Center for Problem-Oriented Policing

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.

The Croft Unit: Who's Behaving Badly? [Goldstein Award Finalist], Durham Constabulary (UK), 2018

Downtown Engagement Project: A Law Enforcement-Community Solution to Serving the Mentally Ill, Dayton Police Department, 2015

Trafford Mental Health Practitioner Project, Greater Manchester Police (Trafford Division), 2015

Miller Park Center Project Merging POP with the Schools and the Mental Health Community, Lees Summit Police Department (MO, US), 2011

Ms. H.: Persistent Caller to Police and Ambulance Service, Cleveland Police Department (Middlesbrough, UK), 2011

Chronic Consumer Stabilization Initiative [Goldstein Award Finalist], Houston Police Department (TX, US), 2010

Mr. T.: Problem Tenant, Cleveland Police Department (Middlesbrough, UK), 2007

Psychiatric Emergency Response and Homeless Outreach Teams, San Diego Police Department (CA, US), 2005

Mole Hills from Mountains [Goldstein Award Finalist], Lancashire Constabulary (Lancashire, UK), 2004

Crisis Intervention Team, Louisville Division of Police (KY, US), 2002

The Cat Woman: Problem at 1135 Norland Road, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (NC, US), 2001

The Question of Independent Living [Goldstein Award Finalist], San Diego Police Department (CA, US), 2000

Mental Evaluation Team (MET), Long Beach Police Department (CA, US), 1999

Not in My Neighborhood, Torrance Police Department (CA, US), 1999

Resolve EDP (Emotionally Disturbed Persons), Ithaca Police Department (NY, US), 1998

Sandy S. and Bay Park, San Diego Police Department (CA, US), 1998

The Miss Bessie Project, Georgetown Police Services Division (TX, US), 1998


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