Are you passionate about public safety?  Do you want to hear about the latest research into policing? How about getting an opportunity to network with fantastically talented police professionals from around the globe?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, mark your calendar, pack a bag, and plan on heading to DC in June of 2020 for the fourth annual Evidence-Based Policing conference being hosted by American University.

This two-day boutique conference is designed to allow intimate access for police practitioners, leading criminology researchers, crime analysts, criminal justice policy advocates, and vendors to learn and grow their understanding of evidence-based policing, network with police professionals from around the world and receive expert insights on the evolution of policing from prominent and decorated keynote speakers.

With participants from around the globe, attendees will discover cutting-edge evidence-based policing research and strategies to reduce crime and disorder, and maintain the trust, confidence and support of the communities we serve.

Our keynote speaker this year is Dr. Cynthia Lum, the Director of the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy at George Mason University. 
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More details on topics/presentations to come!

Once you have registered, please follow this link to book your hotel room! This is the hotel where we have our Meet & Greet sunday night and provide early check-in to the conference so you don't have to worry about it Monday morning!


How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Questions can be directed via email to


Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

All conference attendees must present a valid ticket to gain entry to the event.


Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

We work in public safety and recognize that emergencies occur so we will make every effort to honor your ticket in the event that you are unable to attend but can find an alternate to take your place. We just ask that you contact us at as soon as possible so we are aware of the situation.