Inactive NIJ Standards
These are standards that are no longer supported, updated or revised by NIJ. Some have been rendered obsolete due to advancements in technology and others have been replaced by standards developed by other Standards Development Organizations. However, for reference all inactive NIJ standards can be accessed and downloaded here.
|Metallic Handcuffs. NIJ Standard-0307.01 (pdf, 10 pages)||March 1982|
Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Guidelines Reexamination Synthesis and Translation Protocol
Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Self-Assessment Scoring Manual and Validated Instrument
Just Science Podcast: Just Improved Response to Sexual Assault
Building More Reliable Forensic Sciences (Part One)
Longitudinal Effects of Prolonged Opioid Use on Cortical Bone Remodeling in a Rabbit Model
Development of modern human subadult age and sex estimation standards using multi-slice computed tomography images from medical examiner's offices
Criminal Justice Testing and Evaluation Consortium
The Criminal Justice Testing and Evaluation Consortium (CJTEC) uses research-based methodologies to enhance the capabilities of law enforcement, courts, and corrections agencies, and act as an honest broker for the nation’s criminal justice practitioners to provide objective and rigorous testing and evaluation of existing technologies, policies, and practices.
CJTEC provides four key assets in collaboration with the National Institute of Justice:
- Technology Foraging: CJTEC monitors...