RAND Evaluation of NYPD's Neighborhood Policing
Feb 6, 2019
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In 2015, the New York City Police Department (NYPD) adopted a Neighborhood Policing philosophy, designed to improve communication and collaboration between community residents and police officers. In late 2018, RAND researchers began conducting an independent evaluation to assess the impacts of Neighborhood Policing on public safety and the public's trust in police. This evaluation involves interviews, focus groups, and surveys of organizations and individuals throughout the city and within NYPD. RAND researchers also observe officers in the field and gather crime and other administrative data from NYPD and other sources for analysis. Preliminary results of the evaluation will be available in 2019 and a final public report synthesizing all findings will be completed in 2021.
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