The Crime Reduction Toolkit summarises the best-available research evidence on what works to reduce crime.
It allows users to see the impact of different interventions on crime and understand how they work, where they work, how to implement them and their cost. The Toolkit can be viewed in table mode and bubble mode; both of which draw on the same research evidence.
Copyright of the EMMIE Framework is attributed to authors; Professors Shane D. Johnson, Kate J. Bowers and Nick Tilley.
The EMMIE Framework is reproduced under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution licence 4.0
The following academic paper on EMMIE was published in the Journal of Experimental Criminology.Johnson, S. D., Tilley, N., & Bowers, K. J. (2015). Introducing EMMIE: An evidence rating scale to encourage mixed-method crime prevention synthesis reviews. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 11(3), 459-473.All correspondence regarding the use of EMMIE should be directed to Shane D. Johnson.
The Crime Reduction Toolkit has been awarded a Best Practice certificate in the European and National Level category at the European Public Sector Awards 2017
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