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NIJ Journal Issue No. 274

NCJ Number
247877
Date Published
Author(s)
National Institute of Justice
Publication Series
NIJ Journal
Annotation
The NIJ Journal features articles to help criminal justice policymakers and practitioners stay informed about new developments, and presents research-based information that can help inform policy decisions and improve understanding of the criminal justice system.
Abstract
The NIJ Journal features articles to help criminal justice policymakers and practitioners stay informed about new developments, and presents research-based information that can help inform policy decisions and improve understanding of the criminal justice system. This issue includes the following articles: “Study Identifies Ways to Improve ATF Ballistic Evidence Program” (NCJ 247878) by Nancy Ritter; “The Science Behind Firearm and Tool Mark Examination” (NCJ 247879) by Nancy Ritter; “Services for IPV Victims: Encouraging Stronger Research Methods to Produce More Valid Results” (NCJ 247880) by Melissa Rorie, Bethany Backes and Jaspreet Chahal; “Addressing the Impact of Wrongful Convictions on Crime Victims” (NCJ 247881) by Seri Irazola, Erin Williamson, Julie Stricker and Emily Niedzwiecki; “How NIJ Is Building the Nation's Research Infrastructure” (NCJ 247883) by Andrew Marcoux; “NIJ Challenges: Generating Innovative Solutions to Criminal Justice Problems” (NCJ 247885) by Rustum Nyquist; and “Homeland Security in Small Law Enforcement Agencies: Preparedness and Proximity to Big-City Peers” (NCJ 247882) by George W. Burruss, Joseph A. Schafer, Matthew J. Giblin and Melissa R. Haynes.
Date Created: December 10, 2014