The Law Enforcement Knowledge Lab: A Critical Resource for Your Agency

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Thu, Dec 14th, 2023 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM ET
Thu, Dec 14th, 2023 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM CT
Thu, Dec 14th, 2023 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM MT
Thu, Dec 14th, 2023 10:00 AM - 11:15 AM PT
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With over 18,000 police agencies throughout the United States, it is difficult to learn about effective programs, policies, and procedures that may help a jurisdiction address crime in a manner that reflects the ideals and requirements of the Constitution, adapt to changes in the law or improve the capabilities of an organization. In this webinar, speakers Dr. Laura Wyckoff and Zoe Russek-Sobol will provide an overview of the Law Enforcement Knowledge Lab, an effort to collect and make available the many evidence-based and innovative law enforcement practices available to agencies. Dr. Wyckoff and Ms. Russek-Sobol will highlight how the Lab can support your agency through no-cost training and technical assistance.



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About the National Policing Institute: Formerly known as the National Police Foundation, the National Policing Institute’s mission is to pursue excellence in policing through innovation and science. It is the oldest nationally-known, non-profit, non-partisan, and non-membership-driven organization dedicated to improving America’s most noble profession – policing.

The National Policing Institute has been on the cutting edge of police innovation for over 50 years since it was established by the Ford Foundation as a result of the President’s Commission on the Challenge of Crime in a Free Society (1967) and the related conclusions of the Kerner and Eisenhower Commissions, taking place during the same era.



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