Mr. Cody Telep
Ms. Julie Grieco
Five "Ideas in American Policing" written by CEBCP affiliated scholars:
2012 Ideas lecturer
Prof. James Willis
THE CEBCP WEBSITE HAS MOVED!
Improving Policing with Evidence
The Research Program on Evidence-Based Policing of the CEBCP engages in a variety of projects and activities, in collaboration with police agencies, to promote the use of scientific research, evidence, and analysis to guide police practices.
Translating Research into Practice
In this research program, we carry out rigorous evaluations of policing strategies and tactics, as well as discover ways in which scholarship is translated into everyday use by law enforcement agencies. One central part of this effort is the Evidence-Based Policing Matrix developed by Cynthia Lum, Christopher Koper, and Cody Telep at the related Matrix Demonstration Project.
The Evidence-Based Policing Matrix is a free, online interactive tool that provides an easy-to-use framework for summarizing all police evaluation studies of moderate to high rigor.
||Listen to Jim Bueermann, Senior Fellow in CEBCP and former police chief in Redlands, CA, discuss hot spots policing in Sacramento on KTKZ AM1380 here (MP3 file from KTKZ).
Interested in more about police research on officers, supervisors, and organizations? Link HERE for NIJ's National Police Research Platform Website.
The CEBCP partners with the Police Foundation, IACP, IACA, IJIS Institute, and various police agencies across the country.
NEWS AND EVENTS
Mark your calendars! The CEBCP and the Scottish Institute for Policing Research Joint Symposium and Congressional Briefing, April 8-9, 2013
View our most recent videos and workshops from various events on our YouTube site clsmason.
See videos and the workbook from the 2012 Evidence-Based Policing Workshop at the CEBCP Annual Symposium.
See videos and the workbook from the 2011 Evidence-Based Policing Workshop at the CEBCP Annual Symposium.
New Police Research Group formed by policing scholars and students at George Mason.
The Sacramento hot spots experiment led by Sgt. Renee Mitchell and analyzed by Cody Telep was highlighted by the COPS Office in Community Policing Dispatch and won a distinction from IACP.
Senior Fellow Jim Bueermann wrote an article in the latest issue of the NIJ Journal entitled "Being Smart on Crime with Evidence-Based Policing."
Check out the most recent CEBCP congressional briefing on reducing firearms violence.