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Advancing Knowledge To Reduce Gangs and Gang Violence

A key part of the research process at the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) involves engaging with the field to identify needs and advance a research agenda. On May 12, 2020, NIJ held a virtual meeting with researchers and practitioners to ensure that NIJ’s investments in research on gangs and gang violence continue to close gaps in our knowledge on this topic. The goal of this meeting was twofold: first, to inform the development of evidence-based programs, policies, and practices to address problems associated with gangs and gang violence; and second, to advise NIJ on the use of robust research and evaluation methods to address problems associated with gangs and gang violence.

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  • Mary Poulin Carlton
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Publisher:Department of Justice (DOJ)
Published:June 1, 2021
License:Public Domain

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