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BJS and OJJDP Announce Fellowship Opportunity on Juvenile Justice Data Analysis

April 20, 2016

The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) has announced the following fellowship solicitation:

  • FY 2016 BJS Visiting Fellows: Criminal Justice Statistics Programs. OJJDP, in collaboration with BJS, seeks a Visiting Fellow to enhance its capacity to analyze and report critical data to the field regarding juvenile justice populations. OJJDP and BJS are particularly interested in hosting a Fellow to expand OJJDP’s capability to analyze and report data on youth in adult prisons and jails, needs of youth in custody and availability of services, and youth victimization and offending. Applications are due by May 23, 2016.
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Visit OJP’s funding page for information about other current funding opportunities.


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