NIJ Conference 2011: Interviews

Brief interviews with panelists and presenters on a variety of criminal justice topics were recorded at the 2011 NIJ Conference.

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Collaboration Between Researchers and Law Enforcement Agencies
Michel Moore, Director, Office of Special Operations, Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles, Calif.
NIJ Conference
June 2011
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Translating Science from Research Agencies to Policymakers and Practitioners
Patrick Gallagher, Director, National Institute of Standards and Technology
NIJ Conference
June 2011
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Video of the interview (00:02:43)


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Crimesolutions.gov: "What Works" in Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice and Crime Victim Services
Edward Latessa, University of Cincinnati
NIJ Conference
June 2011
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Video of the interview (00:02:04)


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Keeping Police Officers Safe on the Road
John E. Shanks, National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
NIJ Conference
June 2011
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Beyond Community Policing: The Importance of Community Building
Michael Davis, Chief of Police, Brooklyn Park Police Department, Minn.
NIJ Conference
June 2011
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Video of the interview (00:03:01)


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Action Research and the Community to Criminal Justice Feedback Loop
Edward Davis, Police Commissioner, Boston Police Department, Mass,
NIJ Conference
June 2011
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Diminishing Resources & Gang Prevention
Mario Maciel, Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services, San Jose, Calif.
NIJ Conference
June 2011
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Preventing Kids From Gang-Joining: Collaboration Matters
Tom Simon, Centers for Disease Control
NIJ Conference
June 2011
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A Look at NIJ Standards and Testing
NIJ Conference
Interview
June 2011
Debra Stoe, National Institute of Justice
Tom Sharkey, National Bomb Squad Advisory Committee
Ed Bailor, U.S. Capitol Police (ret.).
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Learning from 9/11: Forensic Science and Identifying Human Remains
NIJ Conference
Interview
June 2011
Robert Shaler, Pennsylvania State University (ret.).
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Terrorism Research Before and After 9/11
NIJ Conference
Interview
June 2011
Gary LaFree, Director of the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism, University of Maryland
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Video of the interview (00:02:08)


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Making Community Supervision Safer through Electronic Monitoring
NIJ Conference
Interview
June 2011
George Drake, Community Corrections Program Manager, Corrections Technology Center of Excellence
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The Stockholm Prize in Criminology
NIJ Conference
Interview
June 2011
John Laub, Director, National Institute of Justice
Robert Sampson, Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences, Harvard University

NIJ Director John H. Laub, and his long-time research partner Robert J. Sampson  received the 2011 Stockholm Prize in Criminology. They received the award for their research on how and why criminals stop offending. Doctors Laub and Sampson discuss their work on longest life-course study of criminal behavior ever conducted. They found that even highly active criminals can stop committing crimes after key turning points in life. These turning points include marriage, military service, employment and the joining of other institutions and social networks that result in a cutting off of one's ties to offending peer groups.
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Date Modified: November 16, 2011