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July 2017 Jeff Rojek, Associate Director for the Center for Law and Behavior at the University of Texas, explains what the research shows about why law enforcement officers are more or less likely to use seat belts.
Rojek describes how training, improved policy and accountability, and organizational justice create a more comprehensive approach to officer safety.
November 2017 Forensic science research and development is critical to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the nation's crime laboratories.
Watch how the National Institute of Justice takes an idea from a need to a reality in the laboratory.
In addition, law officers discuss how the LEADs scholar program equips smaller agencies to improve community relations.
June 2016 In this video, law enforcement officers discuss how NIJ’s Law Enforcement Advancing Data and Science (LEADS) scholar program benefits professional development and fosters research collaboration between law enforcement and scholars.
It also provides estimates of interracial and intraracial victimizations and briefly examines the impact of violence.
seminar explores common police practices for responding to gun violence and the extent to which they are contributing to reductions in violent incidents.
The panel will also explore the role of multi-disciplinary partners such as the public health sector in reducing gun violence, and discuss promising practices for law enforcement partnerships to leverage complimentary violence reduction efforts. Megan Moreno, Center for Child Health, Behavioral and Human Development at Seattle Children's, discusses how important it is to have a common definition of cyberbullying in order to develop effective prevention and intervention programs.
She leads a NIJ-supported research project to help us understand cyberbullying among children and teens.
October 2016This video describes the findings of a National Institute of Justice (NIJ) supported study on the prevalence of violence against American Indian and Alaska Native women and men.