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Can I cite the CrimeSolutions.gov review in my materials and, if so, how should it be cited?

Intervention materials, including Web sites, may state that a program or practice has been reviewed and posted on CrimeSolutions.gov. After a profile has been posted on CrimeSolutions.gov, interested parties may Submit Feedback to request the CrimeSolutions.gov logo graphic. The logo may be used as a link to CrimeSolutions.gov or in the materials related to the program or practice. However, the posting of a program summary on CrimeSolutions.gov does not constitute an endorsement, promotion, or approval of the intervention by CrimeSolutions.gov or OJP. Please refer to the What is the purpose of CrimeSolutions.gov? FAQ for additional information.

CrimeSolutions.gov recommends the following citation format for program/practice profiles and summaries: Office of Justice Programs. Name of program or practice. Retrieved [month, date, year profile was accessed], from CrimeSolutions.gov, [URL of summary].