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  • New Research on Violence against
    American Indians and Alaska Natives

    Using nationally representative data, the report examines intimate partner and sexual violence against American Indian and Alaska Native women and men.

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  • National Reentry Week

    The Department of Justice designated the week of April 24-30, 2016, as National Reentry Week.

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  • W.E.B. Du Bois Fellowship Program

    NIJ is seeking proposals for the W.E.B. Du Bois Fellowship Program of Research on Race and Crime.


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  • OJP Programs Available to Indian Country
    and Alaska Native Communities

    We encourage Tribes and Alaska Natives to consider OJP's broad array of programs, when seeking to improve public safety.

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OJP Diagnostic Center Resource Guide: Reforming the Assessment and Enforcement of Fines and Fees

Justice system reform has captured the attention of the American public. While the discussion generally has focused on sentencing policies, police accountability, and reentry, recent efforts by state court judges, court administrators, and advocates have brought attention to a less-examined but equally significant issue. . arrow indicating more information available

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OJJDP Observes National African American History Month

Watch a video of Administrator Listenbee discussing the Office's ongoing efforts to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities within the juvenile justice system in this issue of OJJDP News @ a Glance.   arrow indicating more information available

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Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch Delivers Remarks at National Law Enforcement Conference on Child Exploitation

In 2015 alone, 61 coordinated ICAC task forces representing more than 3,500 federal, state and local law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies conducted more than 54,000 investigations that resulted in the arrest of more than 8,500 individuals. arrow indicating more information available

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Working Together to Prevent Cycles of Harm blog from Department of Justice Second Chance Fellow Daryl Atkinson

Americans are conditioned to view victims and incarcerated people as two separate if not mutually exclusive categories. As two attorneys privileged to work on the front lines of criminal justice policy reform, each in fellowships designed to build bridges and elevate the voices of impacted communities, we understand the need to address these oversimplified notions. arrow indicating more information available

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