JRSA Forum, September 2012, Volume 30, Number 3
 

Contents

Feature Article

Gang Offending and Online Behavior

National Scene

BJS Taps Michael Planty to Head Victimization Statistics Unit

Greg Ridgeway Joins NIJ as Deputy Director

JRSA News

New JRP Issue Focuses on Evidence-Based Policy and Practice

NJJEC Launches Online Program Evaluation Tutorial

Incident-Based Reporting Resource Center Funds New Projects

SAC News

The Arizona Prescription Drug Initiative: A Multisystemic Approach for Targeting Prescription Drug Misuse and Abuse

Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Massachusetts, Montana, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming









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Greg Ridgeway Joins NIJ as Deputy Director

Greg Ridgeway The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) welcomed a new Deputy Director in July, Greg Ridgeway. Dr. Ridgeway will manage NIJ's three science offices: forensic sciences, social and behavioral sciences, and physical sciences. He will lead the strategic planning and integration of the three offices and their translational criminology efforts.