Latest CEBCP News & Announcements
The Editors in Chief for Criminology & Public Policy have released a call for papers for a Special Issue on the “George Floyd Protests and the Criminal Justice System: Examining the Etiology of and the System’s Responses to the Protests.”
The Department of Criminology, Law and Society at George Mason University is hiring two tenure-track assistant professors to start in the Fall 2021. For more information, see the job announcement.
CEBCP Executive Director David Weisburd and colleague Tal Jonathan write in an Op-Ed for The Hill that “Fighting crime and gaining public support are two distinct goals for police.”
CEBCP Director Cynthia Lum, along with Daniel Nagin of Carnegie Mellon University and Tarrick McGuire call for fundamental structural changes in policing in an appeal to police leaders in an Op-Ed for the Washington Post. Additional related readings: President Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing Report (Co-chaired by Laurie Robinson and Charles Ramsey) and…
CEBCP Senior Fellow and former Assistant Attorney General Laurie Robinson, and Evidence-Based Policing Hall of Fame Recipient and former chief Charles Ramsey, discuss the death of George Floyd and the actions that police agencies need to take in an opinion for USA Today. Read Laurie Robinson’s discussions with Politico about the Obama Task Force Report on…
Criminology & Public Policy Editors in Chief have released a call for papers for a Special Issue on the Impacts of COVID-19 on Crime and Justice for 2021. Selected papers will be featured in CEBCP’s next congressional briefing. Learn more (PDF)
The IACP and the CEBCP have partnered on a multi-wave panel survey examining the impacts of COVID-19 on law enforcement operations. Preliminary results (PDF) from the first wave are now available by Lum, Maupin and Stoltz. Download (PDF)