The National Juvenile Justice Evaluation Center (NJJEC) is designed to assist 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.
NJJEC INFORMATIONThe Justice Research and Statistics Association is working with the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention to:
- Improve evaluation capacity in juvenile justice programming
- Facilitate the use of evidence-based programs and practices in state, local, and tribal juvenile justice systems
- Enhance the capacity of states, tribes, and localities to evaluate juvenile justice programs
TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
The National Juvenile Justice Evaluation Center offers training and technical assistance to enhance the evaluation and performance measurement capacity of states, tribes, and localities. For more information, see NJJEC Trainings and Presentations.
Carrie Williamson, Ph.D.
National Juvenile Justice Evaluation Center
Justice Research and Statistics Association
720 7th Street NW, Third Floor, Washington, DC 20001
phone: (202) 842-9330
fax: (202) 448-1723