Reducing Youth Incarceration for Runaway and Truancy: A National Scan of Practice and Evaluability Assessments in Three Sites
NIJ seeks proposals for research to evaluate the use of police and technology in schools. The proposed research should be comprehensive and include assessment of aspects such as school ecology, culture, climate, and social capital in addition to outcomes and other impacts. Logic models should be provided and include assessment of implementation processes and outputs and proximal and distal outcomes. A cost-benefit component should be included as part of the proposed research design. Multi-method, multi-measurement, and multiple year projects will be given priority in funding.
Police Response to Civil Disturbances: Understanding Strengths, Challenges, and Organizational Learning through After Action Reports
Identifying the Feasibility and Acceptability of Conducting Longitudinal Outcome Evaluation Research with Adult Survivors of Sex Trafficking and Their Perceptions of a Comprehensive Service Model
Recruitment, Assessment, and Retention in the Direct Care Workforce for Individuals with Criminal Records: A Comprehensive Model Approach, Executive Summary
Recruitment, Assessment, and Retention in the Direct Care Workforce for Individuals with Criminal Records
Evaluability Assessment and Formative Review of the Community Resilience Exercises (CREX): Summary Overview
What Should Program Designers Consider To Successfully Develop And Implement A Public Health Approach To Preventing Violent Extremism?
What Does A Community-Based Organization Need To Successfully Implement A Public Health Approach To Preventing Violent Extremism?
Cross-age Peer Mentoring to Enhance Resilience among Low-income Urban Youth Living in High Violence Chicago Communities
Captain Baughman of the Kansas City (MO) Police Department answers the question “What is risk terrain modeling?” and explains how it differs from crime mapping, what resources his agency deploys at high risk areas, and the results he has seen form using risk terrain models.