However, this was okay but still a little too much. And I think peer exchange of information at workshops I think is probably the — one of the most effective ways of affecting change. Implementing evidence-based policing requires reframing how policymakers, practitioners, researchers and citizens-at-large think about public safety outcomes and the process of crafting and evaluating strategies intended to make our communities safer. When I first told my team that I was taking on names of all documents that were produced, they nearly had a heart attack because they were in an academic institution. It just doesn't work with the traditional funding world, but I think we're going to be very helpful down that, and we're still very new, right? And I look forward to questions later on.
There are a lot of people in prison beds and they didn't want to have to build more prisons in the state. And Ryan already mentioned their commitment in Oregon to that, and it's — listening to Ryan's presentation really brought me back to thinking about how similar our approaches are, even though this is the first time I've ever met him. Now, before they leave the hospital, they're up and moving. The University of Minnesota 2001 has on. I'll give you a couple of examples. And what we've come to realize is some of those have some real opportunity to transfer over to our accreditation standards.
We're now in the internal process of developing our own methods to capture the data — the strategy implementation data from the sites to continue that evaluation and to look at that. You know, the Do principle comes from a book that I won't describe the title right now, but it's pretty tongue-in-cheek about how to get through life a little easier and it speaks to the fact that action isn't just the result of motivation, it can also cause it. We need to create Pracademia, which is basically a practitioner who gets just a little bit of help to do the research that they need at the pilot level, to figure out if something is working or not. This evidence helps them create or refine their approaches and provides structure for evaluating their efforts. One of the first trials we did was on text messaging reminders for probation appointments. Well, with that, we are going to conclude this event and I thank our panelists and everybody for attending.
And from the beginning, when I was thinking of this, I thought I wondered — based on my colleagues, too, I want — I just want their work to be pointed in the more productive direction. Download file to see previous pages 128. We're now working on policing in six countries. I have a checklist on checklist. One recent example is using crime analysis and data to identify those micro-places where crime is greatest. We had stopped that agency from doing several terribly bad things. So, this program continued on that premise, that collaboration is a key element to fighting gun violence.
And I'm very interested, in particular, of learning about what's happening across the country because there is a lot of very good work that's happening around the country. Her trial has now been replicated in at least a dozen jurisdictions. This suggests that the way in which you approach an encounter may be as important as the outcome of that encounter. Police Department for 33 years, the last 13 as the chief of police. And in fact, they're starting to really be sought out now by academic partners, institutions, realizing not only can you get publications out pretty quickly in this model, but also there's something there which we can create the pilot data for when they are sending an application to you.
And we focus on what you care about. It quickly triages through — it quickly triages through their general counsel, and we lose about half of them to general counsel. And we now have a growing network of what we call social sector innovators, working across the country right now to try something new. Something that works over here doesn't necessarily work over here, and might actually stink over here, but it's still really great over here. Melekian believes that reduced public safety budgets will fundamentally change American policing over the next five to 10 years. We're doing something similar with opioids now, but the idea really is that sometimes it is great literature to lean on and sometimes it isn't.
I feel really blessed to be able to learn from all of you, and the work that you participated in. Well, I could tell you in my jurisdiction, I was confronted with a situation where I learned that our police department had been involved in a lynching in the 1940s. And we've also done even more direct technical assistance with jurisdictions like Albany, Newburgh, Niagara Falls, and Kingston that worked directly with the John Jay folks of the National Network for Safe Communities and the Group Violence Intervention, for example. The focus was on corrections but from the policing side by introducing that we could be a part of that conversation, too, and evidence-based practice had an application in the policing field, right, we gained attention, gained buy-in, and we're able to move forward. Our commitment to looking at what's working, what's been proven to work, and tailoring that to our specific problems in the state of New York, in our local jurisdictions regarding gun violence and aggravated assaults. With evidence base policing it is harder to beat the crime you commit, because there is actual evidence that you were there and committed the crime. Another example of using evidence-based research by police in enforcement of street narcotics.
We've also adopted the procedural justice one and two training that Chicago had in a train-the-trainer format. British Police should be Armed Table of contents Executive Summary This report addresses the controversial issue of whether to arm or not to arm the police. Such an approach would be akin to using pinpoint surgery on a specific area of disease without lopping off the whole limb… both may achieve the desired results but one would certainly be a better approach than the other! It helps develop close partnerships with the top higher learning institution with the police in undertaking the research. We require our jurisdictions to implement more than one of the bottom four approaches that have been proven effective to reducing gun violence. Adjustments to Amputation among Adolescent Oncology Patients. The policing stipulates that more is needed, besides just doing research, and a lot is required to put the gained research evidence into practice.
But when you bring somebody in, they can speak peer-to-peer with decision-makers and talk about what they know, what they've experienced, results that they've had, and why it would be important in your jurisdiction, it can go a long way. So we fund directly — we directly fund 20 police departments around the state of New York in 17 counties, along with their partner district attorneys' offices, the local sheriff's office, and the local community supervision office. I'll clear — get out — clear out of the way. I think as a practitioner I was invited, and that's why I don't have a PowerPoint, is to react to what I've heard. In the public sector, first time around, we failed, we're dead, we're all embarrassed, we never speak about it again. Shamefully, we have no research on that. And the reason is that it was in this room in 2014 that I stood at exactly this podium, at the end of the presentation, where I was kind of frustrated with some traditional research I was involved in, and I said to this group — well, not this group, but the group sitting in the room — I have this idea, I think we can do better.
Additional studies have shown however, that if you put an officer into that hot spot for 15 minutes, you will get a decrease in crime that lasts for about 2 hours! We dropped from third to fourth. That has to do with their workload and their priorities, so if you can simplify the information for them and cut right to what they need to know, they're far more receptive to it. The concept of evidence based policing was developed by Professor Lawrence Sherman in 1998 Sherman, L. So, those are the facts that I know, but is there research to support?. The Health Status of Adult Survivors of Cancer in Childhood.