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State SACs The Justice Research and Statistics Association is a national nonprofit organization of state Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) directors, and other researchers and practitioners throughout government, academia, and the justice community who are dedicated to the use of research and analysis to make informed policy and program decisions.
JRSA Webinar   The latest SAC Publication Digest is now available! This Digest contains abstracts of state Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) reports published from July through December 2014.
SAC Publication Digest - Vol. XXI
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JRSA Webinar   Registration is now open for the May 21st webinar Use of Administrative Records to Analyze Drug Abuse and Enforcement.
Administrative Records Webinar
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December Forum   The March issue of the JRSA Forum, JRSA's quarterly newsletter, is now available.
March Forum
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National Forum   Save the date! Join us August 2 - 5 in Atlanta, Georgia for the 2015 National Forum on Criminal Justice. For more information, visit the National Forum website.
2015 National Forum on Criminal Justice
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Center for Analysis of Crime Statistics Ohio
 

The Nevada Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) is located in at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) and is administered by the Center for Crime and Justice Policy (CCJP), which is in the Department of Criminal Justice. The objectives of CCJP are to advance public policy, improve professional practices, and educate students in research methods. CCJP and the SAC capitalize on the expertise of academic faculty who specialize in scientific inquiry, policy development, and statistical methodologies. Primarily grant funded, CCJP and the Nevada SAC are involved in a variety of research projects including prisoner reentry, school violence prevention, body-worn cameras, and SMART Policing. Additionally, the SAC maintains the Research in Brief program, which reports on various justice-related topics of interest to Nevadans.

The Nevada SAC is also affiliated with the Crowd Management Research Council (CMRC) - one of the few research entities in the United States that works to improve crowd management techniques and strategies.

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Updates from JRSA

Evidence-Based Practices Toolkit

JRSA, in partnership with the National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA) and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), has produced the second in a series of "toolkits" on promoting the use of evidence-based practices in State Administering Agencies (SAAs).

The second toolkit, Implementing Evidence-Based Practices, includes a Briefing Paper, an Executive Summary, and a PowerPoint Slides. The slideshow can be tailored by SAAs to highlight their own efforts in promoting evidence-based practices in their state.

Utilizing State Criminal History Records for Justice Research Webinar Series

The latest webinar in a series on Utilizing State Criminal History Records for Justice Research is now available. Using Criminal History Records to Conduct Redemption Research can be accessed from the JRSA webinar page