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  • Anticipated FY 2019 Solicitations that Support Law Enforcement
    NCJ 252171, October 2018, BJA, (2 pages).
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  • Addressing Law Enforcement Needs, Ensuring Performance: NIJ Revising Voluntary Equipment Standards
    NCJ 252810, 2019, NIJ-Sponsored, (2 pages).
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  • American Probation and Parole Association's Drug Testing Guidelines and Practices for Adult Probation and Parole Agencies
    NCJ 129199, 1991, BJA-Sponsored, (142 pages).
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  • Americans With Disabilities Act and Criminal Justice: Hiring New Employees
    NCJ 147479, P N Rubin, 1994, NIJ, (7 pages).
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  • Americans With Disabilities Act: Emergency Response Systems and Telecommunication Devices for the Deaf
    NCJ 151177, Paula N. Rubin; Toni Dunne, 1995, NIJ, (8 pages).
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  • ADAM (Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring Program) 1997 Annual Report on Adult and Juvenile Arrestees
    NCJ 171672, 1998, NIJ, (78 pages).
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  • Annual Report on Drug Use Among Adult and Juvenile Arrestees, 1998
    NCJ 175656, 1999, NIJ, (111 pages).
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  • Annual Report on Cocaine Use Among Arrestees, 1998
    NCJ 175657, D Hunt; P Newton; K Carrigan; S Kuck; Q McMullen; C Putnam; W Rhodes; T Rich; G Yacoubian; S Young, 1999, NIJ, (27 pages).
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  • Annual Report on Marijuana Use Among Arrestees, 1998
    NCJ 175658, D Hunt; P Newton; K Carrigan; S Kuck; Q McMullen; C Putnam; W Rhodes; T Rich; G Yacoubian; S Young, 1999, NIJ, (29 pages).
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  • Annual Report on Opiate Use Among Arrestees, 1998
    NCJ 175659, D Hunt; P Newton; K Carrigan; S Kuck; Q McMullen; C Putnam; W Rhodes; T Rich; G Yacoubian; S Young, 1999, NIJ, (29 pages).
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  • Addressing Real World Stab and Slash Threats
    NCJ 250159, August 2016, NIJ-Sponsored, (2 pages).
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  • Model Year Police Vehicle Evaluation 2019
    NCJ 252820, November 2018, NIJ-Sponsored, (120 pages).
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  • Laboratory Auditing and Accreditation: A CD-Based Workshop
    NCJ 193750, 2001, CD-ROM, NIJ
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  • Proposed Methods for Measuring DMC as Required by the 2002 JJDP Act: An Overview of the DMC Relative Rate Index
    NCJ 205291, Jeffrey Butts, August 4, 2003, Videotape, OJJDP
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  • Lessons Learned From 9/11: DNA Identification in Mass Fatality Incidents
    NCJ 215295, 2006, CD-ROM, NIJ
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  • Mass Spectral and Chromatographic Studies on a Series of Regioisomers and Isobaric Derivatives Related To Methylenedioxymethamphetamines
    NCJ 231590, Tamer A. Awad, August 2010, NIJ-Sponsored, (315 pages).
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  • NIJ Conference 2010: Opening Remarks by Laurie Robinson, Assistant Attorney General, Office of Justice Programs
    NCJ 234679, Laurie O. Robinson, June 2010, NIJ, (3 pages).
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  • Notifying Sexual Assault Victims After Testing Evidence
    NCJ 249153, January 2016, Report, NIJ, OVC, (20 pages).
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  • Program: Helping Women Recover Program (in a Drug Court Setting) - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    Home  |  Help  |  Contact Us  |  Site Map   |  Glossary Advanced Search San Diego combine intensive supervision, mandatory drug testing, graduating sanctions, and community-based
     
         
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  • Program: Baltimore City (Md.) Drug Treatment Court - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    Drug testing is also performed in a series of phases of decreasing intensity After that time, drug testing is completed randomly throughout the remaining time an
     
         
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  • Program: Bronx (NY) Treatment Court - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    Home  |  Help  |  Contact Us  |  Site Map   |  Glossary Advanced Search Community Corrections Inmate Programs & Treatment Recidivism Reentry/Release The third phase is the only
     
         
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  • Program: Multnomah County (Ore.) Sanction Treatment Opportunity Progress (STOP) Drug Diversion Program - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    Home  |  Help  |  Contact Us  |  Site Map   |  Glossary Advanced Search Community Corrections Inmate Programs & Treatment Recidivism Reentry/Release It is ultimately up to the
     
         
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  • Program: Hawaii Opportunity Probation with Enforcement (HOPE) - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    are assigned to a color group that corresponds to a required frequency of drug testing they are required to report to the courthouse for drug testing before 2 p.m. that day
     
         
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  • Program: Utah Juvenile Drug Courts - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    treatment intensity, frequency of random drug testing, and judicial-hearing frequency Similarly, random drug testing could include testing by phase (3 times per week in phase 1
     
         
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  • Program: Juvenile Drug Courts With Contingency Management and Multisystemic Therapy - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    Home  |  Help  |  Contact Us  |  Site Map   |  Glossary Advanced Search Juvenile drug court programs involve drug testing, ongoing case management, and weekly status
     
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  • How is DNA analyzed and used?
    DNA has been used for forensic examinations since the late 1980s, with DNA testing advancing signifi... Read More
    Last Updated: March 25, 2014
     
         
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  • Where can I learn about funding through the Postconviction Testing Grant Program?
    The Justice for All Act of 2004 authorized funds for the Kirk Bloodsworth Postconviction DNA Testing... Read More
    Last Updated: March 23, 2010
     
         
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  • Where can I locate information on drug-free workplace programs and workplace drug testing?
    You can locate information about drug-free workplace programs and workplace drug testing by visiting... Read More
    Last Updated: December 10, 2010
     
         
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  • Where can I find a list of National Institute of Justice (NIJ) approved testing laboratories?
    See the NIJ/NLECTC Approved Testing Laboratories section of the Justice Technology Information Cente... Read More
    Last Updated: December 29, 2017
     
         
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  • Where can I find more information about the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Standards?
    You can view information about National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Standards on the NIJ Standards an... Read More
    Last Updated: August 09, 2017
     
         
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  • How can I develop a school-based drug testing program?
    Information about student drug testing programs can be found on the Frequently Asked Questions About... Read More
    Last Updated: April 16, 2019
     
         
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  • Where can I learn more about student drug testing programs in schools?
    Information about student drug testing programs can be found on the Frequently Asked Questions About... Read More
    Last Updated: April 16, 2019
     
         
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  • Where can I locate information about wrongful convictions?
    Access the Postconviction Testing and Wrongful Convictions section of the National Institute of Just... Read More
    Last Updated: October 31, 2016
     
         
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  • Do you have any information on polygraph testing?
    For information on polygraph testing, please contact the American Polygraph Association. You may al... Read More
    Last Updated: June 21, 2013
     
         
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  • Where can I find the standards for hearing protection during firearms training?
    Please see the following National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Standard regarding this topic: Hearing ... Read More
    Last Updated: August 09, 2017
     
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  • NCJRS: Reentry Special Feature
    https://www.ncjrs.gov/reentry/index.html
         
         
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  • U.S. Department of Education: Reentry Education Tool Kit
    http://lincs.ed.gov/reentryed/
         
         
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  • Justice Technology Information Center (JTIC): Law Enforcement Technology
    https://www.justnet.org/law-enforcement/LE-tech-overview.html
         
         
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  • Academic Consortium on Criminal Justice Health (ACCJH)
    https://www.accjh.org/
         
         
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  • "Swift and Certain" Sanctions in Probation Are Highly Effective: Evaluation of the HOPE Program
    https://www.nij.gov/topics/corrections/community/drug-offenders/pages/hawaii-hope.aspx
         
         
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  • National Network for Safe Communities: Swift, Certain, & Fair
    https://nnscommunities.org/our-work/strategy/swift-certain-fair
         
         
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  • Swift Certain Fair Resource Center
    http://scfcenter.org/
         
         
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  • National Institute of Justice (NIJ): Untested Evidence in Sexual Assault Cases
    https://www.nij.gov/topics/law-enforcement/investigations/sexual-assault/Pages/untested-sexual-assault.aspx
         
         
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  • Medical Advocates for Prisoners
    http://www.medadvocates.org/marg/marg/incar/main.html
         
         
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  • National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders
    http://www.nacro.org.uk/
         
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    Last Updated: August 20, 2019