Bouza became the Minneapolis Police Chief inwhere he persuaded the City Council to approve Sherman's research design to randomly assign arrest for misdemeanor domestic violence later known as the Minneapolis Domestic Violence Experiment. Sherman's early experimental research into the influence of arrest on recidivism in spouse abuse led to changes in police department policies and procedures nationwide, encouraged state legislatures to modify state statutes to allow for misdemeanor arrest, and eventually resulted in five federally funded replications, one of which Sherman led in Milwaukee.
SinceSherman has been co directing a program of prospective longitudinal experiments in restorative justice involving approximately 2, offenders and 2, crime victims. He has also worked on the development of new tools for predicting murder among offenders on probation and parole in Philadelphiaas well as randomized trials of intensive services among highest risk offenders.
He resigned from Penn in June to return to the University of Maryland as Distinguished Unoversity Professor while jointly serving as Wolfson Professor of Criminology from Sherman also served Maryland as Chair of the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice from toand as a faculty member from to From to he served as president of the Crime Control Institute, and Reintegrative shaming to he was the Director of Research and later Vice President for the Washington-D.
In addition to his experimental research, Sherman has published articles and book chapters on a wide variety of topics, including police corruptionpolice education, police discretionpolice Reintegrative shaming, restorative justiceinvestigations, police use of forceand fear reduction.
Key research findings[ edit ] His major discoveries can be summarized as follows: Inhe discovered Reintegrative shaming restricting police powers to shoot people was not followed by any increases in crime, or in violence against police officers;  this evidence was later cited by the U. Supreme Court in its Tennessee v.
Garner decision to restrict police powers to kill across the US. Inthe Minneapolis Domestic Violence Experiment found that arresting suspects in domestic violence cases was more effective at reducing re-offending than counselling or temporarily separating the suspect and victim.
He showed that exactly where and when crime will occur is far more predictable than anyone had previously thought, thus laying the theoretical and empirical basis for what is now called "hot spots policing," now widely practiced from New York to Sydney. He concluded that while restorative justice had been shown in most other places to be effective, it could backfire in some places.
Berk and others, he discovered that a "data-mining" algorithm can predict which Philadelphia probationers are charged with murder or attempted murder 75 times more often than those the algorithm classifies as low-risk.
Research on the prestige of scholars in criminology and criminal justice has listed Sherman as one of the most highly cited scholars in the field. His core idea was that police practice can be made far more effective if all of its complex but repeated elements were tested by repeated controlled field experiments.
Since then, the FBI Academy has offered a course on evidence-based policingand it has become the subject of wide debate and commentary in police practice and research journals.
Since then the conference has been held each July, with the 5th International Conference attended by over police and scholars from six continents, including Africa and Latin America.
Inpolice in collaboration with the University of Queensland established the Australian-New Zealand Society of Evidence-Based Policing, which now has over members see http: Inboth Canada see http: InUK Home Secretary Theresa May appointed Sherman an independent non-executive director of the new College of Policingwhich develops and promotes evidence of what works in policing.
Institution building[ edit ] Sherman has been a prime mover in the development on several permanent new additions to the institutional landscape of criminology.
The most visible of these new institutions is the Stockholm Prize in Criminologywhich philanthropist Jerry Lee and Sherman proposed to Professor Jerzy Sarnecki of Stockholm University in mid, and which Sarnecki brought to the Swedish Ministry of Justice where it received support from successive Ministers.
The annual Prize for criminological research or its application that benefits humanity was funded by the Jerry Lee Foundation for a guaranteed minimum of ten years, with the first prizes awarded in The Prize has been awarded annually since then, most often presented by a member of the Royal Family, with Sherman and Sarnecki as co-chairs of the International Jury that selects the winners.
InJustice Minister Beatrice Ask concluded an agreement with the Soderberg foundations to provide joint funding with Ministry investment of a permanent endowment for a new Stockholm Prize Foundationwhich guarantees annual funding of the Prize in perpetuity.
He also founded the first centre for experimental criminology inthe Jerry Lee Centre of Experimental Criminology at the University of Cambridge Institute of Criminology.
Mangino, former member of the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole and former district attorney of Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. Awards and honors[ edit ] Sherman has been the recipient of numerous honors and awards for his work in the field of criminology and policing.
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