Below are links to all of the one-page summaries of policing research that have been made available on the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy’s website.

1. A Randomized Controlled Trial of Different Policing Strategies at Hot Spots of Violent Crime in Jacksonville (Bruce G. Taylor, Christopher S. Koper, and Daniel J. Woods)

2. An Experimental Study of Compressed Work Schedules in Policing: Advantages and Disadvantages of Various Shift Lengths (Karen Amendola, David Weisburd, Edwin Hamilton, Greg Jones, and Meghan Slipka)

3. Assessing Police Efforts to Reduce Gun Crime: Results from a National Survey (Christopher Koper)

4. Community Policing or Zero Tolerance? Preferences of Police Officers from 22 Countries in Transition (Cynthia Lum)

5. Do Broken Windows Cause Violence? (Sue-Ming Yang)

6. Does Crime Just Move Around the Corner? A Controlled Study of Spatial Displacement and Diffusion of Crime Control Benefits (David Weisburd, Laura Wyckoff, Justin Ready, John E. Eck, Joshua C. Hinkle, Frank Gajewski)

7. Effect of Business Improvement Districts on Violent Crime in Los Angeles (John MacDonald and Ricky Bluthenthal)

8. Effects of Focused Deterrence Strategies on Crime (Anthony Braga and David Weisburd)

9. Effects of Second Responder Programs on Repeat Incidents of Family Abuse (Robert C. Davis, David Weisburd, and Bruce Taylor; abstract from the Campbell Collaboration)

10. Examining Research-Practice Partnerships in Policing Evaluations (Julie Grieco, Heather Vovak, and Cynthia Lum)

11. General Deterrent Effects of Police Patrol in Crime “Hot Spots”: A Randomized, Controlled Trial (Lawrence W. Sherman and David Weisburd)

12. Hot Spots of Juvenile Crime: A Longitudinal Study of Arrest Incidents at Street Segments in Seattle, Washington (David Weisburd, Nancy A. Morris, and Elizabeth R. Groff)

13. Hot Spots of Juvenile Crime: Findings From Seattle (David Weisburd, Elizabeth Groff, and Nancy Morris)

14. Impact of Project Safe Neighborhoods on Violent Crime (Edmund F. McGarrell)

15. Intelligence-Led Policing to Reduce Gang Corners and Crime in Camden (Jerry Ratcliffe)

16. Just Enough Police Presence: Reducing Crime and Disorderly Behavior by Optimizing Patrol Time in Crime Hot Spots (Christopher Koper)

17. License Plate Recognition Technology Project (Cynthia Lum, Linda Merola, Julie Willis Hibdon, Breanne Cave)

18. Police Efforts to Address Street-Level Drug Markets (Cynthia Lum)

19. Police Interventions to Reduce Violent Crime: A Review of Rigorous Research (Cody W. Telep)

20. Police Officers on Drug Corners in Philadelphia, Drug Crime, and Violent Crime: Intended, Diffusion, and Displacement Impacts (Brian Lawton, Ralph Taylor, and Anthony Luongo)

21. Police Strategies to Reduce Illegal Possession and Carrying of Firearms: Effects on Gun Crime (Christopher S. Koper and Evan Mayo-Wilson)

22. Policing Crime and Disorder Hot Spots: A Randomized Controlled Trial (Anthony Braga and Brenda Bond)

23. Problem-Oriented Policing in Violent Crime Places: A Randomized Controlled Experiment (Anthony Braga, David Weisburd, Elin Waring, Lorraine Mazerolle, William Spelman, and Frank Gajewski)

24. Project Safe Neighborhoods: A National Strategy to Locally Address Gun Violence (Timothy S. Bynum)

25. Receptivity to Research in Policing (Cynthia Lum, Cody W. Telep, Christopher Koper, and Julie Grieco)

26. The Effects of Problem-Oriented Policing on Crime and Disorder: A Systematic Review (David Weisburd, Cody W. Telep, Joshua C. Hinkle, and John E. Eck)

27. The Impact of Higher Education on Police Officer Attitudes Towards Abuse of Authority (Cody Telep)

28. The Influence of Places on Police Decision Pathways: From Call for Service to Arrest (Cynthia Lum)

29. The Philadelphia Foot Patrol Experiment (Jerry Ratcliffe, Elizabeth Groff, Jennifer Wood, Travis Taniguchi, Lallen Johnson, Caitlin McGuire-Taylor, Evan Sorg, and Cory Haberman)

30. The Receptivity of Officers to Empirical Research and Evidence-Based Policing: An Examination of Survey Data from Three Agencies (Cody W. Telep & Cynthia Lum)

31. Trajectories of Crime at Places: A Longitudinal Study of Street Segments in the City of Seattle (David Weisburd, Shawn Bushway, Cynthia Lum, and Sue-Ming Yang)

In an effort to provide helpful suggestions in areas that have not yet been fully studied or evaluated, we have included ideas for responses and activities that may not yet be considered evidence-based or evidence-informed. Therefore, not all actions and strategies included within this App are evidence-based or evidence-informed.