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Opioids

Metabolism and Analysis of Desomorphine

Date Published
December 2018
Publication Type
Research (Applied/Empirical), Report (Study/Research), Report (Grant Sponsored), Program/Project Description
Agencies
NIJ-Sponsored

TECHBeat, March 2018

Date Published
March 2018
Publication Type
Report (Technical Assistance), Program/Project Description
Agencies
NIJ-Sponsored

TECHBeat, January 2018

Date Published
January 2018
Publication Type
Report (Technical Assistance), Report (Grant Sponsored), Program/Project Description
Agencies
NIJ-Sponsored

TECHBeat, June 2019

Date Published
June 2019
Publication Type
Report (Technical Assistance), Report (Grant Sponsored), Program/Project Description, Instructional Material (Programmed)
Agencies
NIJ-Sponsored

TECHBeat, September 2018

Date Published
September 2018
Publication Type
Report (Technical Assistance), Report (Grant Sponsored), Program/Project Description
Agencies
NIJ-Sponsored

TECHBeat, October 2018

Date Published
October 2018
Publication Type
Report (Technical Assistance), Report (Grant Sponsored), Newsletter, Instructional Material
Agencies
NIJ-Sponsored

Incorporating Research and Data Into Criminal Justice Agencies - NIJ LEADS Alumni Spotlight

March 2020

Sergeant Jeffery Egge of the Minneapolis Police Department, and NIJ LEADS Scholar alum, discusses his experience with leads including how the program benefited his agency and his use of date to address gun violence and the opioid epidemic and the city's sentinel events review of overdose fatalities. Sergeant Egge also discusses his current work looking at investigative closures.

Reflecting on my Time as Director So Far — And Envisioning the Future

NIJ recently celebrated a milestone birthday — 50 years of scientific efforts to advance the field of criminal justice. Now is a great time for us to look back at all that we’ve accomplished. You can read about some of our most groundbreaking research and accomplishments in the 50th Anniversary Issue of the NIJ Journal.

Given all we know, and still don’t know, about what works in criminal justice, the next 50 years are sure to shine more light on so many challenges we’re facing. So, it’s also time to envision our future.