Are Hotspot Policing Techniques Effective at Bus Stops? - You must be logged in to view this content.
Do “communities that care” result in less adolescent substance use and delinquency? - You must be logged in to view this content.
The Role of Theory in Evidence-Based Policing - September 10, 2018 by Joel M. Caplan, PhD Associate Professor, Rutgers University School of Criminal Justice Deputy Director, Rutgers Center on Public Security Theory is to evidence-based policing (EBP) as water is to shoreline. They help define each other. Theories shape evidence-based practices, and newly tested practices help to advance theories. A spectrum […]
Peel’s Principles: Uncovering the “History” of Criminal Justice - You must be logged in to view this content.
Does Implicit Bias Exist: A review of the Research - You must be logged in to view this content.
Is crime randomly distributed or more confined to relatively few hot spots? - You must be logged in to view this content.
Are well-meaning interventions effective? Maybe, but effective doesn’t always mean beneficial. - You must be logged in to view this content.
Conference 2019! Join Us in Cincinnati! - Are you passionate about public safety? Do you want to hear about the latest research in policing? Would you like a chance to hear some of the most prominent law enforcement leaders and scholars explain how they believe policing should evolve? How about getting an opportunity to network with fantastically talented police professionals and academics […]
New Student Membership Rate! - Headed back to school soon? Are you excited? We at ASEBP want to encourage you as you head back to the halls of higher learning this coming semester! As a show of support, we are offering a new Student Membership rate of $25 yearly. That’s $15 off our normal $40 Associate Membership rate! Criteria: Must […]
Is it time for a randomized controlled trial on procedural justice policing? - You must be logged in to view this content.