The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Provost’s Cup is an annual event where law enforcement professionals from across the United States come together to compete in a range of challenges. This year’s event, which took place from September 12-15th in Washington, D.C., saw law enforcement professionals from across the country competing in a range of challenges, including a physical fitness test, firearms demonstration, and a hostage negotiation simulation.
The winners of the competition were the Kentucky State Police Department, which emerged as champions after successfully completing all three challenges.
NIJ Provost’s Cup 2019
The National Institute of Justice Provost’s Cup is an annual academic competition hosted by the National Institute of Justice, which is the research, development, and evaluation agency of the United States Department of Justice. The Cup is open to all colleges and universities in the United States that have a criminal justice program, and it features a variety of challenges related to criminal justice research and education.
The competition culminates in a final round where teams from the top four schools compete in a presentation-based challenge.
NIJ Provost’s Cup 2019 is an international academic competition for law faculty. The competition is open to all full-time law faculty members from universities around the world.
This year, 128 teams from 44 countries participated in the competition. The top teams were awarded cash prizes and recognition by NIJ. The winning team was from the United States of America (USA).
In conclusion, the NIJ Provost’s Cup 2019 was a resounding success. The competition was fierce, but in the end, only one team could be crowned champion. Congratulations to the McMaster Marauders on their victory!