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The latest issue includes articles on:

  • Learning "social media"
  • Meth lab training
  • Primer on body-worn cameras
  • Prototype portable LPR system

TechBeat Exit Notice is published by NIJ's NLECTC System.

Learn more about this year's fellows in each of our three fellowship programs:

NIJ is seeking manufacturers interested in supplying through-wall sensor devices for a planned evaluation.

The evaluation will focus on field operation in civilian law enforcement scenarios.

Find details in the Federal Register.

NIJ has funded more than 50 free or low cost software tools, apps and databases.

The catalog includes tools that can be used for digital forensics, crime mapping and analysis, finding missing persons, and more.

Browse our catalog of software, apps and databases.

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October is Domestic Violence Month

People who deal with domestic violence want to do what works — and stop doing what research shows does not work.

Research has identified a host of practical steps for reducing domestic violence.

Learn more about domestic violence research.

Research for the Real World Seminar

Join NIJ for our next seminar, "The Neurobiology of Sexual Assault: Implications for First Responders in Law Enforcement, Prosecution and Victim Advocacy," a presentation by Rebecca Campbell, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Michigan State University.

When: October 29, 2012, 10-11:30 am ET
Where: Washington, D.C.

Learn more and RSVP to attend.