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Nationwide, juvenile justice systems are facing unprecedented demand for resources to address the needs of at-risk youth and families. The Institute for Juvenile Court and Corrections Research will help faculty, researchers and students better understand the issues and related problems by offering digitized content ranging from child abuse and neglect cases to juveniles serving time in adult prisons. Rather than relying solely on textbooks or lectures, faculty, students and researchers will be able to use IJCCR's video library for a unique firsthand experience that is second only to onsite training. The library includes hundreds of hours of long-form and short-form video content available for use in classrooms and research settings across all Indiana University campuses.

To learn more about IJCCR and to request access to the full archive, please visit the IJCCR web site at the IU School of Social Work. Access is currently restricted to IU faculty and staff.

IJCCR was created through a collaboration between the Indiana University Research and Technology Corporation and Calamari Productions, with support from the IU School of Social Work and the IU Libraries. The project was made possible by a grant from Lilly Endowment, Inc.