An independent institution devoted to the study of crime and criminal justice. A Register of selected crime prevention projects contains a searchable database of over 100 crime prevention efforts undertaken in Australia. Crime prevention series booklets aimed at providing theoretical and practical information on preventing specific crimes are also available.
The Center disseminates the lessons learned from innovative programs, helping criminal justice practitioners around the world launch their own problem-solving experiments.
The College of Policing sets standards, provides training, and shares good practice related to policing.
COPS Office (Office of Community Oriented Policing Services) (United States)
A Federal office dedicated to advancing community policing. Information on grants, technical assistance, and numerous publications on problem-solving policing are available.
This website presents, in one place, the complete set of Crime Frameworks, including 5Is and the Conjunction of Criminal Opportunity, that Professor Paul Ekblom has developed (and continues to develop) during his career in research, evaluation, action projects and design.
Provides papers and presentations on the "5 Is" : Intelligence, Intervention, Implementation, Involvement and Impact, offered by Paul Ekblom as a "second generation SARA" model for researching the conjunction of crime and opportunity.
An organization dedicated to information, ideas and experience to prevent and reduce crime in public and private sectors. Crime Reduction Toolkits contain information, advice, and strategies designed to guide police agencies in dealing with specific problems. Existing crime prevention efforts are available in a searchable knowledgebase. Several publications containing information about problem solving policing are also available.
A nonprofit organization of police executives dedicated to advancing the science of policing through the exchange of information. Numerous publications, technical assistance, and model police policies are available.
This is the main meeting point for crime analysts throughout the world, providing information on training courses, certification, conferences, crime analysis tools and many other resources.
An international non-governmental organization created with the mission of assisting cities and countries to reduce crime and disorder. Technical assistance and crime prevention publications are available.
An international organization dedicated to crime prevention by environmental design. Publications are available at CPTED Resources. CPTED will be publishing an online journal of completed case studies beginning in 2003.
The Institute plays a pivotal role in bringing together politicians, scientists, designers and those in the front line of fighting crime to examine patterns in crime, and to find practical methods to disrupt these patterns.
LISC helps resident-led, community-based development organizations transform distressed communities and neighborhoods into healthy ones good places to live, do business, work and raise families. By providing capital, technical expertise, training and information, LISC supports the development of local leadership and the creation of affordable housing, commercial, industrial and community facilities, businesses and jobs and helps neighbors build communities. Solving crime and disorder problems is an important focus of LISC's work.
A federally funded information system containing information on criminal justice issues in a searchable database. Publications on problem-oriented policing are available.
The U.S. Department of Justice's research agency. Site contains publications on crime prevention and other criminal justice issues.
A national organization of police executives dedicated to improving policing through research and public policy. A range of POP related publications are available..
An independent organization dedicated to improving policing through research and the exchange of ideas. Publications and research briefs are available in a searchable database.
The Police Foundation provides independent research and analysis to inform policing policy and practice in the United Kingdom.
The Police Society for Problem-Based Learning is a non-profit association that promotes enhanced police education and training through the principles and strategies of problem-based learning and the Police Training Officer program.