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Faculty within the school often collaborate with community partners by providing research assistance that addresses specific needs, informs best practices, and shapes evidenced-based policies.

The School also houses the Nebraska Center for Justice Research and the Juvenile Justice Institute, which receive some of their funding from the state of Nebraska to provide research support for projects related to important topics to the Legislature.

Below is a partial list and brief description of projects with community partners conducted within the School.

Projects are listed by the year funding was awarded, dating back to 2014.

The evaluation focuses on the relationship between programming dosage and youth outcomes such as math scores, reading scores, and truancy.

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Duration: 2016 Funding agency: Completely KIDS Funded amount: ,294 Principle investigator(s): Ryan Spohn, Ph. This project involves and evaluation of the Completely KIDS program at Liberty Elementary to determine its relationship with youth program outcomes.Duration: 2016-18 Funding agency: Douglas County/Sherwood Foundation Funded amount: 6,808 Principal investigators: Emily Wright, Ph. The researchers will develop a Theory of Change to provide a roadmap for how ATDs will be implemented to result in best outcomes for Douglas County youth.Duration: Ongoing Funding agency: NU Foundation Funded amount: 0,000 - 300,000 annually Principle investigator(s): Ryan Spohn, Laura Schoenrock This study involves an evaluation of the Transformation Project, a program that facilitates prisoners in developing a foundation for learning and motivation to change through a process of self-reflection and goal setting.Based on the life and teachings of Malcolm X, the project aims to reduce recidivism, encourage positive inmate behavior, and promote positive behavior in the community upon reentry. This project will assess the state of Alternatives to Detention (ATD) in Douglas County.

Duration: 2015-17 Funding agency: City of Omaha/Bureau of Justice Assistance Funded amount: 0,000 (UNO portion: ,989) Principle investigator(s): City of Omaha (research partner, Ryan Spohn, Ph.

D.) This project involves an evaluation of the city of Omaha’s efforts resulting from funding provided from Project Safe Neighborhoods, which is a nationwide commitment to reduce gun and gang crime in America by networking existing local programs that target gun and gang crime and providing these programs with additional tools necessary to be successful.