy, neighbors agree on what is acceptable behavior and reinforce it in each other.

Evaluating a Researcher-Practitioner Partnership and Field Experiment

Evaluating a Researcher-Practitioner Partnership and Field Experiment

Source: National Institute of Justice

Author: Richard Rosenfeld

Community Policing Revisited

Community Policing Revisited

Source: National Institute of Justice

Authors: Brett Chapman and Eric Martin

Building Trust With Communities

Building Trust With Communities

Source: Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy in the Department of Criminology, Law, and Society, George Mason University

The Effects of Adolescent Development on Policing

The Effects of Adolescent Development on Policing

Source: The International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

Using Research To Move Policing Forward

Using Research To Move Policing Forward

 

Source: National Institute of Justice

Author: James Nolette

Evidence-Based Decision Making: Victim Service Provider User's Guide

Evidence-Based Decision Making: Victim Service Provider User's Guide

Source: Center for Effective Public Policy

Authors: Susan Gibel, Madeline M. Carter, and Rachelle Ramirez

The Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council's Five in 5

The Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council's Five in 5

Source: Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council and Bureau of Justice Assistance 

Summary: The Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council’s (CICC) Five in 5 is a snapshot of law enforcement and criminal intelligence-related articles, resources, and research that may be of interest to CICC members and partners working to improve the nation’s ability to develop and share criminal intelligence.

Race and Policing: An Agenda for Action

Race and Policing: An Agenda for Action

Source: Harvard Kennedy School Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management and National Institute of Justice

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