The Council on Crime and Justice has been researching the various facets of Minnesota's criminal justice system since the 1960's. The results of this research help us to better understand not only what is and is not working within the criminal justice system, but also why. Research findings inform the development of the Council's demonstration projects and advocacy initiatives which are rigorously tested to ensure effectiveness. Our research team also conducts intensive evaluations of internal and external programs and service projects.
The Council on Crime and Justice conducts "action orientated" research. This means examining the causes of crime and violence in order to develop an appropriate response. Research findings inform the development of the Council's demonstration projects and advocacy initiatives. Internal evaluations ensure the research and projects are staying on track and achieveing inteded results and purposes.
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