Evidence-based practice in crime and justice

The Campbell Collaboration promotes the use of evidence-informed policy formulation and practice in the areas of social welfare, international development, education and crime and justice. The Campbell Crime and Justice group prepares reviews on the effects of criminological and criminal justice interventions in order to inform criminal justice policies, to reduce crime and increase justice in society.

In a recent interview with CriminalJusticeProgams.com, Dr. Phelan Wyrick, of CrimeSolutions.gov, discusses the importance of evidence-based practice in criminal justice, juvenile justice, and crime victim services.

Watch the interview with Dr. Phelan Wyrick here.

For more information on evidence-based practice in the criminal justice field, please visit The Campbell Crime and Justice Coordinating Group, CriminalJusticePrograms.com or CrimeSolutions.gov.

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