Crime and Justice Research and Evaluation on American Indian and Alaska Native Issues at the National Institute of Justice (NIJ)

Winifred Reed, National Institute of Justice
Angela Moore Parmley, National Institute of Justice
Debra Stoe, National Institute of Justice

ABSTRACT
The National Institute of Justice is the research and development agency of the U. S. Department of Justice. In the mid-1990's, NIJ began building a crime and jjstice research and evaluation portfolio related to American Indian and Alaska Native issues. This poster session will provide an overview of NIJ's approach to this research, the major areas of research, partners, publications, and plans. It will also provide an opportunity for discussion and interaction with NIJ staff on these and related issues such as applying for NIJ grants.

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Updated 05/20/2006