Resources

In addition to SPI's training and technical assistance and outreach activities, our team has also collated a library of resources related to SPI's core practices. We continually add to this library, which includes over 550 individual resources. These resources are tagged by both major and sub-categories, as seen in the menu. You can browse all resources in a particular category by selecting an item from the menu.  Recently added resources can be found on the SPI website home page and a random selection of resources is listed in the table below as an example of the resources available in our library.

You can also conduct keyword searches of the library using the search box on this page.

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Example Resources from Our Library

Resource TitleTopic Categories
Evaluation of a Comprehensive Approach to Reducing Gun Violence in DetroitViolent Crime, Gun-related Crime
IMPACTT of a Patrol Officer: Evaluating Productivity MetricsAgency and Program Management
Effects of Data Quality on Predictive Hotspot MappingCrime Analysis, Intelligence-led Policing, Place-based Policing, Policing Strategies, Technology and Analytics
Effects of Directed Patrol and Self-Initiated Enforcement on Firearm Violence: A Randomized Controlled Study of Hot Spot PolicingGun-related Crime, Agency and Program Management
Supervision Intensity and Parole Outcomes: A Competing Risks Approach to Criminal and Technical Parole ViolationsOffender-based Policing, Policing Strategies
Law Enforcement RecruitmentPersonnel, Organizational Change, Sustainability, Agency and Program Management
10 Things Law Enforcement Executives Can Do To Positively Impact Homicide Investigation OutcomesViolent Crime
Putting a Value on Crime AnalystsCost-benefit Analysis/Cost Effectiveness, Agency and Program Management
Guidelines for Successful Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships in the Criminal Justice SystemAgency and Program Management, Technology and Analytics
Thoughtful Implementation is Essential for Evidence-based Practices to SucceedOrganizational Change, Agency and Program Management, Policing Strategies