Jukka Savolainen

National Archive of Criminal Justice Data-University of Michigan Archive Services-YR4

Research Project Description

As part of this continuation agreement (2013-IJ-R-1168), NACJD will concentrate efforts on three tasks: Archiving and External Relations. For Task 1, NACJD will continue to process and preserve data collections with an anticipated release of approximately 90 Fast Track Release studies and the release of the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey 2010 and American Indian and Alaskan Native Data. Related to Task 2, External Relations, NACJD will assist NIJ in program development and planning for the future of the archive that include developing the NACJD/NIJ/Arnold Foundation Partnership, launching new NACJD website, establishing NACJD social media presence, exhibiting at ACJS and ASC conferences, and meeting NISVS Panel at ASC 2016 Annual Meeting. For Task 3, NACJD will hold the NISVS Data workshop.

Funding:
Department of Justice
(2013-IJR-1168 / R75SRO2205)

Funding Period: 4/1/2016 to 3/31/2017

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