Our Mission

Seeking to make scientific research a key component in decisions about crime and justice policies.

Our Team

Meet the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy's team.

Making an Impact

Learn more about our outreach, symposia, and briefings.

Upcoming Events

CANCELLED: The 2020 CEBCP Symposium has been cancelled due to COVID-19. The 2021 CEBCP Symposium is tentatively set for June 21, 2021.

Latest News & Announcements

Call for Papers: Criminology & Public Policy Special Issue on Floyd Protests
The Editors in Chief for Criminology & Public Policy have ...
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Positions
The Department of Criminology, Law and Society at George Mason ...
David Weisburd and Tal Jonathan discuss two goals of the police
CEBCP Executive Director David Weisburd and colleague Tal Jonathan write ...
Cynthia Lum, Dan Nagin, and Tarrick McGuire appeal for structural policing reforms
CEBCP Director Cynthia Lum, along with Daniel Nagin of Carnegie ...
Laurie Robinson and Charles Ramsey discusses police use of force and George Floyd
CEBCP Senior Fellow and former Assistant Attorney General Laurie Robinson, ...
Call for Papers for a Special Issue on the Impacts of COVID-19 on Crime and Justice
Criminology & Public Policy Editors in Chief have released a call for ...

What strategies can be effective in reducing crime and disorder in policing?

The Evidence-Based Policing Matrix is a research-to-practice translation tool that organizes moderate to very rigorous evaluations of police interventions visually, allowing agencies and researchers to view the field of research in this area.