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Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) / Randomized Field Experiment

Refers to an experimental research design in which participants are randomly assigned to a treatment or a control group. Most social scientists consider random assignment to lead to the highest level of confidence that observed effects are the result of the program and not other variables.

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

Algorithms that Mimic the Brain's Processing Networks Preferred for Some Functions of Face Detection and Recognition Technology, NIJ, March 2020
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History of NIJ Support for Face Recognition Technology, NIJ, March 2020
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Just Science Podcast: Just Another Method for Detecting Fentanyl, NIJ-Sponsored, March 2020
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Video: Reducing Traffic Fatalities: NIJ LEADS Scholar Spotlight, NIJ, March 2020
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Video: Incorporating Research and Data Into Criminal Justice Agencies - NIJ LEADS Alumni Spotlight, NIJ, March 2020
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