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Episode 282 | Just Tech Advancements in Community Supervision

Original Release Date: March 22, 2024   In episode two of our Innovations in Corrections season, Just Science sat down with Joe Russo, institutional and community corrections researcher with the University of Denver, to discuss how advancements in technology can improve the probation and parole experience for both officers and clients. Community supervision agencies, such as […]

Episode 281 | Just Lived Experience and Reentry Research

Original Release Date: March 15, 2024   In episode one of our Innovations in Corrections season, Just Science sat down with Dr. Christine Lindquist, Director of the Corrections and Reentry Research Program at RTI International, to discuss the importance of consulting individuals with lived experience when designing corrections and reentry research.  To assist incarcerated individuals who […]

Episode 280 | Just Understanding Human Responses to IED Attacks

Original Release Date: March 8, 2024   In episode four of our Domestic Radicalization season, Just Science sat down with Dr. William Parkin, Senior Research Analyst at RTI International, and Dr. Rainer Hilscher, Senior Research Data Scientist at RTI International, to discuss what people do when an improvised explosive device, or IED, detonates in a public […]

Episode 279 | Just Preventing Terrorism and Targeted Violence

Original Release Date: March 1, 2024   In episode three of our Domestic Radicalization season, Just Science sat down with Sarah Cook and Ariane Noar, Researchers in the Security and Extremism Research Program at RTI International, to discuss how their work contributes to the prevention of violent extremism. Many organizations across the country receive funding from […]

Episode 278 | Just Research on Radicalization and White Supremacy

Original Release Date: February 23, 2024   In episode two of our Domestic Radicalization season, Just Science sat down with Dr. Matthew DeMichele, Director of the Center for Criminal Legal Systems Research at RTI International, to discuss his research focused on former members of white supremacist groups.  Domestic Violent Extremists use violence to further their social or […]

Episode 277 | Just Drones as a Growing Threat

Original Release Date: February 16, 2024   In episode one of our Domestic Radicalization season, Just Science sat down with Neal Parsons, Senior Research Scientist at RTI International, to discuss the growing threat of drone use and how the American criminal justice system is responding.   Most people think of drones as a benign hobby or a […]

Episode 276 | Just Lessons Learned in Forensic Technology Transition

Original Release Date: February 2, 2024   In episode four of our Roadmap to Improving Technology Transition season, Just Science sat down with Dr. Catherine Grgicak, Associate Professor of Chemistry at Rutgers University-Camden, and Stephanie Stoiloff, Chief of the Forensic Services Division at the Miami-Dade Police Department, to discuss their real-world experiences with introducing new forensic […]

Episode 275 | Just Enhancing Research to Improve Tech Transition

Original Release Date: January 26, 2024   In episode three of our Roadmap to Improving Technology Transition season, Just Science sat down with Dr. Catherine Grgicak, Associate Professor of Chemistry at Rutgers University Camden, and Henry Maynard, Lead Research Scientist for the United States Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory, to discuss the importance of developing research infrastructure […]

Episode 274 | Just Building Partnerships to Advance Forensic Technology

Original Release Date: January 19, 2024   In episode two of our Roadmap to Improving Technology Transition season, Just Science sat down with Cleveland Miles, Director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s Division of Forensic Science, and Henry Maynard, Lead Research Scientist for the United States Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory, to discuss the importance of building partnerships […]