Browsing Publications by Subject "Criminal justice"

Browsing Publications by Subject "Criminal justice"

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  • Thelin, Rachel; Jarjoura, Roger (IU Public Policy Institute, 2008-01)
    From federal fiscal year 1998 through 2006, Indiana received over $28 million in Juvenile Accountability Block Grants (JABG) awards, allocated by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP). The Indiana ...
  • Baumer, Terry; Newby, Bill; LaMade, Megan; Seymour, Amy (IU Public Policy Institute, 2008-07)
    In February 2007 the Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) implemented a Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) pilot program for paroled sex offenders residing in Vanderburgh (Southern district) and St. Joseph (Northern ...
  • Ray, Brad; Sapp, Dona; Thelin, Rachel (IU Public Policy Institute, 2017-03)
    Research has shown for many years that, nationally, persons with mental illness are disproportionately represented in jail and prison. The federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recognizes ...
  • Thelin, Rachel (IU Public Policy Institute, 2011-09)
    The Gangbusters: Schools, Gangs and Bullies – Making the Connection summit was held on September 23, 2011. Several sessions that were part of previous CAGI Prevention/Intervention conferences were offered, including Gangs: ...
  • Nagle, Matthew (IU Public Policy Institute, 2009-10)
    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA, 2009) estimates that over 800,000 drivers are using a cell phone at any given time during the day (11 percent of all drivers). Another study on the risk of a ...
  • Merritt, Breanca; Riggs, Troy; Camacho-Reyes, Karla; Kaur, Joti (IU Public Policy Institute, 2016-01)
    This report reviews factors connected to Indianapolis’ rising homicides and non-fatal shootings during 2015. The overview of 2015’s violent crimes and community-wide issues was a collaborative effort between the Institute ...
  • Ray, Brad; Sapp, Dona; Thelin, Rachel (IU Public Policy Institute, 2016-03)
    In early 2015, the United Way of Central Indiana and the Executive Committee of the Marion Superior Court requested the assistance of the Indiana University Public Policy Institute in conducting a formative process evaluation ...
  • Quinet, Kenna; Newby, Bill (IU Public Policy Institute, 2008)
    This technical report is the fourth in a series of four reports on external causes of death in Indiana. This final report focuses on unintentional firearm deaths, firearm suicides, and homicides in Indiana from 1990-2005.
  • Nunn, Samuel; Quinet, Kenna; Stucky, Thomas; Thelin, Rachel; Sapp, Dona; Newby, Bill (IU Public Policy Institute, 2008-06)
    In January, 2006, the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) contracted with the IUPUI Center for Urban Policy and the Environment (and now with the Center for Criminal Justice Research—CCJR) to perform descriptive ...
  • Sapp, Dona; Thelin, Rachel (IU Public Policy Institute, 2008-01)
    This report summarizes data trends during the period 2001 to 2006 in the areas of child restraint device usage, child passenger seating positions, and driver awareness of recommended child passenger safety standards and ...
  • Sapp, Dona; Nunn, Samuel; Thelin, Rachel; Lisby, Kathy J.; Newby, Bill (IU Public Policy Institute, 2013-12)
    Designing and implementing effective traffic safety policies requires data-driven analysis of traffic collisions. To help in the policy-making process, the Indiana University Public Policy Institute has collaborated ...
  • Nunn, Samuel; Sapp, Dona; Nagle, Matthew; Lisby, Kathy J.; Newby, Bill (IU Public Policy Institute, 2008-01)
    Designing and implementing effective traffic safety policies requires data-driven analysis of traffic collisions. To help in the policy-making process, CCJR collaborates each year with the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute ...
  • Sapp, d; Thelin, Rachel (IU Public Policy Institute, 2013-02)
    For more than a decade, the PPI's Center for Criminal Justice Research (CCJR) has partnered with the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) to address critical issues related to Indiana’s justice systems including: crime ...
  • Nunn, Samuel (IU Public Policy Institute, 2011)
    In January 2008, CCJR contracted with the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute to serve as local research partner for Indiana Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN), U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Indiana. This report ...
  • Wyeth, Debbie; Lisby, Kathy J.; Nagle, Matthew; Newby, Bill; Kloehn, Nichole (IU Public Policy Institute, 2007-08)
    This fact sheet provides information on traffic collisions by county in Indiana in 2006. Information is provided on vehicle registrations, licensed drivers, fatal collisions and fatalities, restraint usage, driver alcohol ...
  • Sapp, Dona; Nagle, Matthew (IU Public Policy Institute, 2007-05)
    Over 4,400 children were injured or killed in Indiana motor vehicle collisions in 2006. While most of these injuries were not life threatening, 45 were fatal and 235 were reported as incapacitating. This fact sheet summarizes ...
  • Nunn, Samuel (IU Public Policy Institute, 2007-05)
    This fact sheet examines several aspects of motorcycle collisions within Indiana, including fatality and injury rates among riders, alcohol-related collisions, helmet use and effectiveness, licensing statistics, traffic ...
  • Nunn, Samuel (IU Public Policy Institute, 2008-05)
    Crashes involving motorcycles or mopeds in Indiana in 2007 produced 124 fatalities consisting of 112 motorcycle operators, nine motorcycle passengers, one driver of another (non-motorcycle) vehicle, and two passengers ...
  • Lisby, Kathy J. (IU Public Policy Institute, 2007-05)
    In 2006, there were 156 speed-related fatal collisions in Indiana that resulted in 171 fatalities. This fact sheet examines Indiana collisions involving speed, characteristics of the drivers who speed (age, gender, type ...
  • Nagle, Matthew (IU Public Policy Institute, 2007-05)
    Motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of death for young people (ages 15 to 20) in the United States. In 2006 in Indiana, this age group represented nine percent of the population, seven percent of licensed drivers, ...

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