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License Plate Recognition Technology
A vehicle-scanning device deployed by law enforcement to detect wanted vehicles (such as those reported stolen or missing).
Resolving Conflict Creatively Program (New York City)
A universal, school-based intervention for elementary school students that promotes violence prevention as well as positive social and emotional learning.
Success for All (SFA)
A schoolwide, intensive educational intervention to detect and resolve literacy problems for school children in preschool through sixth grade, mostly in high-poverty schools.
Syracuse Family Development Research Program (FDRP)
Comprehensive early childhood program aimed to develop child and family functioning through home visitation, parent training, and individualized day care. The program sought to improve children’s cognitive skills and prevent juvenile delinquency.
Community Trials Intervention to Reduce High-Risk Drinking (RHRD)
A multicomponent program for all ages that aims to reduce underage drinking, binge drinking, and drinking and driving by using environmental interventions and community mobilization to decrease formal, informal, and social access to alcohol. Its goal is to help communities prevent various types of alcohol-related accidents, violence, and injuries.