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Research in the real world: The systematic review that never reviews any evidence

Evidence-based policing is a focus of debate, including over what should count as evidence, and whether the Randomised Control Trial is over-valued. Prof. Kevin Morrell and Prof. Mark Learmonth of Durham University show how a limited definition of ‘evidence’ can damage understanding of the real world.

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