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Working Out What to Do: Evidence-Based Crime Reduction, NIJ-Sponsored, 2002, NCJ 193161. (74 pages).
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Analysis of Communications Effectiveness for First Responders During TOPOFF 2000, NIJ-Sponsored, August 2000, NCJ 184937. (78 pages).
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Assessment of a Multi-Agency Approach to Drug Involved Gang Members, NIJ-Sponsored, June 1996, NCJ 185252. (97 pages).
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Children and Domestic Violence: Challenges for Prosecutors, NIJ-Sponsored, October 2000, NCJ 185355. (111 pages).
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Cultural Issues Affecting Domestic Violence Service Utilization in Ethnic and Hard to Reach Populations, Executive Summary, NIJ-Sponsored, 2000, NCJ 185352. (8 pages).
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Cultural Issues Affecting Domestic Violence Service Utilization in Ethnic and Hard to Reach Populations, Final Report, NIJ-Sponsored, 2000, NCJ 185357. (204 pages).
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Demonstration of the Use of an Encapsulated Perfluorocarbon Vapor Taggant to Track and Detect Currency or Contraband, Final Report, NIJ-Sponsored, 2000, NCJ 184933. (17 pages).
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Development of Inexpensive RADAR Flashlight for Law Enforcement and Corrections Applications, NIJ-Sponsored, April 2000, NCJ 185251. (12 pages).
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Evaluation of Oleoresin Capsicum (O.C.) Use by Law Enforcement Agencies: Impact on Injuries to Officers and Suspects, Final Activity Report, NIJ-Sponsored, 2000, NCJ 184934. (24 pages).
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Evaluation of Oleoresin Capsicum (O.C.) Use by Law Enforcement Agencies: Impact on Injuries to Officers and Suspects, Summary of Research Findings, NIJ-Sponsored, 2000, NCJ 184935. (8 pages).
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