The programme has commissioned two reviews of existing national and international literature to identify knowledge gaps and to provide Police with clear and actionable ways to improve outcomes for all communities in the future. These two reviews have informed the Panel’s approach, especially that future research be led by kaupapa Māori methodology along with the need to explore the real-world interactions between police and the members of a range of communities.
Details of the Research Team and Progress Reports will be published here.
Academic Literature Review
- Systematic evidence map of disparities in police outcomes: final report, Oct 2021 – Te Puna Haumaru New Zealand Institute of Security and Crime Science, The University of Waikato (PDF 764KB)
Grey Literature Review