The Cambridge Centre’s Chief Executive, Professor Lawrence Sherman, is the founder of EBP and Honorary President of the Society of Evidence-Based Policing. A world-renowned police innovator and educator, he has led over thirty police experiments with over 15,000 Google citations. Sherman’s Triple-T framework of Targeting, Testing and Tracking can put EBP into practice in any police agency, at any level.
Sir Denis O’Connor is Radzinowicz Fellow at the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University. He is an independent director of the Board of the College of Policing, and an adviser on Policing to the Ministry of Defence.
Peter Neyroud joined Hampshire Constabulary in 1980 after reading History at Oxford. He served in all ranks from Constable to Detective Superintendent and in roles ranging from Uniform beat officer, Vice Squad, Community Relations, Public Order Commander and Senior Detective.
Dr Heather Strang is the Deputy Director of the Jerry Lee Centre of Experimental Criminology at the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge. She has been involved since 1994 in experiments testing the effectiveness of restorative justice, both in Australia and the United Kingdom.
Barak Ariel is a lecturer in the Police Executive Programme. Among other topics, Barak provides seminars on research methods, systematic reviews and statistical analyses.
Sumit is a Doctoral Candidate in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Maryland. His areas of research are policing and crime prevention, terrorism in South Asia, comparative criminology and theory testing.
Molly served as the field manager of the West Midlands Police (UK) Turning Point Experiment from 2012 to 2014, the primary investigator on the Turning Point Victim randomized controlled trial.
Sara came to Cambridge in 2011 and she is currently enrolled in the PhD programme at the Institute of Criminology in the University of Cambridge.