7th International Conference on Evidence-Based Policing

7 - 9 July 2014

Faculty of Law on Sidgick Site, Cambridge CB3 9DZ

The theme for 2014 was

Police-Led Experiments.

Professor Lawrence W. Sherman, Chair
Director, Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge and
Jerry Lee Centre for Experimental Criminology



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Awards

Sir Robert Peel Medal for Leadership in Evidence-Based Policing to Edward A. Flynn, Chief of Police , Milwaukee Police Department, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Presentation by Sir Bernard Hogan Howe
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Geroge Madison EBP Hall of Fame to Alex Murray

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Society of Evidence Based Policing (SEBP) award for Excellence in Evidence Based Policing to Brandon Langley by Alex Murray, Chair, SEBP

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Sir Richard Mayne Award to Mike Hulett, National Crime Agency

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Victor Lissack award to Kent McFadzien

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Postgraduate Diploma and MSt Awards Ceremony: Cambridge Police Executive Programme 2014

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Slides, Video and Sound recordings from the Conference:

All Presentations below are in running order as they appeared on the day.

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MONDAY

Welcome and Introductions  
Lawrence Sherman FRSA University of Cambridge Slides Video Audio Gallery
“Leading Leaders of Police Experiments”  
Chief Constable Chris Sims, West Midlands Police OBE, QPM, , West Midlands Police Slides Video Audio Gallery

“Promoting Innovation and Experiments in Policing: What Works?”

Chair: Sir Denis O’Connor CBE QPM

Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy QPM, Greater Manchester Police

Chief Constable Alex Marshall QPM, College of Policing

Chief Constable Sara Thornton CBE QPM, Thames Valley Police

Chief Constable Chris Sims OBE QPM, West Midlands Police

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TUESDAY

Sir Robert Peel’s Great Experiment: The Metropolitan Police Today

Chair: Professor Lawrence Sherman FRSA, University of Cambridge

Speaker: Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis Video Audio Gallery

Sir Robert Peel Medal for Outstanding Leadership in Evidence-Based Policing


Presented by Sir Bernard Hogan Howe to
Edward A. Flynn, Chief of Police, Milwaukee Police Department, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
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Long-Term Effects on Victim Mortality of Arresting Abusive Partners


Chair: Chief Inspector Jaqueline A.G. Sebire Ph.D., Metropolitan Police Service

Speakers: Edward A. Flynn, Chief of Police, Milwaukee
Professor Lawrence W. Sherman, University of Cambridge
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Experimenting With GPS Measures in Managing Directed Patrol

Chair: Chief Constable Sara Thornton, Thames Valley Police

"“The Dallas Vehicle Locator Tracking Experiment: Can Police Reduce Crime With Unallocated Patrol Time”"
Professor David Weisburd, George Mason University and Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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"Where are the police cars? Using GPS data for Resource Management in Hertfordhire."
Owen Wetherill, Hertfordshire Police

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“Using GPS Tracking to Reduce Homicides and Shootings: A Randomized Trial”
Stephen Williams, Commissioner of Police (Ag) George Mason University, Trinidad & Tobago Police Service

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Police-Initiated Experiments in Philadelphia

Chair: Dr. R.K. Raghavan, Director (retired), Central Bureau of Investigation, India

Speaker: Professor Jerry Ratcliffe, Temple University Slides Video Audio Gallery
A Common Currency of Policing: How Many Crimes of What Type Can One Police Officer Prevent in One Year?
 

Lawrence W. Sherman and Barak Ariel, University of Cambridge

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13:30– 14:00: Early Results From the Birmingham Turning Point Experiment

Chair: Chief Superintendent Alex Murray, West Midlands Police

Speakers:
Chief Constable Peter Neyroud(retired), University of Cambridge
Molly Slothower, University of Maryland and Cambridge Centre for Evidence-Based Policing

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Police-Led Evidence from Hampshire on Domestic Violence

Chair: Dr Heather Strang, Cambridge University

Panel:
Chief Superintendent Scott Chilton, Hampshire Police
Jo Rowland, Hampshire Police
Nicole Cornelius, Hampshire Police

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Leading Experiments in Police Legitimacy Chair:Dr. Justice Tankebe, University of Cambridge
Speakers:
Professor Lorraine Mazerolle, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
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Brandon Langley, West Midlands Police
Dr. Barak Ariel, University of Cambridge and Hebrew University, Jerusalem

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Society for Evidence Based Policing 2014 Award for Excellence

Presented to Brandon Langley by Alex Murray, Chair, SEBP Video Audio Gallery
Advancing Police Experiments and Evidence-Based Policing
Chair: Chief Constable (retired ) Crispian Strachan CBE, University of Cambridge

Speakers:
Dr. Erick Wennerstrom, Director, Swedish National Council on Crime Prevention
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Rachel Tuffin, College of Policing Slides Video Audio Gallery
Simon Bailey, Chief Constable, Norfolk Police Slides Video Audio Gallery

Julie Wartell, San Diego (California) District Attorney’s Office

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WEDNESDAY

Evidence-Based Policing at New Scotland Yard

Chair and Discussant: Professor Lorraine Mazerolle, University of Queensland.

Police: An RCT with Chronic Domestic Abusers
Jonathan Roy,
Merseyside

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Police: An RCT on electronic monitoring
Michael Ball, Hertfordshire

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A Quasi-Experiment in Local Engagement
Basit Javid, West Midlands Police,

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An RCT in Community Resolutions for Youths
William Jephson
, Hertfordshire Police,
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Experiments in the Cost of Policing: PCSOs Or PCs?

Chair: Chief Constable John Parkinson (retired), University of Cambridge

“Are Neighbourhood Police Teams More Cost-Effective With Mostly PCSOs?
Angela Williams,
West Yorkshire Police

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“PC vs. PCSO Patrol Effects in the Peterborough RCT”
Dr. Barak Ariel, University of Cambridge
Jo Smallwood, West Midlands Police

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What Does Graduate Education Contribute to Leading Police Experiments?

Chair: Dame Shirley Pearce, Chair, College of Policing

Panel:
Alex Murray, Chief Superintendent, West Midlands Police
Angela Williams, Chief Superintendent, West Yorkshire Police
Jo Rowland, Hampshire Police
Basit Javid, West Midlands Police

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Is Police Patrol Cost-Effective on High-Risk Bus Lines: An RCT
Chair: Professor Jerry Ratcliffe, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Panel:
Dr. Barak Ariel,
University of Cambridge
Inspector Homre Varley, Metropolitan Police Service
Sir Denis O’Connor, University of Cambridge
Peter Neyroud, University of Cambridge

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The 2013 Sir Richard Mayne Lecture

 
Mike Hulett, National Crime Agency Slides Video Sound Gallery
Postgraduate Diploma and MSt Awards Ceremony: Cambridge Police Executive Programme 2013 Valedictory Speaker: Sir Denis O’Connor
Presentations
Postgraduate Diplomas:
? Javier Donnangelo
? Tommy Bringholm
? Bisnath Maharaj (in absentia)
? Julie Wartell
? Kent McFadzien:

Victor Lissack Award: Kent McFadzien

MSt Thesis Distinctions:
? Nicole Cornelius
? John Denley
? Michael Hulett
? Bronwyn Killmier (in absentia)
? Brandon Langley
? Jo Rowland

Course Distinctions
? Michael Hulett
? Brandon Langley
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