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Notes From the Research on Interactions Between Law Enforcement and Youth Discussion
(NCJ 251458) December 2017
Grant, 9 page(s)
Booz Allen Hamilton
The report outlines research methods and questions from a discussion convened by OJJDP in October between a group of researchers, practitioners and federal staff to identify research strategies to support officer, youth and community safety. The discussion highlighted factors that lead to and influence police-youth interactions, and best practices or programs designed to improve interactions.