The Campbell Collaboration And Evidence Based Policing - Report From The Ninth Colloquium 2009

  • Levin Wheller

Abstract

Police forces, government departments and public agencies need ways to identify the best available research evidence before making decisions about how to deploy finite resources. One approach to collating findings from disparate research papers is to undertake systematic reviews of available research evidence. The purpose of a systematic review is to sum up the best available research on a specific research or policy question by synthesizing the results of relevant studies meeting a specified standard (or level) of design and assessing the effects of different interventions. Reviews currently on the Campbell website may be a useful resource for your organisation in addressing common policing issues faced by forces all around the world. The Campbell Library (http://www.campbellcollaboration.org/library.php) enables free access to reviews on a number of important subjects.

Published
2010-06-01
How to Cite
Wheller, L. (2010). The Campbell Collaboration And Evidence Based Policing - Report From The Ninth Colloquium 2009. European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin, (3), 18-20. Retrieved from https://bulletin.cepol.europa.eu/index.php/bulletin/article/view/28