COPS — the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services is the office of the U.S. Department of Justice that advances the practice of community policing in America’s state, local and tribal law enforcement agencies. COPS does its work principally by sha
This portal is dedicated to helping law enforcement agencies provide the public with valuable information about crime activity by neighborhood. Our goal is to assist police departments in reducing crime through a better informed citizenry. We work directl
Designing Out Crime research centre (DOC) is a partnership between the NSW Department of Justice and the University of Technology Sydney. Our mandate is to bring design innovation to complex crime and social problems.
Set up in 1958, the European Committee on Crime Problems (CDPC) was entrusted by the Committee of Ministers the responsibility for overseeing and coordinating the Council of Europe’s activities in the field of crime prevention and crime control.
The Justice Mapping Center uses computer mapping and other graphical depictions of quantitative data to analyze and communicate social policy information. Our approach is based on the plain fact that American society is stratified and that where people li
The Law Enforcement Organization of Planning & Research Directors seeks to provide law enforcement agency leaders, planning and research directors and key stakeholders with venues in which they may share and discuss their unique planning and research
Das NZK ist ein wissenschaftlicher Fachdienst für Kriminalpolitik und Kriminalprävention. Es hat die Aufgabe, wissenschaftliche Befunde über die Wirksamkeit von kriminalpräventiven Maßnahmen für Politik & Praxis verwertbar zu machen.
Policing.comwas created by Bonnie Bucqueroux, former Associate Director of the National Center for Community Policing at Michigan State University's School of Criminal Justice. In that capacity, she co-authored two best-selling books on community policing
The National Center for Community Policing is a team of diverse professionals committed to facilitating organizational change within police agencies and the development of community partnerships to institutionalize community policing.
WHO works with partners to prevent violence through scientifically credible strategies that are conceived and implemented in relation to causes at the levels of the individual, family, community and society.