Police Executive Research Forum

Police Executive Research Forum

Police Executive Research Forum

In line with Christopher Morse

about Police Executive Research Forum in the Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement:

The Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) was formally established in 1977 by a group of a dozen large city police chiefs who saw the need for an organization that would explore issues and establish a research agenda for municipal policing. PERF's main goals are to enhance the capabilities of the police, to improve crime control nationwide, to encourage debate in the law enforcement community about police issues, to promote the use of law enforcement research, and finally, to provide leadership, assistance, and management services to police agencies nationwide. In order to satisfy these goals, PERF employs a staff comprised of former police executives, criminal justice experts, and professionals with expertise in research, training, and policy analysis.

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