This fact sheet provides criminal justice agencies with information on scientific and technology-related resources.
This fact sheet provides larger criminal justice agencies (those with 50 or more sworn personnel) access to a full range of relevant scientific and technology-related information, including results from National Institute of Justice (NIJ) research, development, testing and evaluation (RDT&E) activities, through the services of the States, Major Cities and Counties (SMCC) Regional Center. The SMCC Regional Center provides a resource and outreach mechanism for these larger agencies, ensuring unbiased access to information concerning the resources and technology assistance activities of the entire National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC) System. Accessible topics include: Virtual Conferencing, Outreach, Technology Institutes, Collaboration With Other Centers, and NLECTC System Overview.
- Survey research with gang and non-gang members in prison: Operational lessons from the LoneStar Project
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