NIJ Awards in Fiscal Year 1995


Section 1: 1994 Crime Act Awards

Boot Camps

Correctional Boot Camps for Juveniles: A Proposal for a Multisite Study
University of Maryland—College Park
Doris MacKenzie
$398,322
1996-SC-LX-0001

A National Multisite Impact Evaluation of Existing Private and Public Boot Camp Programs
National Council on Crime and Delinquency
James Austin
$267,757
1996-SC-LX-0002

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Community Policing

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Police Family Group Conferencing Project
Community Service Foundation, Inc.
Theodore Wachtel
$246,551
1995-IJ-CX-0042

Building Effective Strategies for Community Policing
State University of New York—Sponsored Programs Administration
Raymond Hunt
$110,008
1995-IJ-CX-0081

Citizen Involvement in Community Policing
Institute for Social Analysis
Royer F. Cook
$233,508
1995-IJ-CX-0092

Collaboration Between Abt Associates and the Hartford Police Department
Abt Associates Inc.
Thomas Rich
$124,790
1995-IJ-CX-0079

Collaboration Between the Oakland Police Department and the University of California
Regents of the University of California—Berkeley
Jerome Skolnick
$188,622
1995-IJ-CX-0046

Community Policing Activities: Ohio Task Analysis Project
University of Cincinnati—Office of Sponsored Programs
Lawrence F. Travis
$33,779
1995-IJ-CX-0074

Community Policing at the Street Level
Michigan State University
Stephen D. Mastrofski
$1,969,701
1995-IJ-CX-0071

Community Policing in El Centro, California: Strengthening Police-Citizen Cooperation in a Bilingual, Multicultural Community
City of El Centro
Harold D. Carter
$42,119
1995-IJ-CX-0049

Consent to Search and Seize
University of Missouri—St. Louis
Scott H. Decker
$326,554
1995-IJ-CX-0067

Council Grove-Kansas State University Law Enforcement Team Project
Kansas State University
Kay K. Cogley
$30,000
1995-IJ-CX-0045

Criminology Against Crime: Criminologists and Crime Control for the Indianapolis Police Department
City of Indianapolis
Donald Christ
$75,281
1995-IJ-CX-0077

Cross-Site Research on Locally Initiated Collaboration
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
J. Thomas McEwen
$233,918
1995-IJ-CX-0083

Demonstrating a Cost-Effective Approach for Locally Initiated Police Research in Small and Medium-Sized Cities
LINC
Marcia R. Chaiken
$199,721
1995-IJ-CX-0047

Developing and Expanding Problem Solving Partnerships in Jersey City
Jersey City Police Department
Frank Gajewski
$71,090
1995-IJ-CX-0076

Development of the Florida Law Enforcement Research Coalition (FLERC)
Florida State University
Anthony Pate
$112,589
1995-IJ-CX-0085

DI-LEARN: Downstate Illinois Law Enforcement Research Network (Phase I)
Southern Illinois University
James Garofolo
$72,857
1995-IJ-CX-0053

Educating the Public About Police: The Lima Public Service Announcement Project
University of Cincinnati, Office of Sponsored Programs
Mitchell Chamlin
$44,518
1995-IJ-CX-0055

Enhancing Dissemination of Technological Innovation
Indiana University—Bloomington
Alexander Weiss
$47,212
1995-IJ-CX-0052

Establishing a Research Partnership Between the Omaha Police Department and the University of Nebraska at Omaha
University of Nebraska—Omaha
Vincent Webb
$132,564
1995-IJ-CX-0057

Evaluating Community Policing in Public Housing
Temple University
Jack R. Greene
$351,491
1995-IJ-CX-0041

Evaluation of Community Policing in Tempe, Arizona
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
J. Thomas McEwen
$249,098
1995-IJ-CX-0090

An Evaluation of Community Policing in Two Medium-Sized Cities
University of Illinois—Chicago
Dennis P. Rosenbaum
$675,554
1995-IJ-CX-0068

Evaluation of Community Policing Project
Hagerstown Department of Police
Dale J. Jones
$42,180
1995-IJ-CX-0051

An Evaluation of the Dallas Police Department's Interactive Community Policing Program
University of Texas—Arlington
Charles H. Mindel
$254,671
1995-IJ-CX-0070

Everyday Perceptions of Disorder, Self-Protection Against Crime, and Community Policing
Regents of the University of California—Los Angeles
Jack Katz
$246,765
1995-IJ-CX-0078

Examining the Transformation to Community Policing: Organizational Development Characteristics and Issues
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
Edward F. Connors
$263,764
1995-IJ-CX-0091

Facilitating Organizational Change: Shaping Philosophies Through Individual and Organizational Evaluations
University of South Carolina
Geoffrey P. Alpert
$199,975
1995-IJ-CX-0101

Fighting Disorder Within the Law
American Alliance for Rights and Responsibilities
Roger L. Conner
$152,647
1995-IJ-CX-0050

Forming a Research Partnership: Lansing Police Department and Michigan State University
City of Lansing
Richard Cook
$49,992
1995-IJ-CX-0093

Implementing Community Policing in Los Angeles: A Partnership Between the LAPD, UCLA, and USC
Training Research Corporation
Edward Smith
$223,180
1995-IJ-CX-0060

Increasing the Effectiveness of Rural Police Departments
Alfred University
William Hall
$18,840
1995-IJ-CX-0080

Integrating Community Policing into the San Diego Regional Law Enforcement Training Center Curriculum
San Diego Police Department
Donna Warlick
$249,130
1995-IJ-CX-0065

Joint Police and Social Services Response to Abused Elders
Victim Services
Robert Davis
$270,340
1995-IJ-CX-0061

A Joint Research Partnership for Community-Oriented Policing
St. Louis University
James F. Gilsinan
$146,616
1995-IJ-CX-0062

Locally Initiated Research and Evaluation Project
Salem State College Resource Center
Edward LeClair
$100,000
1995-IJ-CX-0100

Locally Initiated Research on Community Policing: Process and Outcomes Evaluation
Jefferson County, West Virginia, Coalition on Substance Abuse
Diane C. McCoy
$73,549
1995-IJ-CX-0088

Measuring and Analyzing Crime Patterns and Trends With the Geographic Information System (GIS)
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Research Foundation of the City University of New York (CUNY)
John Mollenkopf
$174,787
1995-IJ-CX-0103

Organizational Change and Leadership: Conditions and Strategies for Creating a Culture of Community Policing
President and Fellows of Harvard
Mark Moore
$296,978
1995-IJ-CX-0059

Partners for Prevention? Obstacles to Police-Community Cooperation in Problem Solving
Northwestern University
Wesley G. Skogan
$338,429
1995-IJ-CX-0056

A Partnership for Research in Community Policing Strategies in a Rural County and Four Small Cities
University of South Alabama
Robert Galbraith
$52,760
1995-IJ-CX-0072

Police Researcher-Partnership: Building the Infrastructure for Effective Program Evaluation
Justice Research and Statistics Association
Kellie Dressler
$99,542
1996-IJ-CX-0006

Policing Evaluation Through Academic Research: Creating a Special Policing Analysis Network
City of Colorado Springs
Teresa Schultz
$48,723
1995-IJ-CX-0043

Policing Local Illicit Gun Markets
Carnegie Mellon University
Jacqueline Cohen
$220,416
1995-IJ-CX-0075

Policing on American Indian Reservations
President and Fellows of Harvard
Francis Hartmann
$335,252
1995-IJ-CX-0086

Process Evaluation of Title I of the Violent Crime Control Act of 1994
Urban Institute
Jeffrey A. Roth
$2,449,416
1995-IJ-CX-0073

A Proposal To Integrate Objective Performance Evaluation into Community Policing
City of Boston
James T. Jordan
$127,474
1995-IJ-CX-0063

A Research Partnership Between the Lexington Division of Police and Eastern Kentucky University
Lexington/Fayette Urban County Government
Larry Gaines
$67,700
1995-IJ-CX-0048

Scanning for Innovation
National League of Cities Institute
Renee Winsky
$273,451
1995-IJ-CX-0064

Stage Model of Community Policing
Seattle Police Department
Dan W. Fleissner
$100,291
1995-IJ-CX-0044

Targeting Cycles of Domestic Violence: Assessment, Review, and Recommendation
Seattle Police Department
Dan W. Fleissner
$108,972
1995-IJ-CX-0097

University-Police Department Collaboration in Philadelphia
Temple University
Jack R. Greene
$50,688
1995-IJ-CX-0084

The Two-Stage Model of Change: Madison Police Department
Police Executive Research Forum
Mary Ann Wycoff
$391,464
1995-IJ-CX-0087

Using Technology To Enhance Police Problem Solving
Board of Trustees of University of Illinois—Urbana-Champaign
John Gardiner
$196,392
1995-IJ-CX-0082

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Violence Against Women

Beyond Arrest: The Portland, Oregon, Experiment
Portland State University
Annette Jolin
$199,994
1995-IJ-CX-0054

Evaluation of a Coordinated Response to Domestic Violence
Applied Research Associates
Stan Orchowsky
$114,412
1995-WT-NX-0004

An Exploration of the Experience and Needs of Former Intimate Stalking Victims
West Chester University
Mary P. Brewster
$74,940
1995-WT-NX-0002

Extent and Nature of Sexual Victimization of College Women
University of Cincinnati
Bonnie Fisher
$224,719
1995-WT-NX-0001

Family Violence and the Courts: Exploring Expert Testimony on Battered Women
The Women Judges' Fund for Justice
Esther Ochsman
$18,791
1995-IJ-R025

Models of Community Coordination in Response to Partner Violence
Research Foundation of the State University of New York—Albany
Alissa Worden
$104,289
1995-WT-NX-0006

National Evaluation of the Violence Against Women Act Grants
Urban Institute
Martha Burt
$346,003
1995-WT-NX-0005

Panel on Research on Violence Against Women
National Academy of Sciences
Elaine Smialek
$298,742
1995-IJ-CX-0006

Prosecution Strategies in Domestic Violence
University of Iowa
Carolyn Hartley
$99,080
1995-WT-NX-0003

Public Access to Information Concerning the Whereabouts of Abuse Victims
National Criminal Justice Association
Gwen A. Holden
$50,000
1995-IJ-CX-0009

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Section 2: Extramural Research

Goal 1: Reduce Violent Crime

Assessment of Family Violence Interventions
National Academy of Sciences
Rosemary Chalk
$150,000
1995-IJ-CX-0001

Childhood Victimization and Adult Violence: Using Multiple Measures To Better Estimate Offending
Research Foundation of the State University of New York—Albany
Cathy Spatz Widom
$49,364
1993-IJ-CX-0031

Children of Battered Women
Education Development Center, Inc.
Debra Whitcomb
$126,912
1993-IJ-CX-0033

The Effects of Court Dispositions on the Likelihood of Rearrest for Domestic Violence Arrestees in Cincinnati
University of Cincinnati
John Wooldredge
$54,738
1995-IJ-CX-0102

Evaluation of G.R.E.A.T.
University of Nebraska—Omaha
Finn-Aage Esbensen
$264,990
1994-IJ-CX-0058

Felons Who Attempt To Purchase Guns: A Study of Prior and Subsequent Criminal Activity
Sam Houston State University
Kenneth Adams
$43,064
1995-IJ-CX-0017

Handgun Intervention Program Evaluation
Urban Institute
Jeffrey A. Roth
$241,710
1995-IJ-CX-0106

Joint DHHS-NIJ Domestic Violence Studies
Urban Institute
Martha R. Burt
$50,000
1995-IJ-R037

Patterns and Trends in Youth-Perpetrated Homicides in the United States
Research Triangle Institute
Robert Flewelling
$115,791
1995-IJ-CX-0114

Prevalence and Consequences of Child Victimization: The National Survey of Adolescents
Medical University of South Carolina
Benjamin Saunders
$450,000
1993-IJ-CX-0023

Private Ownership of Firearms in the United States: A National Study
Police Foundation
Earl Hamilton
$43,000
1993-IJ-CX-0017

Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods
President and Fellows of Harvard
Felton J. Earls
$2,053,937
1993-IJ-CX-K005

Reducing Firearms Crime and Injuries: Interdicting Guns and Bullets
Indianapolis, Office of the Mayor
Lawrence Sherman
$250,000
1995-IJ-CX-0019

Supplemental Survey of Gun Owners
President and Fellows of Harvard
David Kennedy
$48,928
1995-IJ-CX-0094

Understanding, Preventing, and Controlling Domestic Violence
University of Massachusetts—Lowell Research Foundation
Eve Buzawa
$151,593
1995-IJ-CX-0027

When Domestic Violence and Custody Disputes Coincide
National Center for State Courts
Susan Keilitz
$70,556
1995-IJ-R019

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Goal 2: Reduce Drug- and Alcohol-Related Crime

Drug Court Intervention Project of the D.C. Superior Court
D.C. Pretrial Services Agency
John A. Carver
$990,000
1994-IJ-R051

Evaluation of Two Models for Treating Sentenced Federal Drug Offenders
National Council on Crime and Delinquency
James Austin
$11,402
1993-IJ-CX-0041

Monitoring the Decline in the Crack Epidemic With Data From the DUF Program
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Research Foundation of the City University of New York
Andrew Golub
$46,905
1995-IJ-CX-0028

A Study To Assess the Feasibility of Conducting a Demonstration of In-Prison Therapeutic Communities and Shock Incarceration
Abt Associates Inc.
Dale Parent
$150,000
1995-IJ-CX-0095

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The Drug Use Forecasting (DUF) Program

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Atlanta

Atlanta Office of Corrections Tom Peacock
$37,190
1994-IJ-R005

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Birmingham
Birmingham, TASC
Foster Cook
$66,840
1995-IJ-R005

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Chicago
TASC of Illinois, Inc.
Melody Heaps
$58,032
1995-IJ-R020

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Denver
Colorado Division of Criminal Justice
Kim English
$81,269
1995-IJ-R010

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Detroit
Michigan State University
Tim Bynum
$66,135
1994-IJ-R020

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Houston
Houston-Galveston Area Council
Brett Arkinson
$61,824
1995-IJ-R008

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Indianapolis
Marion County Justice Agency
Cindy Mowry
$42,924
1995-IJ-R013

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Los Angeles
Los Angeles County, Inc., Public Health Foundation
Karen Garcia
$114,430
1994-IJ-R043

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Manhattan
New York City Department of Mental Health, Retardation, and Alcoholism Services
Patricia Thomas
$79,768
1994-IJ-R013

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Miami
Metro Dade County
Dan Taylor
$39,699
1995-IJ-R023

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—New Orleans
Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriffs Office
William C. Hunter
$32,820
1994-IJ-R014

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Omaha
Office of Public Safety, Police Division
Frederick Power
$28,466
1993-IJ-R023

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Phoenix
TASC of Maricopa County, Arizona
Barbara Zugor
$45,585
1995-IJ-R011

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Portland
TASC of Oregon, Inc.
Linda Tyon
$59,484
1994-IJ-R019

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—San Antonio
San Antonio Metropolitan Health District
Sergio Soto
$70,104
1995-IJ-R009

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—San Diego
San Diego Association of Governments
Susan Pennell
$69,292
1995-IJ-R012

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—San Diego
San Diego Association of Governments
Susan Pennell
$5,192
1989-MU-R025

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—San Jose
Santa Clara County Bureau of Drug Abuse Services
Robert Garner
$75,313
1994-IJ-R027

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri, Metropolitan Police Department
Larry Pattison and Scott Decker
$68,478
1994-IJ-R045

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri, Metropolitan Police Department
Scott Decker
$22,594
1989-IJ-R027

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)—Washington, DC
District of Columbia Pretrial Services Agency
Janis Bergin
$35,708
1995-IJ-R024

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF) Program—Gun Addendum
St. Louis, Missouri, Metropolitan Police Department
Scott Decker
$25,978
1995-IJ-R014

Drug Use Forecasting (DUF) Program—Statistical Analysis
Aspen Systems Corporation
Georgette Semick
$599,101
1993-IJ-R002

Laboratory Analysis of Urine Specimens
National Center for Forensic Science
Lionel Menard
$281,473
1994-IJ-R009

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Goal 3: Reduce the Consequences of Crime

Intervention for Elementary School Children Exposed to Community Violence
Howard University
Hope Hill
$170,658
1995-MU-MU-0026

Longitudinal Effects of Crime and Signs of Disorder
Temple University
Ralph Taylor
$27,051
1993-IJ-CX-0022

Population-Based Monitoring of Firearm Violence: Georgia United Notification System
Emory University
Arthur L. Kellermann
$148,848
1995-IJ-CX-0025

Reducing Injuries to Women in Domestic Assaults
Rutgers University
Jeffrey Fagan
$25,000
1995-IJ-R032

The Reporting and Non-Reporting of Racially Motivated Hate Crimes in Robeson County, North Carolina: A Case Study
North Carolina Central University
Alice J. Mayer
$19,126
1995-IJ-CX-0116

Victims of Nonfatal Gunshot Wounds
Howard University
Vernetta D. Young
$25,048
1995-IJ-CX-0022

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Goal 4: Improve the Effectiveness of Crime Prevention Programs

Analysis of the Juvenile Curfew in New Orleans
University of New Orleans
Ralph E. Thayer
$135,594
1995-IJ-CX-0024

Collection of Baseline Impact Data for the Weed and Seed Program
Institute for Social Analysis
Janice Roehl
$108,880
1994-IJ-CX-0048

Controlling Fraud in Small Business Health Benefits Programs
St. John's University
Robert H. Tillman
$35,504
1995-IJ-CX-0030

The Effects of Juvenile Curfews on Violent Crime
Sam Houston State University
Kenneth Adams
$49,559
1995-IJ-CX-0038

Evaluation of the Bureau of Justice Assistance's Comprehensive Communities Program
Botec Analysis Corporation
Ann Marie Rocheleau
$182,762
1994-IJ-CX-0065

An Evaluation of the Chicago Housing Authority's Anti-Drug Initiative
Abt Associates Inc.
Susan Popkin
$297,122
1995-IJ-CX-0011

Impact Evaluation of the Weed and Seed Program
Abt Associates Inc.
Joan Mullen
$405,000
1995-DD-BX-0134

Systemic Neighborhood Organization and Control
Oklahoma Division of Criminal Justice Services
Robert J. Bursik
$47,523
1995-IJ-CX-0036

Vermont Incident-Based Crime Analysis and Mapping: Developing Research Capabilities for Problem-Oriented Policing
Vermont Center for Justice Research
William Clements
$48,781
1995-IJ-CX-0037

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Goal 5: Improve Law Enforcement and the Criminal Justice System

Corrections

Classification for Recidivism Risk: A Hazard Model Approach
Richard L. Linster, NIJ Research Fellow
$102,800
1994-IJ-CX-0014

Estimating the Costs and Benefits of Mandatory Sentencing Laws
Rand Corporation
Peter Greenwood
$174,043
1995-IJ-CX-0099

Evaluating the Impact of Alternative Placement: Long-Term Followup of Adjudicated Delinquents
University of Illinois—Chicago
Michael Fendrich
$50,000
1995-IJ-CX-0108

HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis in Correctional Facilities
Abt Associates Inc.
Ted Hammett
$8,677
1994-IJ-CX-K005

The Impact of the Evaluation of the Opportunity to Succeed (OPTS) Program
Urban Institute
Shellie Rossman
$260,971
1994-IJ-CX-0010

Iowa State Evaluation Capacity Building
Iowa Department of Human Rights
Richard G. Moore
$25,000
1992-IJ-CX-K019

National Evaluation of Correctional Options Programs
National Council on Crime and Delinquency
James Austin
$300,000
1995-DD-BX-K009

Profiling the Needs of the California Female Youth Authority Population
California State University—Fresno
Barbara Owen
$46,410
1995-IJ-CX-0098

Test, Modify, and Retest: An Agenda for Evaluating Intensive Supervision and Probation (ISP)
Council of State Governments, American Probation and Parole Association
Timothy H. Matthews
$249,133
1995-IJ-CX-0032

Three Strikes and You're Out: A Comparative Study of Two States' New Legislation
National Council on Crime and Delinquency
James F. Austin
$175,000
1995-IJ-CX-0026

Toward Common Sense in Sentencing
Thomas J. Quinn, NIJ Visiting Fellow
$154,500
1995-IJ-CX-0016

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Policing

An Analysis of Police Use of Force
University of South Carolina
Geoffrey Alpert
$99,849
1995-IJ-CX-0104

Citizen Feedback on Individual Officer Performance
Lincoln Police Department
Terrence K. Sherrill
$20,440
1995-IJ-CX-0015

Community Policing in Lansing, Michigan
Michigan State University
David Carter
$34,977
1993-IJ-CX-K011

Controlling Crime and Disorder "Hot Spots" Using Civil Remedies
University of Cincinnati
Lorraine A. Green
$199,345
1995-IJ-CX-0039

A Cross-Cultural Study of Police Corruption
University of Delaware
Carl B. Klockars
$46,755
1995-IJ-CX-0058

Federal Funding of Police Overtime: A Utilization Study
State University of New York—Albany
David H. Bayley
$124,961
1995-IJ-CX-0020

Identification of Work and Family Services for Law Enforcement Personnel
Police Research Education Project
Elizabeth McGee
$103,023
1995-IJ-CX-0113

Impact of Police Order Maintenance on Fear, Crime, and Urban Decay
Northeastern University
George Kelling
$58,079
1995-IJ-CX-0013

Investigating the Scope of Measurement Error in Calls-for-Service as a Measure of Crime
University of Houston
David A. Klinger
$25,000
1995-IJ-CX-0023

Law Enforcement Family Support Survey and Focus Groups
Center for Criminal Justice Studies
Elizabeth Langston
$78,956
1995-IJ-CX-0089

A Partnership To Evaluate the Lincoln Police Department's Quality Service Audit
University of Nebraska—Omaha
Julie Horney
$20,692
1995-IJ-CX-0117

Police Officer Experience in Interpersonal Policing: The Crisis Negotiation Example
University of Michigan
Jane Sachs
$34,411
1995-IJ-CX-0109

Problem-Oriented Policing Case Studies
Ronald V. Clarke, NIJ Visiting Fellow
$43,014
1995-IJ-CX-0021

The Role of Local Law Enforcement in Controlling Illegal Immigration and Other Transnational Crimes
Georgetown University
William McDonald, NIJ Visiting Fellow
$113,716
1995-IJ-CX-0110

State and Local Participatory Evaluation of the Safe Neighborhoods Program
Connecticut Statistical Analysis Center
Dolly Reed
$50,000
1995-IJ-CX-0107

Use of Force by and Against Police
Joint Centers for Justice Studies
Joel Garner
$351,573
1995-IJ-CX-0066

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Prosecution/Adjudication

Development of a Program Plan for Improving Alien Adjudication and Pretrial Release
Vera Institute of Justice, Inc.
Christopher E. Stone
$125,795
1995-IJ-CX-0034

Domestic Violence Cases: What Happens When Courts Are Faced With Uncooperative Victims?
American Bar Association
Barbara Smith
$45,557
1995-IJ-CX-0105

Prosecution in the Community: A Study of Emergent Strategies
President and Fellows of Harvard
Mark Moore
$335,439
1995-IJ-CX-0096

Prosecutorial Response to Bias-Motivated Crimes
American Prosecutors Research Institute
Don Rebovich
$49,947
1995-IJ-CX-0004

Rethinking Organizational Strategies and Criminal Justice Performance Measures: The Case of Community Prosecution
Barbara Boland, NIJ Visiting Fellow
$294,530
1995-IJ-CX-0112

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Systemwide Issues

Assessing the Feasibility of Creating Centralized State Data Bases on the Incidence of Sexual and Domestic Violence
Justice Research and Statistics Association
Joan C. Weiss
$62,268
1995-IJ-CX-0010

The Self-Evaluating Justice Organization: Building Local Evaluation Capacity
Michael G. Maxfield, NIJ Visiting Fellow
$70,279
1995-IJ-CX-0029

Study of Alternative Structures for the U.S. Trustee Program
National Academy of Public Administrators
Jennifer Hughes
$245,565
1995-IJ-CX-0003

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Goal 6: Develop New Technology for Law Enforcement and the Criminal Justice System

Concealed Weapon Technology Support and Establishment of National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center/Northeast Region
U.S. Department of the Air Force, Rome Laboratory
John A. Ritz
$200,000
1995-IJ-CX-A040

Detection and Classification of Concealed Weapons Using Magnetic Gradient Measurement Techniques
U.S. Department of Energy, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory
Jonathan Nadler
$235,000
1995-IJ-CX-A027

Detection of Concealed Weapons and Other Contraband Using Passive Millimeter Wave Imaging
Millitech Corporation
Stephen A. Bohrer
$1,430,000
1995-IJ-CX-K007

Develop a Rapid, Immobilized Probe Assay for Detection of mtDNA Sequence Variation
Roche Molecular System, Inc.
Rebecca L. Reynolds
$94,458
1995-IJ-CX-0014

Development of a Dynamic Mugbook Using Multimedia Computers
Southeastern Louisiana University
Hunter A. McAllister
$34,596
1995-IJ-CX-0018

DNA Training and Technical Assistance
American Prosecutors Research Institute
Cabell C. Cropper
$200,000
1995-IJ-CX-0002

Estimation of Population Structure Parameters
North Carolina State University
Bruce S. Weir
$25,000
1995-IJ-CX-0007

Infrastructure and Governance Planning for the National Law Enforcement Center Network
Pymatuning Group, Inc.
Ruth M. Davis
$61,703
1995-IJ-CX-0031

Installation and Evaluation of an Intercity Automatic Vehicle Location System
Rockwell International Corporation
John T. Neustadter
$150,000
1995-IJ-CX-K010

Isolation and Characterization of Population-Specific Alleles
University of Pittsburgh
Mark D. Shriver
$99,677
1995-IJ-CX-0008

Law Enforcement, Technology Transfer, and Policing Assessment
SEASKATE, Inc.
E. A. Burkhalter, Jr.
$251,851
1995-IJ-CX-K001

Law Enforcement, Technology Transfer, and Policing Liability Assessment
SEASKATE, Inc.
E. A. Burkhalter, Jr.
$187,134
1995-IJ-CX-K006

Less-Than-Lethal Technology Assessment and Transfer
Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc.
Donald Vincent
$244,629
1995-IJ-CX-K003

Linguistic Methods for Determining Document Authorship
Carole Elizabeth Chaski, NIJ Visiting Fellow
$67,505
1995-IJ-CX-0012

Mitochondrial DNA Variation in North American Populations of Four Ethnic Groups
Pennsylvania State University
Mark Stoneking
$159,159
1992-IJ-CX-K040

Net Deployment Module for a Snare Net Projectile
Foster-Miller, Inc.
Arnis Mangolds
$199,274
1995-IJ-CX-K011

NIJ Office of Law Enforcement Technical Commercialization at the National Technology Transfer Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Jonathan Root
$1,500,000
1995-IJ-CX-A017

Operation of Rocky Mountain Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center
University of Denver—Colorado Seminary
Deborah Bradford
$249,696
1995-IJ-CX-K004

Provide Support to the Border Research and Technology Center
U.S. Attorney, Southern District of California
Alan D. Bersin
$25,000
1995-IJ-CX-A039

Support for the NIJ Surplus Property Program
Ultimate Enterprise Limited
Michael C. Simpson
$74,978
1995-IJ-CX-K009

Support to the Border Research and Technology Center
The Aerospace Corporation
Robert Pentz
$249,997
1995-IJ-CX-K005

Technical Requirements for Implementation of TIN and Technical Support
U.S. Department of the Navy
Joseph Knoefel
$1,150,000
1995-IJ-CX-A016

Technology Assessment Program
U.S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology and the Office of Law Enforcement Standards
Kathleen M. Higgins
$800,000
1994-IJ-CX-A004

Technology Assessment Program Information Center
Aspen Systems Corporation
David Shinton
$947,334
1995-IJ-CX-K002

Test and Evaluation of a Handgun Detection System Based on Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation
Raytheon Company
Charles Ciany
$273,370
1995-IJ-CX-K008

Test and Evaluation of a Rear Seat Air Bag Restraint System
U.S. Department of the Navy
Tom Milhous
$25,200
1995-IJ-CX-A030

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Section 3: Intramural Research

Criminal Behavior

Analysis of Juvenile Drug Use Trends and Patterns
Jack Riley and Angela Moore Parmley

Arrestees in Emergency Rooms: Linking DUF and DAWN Data
James Trudeau and Thomas E. Feucht

Count Models of Postrelease Arrest of Youthful Offenders
Pamela K. Lattimore and Richard L. Linster

Crack and Powder Cocaine Use Among Arrestees: Trend Analysis of the DUF Data
Christy A. Visher and Thomas E. Feucht

Geometry of Crime: Feasibility Study
Robert Langworthy and Nancy La Vigne

Housing Circumstances of Arrestees in 23 U.S. Cities
Thomas E. Feucht and Jordan Leiter

Mobility of DUF Arrestees
Robert Langworthy and Nancy La Vigne

Patterns and Correlates of Assaults on Police
Robert Kaminski and Robert Langworthy

Rearrest Among DUF Arrestees: Prior Arrests and Current Drug Use
Thomas E. Feucht and Gabrielle M. Kyle

Risk of Death Among Serious Young Offenders
Pamela K. Lattimore and Richard L. Linster

Role of Drugs in Crime: Arrestees Under the Influence and in Need of Drugs
Jack Riley and Thomas E. Feucht

Target Selection in Personal Fraud
Richard Titus

Use of Methamphetamines Among Arrestees: An Analysis of the DUF Data
Thomas E. Feucht and Gabrielle M. Kyle

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Criminal Justice System

Assessment of Sentencing Outcomes for Drug Offenders in State Courts
Jordan Leiter and Angela Moore Parmley

Automated Risk Classification for Probationers
Pamela K. Lattimore and Richard L. Linster

Drug Assay Cutoff Levels for Marijuana: A Comparison of 100- and 50-ng/ml Cutoffs for Drug Testing Arrestees
Christy A. Visher and Thomas E. Feucht

Identifying Optimal Risk Classification Schemes for Probationers
Pamela K. Lattimore

Prison Drug Use: Results of Drug Testing in a State Prison System
Thomas E. Feucht and Gabrielle M. Kyle

Violence in U.S. Cities: Homicide Trends in Eight Cities
Pamela K. Lattimore

Violence in U.S. Cities: Homicide Trends in Large Cities
Pamela K. Lattimore and Jordan Leiter

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Crime Control and Prevention

Crime Prevention Through Design: The Case of the Washington, D.C., Metro
Nancy La Vigne

Effects of Mandatory Sentences and Sentencing Guidelines on Local Drug Markets
Jack Riley

Optimal Use of Multiple Methods of Drug Testing
Pamela K. Lattimore

Perceptions of Police Use of Force
Robert Langworthy and Stephanie Bourque

Relationship Between Crime and Changes in Public Housing
Jordan Leiter

Repeat Victimization in Residential Burglary
Richard Titus

Shelter Availability and Murder and Nonnegligent Homicide Rates
Bernard Auchter and Stephanie Bourque

Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Homicide in Washington State
Eric Jefferis and Robert Langworthy

Studies in Community Preparedness for Domestic Terrorism and Politically Motivated Violence
Jack Riley

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Section 4: Development, Dissemination, and Research Support

Annual Review of Justice Research
Castine Research Corporation
Michael H. Tonry
$155,899
1992-IJ-CX-K044

Crime and Justice Volume on Youth Violence
Castine Research Corporation
Michael H. Tonry
$173,303
1995-IJ-CX-0035

Criminal Justice Research Training Program
University of Maryland—College Park
Charles Wellford
$19,656
1995-IJ-CX-A033

Data Resources Program of the National Institute of Justice
University of Michigan
Chris Dunn
$307,552
1995-IJ-CX-C005

Developing an Internet Model for Cross-National Information Sharing and Dissemination
Sergey S. Chapkey, NIJ Visiting Fellow
$52,298
1995-IJ-CX-0033

Development and Production of Annual Reports and Other Materials
Cygnus Corporation
Anne Pritchett
$119,269
1994-IJ-CX-C005

National Criminal Justice Reference Service
Aspen Systems Corporation
Richard S. Rosenthal
$3,315,307
OJP-94-C-006

Partnership Against Violence Network Gopher Server
U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agriculture Library
John D. Kane
$29,957
1995-IJ-CX-A047

Professional Conference Series
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
Edward F. Connors
$1,130,000
1994-MU-CX-C008

Research Applications Contract
Abt Associates Inc.
Joan Mullen
$750,000
1994-MU-CX-C007

Technical Assistance and Support
KOBA Associates, Inc.
Sampson Annan
$1,586,478
1991-MU-CX-C008

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Date Created: November 19, 2007