Assessing the Effectiveness of Interventions Designed to Reduce Racial/Ethnic Disparities in the Justice System: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
A meta-analysis of longitudinal partial correlations between school violence and mental health, school performance, and criminal or delinquent acts
A Meta-Analysis of School-Based Cyberbullying Prevention Programs' Impact on Cyber-Bystander Behavior
A Meta-Analysis of Longitudinal Partial Correlations Between School Violence and Mental Health, School Performance, and Criminal or Delinquent Acts
A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Interventions to Decrease Cyberbullying Perpetration and Victimization
Forensic Microbiome Database: A Tool for Forensic Geolocation Meta-Analysis Using Publicly Available 16S rRNA Microbiome Sequencing
Genome-Wide Association Studies Identify Multiple Genetic Loci Influencing Eyebrow Color Variation in Europeans
A Genome-Wide Association Study of Skin and Iris Pigmentation Among Individuals of South Asian Ancestry
On February 16-18, 2021, the National Institute of Justice hosted the Virtual Conference on School Safety: Bridging Research to Practice to Safeguard Our Schools. This video includes the following presentations:
A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Interventions to Decrease Cyberbullying Perpetration and Victimization
Twelve Experiments in Restorative Justice: The Jerry Lee Program of Randomized Trials of Restorative Justice Conferences
Bullying prevention is an important aspect of school safety. During this webinar, co-sponsored by NIJ and the Federal Partners in Bullying Prevention, renowned bullying prevention researchers will share information schools can use to address bullying. This information will include helping teachers respond to bullying in the classroom and giving students who see bullying tools to take action to address it.
Professor Ed Latessa describes how his team and he assessed more than 550 programs and saw the best and the worst. Professor Latessa shared his lessons learned and examples of states that are trying to use evidence-based knowledge to improve correctional programs.