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November 2017 Forensic science research and development is critical to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the nation's crime laboratories.Watch how the National Institute of Justice takes an idea from a need to a reality in the laboratory.He also speaks about the impact of the LEADS program and network on his research and professional career.October 2018Joshua Young, a retired corporal of the Ventura Police Department in California and Class of 2015 Scholar of NIJ’s Law Enforcement Advancing Data and Science (LEADS) Program, discusses the American Society of Evidence-Based Policing, which encourages the use of data and research to inform policing.This video describes some of the challenges crime laboratories face in meeting this demand and how National Institute of Justice (NIJ) funding has strengthened crime labs and encouraged innovation in forensic techniques.
May 2017 Steven James (Assistant Research Professor, Washington State University, College of Medicine) and Lois James (Assistant Professor, Washington State University, College of Nursing) discuss research on how fatigue and sleep deprivation affect officers when they make critical decisions to use deadly force.
In addition, law officers discuss how the LEADs scholar program equips smaller agencies to improve community relations.
June 2016 In this video, law enforcement officers discuss how NIJ’s Law Enforcement Advancing Data and Science (LEADS) scholar program benefits professional development and fosters research collaboration between law enforcement and scholars.
She said she was inspired by the LEADS Program to begin analyzing this subject.
May 2018 Shon Barnes, a deputy police chief with the Salisbury Police Department in North Carolina and a Class of 2015 scholar of NIJ’s Law Enforcement Advancing Data and Science (LEADS) Program, explains predictive policing and details a quasi-experiment that his department performed.