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Episode 20 - Dr Lawrence W Sherman

November 04, 2020 Nicholas Roy
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Episode 20 - Dr Lawrence W Sherman
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Episode 20 - Dr Lawrence W Sherman
Nov 04, 2020
Nicholas Roy

Dr Lawrence W. Sherman is widely recognized as the founder of evidence-based policing, a professional social movement for using more analytic support in making police decisions about the Triple-T: Targeting, Testing and Tracking the use of police resources.  A professor of criminology at Cambridge University (UK) since 2007, he is editor of the CAMBRIDGE JOURNAL OF EVIDENCE-BASED POLICING and director of the postgraduate Cambridge Police Executive Programme. His research on policing has attracted almost 40,000 Google Scholar citations, and his Crime Harm Index proposal has attracted 70,000 reads in the first four years since publication in 2016. He has recently launched online courses on EBP for analysts and police leaders.

Links:
Cambridge Centre for Evidence Based Policing
Online Course for Analysts and Police Leaders
Cambridge Crime Harm Index Research (2016)
Cambridge Harm Index Consensus (2020)

Show Notes

Dr Lawrence W. Sherman is widely recognized as the founder of evidence-based policing, a professional social movement for using more analytic support in making police decisions about the Triple-T: Targeting, Testing and Tracking the use of police resources.  A professor of criminology at Cambridge University (UK) since 2007, he is editor of the CAMBRIDGE JOURNAL OF EVIDENCE-BASED POLICING and director of the postgraduate Cambridge Police Executive Programme. His research on policing has attracted almost 40,000 Google Scholar citations, and his Crime Harm Index proposal has attracted 70,000 reads in the first four years since publication in 2016. He has recently launched online courses on EBP for analysts and police leaders.

Links:
Cambridge Centre for Evidence Based Policing
Online Course for Analysts and Police Leaders
Cambridge Crime Harm Index Research (2016)
Cambridge Harm Index Consensus (2020)