Natalie Hipple

Subject Matter Expert

Indiana University

Areas of Expertise:
Violence reduction, incident reviews, researcher-police partnerships, research and evaluation, intelligence-led policing

Dr. Natalie Hipple is an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Indiana University. She is a policing researcher with a special interest in police problem-solving. She studies the collaborative methods used by police departments to identify and reduce crime and disorder. For the last 20 years, she has worked extensively with a variety of law enforcement agencies in Indiana and across the United States. Her additional research interests include gun violence, incident reviews, restorative justice, and evaluation of criminal justice programs with a focus on publishing her work for practitioners.