To be a leading research centre on rehabilitation and protection.
What We Do
CRRP is seconded to the Translational Social Research Division in NCSS. It continues to helm evaluation and research efforts in collaboration with RPG divisions.
In addition, CRRP conducts national studies with vulnerable populations in child protection and youth offending. These studies examine the short-and long-term outcomes of our clients over time. Using rigorous and advanced methods and analytics, CRRP seeks to examine profiles and to identify risk and protective factors in promoting the resilience, well-being and development of RPG clients. The findings from these national studies are subsequently used to refine interventions, improve quality of support and develop policies. CRRP also conducts research on organizational wellbeing and is active in translating research findings into tangible output for operational and policy work.
CRRP also regularly participates in knowledge transfer and dissemination of research findings through inter-governmental and conference presentations as well as peer-reviewed journals/book chapters.
Through regular consultations and trainings with various RPG divisions, CRRP seeks to develop research capabilities and promote evidence-based practices within RPG. CRRP also reviews research conducted in RPG to ensure rigor and high ethical standards in research studies.