A Tipping Point for "Totally Evidenced Policing": Ten Ideas for Building an Evidence-Based Police Agency
Increasing numbers of police professionals have decided to practice evidence-based policing. Yet many of these ‘‘early adopters’’ encounter opposition from their colleagues. Advocates of evidencebased policing (EBP) increasingly ask whether, or how, an entire agency can be transformed at about the same time, rapidly creating a ‘‘tipping point’’ for ‘‘totally evidenced’’ policing—defined as a steady growth of evidence-based decisionmaking on as many practices as possible. Such tipping points may...[Show more]
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