The purpose of the OJJDP FY 2007 Field-Initiated Research and Evaluation Program is to support new and ongoing rigorous, scientific research and evaluation studies that inform the discipline of juvenile justice, including the prevention, intervention, and treatment of juvenile delinquency and child victimization. This includes research and evaluation projects targeted at gaining knowledge regarding these issues within specific populations, such as Tribal youth.
Number of Awards: 8
Total Amount Awarded: $3,270,139
A field-initiated research project conducting comprehensive meta-analysis of 2003-07 data on justice-involved minority and tribal youth in a Southwestern border community.
Bridges and Barriers: The Educational Attainment of Youth Returning from Detention and Correctional Facilities
Sustained Impact of a Community-Based Intensive Supervision Probation Program on Minority Youth at Varying Risk Levels
Tribal youth victimization and juvenile delinquency: Understanding the connection to prevent the cycle
- OJJDP FY 2022 Victims of Child Abuse Act Tribal Children's Advocacy Centers Training and Technical Assistance
- OJJDP FY 2022 Victims of Child Abuse Act Training and Technical Assistance for Child Abuse Prosecutors
- OJJDP FY 2021 Supporting Effective Interventions for Adolescent Sex Offenders and Children with Sexual Behavior Problems