Thank you for making the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy and Police Foundation Joint Symposium on August 17-18, 2015, a success! Congratulations to Jim Burch and Sean Malinowski who were inducted into the Evidence-Based Policing Hall of Fame at the symposium and to our achievement award winners, Herman Goldstein and Wesley Skogan. Topics and research findings were presented on:
- Policing and communities of color
- New research on body worn cameras
- School safety, bullying and prevention
- Investigations and early warning systems
- Crime patterns at places and communities
- Evidence-based policing, translation and receptivity
- The President’s Task Force for 21st Century Policing
Presentations available for viewing:
- Karen Amendola (The Police Foundation): Simultaneous versus Sequential Photo Arrays: Sorting out the Scientific Controversy.
- Rob Davis (The Police Foundation): Identifying Best Practices for Solving Cold Cases.
- Tim Hegarty (Riley County, Kansas, Police Department): Replacing the UCR: Practical and Theoretical Considerations of Sherman’s Crime Harm Index.
- Cynthia Lum (George Mason University) and Daniel Nagin (Canegie Mellon University): Reinventing American Policing: A Seven-Point Blueprint for the 21st Century.
- Simone Robers (CNA): Selected Findings from the Indicators of School Crime and Safety: 2014.
- Richard Rosenfeld (University of Missouri-St. Louis): Ferguson and Police Use of Deadly Force.
- Cody Telep (Arizona State University): Police Receptivity to Research and Evidence-Based Policing: Examining Variability Within and Across Agencies.
- Michael White (Arizona State University): Police Officer Body-Worn Cameras: Assessing Resources, Research and Next Steps.
- Jennifer Wood (Temple University): Coming into Focus: What Philadelphia has Learned about Body Worn Cameras in Police Work.
View the Full Agenda below