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Betsy Pearl
202-305-0927
E-mail: Elizabeth.Pearl@usdoj.gov

Daring to Fail: First-Person Stories of Criminal Justice Reform, (NCJ 233452), Bureau of Justice Assistance, 2010. With support from BJA, the Center for Court Innovation has released Daring to Fail: First-Person Stories of Criminal Justice Reform, a collection of interviews with leading criminal justice thinkers and policymakers that offers valuable lessons about leadership, management, and innovation.
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Increasing Analytic Capacity of State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies: Moving Beyond Data Analysis to Create a Vision for Change, (NCJ 242572) BJA-Sponsored, 2012. This report provides an in-depth look at the successful integration of analytics within law enforcement agencies. It examines the application and impact of several initiatives, some of which are based on intelligence-led policing.
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Innovation in the Criminal Justice System: A National Survey of Criminal Justice Leaders, This Center for Court Innovation resource presents findings of a survey of more than 600 police chiefs, state chief judges, elected prosecutors, and probation commissioners on their attitudes toward justice system innovation.
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Reducing Officer Injuries Final Report: A Summary of Data Findings and Recommendations from a Multi-Agency Injury Tracking Study, This report provides an in-depth review of data collected during a study in which eighteen agencies tracked officer injuries over the course of 1 year. Also highlighted are other findings pertinent to injury trends and officer safety considerations.
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Spur to Innovation: An Examination of the Bureau of Justice Assistance's Field-Initiated Grant Program, The Center for Court Innovation has conducted a study of the field-initiated initiative, which includes an examination of work undertaken by fiscal year 2009 and 2010 projects as well as a broader analysis of the field-initiated project.
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Reducing Officer Injuries Study Fact Sheet, BJA-Sponsored, October 2013. This fact sheet presents notable findings from a BJA-sponsored multi-department assessment of officer injuries over 1 year.
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Intelligence-Driven Prosecution Model: A Case Study in the New York County District Attorney's Office, BJA-Sponsored, September 2016. This study aims to document how the Intelligence-Driven Prosecution Model (IDPM) operates and explores IDPM's implementation and effects in New York County (Manhattan).
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Funding Available for Field-Initiated Programs

BJA is seeking applications through the Encouraging Innovation: Field-Initiated Programs FY 2016 opportunity. This program contributes to the development of strategic and innovative programs and strategies that will improve the criminal justice system; reduce crime, recidivism, and unnecessary confinement; and promote a safe and fair criminal justice system. Applications are due March 29, 2016.


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Encouraging Innovation: Field-Initiated Programs FY 2016 Competitive Grant Announcement
Application Deadline: 03/29/2016, 11:59 PM
BJA is seeking applications for funding to support strategic and/or innovative field-initiated programs. This program furthers the Department’s mission by contributing to the development of strategic and innovative programs and strategies that will improve the criminal justice system; reduce crime, recidivism, and unnecessary confinement; and promote a safe and fair criminal justice system.
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Encouraging Innovation: Field-Initiated Programs FY 2013 Competitive Grant Announcement
Application Deadline: 04/12/2013, 11:59 PM
BJA is seeking concept papers for funding to support strategic and innovative field-initiated programs that will improve the criminal justice system; reduce crime, recidivism, and unnecessary confinement; and promote a safe and fair criminal justice system.
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