Updated May 24, 2019
Part of Notre Dame Universityhttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0735648X.2018.1446184?journalCode=rjcj20
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Many violence prevention programs target whole communities versus those most at risk within communities and their specific needs. The justice sector in developing countries does not have a system to determine appropriate alternative sentencing, especially for juveniles. Measuring change or impact in violence prevention is difficult at the individual level.
The VIP-RA helps identify individuals at elevated risk, specifies those individuals' needs, informs alternative sentencing options, and measures change over time.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||100|
|New Implemented Countries||Guatemala, El Salvador|
Team includes Laura Miller-Graff (Psychology), Estela Rivero (Demography), Tom Hare (Public Policy), and Juan Carlos Guzman (Economics).
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN