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NPI Annual Report

National Policing Institute Releases 2023 Annual Report

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Rooted in research and guided by evidence, the National Policing Institute (NPI) ramped up countless research opportunities, programs, and technical assistance in 2023. To demonstrate our commitment to innovation, we chose this year to offer our 2023 annual report in…

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March: Women in Policing

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  The big picture: Women make up approximately half of the US population but only about 12% of police officers. The data comes as no surprise because researchers have been talking about women in policing for decades. Travel back to…

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The Role of Law Enforcement Culture in Officer Safety During Driving and Roadway Operations

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Keeping Firearms Out of the Wrong Hands

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NPI Releases Report on Strengthening Lost and Stolen Firearm Reporting Policies

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National Policing Institute Issues Report on Strengthening Lost and Stolen Firearm Reporting Policies The National Policing Institute (NPI) today released a full-length report addressing state laws mandating reporting of lost and stolen firearms. The 40-page report is the first known…

April: Violent Crime Reduction

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  The big picture: National data suggest violent crime is decreasing, but statistics and perceptions don’t always agree. According to data collected by the Council on Criminal Justice (CCJ), 2023 saw a handful of reductions across 38 cities compared to…

Collaborative Reform Initiative Program – Critical Response

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May: Honoring America’s Peace Officers

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  The big picture: Law enforcement officers shouldn’t have to sacrifice their lives for public safety. It was in 1962 that President John F. Kennedy established May 15th as Peace Officers Memorial Day. In his signed proclamation, he also designated…

Celebrating a Culture of Philanthropic Excellence, Leadership, and Loyalty

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Celebrating a Culture of Philanthropic Excellence, Leadership, and Loyalty The National Policing Institute (NPI) inducted the first members of its new Society of Excellence, Leadership Society, and Loyalty Circle, marking an exciting launch into NPI’s philanthropic future. On Thursday, May…

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National Policing Institute Publishes New Essay as Part of the Iconic Ideas in American Policing Series

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The National Policing Institute today published a new essay as part of the nonprofit’s iconic Ideas in American Policing  series. The collection, which began more than two decades ago, features commentary and insight from leading criminologists with the goal of…

Can We Fix the ‘Crisis of Legitimacy’ in American Policing?

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Lorraine Mazerolle

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Lorraine Mazerolle is an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow (2010–2015) and a Professorial Research Fellow at The University of Queensland, School of Social Science. She received the Companion of the Order of Australia (AC) in the General Division on Australia…

NPI Annual Report

National Policing Institute Releases 2023 Annual Report

Posted in

Rooted in research and guided by evidence, the National Policing Institute (NPI) ramped up countless research opportunities, programs, and technical assistance in 2023. To demonstrate our commitment to innovation, we chose this year to offer our 2023 annual report in…

Woman police officer with kids

March: Women in Policing

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  The big picture: Women make up approximately half of the US population but only about 12% of police officers. The data comes as no surprise because researchers have been talking about women in policing for decades. Travel back to…

NLERSP Issue Brief cover art

The Role of Law Enforcement Culture in Officer Safety During Driving and Roadway Operations

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Keeping Firearms Out of the Wrong Hands

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NPI Releases Report on Strengthening Lost and Stolen Firearm Reporting Policies

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National Policing Institute Issues Report on Strengthening Lost and Stolen Firearm Reporting Policies The National Policing Institute (NPI) today released a full-length report addressing state laws mandating reporting of lost and stolen firearms. The 40-page report is the first known…

April: Violent Crime Reduction

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  The big picture: National data suggest violent crime is decreasing, but statistics and perceptions don’t always agree. According to data collected by the Council on Criminal Justice (CCJ), 2023 saw a handful of reductions across 38 cities compared to…

Collaborative Reform Initiative Program – Critical Response

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May: Honoring America’s Peace Officers

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  The big picture: Law enforcement officers shouldn’t have to sacrifice their lives for public safety. It was in 1962 that President John F. Kennedy established May 15th as Peace Officers Memorial Day. In his signed proclamation, he also designated…

Celebrating a Culture of Philanthropic Excellence, Leadership, and Loyalty

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Celebrating a Culture of Philanthropic Excellence, Leadership, and Loyalty The National Policing Institute (NPI) inducted the first members of its new Society of Excellence, Leadership Society, and Loyalty Circle, marking an exciting launch into NPI’s philanthropic future. On Thursday, May…

Headshot of Dennis P. Rosenbaum

National Policing Institute Publishes New Essay as Part of the Iconic Ideas in American Policing Series

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The National Policing Institute today published a new essay as part of the nonprofit’s iconic Ideas in American Policing  series. The collection, which began more than two decades ago, features commentary and insight from leading criminologists with the goal of…

Can We Fix the ‘Crisis of Legitimacy’ in American Policing?

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Lorraine Mazerolle

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Lorraine Mazerolle is an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow (2010–2015) and a Professorial Research Fellow at The University of Queensland, School of Social Science. She received the Companion of the Order of Australia (AC) in the General Division on Australia…