Jerry Ratcliffe is a professor and former British police officer who works with police agencies around the world on crime reduction and criminal intelligence projects. After an ice-climbing accident ended a decade-long career with London’s Metropolitan Police, he earned a first-class honors degree and a PhD from the University of Nottingham. He has published over 80 research articles and numerous books on policing and crime reduction, including (also with Routledge) Intelligence-Led Policing. He has been a research advisor to the FBI and the Philadelphia Police Commissioner.
Read our exclusive interview with Jerry to find out more about his latest book Reducing Crime, and what makes it an important read for 21st century police leaders.
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Routledge is delighted to announce that James R. Acker, author of Questioning Capital Punishment: Law, Policy, and Practice, has been selected to receive the University at Albany Excellence in Education Award 2017.
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We caught up with Michael to discuss this exciting title, soon to be released in paperback...
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