NIJ Journal No. 253 • January 2006Cover Story: DNA Analysis for “Minor” Crimes: A Major Benefit for Law Enforcement by Edwin Zedlewski and Mary B. MurphyDirector’s MessageFeaturesTracking Prisoners in Jail With Biometrics: An Experiment in a Navy Brig by Christopher A. Miles and Jeffrey P. CohnPredicting a Criminal’s Journey to CrimeVictim Satisfaction With the Criminal Justice SystemAt-A-GlancePolice Responses to Officer-Involved Shootings by David KlingerAutomated Information Sharing: Does It Help Law Enforcement Officers Work Better? by Martin J. ZaworskiAlso in This IssueNIJ and Harvard University Host Webcasts on Less Lethal Force and DNA in “Minor” CrimesBooks in BriefPublications of Interest From NIJ