The Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy (CEBCP) at George Mason University, with support from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, hosted a one-day executive leadership training session on August 15, 2011 on “Evidence-Based Policing and Police Leadership.” The purpose of this workshop was to provide police leaders access to specialized training on definitions, concrete examples, and concerns and challenges of evidence-based policing. This successful event drew participants from 30 police agencies and five research groups. The video-taped presentations, the workbook provided to participants, and extra resources are presented to the law enforcement community on this page. We welcome your suggestions and comments at email@example.com .
Special thanks to Synthesis Multimedia Productions for videotaping the presentations.
Download entire workshop workbook or see below for specific workbook sections.
Cynthia Lum: “The Evidence-Based Policing Matrix”
Evidence-Based Policing Matrix Resources:
- Evidence-Based Policing Matrix website
- “The Evidence-Based Policing Matrix” (Lum, Koper, & Telep, 2011)
- “Evidence-Based Policing” (Sherman, 1998)
Hassan Aden: “Crime Reduction Areas: Hotspots in Alexandria”
- The Minneapolis Hot Spots Experiment summary (Sherman & Weisburd, 1995)
- Koper Curve summary (Koper, 1995)
- Jackville Hot Spots Experiment executive summary (Taylor & Koper, 2010)
Commentary by Darrel Stephens
David Weisburd: “Science in Policing”
Commentary by Peter Neyroud
- “Police Science: Toward a New Paradigm” (Weisburd & Neyroud, 2011)
John Kapinos and Cynthia Lum: “Incoroporating Research into Planning and Development”
- “Translating Police Research into Practice” (Lum, 2009)