Interview with Michael Jacobson, Ph.D., President and Director Vera Institute of Justice.
Dr. Jacobson answers the following questions:
This interview followed Dr. Jacoboson's presentation "Reforming New Orleans' Criminal Justice System: The Role of Data and Research," given as part of NIJ's Research for the Real World Seminar Series.
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Download files for each section:
|Segment Title||Video File
|What is the New Orleans Criminal Justice Leadership Alliance?||mp4, 2.4 MB|
|How important is raw data in proposing criminal justice reforms in New Orleans?||mp4, 26.4 MB|
|What are some of the new projects and initiatives that are currently being pursued?||mp4, 20.2 MB|
|Are you optimistic for New Orleans' future?||mp4, 15.74 MB|
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