Each SAC Spotlight focuses on one of the state Statistical Analysis Centers, with descriptions of
the SAC's relationships with other state agencies, featured research projects and publications, and key personnel. By focusing on one SAC at
a time, we hope to highlight the critical role they all play in analyzing justice information in their state and informing the
development of sound public policy.
Independent agency within Vermont State Government managed by the Vermont Center for Justice Research
Number of Staff: 10 (All part-time)
About the SAC:
The Vermont Center for Justice Research (VCJR) was established in 1987 by Executive Order as Vermont's Statistical Analysis Center to collect and analyze criminal and juvenile justice information and provide technical assistance to state and local criminal justice agencies. The VCJR is currently managed by the Norwich Studies and Analysis Institute, a non-profit research institution affiliated with Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont. The VCJR's experience, technical expertise, resources, and reputation for impartial analysis have established the organization as a leader in criminal justice analysis, policy, planning, and evaluation projects in Vermont. The VCJR's staff of criminologists, attorneys, statisticians, and crime analysts, many of whom also serve on the faculty of Norwich University, enable the VCJR to provide advanced technical assistance to Vermont criminal justice agencies, the legislature, researchers, the media, and the public.
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