2018 Conference Presentations

Targeting Alcohol Use and Abuse to Reduce Crime in a University Town 

Corvallis, Oregon, USA

  • Police Officer James Dodge
  • Police Officer Trevor Anderson
  • Police Officer Luke Thomas
Mental Health Awareness Flag

Janesville, Wisconsin, USA

  • Lieutenant Mike Blaser
  • Police Officer Craig Klementz
Introduction to POP
  • Michael Scott, Clinical Professor and Director, Center for Problem-Oriented Policing, Arizona State University (USA)
Estimating and Responding to Near-repeat Burglaries in Philadelphia
  • Professor Liz Groff, Temple University (Pennsylvania, USA)
Discussion Session: Police Response to Suspicious Person Calls with a Possible Ethnic/Racial Bias
  • Gary Cordner, National Institute of Justice  (USA)
  • Derrick Jackson, Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office (Michigan, USA) 
Goldstein Finalist: Oho Ake: A Prevention Response to Indigenous Youth Offending

New Zealand Police 

  • Inspector Kevin Taylor
  • Sergeant Tom Brooks
  • Joshua Kalan, Iwi Liaison Officer
  • Pania Hetet, General Manager, Tūhoe Hauora
Introduction to Situational Crime Prevention
  • Associate Professor Rob Guerette, Florida International University (USA)
Measuring Organizational Systems for Problem Solving
  • Professor Rachel Boba Santos, Radford University (Virginia, USA)
  • Assistant Professor Roberto Santos, Radford University (Virginia, USA)
Retaliatory Violence in Rochester and Niagara Falls, New York
  • Professor John Klofas, Rochester Institute of Technology (New York, USA)
Goldstein Winner: Reducing Domestic Violence in Chula Vista, California
Chula Vista Police Department (California, USA) 
  • Chief of Police Roxana Kennedy
  • Agent Xanthe Rosario
  • Sergeant Donte Kendricks
  • Karin Schmerler, Program Coordinator, San Diego County District Attorney’s Office
Introduction to Problem-Analysis
  • Julie Wartell, Crime Analysis Consultant (California, USA)
Police Response to Opioid Abuse in Massachusetts

Plymouth County Outreach

Brockton Champion Plan

  • Professor Brandon Kooi, Aurora University (Illinois, USA)
  • Professor Sean Varano, Roger Williams University (Rhode Island, USA)
  • Executive Director Pamela Kelley, Kelley Research Associates
  • Executive Director Allie McDade, Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative
Goldstein Finalist: The Croft Unit: Who’s Behaving Badly?
Durham Constabulary (UK) 
  • Inspector Kelly Martin
  • Sergeant Emma Kay
  • Aileen Gilbert, Inspector, Care Quality Commission
Preventing Harm to the Vulnerable Elderly in Avon and Somerset, United Kingdom
  • Sergeant Ashley Jones
  • Sergeant Stuart King
Leveraging Community Partnerships as a Crime Reduction Strategy in Providence, Rhode Island
  • Captain Dean Isabella, Providence Police Department
Goldstein Finalist: Reducing Suicide: A Problem Solving Partnership Approach between British Transport Police and the Rail Industry 
British Transport Police (United Kingdom) 
  • Inspector Philippa Smith, British Transport Police
  • Mark Stokes, Crime Reduction Supervisor, British Transport Police
The Power of CPTED: Cutting Crime with Urban Design
  • Greg Saville, Urban Planner, AlterNation LLC (Colorado, USA)
Opioid Abuse and Overdoses in Reno, Nevada
  • Professor Emmanuel Barthe, University of Nevada-Reno (USA)
  • Stacy Ward, Drug Abuse Prevention Coordinator, Reno Police Department (Nevada, USA)
  • Deena DeVore, Graduate Student, University of Nevada-Reno (USA)
Implementing Problem-Oriented Policing Workshop
  • Professor Stuart Kirby, University of Central Lancashire (UK)
  • Michael Scott, Clinical Professor and Director, Center for Problem-Oriented Policing, Arizona State University (USA)
Understanding Crime Place Networks
  • Associate Professor Tamara Madensen, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (USA)
  • Chief of Police Maris Herold, University of Cincinnati (Ohio, USA)
Improving Policing in Ukraine
  • Chief Oleh Veloshyn, Holosiiv District, Ukraine
  • Robert Peacock, Senior Law Enforcement Advisor, U.S. DOJ/ICITAP
  • Ron Glensor, Senior Police Advisor, U.S. DOJ/ICITAP
New Training for Problem-solvers: PTO and PBL Programs
  • Greg Saville, Urban Planner, AlterNation LLC (Colorado, USA)

Policing Crime Hot Spots in Lowell Massachusetts: The Case of Place Approach Room

  • Professor Brenda Bond, Suffolk University (Massachusetts, USA)

Prior Conference Presentations

2018 Conference Presentations
   (Providence, Rhode Island)
2017 Conference Presentations
   (Houston, Texas)
2016 POP Conference presentations
   (Tempe, Arizona Oct. 2016)
2015 POP Conference presentations
   (Portland, Oregon Oct. 2015)
2013 POP Conference Presentations
   (Dayton, Ohio Oct. 2013)
2012 POP Conference Presentations
   (Providence, Rhode Island Oct. 2012)
2011 POP Conference Presentations
   (Miami, Florida Oct., 2011)
2010 POP Conference Presentations
   (Arlington, Texas Sept., 2010)
2009 POP Conference Presentations
   (Anaheim, California Nov., 2009)
2008 POP Conference Presentations
   (Bellevue, Washington Sept., 2008)
2007 POP Conference Presentations
   (Madison, Wisconsin Sept., 2007)
2006 POP Conference Presentations
   (Madison, Wisconsin 2006)
2005 POP Conference Presentations
   (Charlotte, North Carolina 2005)
2004 POP Conference Presentations
   (Charlotte, North Carolina 2004)