JRSA Forum, June 2013, Volume 31, Number 2
June 2013  Vol. 31, No. 2
 

Contents

NATIONAL SCENE

National Crime Statistics Exchange (NCS-X): Building on NIBRS for More Accurate National Crime Estimates

International Association of Crime Analysts: Who We Are and What We Do

Karol Mason Confirmed to Head OJP

JRSA NEWS

JRSA Webinar Explores SAC Use of Administrative Records

JRSA Staff Deliver Webinar on Adapting Evidence-Based Practices

JRSA Online Resources

SAC NEWS

Kansas SAC Continues Data Collection and Analysis Efforts

Massachusetts Convenes Researchers Group and Also Partners with Pew on Results First

Vermont's Morris Chosen as Academic Fellow to Study Terrorism Defense









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Nancy Michel, Managing Editor

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Vermont's Morris Chosen as Academic Fellow to Study Terrorism Defense

Travis Morris, Ph.D

Travis Morris, Ph.D., a Research Associate at the Vermont Center for Justice Research (VCJR) and Assistant Professor at Norwich University, has been named an Academic Fellow by the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (FDD), a non-partisan policy institute headquartered in Washington, D.C. As a 2013-14 Academic Fellow, he will travel to Israel at the end of June for an intensive and multidisciplinary study of the ways in which democratic nations can defend themselves from terrorism. Dr. Morris, who conducts research and training on evidence-based policing for the VCJR, also teaches courses at Norwich University on policing, terrorism, criminology, and homeland security.