Research (Criminal Justice Research Center)

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The primary function of the CJRC is to serve as a catalyst for and facilitate collaborative interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research on crime/delinquency and justice issues. We do so in a variety of ways. Most importantly, center faculty and graduate affiliates conduct research on "Crime and Community," "Youth, Crime, and Justice," and "Criminal Justice Policy."


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    Ohio Incident-Based Reporting System: Crime In Ohio
    (2006-08-21T11:44:26Z) Criminal Justice Research Center
    CJRC was awarded Byrne funding to conduct descriptive studes of crime in various Ohio jurisdictions. The goal of the project was to provide a foundation for local criminal justice agency planning by informing agencies of their most prevalent crimes, including whether the crimes were stable, increasing or decreasing.