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Dave Lambert, assistant professor of criminal justice, comments on how police departments can improve their performance through leadership and management programs.
Ph.D., Northeastern University
M.S., Florida State University
B.S., Westfield State College
Dr. Lambert's research interests include Homeland Security, Information Sharing and Intelligence-Led Policing, Police Management, Crime Mapping and Analytics in Criminal Justice and Strategic Planning.
Lambert, D. (2016) Environmental Attributes of Police Vehicle Crashes. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 16(3).
Lambert, D. (2012) Predictive Analytics and Evidence-Based Policing: A Discussion of What It Is and How We Get There. Police Forum 21(1): 2-8.
Lambert, D. (2011) Data Fusion: The Application of Intelligence-Led Policing in a Fusion Center." FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin December 2010, 1-6.
Morreale, S. and D. Lambert (2009) Homeland Security and the Police Mission. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management: Vol. 6: 1, Article 68.
Lambert D. (2017) Examining the Relationship Between Police Organizational Characteristics and Innovation. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO.
Lambert, D. E. (2016). Police-Researcher Partnerships: Discussion on Creating and Sustaining Research Partnerships with the Policing Community. Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences Conference.
Police Leadership and Innovation, Firearms Violence, Traffic Safety, Homeland Security, Intelligence-Led Policing