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Related POP Projects


The quality and focus of these submissions vary considerably. With the exception of those submissions selected as winners or finalists, these documents are unedited and are reproduced in the condition in which they were submitted. They may nevertheless contain useful information or may report innovative projects.

Checkpoint Deferred Prosecution Scheme, Durham Constabulary (UK), 2019, Goldstein Award Winner

High Harm Perpetrator Unit, Surrey Police (UK), 2019

The Nicest Thief I've Ever Met, Durham Constabulary (UK), 2018

Habitual Larceny: Reducing Shoplifting through Repeat Offenders, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (North Carolina, USA), 2015

Retail District Crime Reduction Plan: Changing the Criminal Perception, Arlington Police Department (Texas, USA), 2013

Social Navigator Program, Hamilton Police Service (Ontario, Canada), 2013, Goldstein Award Finalist

Blight & Nuisance Crime Project in Duluth, Duluth Police Department (Minnesota, USA), 2012

Using Analysts Skills for Crime Reduction, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, E Division (Kamloops City, British Columbia, Canada), 2010

Risky Business, Lancashire Constabulary (UK), 2010

Prepare Offenders to Reintegrate Back Into the Community Through a Community Offender Probation and Education Unit (C.O.P.E.), Fort Myers Police Department (Florida, USA), 2010

Savannah Impact Program, Savannah Police Department (Georgia, USA), 2003

Knoxville Public Safety Collaborative, Knoxville Police Department (Tennessee, USA), 2003   

Newton Area Career Criminal Unit, Los Angeles Police Department (California, USA), 1999

Parolee Free Parks, Anaheim Police Department (California, USA), 1998

Chronic Criminal Project, Atlanta Police Department (Georgia, USA), 1998  

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