Welcome to the Evidence-Based Policing Hall of Fame
The Hall recognizes innovative law enforcement practitioners who have been central to the implementation of a high quality research program in their agency and also are relentless champions of institutionalizing evidence-based practices. These leaders of evidence-based policing not only help make high-quality police scholarship possible but also advance significant reforms in policing by utilizing science in their decision making.
- Nominees must be or have been a member of a law enforcement agency, either as a sworn officer or civilian employee; and
- Nominees must have been central to the implementation of documented, rigorous scientific research or analysis in their affiliated agency; and
- Nominees must show a significant record of incorporating and translating evidence-based practices into their agency. Such a record of practice might also include greater incorporation of science and scientific processes in decision making or training.
The next deadline for nominations is October 15, 2021. (If you nominated someone for the 2020 or 2021 canceled symposia, your nomination will still be considered). Selection decisions are made by a committee that includes the Director of CEBCP, two senior fellows, and one Hall of Fame member. Contributions to support the Hall of Fame Awards and other initiatives of the CEBCP can be made through our 100K for 10 Campaign.
Congratulations to the Hall of Fame class of 2022!
Commissioner (retired), Israel Police
Director of Performance Analytics and Research, Seattle (WA) Police Department
R. MARK EVANS
Deputy Chief Executive, New Zealand Police
Chief, Boulder (CO) Police Department
Sergeant, Darien (CT) Police Department
(RJ) RICH JOHNSTON
Deputy Chief of Police, Barrie (Ontario, Canada) Police Department
Deputy Chief of Police, Arlington (TX) Police Department
EDWIN C. ROESSLER, JR.
Chief (retired), Fairfax County (VA) Police Department
C. DANIEL WAGNER
Deputy Superintendent, Cambridge (MA) Police Department