'Nudging up RCT Evidence on Nudges for Court Appearances': Ben Chivers / Jonathan Cumberbatch / Alex Murray

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Jul 27, 201850m
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'Nudging up RCT Evidence on Nudges for Court Appearances': Ben Chivers / Jonathan Cumberbatch / Alex Murray
Jul 27 '1850m
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The Institute of Criminology holds an annual international conference on Evidence Based Policing, Chaired by Professor Lawrence Sherman in association with the Society for Evidence Based Policing (SEBP). The 11th conference was held at the Sidgwick site at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, on 9-11 July 2018. This talk: 'Nudging up RCT Evidence on Nudges for Court Appearances' Chair: ACC Alex Murray OBE, West Midlands Police, UK Ben Chivers, Hampshire Police: 'Sorry, Wrong Number: Texting Defendants Does Not Increase Court Attendance' Jonathan Cumberbatch, Staffordshire Police: 'This Nudge Was Not Enough: A Text Message RCT for Victims and Witnesses' ACC Alex Murray, West Midlands Police: 'Three Nudge Experiments: One Works, One Doesn’t, One’s Promising' Discussion: ACC Alex Murray Moderating

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