Welcome to the SIPR blog

Through this blog we hope to:
  • to expand and extend critical debate nationally and internationally about current matters of policing practice, learning and leadership
  • to promote the use of research evidence in policing practice and policy
  • to share knowledge about policing among police practitioners and leaders, researchers, educators, policy makers and community.


Policing the Lockdown blog Series

We are also delighted to be partnering with the University of Ediburgh to produce the 'Policing the Lockdown' blog which seeks to shien a light in international policing practices and their impact during the Covid-19 pandemic. To visit thie blog, please click here


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Practitioners: Help us bring 'Registered Reports' to Forensic Science!
Practitioners: Help us bring 'Registered Reports' to Forensic Science!

Practitioners: Help us bring 'Registered Reports' to Forensic Science!

5th Oct 2020
by Jason Chin

Your work depends on strong scientific foundationsThere is wide agreement that forensic science practices must be founded by strong science (link). For example, scientific studies help us develop...

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Interpreting Eyewitness Confidence: What do you mean when you say, “pretty sure”?
Interpreting Eyewitness Confidence: What do you mean when you say, “pretty sure”?

Interpreting Eyewitness Confidence: What do you mean when you say, “pretty sure”?

5th Aug 2020
by Pia Pennekamp

Crimes and eyewitnesses When a crime happens, the police put in a lot of effort to find out who did it. If the crime had an eyewitness, they can usually help. The process of gathering eyewitness...

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