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The CrimeSolutions.gov Web site is a resource to help practitioners and policymakers understand what works in justice-related programs and practices. It includes information on justice-related programs and assigns evidence ratings--effective, promising, and no effects--to indicate whether there is evidence from research that a program achieves its goals.

BeforeYouClick review of CrimeSolutions.gov

CrimeSolutions.gov seems to be a safe web site. The crimesolutions.gov domain is secured with an SSL certificate to guarantee a secure connection, and as such offering at least some level of privacy. This site has been around for almost 8 years now. Being around for this long, the site can be expected to be mature and safer than average. This is not a very well known site worldwide and probably does not have a very large budget for security matters. CrimeSolutions.gov is active on social media. Although we do not know of a Twitter account, CrimeSolutions.gov is active on Facebook.

Rankings for crimesolutions.gov

About these rankings

Various web sites, such as Alexa and Quantcast order web sites on their popularity. Based on these ratings and various other data points, we compose our custom BYC rank.

BYC rank
59,464th worldwide
848th on the .gov TLD
Alexa rank
276,305th
Quantcast rank
91,225th

Server locations for CrimeSolutions.gov

  • United States

Web traffic for CrimeSolutions.gov

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How we got this information about CrimeSolutions.gov

About crawling

The majority of the information we show to you here is collected through a method called Crawling. In other words we utilize an automatic algorithm to retrieve a site and obtain as much information from it as is feasible.

We do our best to crawl CrimeSolutions.gov regularly. Sites sometimes will get modified a lot, so our information might be out of date. Below we indicate when the last time was we crawled this web site (10 months ago), and what content we inspected.

Occasionally, web sites will show alternative content based on the country of their clients. We crawl with computers from the USA, so any localized results we got will most certainly be adapted to a Northern-American public.

Crawled URL
https://crimesolutions.gov
Returned status code
200 (OK)
Content type
HTML (text/html)
Time since last crawl
10 months
Times crawled
1