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Note: This conference is not sponsored by the Center for Problem-Oriented Policing but we are glad to promote it as it addresses many policing problems that overlap with public-health concerns. Click here for a conference flyer.
by Michael S. Scott and Ronald V. Clarke (eds.) (Routledge, 2020)
This book explores a wide range of problems that fall under five general categories: gang violence; violence against women; vulnerable people; disorderly places; and theft, robbery, and burglary. The case studies tell stories of how police, in collaboration with others, successfully tackled real-world policing problems fairly and effectively.
This guide explains how the ideas and principles of problem-oriented policing can be adapted to wildlife protection problems and explains how your organization could start a problem-oriented project of its own.
In the tradition of problem-specific guides already available from the Center for Problem-Oriented Policing, this guide will help law enforcement agencies structure their thinking and analysis about poaching on federal lands in the United States. The guide synthesizes the academic literature available on this topic and provides a framework for problem solving at the local level.
by Joshua C. Hinkle, David Weisburd, Cody W. Telep, and Kevin Petersen