Police Effectiveness

Police effectiveness – explored via projects, publications and blog content.

Projects

Published: 5th June 2017
Police effectiveness has never been more important. Austerity now means that value for money is key and proving ‘what works’ through evidence based policing is being taken much more seriously....
Published: 4th December 2018
Public approval sits at the heart of the Peelian policing model, but the police service is undergoing fundamental change and it is not clear whether the public understand what is...
Published: 21st September 2018
This project examines the relationship between data-driven policing initiatives and the ability of the police to deliver public value. By data driven policing, we mean the current use of a...
Published: 5th June 2017
Andy Higgins and Gavin Hales of the Police Effectiveness in a Changing World project team look at the importance of neighbourhood policing in a changing world, focusing in particular on...

Publications

Published: 1st February 2017

This paper brings together key learning from the Police Foundation’s Police Effectiveness in a Changing World project.

Blog posts and news

Published: 29th October 2018
It’s a tricky business making recommendations in policing research. However robust your methodology, accurate your analysis or insightful your findings, if your suggestions for change aren’t feasible, or overlook the...