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Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN)
Information related to: Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN)
The Public Safety Clearinghouse is a public online tool that serves as a one-stop shop for violence reduction and public safety resources from the U.S. Department of Justice program components and other federal entities.
Accessible by U.S. Attorneys, the PSN Toolkit site contains program-specific information and resources, including implementation guidance, accountability information, research and data, promising practices, and more.
Housed within the Department of Criminology, Law and Society at George Mason University, CEBCP seeks to make scientific research a key component in decisions about crime and justice policies on a variety of topics, including community policing and procedural justice.