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ACC Angela Williams, MSt (Cantab), of West Yorkshire Police received the QPM in March 2017.
Merseyside Police discover 'sweet spot' solution to night time economy
Read the article Here.
Counselling domestic abusers cuts offending by third
The BBC have reported on some very successful research by the Institute, which was led by Prof. Heather Strang. Click here or here to learn more. This research has also been featured on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour.
Review of the 10th Evidence-Based Policing Conference
A very positive of our 10th Annual Conference has been published here.
IoC Lee Centre wins VC Research Impact Award
We are happy to report that in an Oscar-Award setting in the University Combination room this Thursday, the announcer opened the envelope to say which of six nominees won the 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Research Impact Award for the School of Humanities and Social Sciences -- so that the Vice Chancellor could present the award and the 1,000 pound prize. And the winner was the Jerry Lee Centre for Experimental Criminology, for its development of the Cambridge Crime Harm Index! Hearty congratulations are due to the award recipients: Prof. Larry Sherman, Peter Neyroud, Eleanor Neyroud, Dr. Cristobal Weinborn and Dr. Barak Ariel.
More information can be found here. (Scroll down for pictures of our award winners with the Vice-Chancellor.)
Western Australia's new criminology head is focussing on innovative solutions to complex policing problems. Internationally renowned US crime expert, Geoffrey Barnes, has joined WA's police force as their inaugural Crime Director.
Listen to the interview here.
We are all very saddened to hear of the recent death of Alf Hitchcock, Chief Constable of the MOD following a short illness.
Our condolences go to all of his family and friends.
I am delighted to report that Chief Superintendent Alex Murray of West Midlands Police, founding Chair of the Society of Evidence-Based Policing and MSt (Cantab) graduate of the Cambridge Police Executive Programme, has been appointed to the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Queen Elizabeth II for "SERVICES TO EVIDENCE-BASED POLICING." I believe that is the first time that phrase has ever been used in the history of UK Royal Honours. I predict it will not be the last, with many of our alumni well in the running.
Professor Lawrence Sherman KNO
American Society of Evidence-Based Policing Conference: May 22-23 2017
The American Society of Evidence-Based Policing is hosting its first conference in partnership with the Police Foundation and Arizona State University. The conference is May 22-23, 2017 at Arizona State University, Phoenix. The conference gives practitioners a platform to present the research they have conducted or evidence-based practices they implemented in their organization. We have several areas of research being presented. The conference will be a robust 2 days of learning about research in policing.
As our first conference we are offering an extremely reasonable price - $150/ non-members and $75.00 members. I have attached a flyer and a tentative agenda. You can register for the conference or become a member at www.AmericanSEBP.com.
Police Patrols Prevent Crime: New press coverage of the Cambridge patrol experiment in the Journal of Experimental Criminology article.
Read the story in the Telegraph.
Read the story in the Daily Mail.
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