Nebraska Center for Justice Research.
The Consortium for Crime and Justice Research has transformed into a new multidisciplinary research center and is now the Nebraska Center for Justice Research.
The Nebraska Center for Justice Research was introduced by LB 907 on January 15, 2014, signed by the Legislature on April 10, approved by the Governor on April 16, and becomes effective July 2014. It is being considered for approval by the Nebraska Board of Regents in the summer of 2014. .
The mission of the Nebraska Center for Justice Research is to develop and sustain research capacity internal to the State of Nebraska to assist the Legislature in research, evaluation, and policymaking to reduce recidivism, promote the use of evidence-based practices in corrections, and improve public safety.
CCJR is transforming into the Nebraska Center for Justice Research.