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.
Denison Road Premises Closure, Metropolitan Police Service London (Merton, UK), 2012
Safe as Houses Domestic Burglary Project, London Borough of Enfield (London, UK), 2011, Goldstein Award Finalist
Reclaiming the Street of Shame: A Problem Oriented Solution to Vancouver's' Entertainment District, Vancouver Police Department (British Columbia, Canada), 2009
Burglary Reduction Programme, Merseyside Police Department (UK), 2006
Operation Thursden Valley, Lancashire Constabulary (UK), 2006
Belmont Neighborhood Violence Reduction Project, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (North Carolina, USA), 2005, Goldstein Award Finalist
Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide: Neighborhood Burglary Reduction, Staffordshire Police Department (UK), 2005, Goldstein Award Finalist
Marden Quarry Project, Northumbria Police (UK), 2004
Operation Victoria, Cleveland Police (Middlesbrough, UK), 2004
Allapatah Produce Market Power Play (Resubmission), Miami Police Department (Florida, USA), 2002, Goldstein Award Finalist
Let's Dance: A Community's Collaborative Response to an All Ages Nightclub, Halton Regional Police Service (Ontario, Canada), 2002, Goldstein Award Finalist
South Grand and Rotary Park Project, Mesa Police Department (Arizona, USA), 1999
Merritt Park Neighborhood, Delray Beach Police Department (Florida, USA), 1997
Mission Lake Plaza, Lauderhill Police Department (Florida, USA), 1996, Goldstein Award Finalist
The River Street Bollards, Savannah Police Department (Georgia, USA), 1995, Goldstein Award Finalist
Coon Creek Canoe Race, La Crosse Police Department (Wisconsin, USA), 1994, Goldstein Award Finalist
Harbor Plaza Project, Santa Ana Police Department (California, USA), 1993, Goldstein Award Winner
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