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Bulletproof Vest Partnership

Bulletproof Vest Partnership
The Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant Act of 1998 provides federal assistance to State, local, and tribal governments to equip their law enforcement officers with body armor. This site describes the program and presents the entire application and funding processes online.

Community Policing: National Survey Update of Police and Sheriffs' Departments
Online, searchable data from 1,110 police agencies nationwide that have implemented community policing, based on a 1997 national survey of community policing sponsored by NIJ, with additional funding from COPS. Search by agency type and size, and generate reports about the nature of the community policing programs implemented.

Consultant Information System

Consultant Information System (CIS)
CIS is a searchable data base of researchers and practitioners listed by areas of expertise, used by NIJ staff to select people to conduct proposal and report reviews, serve on panels, and perform other consultant tasks. Experts can register at the Web site to be added to the data base.


Crime Mapping and Analysis Program
Provides technical assistance and training to local and state agencies in the areas of crime mapping, crime and intelligence analysis, and geographic information systems (GIS). A program of NIJ's National Law Enforcement and CorrectionsTechnology Center -Rocky Mountain Region.

Health Status of Soon-to-be-Released Inmates

Health Status of Soon-to-be-Released Inmates: A Report to Congress
This Report to Congress was funded by NIJ and published by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care. It provides the results of research on the prevalence of common and remediable diseases among inmates due for release from prisions and jails in the US, assesses the cost effectiveness of prevention or treatment, and discusses policy implications.


National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS)
The homepage of the National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS), an international clearinghouse of criminal justice information sponsored by NIJ and the other agencies of the Office of Justice Programs.


Justice Technology Information Network (JUSTNET)
Homepage of the NIJ-sponsored National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Centers (NLECTC) provides up-to-date information on technology-related criminal justice products and topics.


National Archive of Criminal Justice Data (NACJD)
NACJD, sponsored by NIJ and housed at the University of Michigan, currently holds more 500 data collections relating to criminal justice. This web site provides browsing and downloading access to most of this data and documentation.


Partnerships Against Violence Network (PAVNET)
PAVNET Online is a searchable "virtual library" of information about promising programs, funding sources, and technical information sources related to violence-prevention and youth-at-risk, supported by a partnership of seven different Federal agencies.

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The Professional Conference Series (PCS)
This site contains information about the mission of the Professional Conference Series, registration for events, past conferences, and more than 100 conferences sponsored by NIJ throughout the year.

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Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods (PHDCN)
This site provides access to background information, publications, news, and other releases of PHDCN; an NIJ-sponsored interdisciplinary study aimed at deepening society's understanding of the causes and pathways of juvenile delinquency, adult crime, substance abuse, and violence.

Restorative Justice Online Notebook

Restorative Justice Online Notebook
This site is designed to promote the understanding of restorative justice. The material presented is the product of five regional symposia held on restorative justice, and is intended for those interested in implementing restorative justice in their communities.

World Justice Information Network
The World Justice Information Network, or WJIN.NET, is an Internet-based system for sharing open source information on crime, justice and the rule of law among policy makers, executives, criminal justice and law enforcement officials, international organizations, researchers and other academics, students, civic activists, journalists and concerned citizens worldwide.