Learn how to improve policing in your community
BIG DATA & COMMUNITY POLICING CONFERENCE
See you in 2022!
JOIN US IN 2022
WHY ATTEND THE BDCP CONFERENCE?
Learn directly from a variety of stakeholders, including experts in evidence-based policing and design thinking, about the advancements in smart policing initiatives and modern technology adoption.
Meet & Network With Thought Leaders: Don’t miss out on the opportunity to network and exchange ideas with Pioneers in the evidence-based and community policing fields from across San Diego County and nationwide!
Intersection of Law Enforcement, Tech, Faith & Education:
Hear from a collection of voices on the importance of big data & community policing practices, and how each of them are utilizing the techniques in their own fields.
Cutting Edge & Evidence-Based Research: Gain access to the leading research in evidence-based and community policing fields, and hear it from the researchers and practitioners who are implementing it themselves.
Receive a Certificate of Completion: Demonstrate your expertise by collecting and earning a certificate that highlights your thought leadership and forward thinking.
Why Is This Different
At the Big Data & Community Policing Conference, you’ll find the unique intersection between law enforcement, education, advocacy, faith, technology and the evidence-based movement. Members from all of these factions come together to learn about the newest and best ways to use data to create a better and safer society.
What People Say
TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY
“This workshop was a conversation for change about how we can use data to reform our criminal justice system!” - Texas Southern University (BDCP 2019)
MAYOR STEVE ADLER OF ATX
“What Measure is doing is important, it is valued and it is welcomed by me, our police chief and our community.” - Mayor Steve Adler of Austin, TX (BDCP 2017)
CHIEF RENEE HALL OF DALLAS
“I was honored to serve as the keynote speaker at the Big Data & Community Policing Conference 2018. We want the community to know we are surely in your corner.” - Chief U. Renee Hall of Dallas, TX (BDCP 2018)