2015 POP Conference
Oct 19-21, 2015 Portland, OR

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Goldstein Awards

The Herman Goldstein Award recognizes outstanding police officers and police agencies that engage in innovative and effective problem-solving efforts and achieve measurable success in reducing specific crime, disorder, and public safety problems.

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Tilley Awards

The Tilley Award was set up to encourage and recognize good practice in implementing problem-oriented policing (POP) in the United Kingdom.

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Tilley Awards Video Overview

Tilley Awards 2009 - Judges

Situational Crime Prevention Evaluation Database

This is a scientifically selected collection of studies that assess the effectiveness of situational crime prevention for diverse problems, contexts and techniques. Many of the studies are available in full text.

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Problem Solving Quarterly

Problem Solving Quarterly is a newsletter of the Police Executive Research Forum reporting on innovations in problem-oriented policing.

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