Tag: SMART Policing

Police Innovation: Enhancing Research and Analysis Capacity through Smart Policing

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Student Contributions
April 2013
Chelsie Martin-Roethele

Much research has been done on innovations in policing over the past few decades. However, little research has been done on the Smart Policing Initiative, the latest innovation in economically and financially effective crime prevention and reduction strategies. One of the key aspects of the Smart Policing Initiative is the collaboration of police agencies and research partners to more effectively address specific crime issues. The current study uses mean score comparisons and qualitative responses to evaluate this partnership to determine the extent of its value and effect.

Professors' Research Aids in Critical Message to Teens

Wed, 03/30/2011

Through a collaboration with the Glendale Police Department (GPD), ASU professors have identified a growing problem of beer theft from local convenience stores.

Read more at ASU Challenges: http://www.asuchallenges.com/blog/professors039-research-aids-critical-message-teens

CCJ Faculty Helps Research for "Beer Run" PSA

Fri, 04/01/2011

Dr. Michael White, Associate Professor, School of Criminology & Associate Director, Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety at Arizona State University, Dr. Charles Katz, Director of the Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety and David E. Choate, Program Operations Manager for the Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety at Arizona State University collaborated with the City of Glendale to identify problems involving crime, develop and implement responses to the problems, and assess the impact of the implemented responses.

Professors, Police Work to Stop Beer Theft

Wed, 04/06/2011

ASU professors in the School of Criminology have teamed up with the Glendale Police Department to combat the growing problem of beer theft at local convenience stores. Anywhere between five and 10 beer runs occur weekly in Glendale, said Lt. Frank Balkcom of the Glendale Police.

Glendale Police Try to Squelch Crime at Circle K Stores

Wed, 05/11/2011

Glendale police have found it takes more than resources and hard work to crack down on crime. Cooperation from stakeholders is essential.

Mesa Cracks Down on Lax Security at Convenience Stores

Tue, 07/05/2011

Mesa is about to test whether it can slash crime at its convenience stores by requiring an array of security measures that the industry has spent two years fighting. The city's rules would be the toughest in the Valley and apply to about 150 corporate and mom-and-pop stores.

ASU Study: Circle Ks Draw More Police Calls

Sun, 07/10/2011

Circle K stores are drawing scrutiny among Valley cities for inordinately high numbers of police calls.

ASU Study: Circle Ks Draw More Police Calls

Sun, 07/10/2011

Circle K stores are drawing scrutiny among Valley cities for inordinately high numbers of police calls.

Report: Valley Circle K's Are Hotspots for Crime

Mon, 07/11/2011

The Mesa City Council will vote on Thursday whether to toughen city ordinance on convenience stores in order to cut down on crime. Mayor Scott Smith said the city has considered making extra security measures mandatory for months.

Circle K Top Among Police Calls to Convenience Stores

Mon, 07/11/2011

Circle K commercials may ask "What else do you need," but the convenience stores have police in several Arizona cities asking, "What do you want now?" 

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