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Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2007, $84,979)
The purpose of this project is to provide the Campbell Collaboration with funds to complete three systematic reviews on what works to reduce crime and improve justice. The objective of this support is to expedite the completion and electronic publication of scientific syntheses of research on what works in crime prevention. This will be achieved through the provision of assistance to review teams to produce the reviews.
- Exploring Officer Patrol Behaviors Using Automated Vehicle Locator and Body-Worn Camera Data in Kansas City, Missouri
- A Whole Community Approach to Hate Crime Reduction: Research to Improve Prevention, Reporting, and Victim Support
- Exploring how survivor perspectives and priorities are reflected in the use and implementation of Extreme Risk Protective Orders to address intimate partner violence