The National Juvenile Justice Evaluation Center (NJJEC) assists state, local, and tribal entities with the evaluation of juvenile justice programs and implementation of evidence-based initiatives. We provide a number of resources to guide juvenile justice agencies and practitioners to select, implement, evaluate, and sustain programs supported by research evidence.
Check out the latest edition of the NJJEC Bulletin !
DATE CHANGE: Our upcoming webinar, Drilling Down: An Analytical Look at EBP Resources will be held on February 6, 2014. Register Here
NJJEC Webinar Demystifying Survey Data Collection is available on the NJJEC Trainings page.
Data Demos - video clips demonstrating basic skills and techniques for recording and summarizing data.
NJJEC is a project of the Justice Research and Statistics Association (JRSA). JRSA previously had a similar project called the Juvenile Justice Evaluation Center (JJEC). Many resources from the JJEC project are available on this website.
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