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In an age of intensified public debate about the role of police officers, more law-enforcement agencies rely on evidence-based policing to help officers perform their duties. In a new book, written by faculty members, alumni, and current and former doctoral students in ASU’s School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, authors offer fresh research-based perspectives for law-enforcement officials to use toward making better-informed decisions about running their agencies and how to best apply strategies and tactics.
Authors provide keen insights based on social science and medical research evidence’s response to major changes policing has undergone in recent years.
In the book, authors recommend that law-enforcement agencies:
Each chapter is accompanied by a short video summary featuring an author explaining the chapter’s most important takeaways.