Crime victim services
What Constitutes Success? Evaluating Legal Services for Victims of Crime, A Formative Evaluation, Webinar, 2021
What Constitutes Success? Evaluating Legal Services for Victims of Crime, Final Site Report: Oregon Crime Victims Law Center
What Constitutes Success? Evaluating Legal Services for Victims of Crime, Final Site Report: Maryland Crime Victims Resource Center
What Constitutes Success? Evaluating Legal Services for Victims of Crime, Final Site Report: Arizona Voice for Crime Victims
Sex Trafficking and Substance Use, Identifying High-Priority Needs Within the Criminal Justice System
Social Reactions Received by Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence: A Qualitative Validation of Key Constructs From the Social Reactions Questionnaire
Creating Culturally Responsive Services for Vietnamese-Heritage Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence.
Programs and Services for Victims of Crime: Phased Evaluation Research, Housing and Shelter Models for Victims of Crime
Promising Practices from Victims Services Providers’ COVID-19 Response: Protecting Victims and Those Who Serve Them
Tragedy to Transformation: Preventing School Violence with Proven Programs - Plenary Presentation, NIJ Virtual Conference on School Safety
In the weeks following the murder of her son, Dylan, in his first-grade classroom, Nicole Hockley co-founded Sandy Hook Promise with a mission to end school shootings. The research-informed Know The Signs programs she helped develop and launch have since taught more than 12 million people how to prevent violence and self-harm. Through these no-cost programs, Sandy Hook Promise has averted multiple school shooting plots, teen suicides, and countless other acts of violence.
Formative Evaluation of VictimConnect: Preparing for Rigorous Evaluation of a National Resource Center
Estimating the Financial Costs of Crime Victimization: Study Delineates Research Needs To Inform Victim Services Policies, Programs
In 2004, the National Institute of Justice created the social science research on forensic sciences (SSRFS) research program to explore the impact of forensic sciences on the criminal justice system and the administration of justice. Much of the early research from the SSRFS program focused on DNA processing and the use of DNA in investigations and prosecutions.