Welcome to the Criminal Justice Research Center (CJRC) at Ohio State University. CJRC was established in 1989 as the focal point for collaborative interdisciplinary research on crime/delinquency and justice issues. In addition, the Center fosters intellectual exchange among faculty, graduate/professional students, policymakers and practitioners, and provides research-based outreach to crime and justice policymakers.
The Center has over 60 associated faculty and 30 graduate/professional student affiliates from a variety of disciplines, including: city and regional planning, economics, education, geography, history, human and community resource development, human development and family science, law, public policy, and sociology. Major collaborative research and outreach projects include the:
The Center is directed by Dr. Dana L. Haynie (Sociology). CJRC is supported by funds from: (1) OSU's Office of Academic Affairs, Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences (College of Arts and Sciences), Public Policy Academic Enrichment Initiative: (2) governmental and private grants; and (3) gifts from supporters. Contributions are welcome at: Ohio State University Account # 302841.