Join the Office of Justice Programs on October 21, 2016 at 10:00 AM EDT for an engaging livestream discussion about a community-based approach to juvenile justice.

NIJ-sponsored researchers will discuss their new paper that reviews recent research in developmental psychology to recommend a replacement to the current youth prison model.

Register to livestream the event.

In addition to updating our research agenda on teen dating violence, NIJ is sharing new information discovered through recent research. This includes the following topics:

  • Do Teens and Adults Think of Teen Dating Violence in Similar Ways?
  • Building Healthy Teen Relationships: An Evaluation of a Dating Violence Prevention Program with Middle School Students
  • Dating Violence Among Latino Teenagers
  • Prevalence of Teen Dating Violence

Review the updated webpages .

Become an NIJ Fellow

Graduate Research Fellowships, Apply by November 21

Doctoral students can work with their organizations to submit applications for our Graduate Research Fellowship solicitations for the Social and Behavioral Sciences or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

Review the solicitations.

Pathways to Violent Extremism

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Forensic psychologist John Horgan discusses the types and ideologies of lone-actor terrorists and how the bystander effect creates challenges to preventing and intervening on possible domestic radicalization situations early.

Watch on YouTube.