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Tag Archives: New Zealand
There is a lot of attention currently on evidence-based policing (EBP) as a means to further professionalize police practice and administration. EBP societies have been formed in the UK, Canada, Australia/New Zealand, and the US. This blog post considers whether … Continue reading
This article reports an expanding police-university partnership in New Zealand. Researchers from various technical fields will collaborate with police to study emerging crime problems through Waikato University’s Institute of Crime Science, a unit of its Centre for Evidence Based Policing.
Transparency International has released its annual report on corruption perceptions in 176 countries around the world, available here. The index incorporates multiple data sources about public sector corruption, including but not limited to police. Somalia remains in last place with … Continue reading
The logic behind evidence-based practices, meaning practices based on the best available knowledge about effectiveness and what works, has become well accepted throughout government circles, including policing. The basic rationale is explained here, and evidence-based policing societies have been established … Continue reading
The New Zealand police hold an annual competition to recognize outstanding problem-oriented policing (POP). This announcement identifies the 6 finalists for the 2016 POP Award, which will be decided May 5th.
Not too many police stories lead with a 28-letter word. It seems that the New Zealand police are proposing “disestablishment” of their station in Karamea, which is 67 km from the next closest station by windy mountain road. This commentator, … Continue reading
Transparency International has published its 2015 corruption perceptions index, available here. (The index incorporates both public sector and private sector corruption.) Somalia is ranked most corrupt out of 167 countries, Denmark least corrupt. The other countries ranked least corrupt in … Continue reading