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What Works Masterclass: Problem solving and implementing evidence-based responses

27 September 2016

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Crime Analysis

11th-14th April 2016

7-10th November 2016

Understanding Hotspots

19th April 2016

4th October 2016

Predictive Mapping

10th May 2016

6th December 2016

Hypothesis Testing Analysis

17th May 2016

Strategic Assessments

7th July 2016

Advanced Hotspot Analysis

12th July 2016

15th November 2016

Geographic Profiling Analysis

5th-16th September 2016

Neighbourhood Analysis

Date TBC

Department of Security and Crime Science

Johannes Knutsson

Professor Johannes Knutsson

Norwegian Police University College, Norway

Professor in Police Research at Norwegian Police University College in Oslo, Norway and Visiting Professor, Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science.


Johannes is currently professor in police research at the Norwegian Police University College in Oslo, Norway. He also holds a part-time position at the Swedish National Police Academy. Prior to this, he has held several positions as teacher and researcher at the University of Stockholm and as researcher at the National Swedish Council for Crime Prevention.

Johannes has published several evaluation studies of crime preventive measures as well as studies on different aspects of policing. He has recently edited a book on Problem-Oriented Policing and is currently supporting a local police district in Norway to conduct problem oriented policing. Another of his research interests concerns police use of firearms, and he will soon publish a comparative study on police use of firearms in Scandinavia. Together with a Norwegian police officer, Johannes Knutsson was a Herman Goldstein Award finalist in 2004 with the project Gypsy Cabs in T√łnsberg - a case for Problem-oriented Policing.

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