Juvenile Justice Institute

The Juvenile Justice Institute (JJI) Promotes Best Practices in Juvenile Justice 
JJI provides technical assistance and completes policy and program evaluations for state and local agencies, as well as private organizations.  It was established in 2002 to serve as the research arm for Nebraska‚Äôs juvenile justice system. JJI also partners with policymakers, practitioners and criminal justice faculty to explore the most effective and practical juvenile justice strategies and programs.  The Institute encourages the development of future criminal justice professionals by providing university students with unique educational and research opportunities. Learn more about our current projects.

JJI is part of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.  It is currently located in the Terminal Building, 941 O Street, Suite 706 in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Anne Hobbs
Anne Hobbs, Director Juvenile Justice Institute
Email: ahobbs@unomaha.edu


LindseyWylie

Lindsey Wylie, Research Coordinator, Juvenile Justice Institute, Nebraska Center for Justice Research
Email: slwylie@unomaha.edu


Kim Trost

Kim Trost, Project Coordinator, Juvenile Justice Institute, Nebraska Center for Justice Research
Email: kdtrost@unomaha.edu