The Digital & Computational Criminology Collaborative (DC3) advances safety and justice in Georgia. We are an interdisciplinary group of researchers in computer science, criminology, and policy at Georgia State University and The Georgia Institute of Technology. We engage leaders in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors to help solve their problems. Our approach to problem-solving, known as public interest technology, combines the best practices in computer and social science. Our contributions to safety and justice take many forms. We improve the evidence-base in problems’ causes, processes, and consequences. We identify effective, cost-efficient strategies for prevention and mitigation. We build tools to help implement those strategies. Below, you can see our projects, people, and funding. To learn more about or meet with us, email Dr. Scott Jacques.