Watch Video Interviews from the 2011 NIJ Conference

The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) has made the videos of four interviews from its 2011 Conference available online.

These videos include:

A Look at NIJ Standards and Testing
Debra Stoe, National Institute of Justice
Tom Sharkey, National Bomb Squad Advisory Committee
Ed Bailor, U.S. Capitol Police (ret.).

Learning from 9/11: Forensic Science and Identifying Human Remains
Robert Shaler, Pennsylvania State University (ret.).

Terrorism Research Before and After 9/11
Gary LaFree, Director of the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism, University of Maryland

Making Community Supervision Safer through Electronic Monitoring
George Drake, Community Corrections Program Manager, Corrections Technology Center of Excellence

Watch on NIJ.gov or the Department of Justice's YouTube channel.

 
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