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Protect, Heal, Thrive: Lessons Learned From the Defending Childhood Demonstration Program (06/15/2015)

In May 2015, NIJ released a process evaluation of six Defending Childhood Initiative demonstration sites offers valuable insight into planning, implementing and sustaining children exposed to violence programs in urban, rural and tribal areas. Read the process evaluation report here. can provide more information on evidence-based programs and practices focused on children exposed to violence. Visit the Juveniles/Children Exposed to Violence topic page.

Pretrial, Probation and Parole Supervision Week--July 12-18, 2015 (06/15/2015)

The American Probation and Parole Association sponsors the Pretrial, Probation and Parole Supervision Week, which will take place July 12-18, 2015. The week is to commemorate the important work done by community corrections in keeping our communities safe. can help these professionals and their organizations identify evidence-based programs and practices focused on pretrial, probation and parole. Visit the Corrections & Reentry/Community Corrections topic pages.

New Topic Pages on! (06/04/2015) created new topic pages to help you easily locate evaluations on School Safety and Bullying.

Plan for Program Evaluation from the Start (06/02/2015)
Having evaluation in mind when designing a program can help ensure the success of future evaluations. Read more about this topic from the National Institute of Justice Journal.
Publications Available to Support Juvenile Reentry (09/09/2014)
With the support of OJJDP, the National Reentry Resource Center has released Measuring and Using Juvenile Recidivism Data to Inform Policy, Practice, and Resource Allocation and Core Principles for Reducing Recidivism and Improving Other Outcomes for Youth in the Juvenile Justice System. These materials are meant to help state and local governments reduce recidivism and improve outcomes for youth in juvenile justice settings.
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