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Examples of Harmful Psychological Treatment- You must be logged in to view this content.
How Can Criminology Better Evaluate Crime Displacement?- You must be logged in to view this content.
Does Traffic Enforcement Decrease the Number of Fatal Crashes?- You must be logged in to view this content.
Is there any evidence concerning the Warrior/Guardian debate in policing?- At some point over the past 10 years, the idea that police officers should see themselves as guardians (i.e., officers valuing working with the public to reduce crime) rather than warriors (i.e., officers seeing themselves as soldiers in a life-or-death battle against crime) became lodged in the debate on police reform. Indeed, the argument found […]
Place Based Foot-Patrol: An Effective Crime Prevention Strategy?- You must be logged in to view this content.
Evidence-Based Policing is a Movement- By Meme Styles A Different Kind of Movement A person’s most admirable ability is their capacity to drive social change. Throughout history, world-wide movements that promote good and awareness have been driven by passionate leaders and fed-up loyalists to the cause. Whether it was Women’s Suffrage, The Civil Rights Movement, The Gay Rights Movement, Black […]
Preventing PTSD: To Debrief or Not to Debrief?- You must be logged in to view this content.
The harmful effects of Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD): Why police departments should stay up to date on evidence-based practices- I attended the 2018 International Association of Chiefs of Policing Conference in Orlando, FL where I had the good fortune to sit in on a Critical Incident Peer Support session led by Dr. Bradley S. Feuer, the Chief Surgeon of the Florida Highway Patrol. I was looking forward to this class because I have read […]
Well-Being and the Police Profession- I feel very privileged to be asked to write for the American Society. Having attended a couple of conferences in the States, and visited numerous PD’s I feel at least a little confident to have enough knowledge to give a view. Although ‘snapshots’ are not always helpful, with the right lens they can be incredibly […]