The 2014 National Forum on Criminal Justice was held August 10 - 13 in Breckenridge, Colorado.
The theme was integrating, research, policy and technolgy to improve public safety. Data-driven decision making is crucial to preventing and reducing crime in our communities. Only through collaboration can decision makers have access to research and technology needed to drive good policy. Because investments in public safety by state, tribal and local justice agencies are increasingly focused on employing evidence-based practices and programs, it is paramount to know what’s needed, what works, and why.
Click below to view workshop descriptions, speaker bios, powerpoint presentations, and handouts from the 2014 National Forum on Criminal , as well as NCJA's post-conference seminar on building collaborative approaches for local, regional and state criminal justice strategic planning: