Webinars

The Smart Policing Initiative webinars provide a unique opportunity for law enforcement officers, researchers, and the SPI community to learn and discuss topics related to evidence-based strategies and policing. The webinars are presented approximately once a month and are recorded for you to view on our website at your own convenience. Please don't hesitate to contact the webinar presenter with questions or requests for additional information.

Webinar

Date Presented

Presenter

Effective Collaboration 

January 2011

Hildy Saizow

Measuring SPI Performance

February 2011

Cynthia Lum

Addressing Crime or Disorder in Housing

2011

John Eck

Targeting Offenders

June 2011

Scott Decker

Offender Notification Meetings

November 2011

Edmund F. McGarrell

Problem Oriented Policing in the Context of Smart Policing

November 2011

Michael S. Scott

Research that Matters

December 2011

Scott Decker

Sustaining Smart Policing

January 2012

Nola Joyce

SPI 101[1]

January 2012

James R. Coldren, Jr., Hildy Saizow, and Vivian Chu

Crime Analysis in SPI

March 2012

Julie Wartell

Targeting Offenders

April 2012

Scott Decker

Technology and Policing

May 2012

Charles Stephenson

Effective Collaboration

June 2012

Hildy Saizow

SARA Discussion-based webinar

September 2012

Boston, Glendale, Lowell, and Palm Beach SPI

SMART Police Officers: The End Game

December 2012

Deputy Superintendent Arthur Ryan and the Lowell Police Department

SPI 101[2]

February 2013

James R. Coldren, Jr., Hildy Saizow, and Vivian Chu

Sustaining SPI through Effective Communication

March 2013

Hildy Saizow

Targeting Offenders

May 2013

Scott Decker

Facilitating Organizational Change

July 2013

Brenda J. Bond

Smart Policing Officers

October 2013

Craig Uchida and Los Angeles Police Department SPI Team

Strategies for Measuring Organizational Change

October 2013

Brenda J. Bond

Social Network Analysis

October 2013

Michael D. White, Charles M. Katz, David Choate, and members of the Kansas City, MO SPI team

Focused Deterrence and Offender Call-ins December 2013 Scott Decker
SPI 101[3] April 2014 James R. Coldren, Jr. and Lt. Tom Woodmansee
Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety May 2014 James R. Coldren (facilitator) and the Roanoke County, VA, Metro Nashville, TN, Mesa, AZ, and Shawnee, KS Police Departments.
Criminology 101 September 2014 Scott Decker


[1] This SPI 101 webinar was presented live only for the new Phase III SPI sites.

[2] This SPI 101 webinar was presented live only for the new Phase IV SPI sites.

[3] This SPI 101 webinar was presented live only for the new Phase V SPI sites.