The Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science and Justice Studies strives to build effective and sustainable working relationships between academic researchers and criminal justice professionals in the non-profit, government, and Indigenous sectors. Our team of researchers, affiliated university faculty members, and graduate students are actively engaged in making evaluative and research-based contributions to science that directly benefit the programs and services of policing, corrections, justice, and non-governmental criminal justice agencies. One of these contributions includes data sharing agreements, which the Centre undertakes with students, government agencies, and other interested parties for further analysis of data sets constructed by the Centre, such as the Saskatchewan Crime Survey.