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50 Years of Building Solutions, Supporting Communities and Advancing Justice

1997 Landmarks in Evidence-Based Public Safety

1997 Landmarks in Evidence-Based Public Safety

The report, Preventing Crime: What Works, What Doesn't, What's Promising, is released.

Building on the report's findings and on gathering interest in evidence-based practices, OJP launches an Evidence Integration Initiative in 2010. Under E2I, OJP creates CrimeSolutions.gov, a database of public safety programs, and the OJP Diagnostic Center, which helps communities address persistent criminal justice, juvenile justice and victim service challenges.

Learn More: What Works for Public Safety

Date Created: February 14, 2020