In 2021, JohnJayREC was asked to test whether the strategies of Fast Track improved crime and violence in the affected areas.
An evaluation of Reclaiming Futures estimated the initiative’s impact by surveying system actors about their perceptions of justice and substance abuse treatment systems on three major dimensions (administration, collaboration, and service quality).
The Research and Evaluation Center and the Department of Criminal Justice at John Jay College collaborated in a project to conduct fidelity reviews with several programs across New York City that provided community-based services to offender populations. Reviews were designed to confirm the extent to which programs were operating in ways consistent with the Correctional Program Checklist.
The Research and Evaluation Center collaborated with the Department of Criminal Justice at Temple University to plan a comprehensive evaluation of the Cure Violence model of gun violence prevention.
The Research and Evaluation Center investigated the feasibility, implementation, and impact of a youth justice realignment effort in New York State