Natalie Kroovand Hipple, associate professor of criminal justice at Indiana University Bloomington, is an expert on gun violence, problem-solving policing, incident reviews, restorative justice and evaluation of criminal justice programs.
She is a subject matter expert for the Bureau of Justice Assistance’s Strategies for Policing Innovation initiative and is the principal investigator for a national evaluation of the Innovations in Community Based Crime Reduction/Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation program. She has published numerous articles and reports most recently appearing in The Journal of Crime and Justice, Policing and Society, and Violence and Victims.
Areas of Expertise
Gun violence, nonfatal shootings, police problem-solving, evaluations of criminal justice programs.
The Washington Post, “The way cities report gun violence is all wrong”: https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-way-cities-report-gun-violence-is-all-wrong/2018/03/26/c3abde86-2607-11e8-bc72-077aa4dab9ef_story.html National Resource and Technical Assistance Center for Improving Law Enforcement Investigations, “Nonfatal Shooting Primer”: https://centerforimprovinginvestigations.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/NFS-Article-Huebner-and-Hipple-July-2018-NRTAC.pdf National Police Foundation: “5 things you need to know about nonfatal shootings”: https://centerforimprovinginvestigations.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/5-Things-Nonfatal-Shootings_NRTAC_Police-Foundation-March-2018-1.pdf