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NCJ Number: NCJ 243915     Find in a Library
Title: Criminal Justice System State Administrative Agencies: Research Capacity and Experience With Research Collaborations, Findings from the Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships Study (RPPS)
Author(s): Tami P. Sullivan ; Carolina E. Price ; Bonnie S. Fisher
Date Published: 2013
Page Count: 8
Sponsoring Agency: National Institute of Justice
US Department of Justice
Office of Justice Programs
United States of America
Grant Number: 2009-IJ-CX-0207
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Type: Report (Study/Research) ; Technical Assistance
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Based on the results of a survey of 75 criminal justice State Administrative Agencies (SAAs) from 49 States as part of the Researcher-Practitioners Partnerships Study (RPPS), this paper identifies barriers to SAAs conducting collaborative researcher-practitioner research and proposes ways to address these barriers.
Abstract: Survey respondents reported significant barriers to developing research collaborations, including limited financial resources, time constraints, and bureaucratic “red tape.” Regarding funding issues, policy revision is recommended so that SAAs can apply for funding from external sources. Another recommendation is to provide funding mechanisms within SAAs to support research collaborations. Regarding bureaucratic “red tape,” it is recommended that SAAs streamline the process of approval for research projects; this could include appointing a person or committee to oversee research in SAAs. This would be part of a State government’s review of procurement and other policies, so as to determine the extent to which they impede or prohibit research collaborations. Time constraints can be addressed through more efficient organization and methodology. This can be facilitated by opening the development of the research agenda to a wider array of SAA and university systems. This can also result in more meaningful research projects with stronger “real-world” application. 2 references
Main Term(s): Criminology
Index Term(s): Research programs ; Research methods ; Research uses in policymaking ; University/Criminal Justice Agency Collaboration ; NIJ final report
Note: For other reports from this project, see NCJ-243911-14 and NCJ-243916-18.
   
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