National Police Foundation to Participate in 2019 Drapkin Symposium on Evidence-Based Policing at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel

Jim Burch (left), President of the National Police Foundation; Lawrence W. Sherman (middle), Director of the Jerry Lee Centre of Experimental Criminology and Wolfson Professor of Criminology Emeritus at the University of Cambridge, Chair of the Cambridge Police Executive Program, and Distinguished Professor at University of Maryland; David Weisburd (right), Distinguished Professor at George Mason University, Executive Director of the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy, and Walter E. Meyer Professor of Law and Criminal Justice at the Hebrew University Faculty of Law in Jerusalem.

This week, Jim Burch, President of the National Police Foundation, will attend and participate in the 2019 Drapkin Symposium on Evidence-Based Policing at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. Jim will join renowned criminologists and policing researchers from the US, the UK, Australia and Israel in addressing Evidence-Based Policing. Jim’s remarks will focus on the challenges of adopting Evidence-Based Policing from a practitioner perspective.

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