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Tuesday, September 27, 2016 10:00am-12:00pm
The Gold Room (room 2168), Rayburn House Building, U.S. Capitol, Washington, DC

The Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy, in collaboration with WestEd’s Justice & Prevention Research Center, held its ninth Congressional Briefing on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at the Rayburn House Building at the U.S. Capitol in Washington DC on “Violence and Violence Prevention.”

VENUE AND DIRECTIONS

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PRESENTATIONS

  • NANCY RODRIGUEZ, Director, National Institute of Justice
    “Opening Remarks”
  • THOMAS SIMON, Associate Director for Science, Division of Violence Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    “Health Burden of Violence in the United States” [PPT] [Additional Link]
  • RICHARD ROSENFELD, Professor, University of Missouri – St. Louis
    “Has the Great American Crime Decline Ended?” [PPT]
  • PATRICIA CAMPIE, Principal Researcher, American Institutes for Research
    “Addressing the Root Causes of Urban Gun Violence”
  • NANCY LA VIGNE, Director, Justice Policy Center, Urban Institute
    “Leveraging Community Voices in Violence Reduction” [PPT]
  • JEREMY RICHMAN, CEO, The Avielle Foundation
    “Brain Health and Violence”
  • APRIL ZEOLI, Associate Professor, Michigan State University
    “Risks of, and Policy Interventions for, Firearm Use in Intimate Partner Violence” [PPT]
  • LAURA DUGAN, Professor, University of Maryland
    “Do U.S. Federal Actions Influence Rightwing Violence?” [PPT]
  • DAVID SCHANZER, Associate Professor, Duke University
    “Building Resilience to Violent Extremism through Community Policing” [Additional Link]