Posts 400th Program Listing, a website managed by the National Institute of Justice, recently achieved a milestone in its programs and practice holdings, assembling more than 400 programs and 50 practices on the website to help inform practitioners and policymakers about what works, what doesn't, and what's promising in criminal justice, juvenile justice, and crime victim services. organizes evidence about what works in a way that helps inform program and policy decisions. It is a central resource you can turn to when you need to find an evidence-based program for your community or want to know if a program you are funding is effective.

Topics covered include:
  • Corrections & Reentry
  • Courts
  • Crime & Crime Prevention
  • Drugs & Substance Abuse
  • Juveniles
  • Law Enforcement
  • Technology & Forensics
  • Victims & Victimization
You can learn more by visiting
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Crime Scene Revisited

Faces of the victims recovered from the scene of a genocide.