Police Planning and Problem-Solving Through Incident-Based Reporting Data





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Published on Aug 15, 2013

Police have historically lacked the means to effectively use data for planning and problem-solving. Incident-based reporting data have great potential value for police departments that can collect, analyze, and disseminate these data in a practical and useful manner. Using resources through the ASA Committee on Law and Justice Statistics small grants program, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation analyzed incident-based reporting data to identify characteristics and trends in domestic violence cases. Researchers incorporated findings into a statistical resource guide that will be used by police officers and administrators as a tool for handling future domestic violence incidents.

Presenter: Angie Baker, Director of the Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center, Office of Criminal Justice Statistics, Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation

Moderator: Stan Orchowsky, Research Director, Justice Research and Statistics Association

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