The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) is excited to partner with the National Science Foundation (NSF) on the program solicitation “Building the Prototype Open Knowledge Network (Proto-OKN).”
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NIJ FY23 Research on Juvenile Justice Topics
NIJ FY23 Youth Mentoring Research and Evaluation
NIJ FY23 Criminal Justice Technology Testing and Evaluation Center
With this solicitation, NIJ seeks proposals to host a Criminal Justice Technology Testing and Evaluation Center. The Center will provide testing, evaluation, and other activities to support the safety, effectiveness, efficiency, and efficacy of technologies in use or adaptable by criminal justice and juvenile justice communities. The Center will inform NIJ’s research and development efforts as well as NIJ’s stakeholders, including criminal justice practitioners, policymakers...