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Law Enforcement Programs at a Glance
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Law Enforcement

Local, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement officers perform a number of prevention and enforcement functions and duties across the United States (U.S.). Examples of these include criminal investigation, patrol and call response, community-based crime prevention, corrections and detention supervision, court operations, and security or protection.

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OJP Publications

Development of a Mobile, Automated Tool Mark Characterization/Comparison System, NIJ-Sponsored, 2017
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Federal Justice Statistics, 2013 - Statistical Tables, BJS, March 2017
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Federal Justice Statistics, 2014 - Statistical Tables, BJS, March 2017
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Hidden Consequences: The Impact of Incarceration on Dependent Children, NIJ, March 2017
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A Law Enforcement Official's Guide to the OJJDP Comprehensive Gang Model, OJJDP-Sponsored, March 2017
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Is there a program for mapping crime around a school or university?
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How can law enforcement agencies and other public and private sector stakeholders prepare for and respond to active shooter situations?
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Where can I find the latest statistics on youth arrested for vandalism?
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