Rural Justice Institute at Alfred University...
The Rural Justice Institute at
Alfred University is a collaborative enterprise consisting
of faculty and staff representing a variety of disciplines.
Members of the institute strive to collaborate with local
agencies and schools in order to increase the efficacy of
current services, develop new initiatives that will enhance
the lives of troubled youth and their families, and reduce
the incidence of juvenile delinquency in rural areas.
website is designed to be a source of information
about current RJI programs and partnerships.
Use the dark blue bar above to navigate
our site. Click on "Prevention" to learn about
activities such as school-based initiatives; "Training" for
information about our family and domestic violence models;
"Partnerships" for a list of RJI partners and their
activities; "RDRDI" for information about the Rural Data and
Resource Development Initiative, including links to Allegany
County demographics, community profiles, and research
sources; "GIS" to visit our GIS Mapping Center with
downloadable pre-defined maps and guides to interactive
mapping viewers. Additionally, you can browse through
current and recent issues of our newsletter, the Rural
Justice Review, find out more information about our
staff and their current activities, and check out upcoming
events that RJI is hosting, sponsoring, or supporting.
If you have any comments, questions, or concerns, please