Calif. police ramping up evidence-based policing
Research will help the department focus its efforts to benefit the community
By Jesse B. Gill
Redlands Daily Facts
REDLANDS, Calif. — The Police Department is ramping up its efforts to use a scientific approach in suppressing crime.
On Dec. 6, police corporals, sergeants and lieutenants filed into the Carriage House at Prospect Park for training in evidence-based police techniques. Dr. Cynthia Lum traveled from George Mason University near Washington D.C. to train the Redlands police personnel.
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