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Confidential 1 Better policing through better evidence From new professionalism to better remedies Peter Neyroud CBE QPM Institute of Criminology, University.

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1 Confidential 1 Better policing through better evidence From new professionalism to better remedies Peter Neyroud CBE QPM Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge And Molly Slothower, University of Maryland

2 Confidential 2 Coming up ‣ The Old policing profession – the old evidence and its consequences ‣ From the Old, to the New ‣ Evidence. Myths. Legends ‣ Politics and Police ‣ Developing the New policing professionalism supported by science ‣ Turning Point and the community remedy

3 Confidential 3 Coming up ‣ The Old policing profession ‣ From the Old, to the New ‣ Evidence. Myths. Legends ‣ Politics and Police ‣ Developing the New policing professionalism

4 Confidential 4 O. W. Wilson Chief of Wichita and Chicago  Rapid response  Deterrent patrol  Investigations  Police science degrees... the “Clinical Professor”

5 Confidential 5 O. W. Wilson Chief of Wichita and Chicago “the determination of the level of operational manpower to carry out police tasks..[is made by] (a) guesswork (b) comparison [to others] (c) a calculation of the number of men to be added to compensate for an increase in crime…” (Wilson and McLaren, 1976: 363)

6 Confidential 6 O. W. Wilson Chief of Wichita and Chicago “An impression of omni-presence is created by frequent and conspicuous patrol at every hour and in all sections of the community..” (Wilson and McLaren, 1976: 363)

7 Confidential 7 The 3 Rs of the ‘old’ professional era The end of the ‘old’ professional era Approach Random patrols Rapid response Reactive detection Objective To deter To prevent To reduce

8 Confidential 8 Coming up ‣ The Old policing profession ‣ From the Old, to the New ‣ Evidence. Myths. Legends ‣ Politics and Police ‣ Developing the New policing professionalism

9 Confidential 9 The end of the ‘old’ professional era Approach Random patrols Rapid response Reactive detection Objective To deter To prevent To reduce Research Outcome Not effective

10 Confidential 10 The end of the ‘old’ professional era or Random Patrol

11 Confidential 11 Community Policing The end of the ‘old’ professional era ‣ Seeking mission beyond crime fighting ‣ Building upon Goldstein’s problem-solving model ‣ Majority of police activities were not related to crime

12 Confidential 12 Intelligence-led Policing The end of the ‘old’ professional era

13 Confidential 13 Compstat BIG DATA Evidence Cops on the dots Crime Fighting TACTICS CONFIDENT

14 Confidential 14 Evidence-led Policing The end of the ‘old’ professional era Place People Protection Persuasion Areas of high crime rates Most harmful and persistent Most vulnerable Legitimacy

15 Confidential 15 Coming up ‣ The Old policing profession ‣ From the Old, to the New ‣ Evidence. Myths. Legends ‣ Politics and Police ‣ Developing the New policing professionalism

16 Confidential years of research. Is policing based on researched facts?

17 Confidential 17 5 Popular Myths

18 Confidential 18 1 Focus on hotspots = crime  Myth Fact

19 Confidential 19 2 Targeting = Diffusion Myth Fact Targeting = Displacement

20 Confidential 20 3 Myth Fact Court Prosecution = Deterrent Formal Processing = Negative Impact

21 Confidential 21 4 Myth Fact Community Policing = Crime Prevention Community Policing = Legitimacy

22 Confidential 22 5 Myth Fact ‘Traditional’ Policing = Crime Reduction Science = Success

23 Confidential 23 Why do myths matter?

24 Confidential 24


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