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September 2017 | Volume 10 | Issue 9

Join police officers, supervisors and executives, as well as crime analysts and researchers, to discuss what they have learned about reducing specific crime and safety problems using a problem-oriented policing approach.

The 27th Annual Problem-Oriented Policing Conference will feature presentations by agencies using problem-oriented policing to tackle more than 20 different crime and safety problems, including the following:

  • Introduction to Problem-Oriented Policing
  • Introduction to Situational Crime Prevention
  • Implementing POP in the Durham Constabulary (UK)
  • Community Livability: Reducing Neighborhood Conflicts in a College Town
  • Reducing Assaults on Police and Social Service Staff
  • Crime and Disorder in Budget Motels
  • POP and Evidence Based Policing
  • Domestic Violence
  • CPTED Old and New: Cutting Crime with Urban Design
  • Opioid Abuse and Overdoses
  • Reducing Traffic Crashes in a Procedurally-Just Manner
  • Understanding and Disrupting Networks of Crime Places
  • Technological Responses to Police Problems: Which Ones Work?
  • Policing Homelessness
  • Using Civil Citations In Lieu of Arrest
  • PTO and PBL Programs

To learn more about the conference, please visit


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