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1 Evidence Informed Approaches: Sussex Police Expanding the Evidence Based Approach to Policing and Crime

2 Sussex Police|Serving Sussex Evidence Pipeline Innovative WorkingImpact Theory of changePre/post outcomes monitoring Experimental evaluation

3 Sussex Police|Serving Sussex Current Developments Research in Action [Collation & Generation] Master-classes Local Partnerships Southern Policing Research Network (SPRN) Knowledge Exchange Hub External Peer Advisory Group

4 Sussex Police|Serving Sussex Hub Objectives Promote, develop and use evidence informed approaches within the organisation to contribute to the national professionalisation of policing Foster and support innovative working within the organisation Support robust evaluations of projects and interventions within the organisation to facilitate ongoing learning and development Establish a clear research agenda for Sussex Police to guide academic partnerships Facilitate knowledge exchange opportunities within and outside the organisation by sharing learning Establish a clear continual professional development strategy for Sussex Police

5 Sussex Police|Serving Sussex Inputs Research/Academic Institutions College of Policing What Works Centre for Crime Reduction Private Enterprise Third Sector Key Stakeholders External Professionals Network ‘Good Ideas’ Outputs Intellectual Property -Research Findings -Cost-effective Evaluations -Innovation Stream -Knowledge Dev’t Seminars -Research Fair -Master classes -Strategic Support -Inspection Support Possible Income Generation (medium – long Term) -Knowledge Exchange Partnership -Innovation & Evidence Expo’s - Evaluation Toolkits Knowledge Exchange Hub Ch. Supt Corporate Services Project Manager Evidence Informed Policing Knowledge Exchange Officer SPRIKE PRWG FEB Inspection & Audit Guidance & Policy Income Generation Continuous Improvement Estates (Innovation Champion) Business Architecture

6 Sussex Police|Serving Sussex Academic Partnerships The Research Agenda Research Protocols Code of Conduct Ethical Oversight

7 Sussex Police|Serving Sussex Evidence Informed Decisions: Thus Far……… Electronic Monitoring of Offenders Multi-agency responses to child sexual abuse Hybrid Vehicles Hot Spots and Targeted Patrol Considerations Virtual Co-Production of Policing Sexual Offence Investigations What Works Centre for Crime Reduction

8 Using evidence in decision-making in the real world October 2014 Rachel Tuffin Director, Knowledge, Research and Education

9 Evidence-based policing ‘Using the best available evidence to inform decisions’ ASK TEST LEARN ADAPT Reflect – develop question Trial – compare and contrast Learn ‘what works?’ (or doesn’t…) Adapt policy/practice to reflect findings Scientific models – POP, systems thinking, National Decision-Making Model Testing, transparency and peer review https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/test-learn-adapt-developing-public-policy-with-randomised-controlled-trials

10 Best available: ‘what works’ ladder Systematic Reviews (Based on level 3-5 studies) 5 Randomised controlled trials 4 Before/after measures Multiple site comparisons 3 Before/after measures Two site comparisons 2 Before/after measures No comparison site 1 One-off measure No comparison site Study designs increasingly rule out potential alternative causes Statements about “what works” & “what doesn’t” Statements about “what’s promising” Study designs cannot rule out potential alternative causes Statements about possible impact Context & mechanisms for change Problem solving and hot spot policing reduce crime according to Campbell systematic reviews Evidence to date suggests leadership training has impact for specific groups Taken together with information about implementation, this result suggests the increase could be attributed to the programme, although the influence of other factors cannot be ruled out.

11 £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ x xx x x xx x x x xx x x xx x x Average effect positive but in one study made things worse

12 £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ x 0 ? x ? Average effect positive but in one study made things worse

13 Get involved

14 Who can test what? National – stop and search Force - predictive patrol Inspector – ‘cocooning’ PCSO – meetings Practices Process & systems Programmes Policy Risk and resource

15 Working together Perhaps the most exciting aspect of the College of Policing is the opportunity it creates to link research evidence directly to professional standards

16 Evidence Base Camp AreaAbstracts returned Available for synthesis Useful studies Acute mental health crisis 1, Barriers to career progression 1, Reducing theft from the person Supporting mental well-being 1, Responding to prostitution TOTAL5, delegates - presented to National Policing leads… next steps

17 East Midlands Policing Academic Collaboration (EMPAC) Peter Ward, Head of Learning and Development

18 Already established All Police Services within the East Midlands region are committed to a Policing Degree as a pre-join option Well established links with local universities Some research commissioned locally

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20 By 2017 ….

21 EMPAC will strive to Embed evidenced based policing across all levels of the service within the E Midlands region Working with academia provide a knowledge and insight base which is reliable and up to date Be a catalyst for further collaboration and innovation into the service

22 EMPAC will achieve this by Co-ordinating the translation of evidence into professional development and practice Draw on a full network of collaborating institutes with a track record of activities relevant to the Police Service in the East Midlands Undertake research of high quality Co-ordinate a series of wider activities

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24 EMPAC Executive Committee ACC Phil Kay Leicestershire Universities, Police Service reps, PCC reps, SEBP rep Community Policing and Public Safety “Lead by academia” Crime, criminal Justice and Policing Solutions “Lead by academia” Organisational Transformation “Lead by academia” Governance Knowledge Transfer Manager What Works CentrePolicing PlansFuture Strategy EMPAC Working Group

25 Progress – Executive Board have met to establish immediate priorities – An event took place in June 14 to gauge levels of interest at this event some mapping took place to agree key themes – CPD events organised (Demand Management, Cyber Crime, Victims Journey) – Schedule meetings with Chief Fire Officers to gauge their interest in this work

26 Questions?


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