CNA, Center for Justice Research and Innovation
CNA’s Center for Justice Research and Innovation focuses on translating research and analysis of the American justice system into real-world, programs, strategies, and tactics. The center does this through its own research, training, technical assistance, and critical incident reviews, working directly with hundreds of justice system organizations nationwide.
CNA serves as the lead agency for the BJA-funded Training and Technical Assistance Body-Worn Camera Policy Implementation Program (BWCPIP). It works in partnership with JSS and ASU to assist over 500 agencies with their BWC grants from BJA.
For more information go to: https://www.cna.org/centers/ipr/jri and https://www.bwctta.com
Arizona State University (ASU) Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety
The Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety (CVPCS) is a research unit within the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. The Center’s faculty have collaborated with several police agencies to carry out randomized control trials examining the efficacy of body-worn cameras. Dr. Mike White and Dr. Chuck Katz work closely with JSS on the SRT BWC program. Dr. White assisted with the development of the Policy Wizard and Dr. Katz is conducting research on digital evidence management and compliance issues.
The Center also serves as a partner organization for the BJA Body-Worn Camera Policy Implementation Program.