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RAND work on public safety issues ranges from policing and prisons to violent crime and the illegal drug trade, as well as homeland security and emergency preparedness. RAND research helps inform policy debates that are often riddled with arguments driven not by evidence but by emotion and ideology.

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    Challenges and Opportunities in Cyberspace

    Sep 30, 2016

    Cyberspace provides opportunities for innovation, commerce, and societal advancement but also raises issues for policymakers in securing cyber vulnerabilities, ensuring privacy and protection of personal data, and considering the use of cyber weapons as a national security asset.

  • Phlebotomist in hospital delivering bag of human blood to doctor, photo by Steve Debenport/iStock

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    Building a More Sustainable U.S. Blood System

    Nov 28, 2016

    Medical advances have dramatically reduced demand for blood, putting financial stress on blood centers. How can policymakers ensure the safety and sustainability of the blood supply?

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