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.

Special Events

SAVE THE DATE: The CEBCP Symposium will convene in person, June 27, 2022. Stay tuned for an exciting agenda!

Latest News & Announcements

Allison Redlich, Senior Fellow of the CEBCP, elected Fellow of the APA
Dr. Allison Redlich, Senior Fellow of the CEBCP and professor ...
Lum and Koper’s Op-Ed on 911 calls for the Washington Post
"Shifting mental health calls away from police will not greatly ...
David Weisburd: Hot spots policing can reduce community violence
David Weisburd, Executive Director of the Center for Evidence-Based Crime ...
Mitigating Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Juvenile Justice
The Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy (CEBCP) at George Mason ...
Wilson and Lum named ASC Fellows
David Wilson and Cynthia Lum have been named Fellows of ...
Hot Off the Press: TC Magazine Spring 2021
The Spring 2021 issue of Translational Criminology Magazine is now available! ...

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.