Translating Research into Practice
What works to prevent crime and improve citizen trust and confidence in the police? How can police incorporate research into their daily practice? The CEBCP’s Evidence-Based Policing Research Program focuses on generating both the supply of research (rigorous evaluations of policing strategies and tactics), and also the demand, use, and translation of research into everyday use by law enforcement agencies. One central part of this effort is the Evidence-Based Policing Matrix developed by Cynthia Lum, Christopher Koper, and Cody Telep and the related Matrix Demonstration Projects.
- Evidence-Based Policing (Lawrence Sherman, 1998)
- Translating Police Research Into Practice (Cynthia Lum, 2009)
- Receptivity to Research in Policing (Cynthia Lum, Cody Telep, Christopher Koper and Julie Grieco, 2011)
- Police Science: Towards a New Paradigm (David Weisburd and Peter Neyroud, 2011)
- Police Foundation President and CEBCP Senior Fellow Jim Bueermann’s “Being Smart on Crime with Evidence-Based Policing” for the National Institute of Justice.
- A Tipping Point for ‘Totally Evidenced Policing’ (Lawrence Sherman, 2015)
Presentations and videos from our symposia and workshops:
- 2015 CEBCP-Police Foundation joint symposium.
- 2014 SIPR-CEBCP Symposium on Evidence-Based Policing in Tulliallan, Scotland.
- 2014 “Evidence-Based Policing and Leadership for First Line Supervisors”
- 2013 CEBCP-SIPR Joint Symposium and Congressional Briefing.
- Videos and the workbook from the 2012 Evidence-Based Policing Workshop at the 2012 CEBCP Annual Symposium.
- Videos and the workbook from the 2011 Evidence-Based Policing Workshop at the 2011 CEBCP Annual Symposium.