Canadian police research

This blog post from the director of CAN-SEBP (Canadian Society of Evidence-Based Policing) provides a useful accounting of published research on Canadian policing over the last 12 years and laments the paucity of government funding aimed at finding ways to improve police efficiency and effectiveness. Her conclusion is that “we produce very little high quality, homegrown research and many of the important topics facing police lack anything remotely approaching a Canadian evidence base.”

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