An adaptable 14 module undergraduate course, including detailed PowerPoints, links to required texts. Its a complete course, ready to go!
Historic Interview with POP's founder, Herman Goldstein. Interviewed by renowned historian Samuel Walker. In 9 parts.
Crime analysis for problem solving can't be done without understanding location, and that's what GIS is all about. This easy to follow manual teaches you all the skills needed to bring you up to speed with this essential tool.
Residential Speeding Presentation (Powerpoint/Video)
Learn about POP from the top rated School of Criminal Justice, University at Albany online course offerings. These courses have been designed by the Center for Problem Oriented Policing in collaboration with the University at Albany. They are available at the undergraduate level and from time to time at the graduate level. Availability depends on semester and session.
The following courses are offered as 3 credit courses at University at Albany and vary in length from 8 week or 16 week, depending on semester or session. They are primarily undergraduate courses but from time to time may be offered at the graduate level. They may be taken as degree or non-degree courses. In order to take these courses you must register with the University at Albany, School of Criminal Justice. Click here to apply.
POP at UAlbany course listing and descriptions:
Take our MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) to try a sample of these courses. Register here and use the password “popmooc” (case sensitive) when asked to log in.
Problem-oriented policing is an approach to policing in which discrete pieces of police business are subject to microscopic examination in hopes that what is freshly learned about each problem will lead to discovering a new and more effective strategy for dealing with it.
You advise the Mayor on how to solve a problem of street prostitution. People are upset. Save the mayor from a recall. A 60-90 minute exercise.
Enter a problem and this interactive module will help you solve it step-by-step. Answer a series of questions and the program returns a variety of responses you could try. Best done in a group setting.
In 60 simple steps learn how to generate, collect, use, and analyze data to solve everyday crime and disorder problems.
See how the 25 techniques of situational crime prevention work. Learn how to increase the effort for offenders, increase their risks, reduce their rewards, reduce provocation and remove their excuses.