Evaluation of Cure Violence

With funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), the Research and Evaluation (R&E) Center at John Jay College is working in partnership with the Center for Court Innovation (CCI) to evaluate the efficacy and outcomes of  the “Cure Violence” model of violence reduction.  For more information: Project summary        

National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention

Through a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, the Research and Evaluation Center is assessing the efforts of the National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention.  For more information: Project summary            

Assessing Gun Violence Reduction Strategies in New York City

The Research & Evaluation Center received funding from the New York City Council to assess the implementation of gun violence reduction initiatives in New York City neighborhoods.  For more information: Project summary            

Criminal Justice Policy Research

The Research & Evaluation Center is working with Justice Fellowship (JF) to provide expertise and support that will advance JF’s goal of changing the national narrative on criminal justice.  For more information: Project summary            

Assessing “Close to Home” in New York City

An investigation of the feasibility, implementation, and impact of New York’s youth justice realignment effort known as Close to Home. For more information: Project summary            

Monitoring Reforms in Youth Justice

With funding from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Research and Evaluation (R&E) Center at John Jay College of Criminal Justice conceptualized a process for monitoring the quality of youth justice reforms at the state and local level.  For more information: Project summary            

Pinkerton Fellowship Initiative

The Pinkerton Fellowship Initiative, one of two graduate fellowships housed at the Research and Evaluation Center, is a collaboration between The Pinkerton Foundation and the John Jay College of Criminal Justice.  For more information: Project summary            

Building Research Capacity: Youth Advocate Programs, Inc.

The Research and Evaluation Center is working with Youth Advocate Programs, Inc. (YAP) to enhance the research and evaluation focus of YAP. For more information: Project summary            

Rudin Research Partnerships

With the support of Susan and Jack Rudin, the Rudin Research Partnership program allows the R&E Center to collaborate on research projects with the faculty of John Jay College and organizations in the justice systems of New York. For more information: Project summary              

Evaluation of the OJJDP Community Based Violence Prevention Initiative

The Center is evaluating the Department of Justice’s the Community-Based Violence Prevention Demonstration Program (CBVP).  For more information: Project summary