Criminal Justice & Crime Prevention
We built our reputation on qualitative and quantitative criminal justice research efforts conducted for the DOJ's National Institute of Justice (NIJ), Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), non-profits such as Everytown for Gun Safety, and local and state agencies like the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance.
Offender ReentrY & Reintegration
Our experience working with formerly incarcerated populations is a culmination of our expertise in other issues -- public policy, work with law enforcement, work with vulnerable and special populations, and extensive knowledge of crime, public safety, crime prevention, and criminal justice.
Sexual Assault Prevention
Much of our work on victimization has been focused on victims of crime and, in particular, victims of sexual assault or rape. We are experienced in working directly with crime victims and implement a trauma-informed approach.
Public health approaches like engaging social service agencies, community groups, and health practitioners can be used in a unique way to reduce violence by targeting at-risk youth and other populations to redirect violence to non-violent responses.