NIJ Awards in Fiscal Year 1998

Note: An asterisk (*) before a project name means the award was made With funds appropriated under the Crime Act.

Corrections


Addressing Sentencing-Related Changes in Correctional Health Care: Building a Researcher-Practitioner Partnership
University of Texas Medical Branch
Jacques Baillargeon
$150,013
1998-CE-VX-0022

*Baseline Psychopathology in Women's Prison: Its Impact on Institutional Adjustment and Treatment Efficacy
University of Virginia
Janet Warren
$148,457
1998-CE-VX-0027

*Building an Effective Research Collaboration Between the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and Temple University
Temple University
Jack R. Greene
$159,801
1998-CE-VX-0016

Case Classification in Community Corrections: National Survey of the State of the Art
University of Cincinnati
Edward Latessa
$59,559
1998-IJ-CX-0008

*Changing Prison Strategies in Response to Violent Offender Incarceration/Truth-in-Sentencing Legislation
RAND Corporation
Nancy Merritt
$178,708
1998-CE-VX-0023

*Community Jails Statewide Research Consortium
University of Alaska—Anchorage
Nancy E. Schafter
$49,892
1998-CE-VX-0014

*Crime, Coercion, and Communities: The Unintended Consequences of Removal on Community Organization
Urban Institute
William J. Sabol
$166,827
1998-CE-VX-0004

Effects of Change Over Time in Numbers and Composition of State Prison Populations on the Level of Crime
University of New Mexico
Bert Useem
$21,551
1998-IJ-CX-0085

Evaluation of the New Mexico Department of Corrections Work-Release Program
University of New Mexico
Bert Useem
$199,816
1998-CE-VX-0005

*Evolving Optimum Prison Classification Policies in the Implementation of Truth in Sentencing: A Dynamic Model
South Carolina Department of Corrections
Lorraine T. Fowler
$149,585
1998-CE-VX-0025

*Explaining Instability in the New Mexico Female Prison Population
University of New Mexico
Gary Lafree
$51,458
1998-CE-VX-0020

*Georgia Cognitive Skills Experiment: Georgia Board of Pardons and Parole
University of Cincinnati
Patricia Van Voorhis
$143,861
1998-CE-VX-0013

*Government Management of Prison Privatization
Abt Associates Inc.
Terence Dunworth
$247,438
1998-CE-VX-0002

Health Status of Soon-To-Be-Released Inmates
National Commission on Correctional Health Care
Robert Greifinger
$500,000
1997-IJ-CX-K018

Impact Assessment of Sex Offender Community Notification on Wisconsin Communities
Marquette University
Richard G. Zevitz
$49,972
1998-IJ-CX-0015

*Impact of Incarceration on Crime, Crime Patterns, and Crime Rates
University of California—Berkeley
Jose Canela-Cacho
$149,998
1998-CE-VX-0029

Nighttime Incarceration as an Intermediate Sanction: An Evaluation of the Oklahoma County Program
University of Oklahoma Department of Public Safety
Thomas E. James
$167,114
1998-IJ-CX-0011

*Unintended Consequences of Sentencing Policy: Key Issues in Developing Strategies to Address Long-Term Care Needs
Pennsylvania State University
Cynthia Massie
$131,768
1998-CE-VX-0011

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Courts


Are Hung Juries a Problem?
National Center for State Courts
Victor Flango
$169,588
1998-IJ-CX-0048

Community Justice Planning Grant
County of Travis, Texas
Chriss Wetherington
$49,959
1998-IJ-CX-0045

Domestic Violence Courts: Jurisdiction, Organization, Performance Goals, and Measures
National Center for State Courts
Susan Keilitz
$124,170
1998-WT-VX-0002

Evaluation of Post-Adjudication Felony Drug Court
University of Florida—Gainesville
Ronald L. Akers
$22,374
1998-IJ-CX-0051

An Evaluation and Review of the Peacemaker Court of the Navajo Nation
Temple University
Eric Gross
$3,990
1997-IJ-CX-0039

An Evaluation of Safe Streets Now!
Justice Research Center
Jan Roehl
$163,426
1998-IJ-CX-0058

Impact of Community and Legal Context on the Adjudication and Sentencing Process
Joint Centers for Justice Studies, Inc.
Christopher D. Maxwell
$24,973
1998-IJ-CX-0023

Increasing Our Understanding of the Recovery Process Through Drug Court Narratives
Syracuse University
Mary Ann Holmquist
$49,608
1998-IJ-CX-0041

A Review of Specialized Courts: Key Issues in Handling Child Abuse and Neglect Cases
Urban Institute
Adele Harrell
$75,243
1997-IJ-CX-0013

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Crime Mapping


*Assistance in Crime Mapping and Analysis Technology for Enhancing Law Enforcement and Prosecution Coordination
Hunter College
Victor Goldsmith
$63,648
1998-LB-VX-0004

*Combining Police and Probation Research to Reduce Burglary
Arizona State University
Vincent Webb
$224,118
1998-IJ-CX-0059

Community Safety Information System Implementation
U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division
Nancy Sweesy
$399,640
1998-IJ-CX-A063

*Crime Hot Spot Forecasting: Modeling and Comparative Evaluation
Carnegie Mellon University
Wilpen Gorr
$200,110
1998-IJ-CX-K005

Crime Mapping Research Center Fellowship Program
Julie D. Wartell, NIJ Visiting Fellow
$90,857
1998-LB-VX-0003

*Detection and Prediction of Geographical Changes in Crime
State University of New York—Buffalo
Peter Rogerson
$221,520
1998-IJ-CX-K008

*GIS Analysis of the Relationship Between Public Order and More Serious Crime
University of Texas—Austin
William R. Kelly
$147,166
1998-IJ-CX-K009

*GITS: Further Analyses Using Orange County's Multijurisdictional Gang Incident Tracking System
University of California—Irvine
James W. Meeker
$103,060
1998-IJ-CX-0072

Innovative Crime Mapping Techniques and Spatial Analysis: Phase II
Hunter College
Victor Goldsmith
$249,821
1997-LB-VX-K013

*Mapping Crime: Principle and Practice
University of Maryland—Baltimore County
Keith D. Harries
$20,000
1998-LB-VX-0009

Predictive Methods for Crime Analysis
University of Virginia
D.E. Brown, Visiting Fellow
$139,043
1998-LB-VX-0008

*Predictive Models for Law Enforcement
University of Virginia
D.E. Brown, Visiting Fellow
$299,940
1998-IJ-CX-K010

Using a High-Definition Geographic Information System to Enhance Community Policing on College Campuses
Temple University
George Rengert
$248,662
1998-IJ-CX-0001

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Crime Prevention


The Children-at-Risk Program: A Study of the Feasibility of a Longer Term Evaluation
Urban Institute
Adele Harrell
$34,431
1992-DD-CX-0031

Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education
National Science Foundation
Cheryl Eavey
$25,000
1998-IJ-CX-A050

Does Community Crime Prevention Make a Difference?
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
Carolyn Rebecca Block
$138,067
1998-WT-VX-0022

Effects of Casino Gambling on Crime and Quality of Life in New Casino Jurisdictions
University of Nevada—Reno
Grant Stitt
$252,331
1998-IJ-CX-0037

Labor Markets and Crime: Criminal Justice Policy and Research Issues
Orlando Rodriguez, NIJ Visiting Fellow
$115,764
1998-IJ-CX-0047

*Process Evaluation of Maryland's Hot Spot Communities Program
Urban Institute
Jeffrey A. Roth
$329,237
1998-IJ-CX-0029

Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods
Harvard University
Felton J. Earls
$2,200,000
1993-IJ-CX-K005

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Drugs and Crime


Drugs and Crime, General

Breaking the Cycle Research Demonstration Project
Jacksonville (Florida)
Judith A. Truett
$3,000,000
1998-IJ-CX-K013

Breaking the Cycle Research Demonstration Project
Pierce County (Washington) Alliance
Dean Wilson
$3,000,000
1998-IJ-CX-K011

Breaking the Cycle Research Demonstration Project
University of Alabama—Birmingham
L. Foster Cook
$2,812,302
1996-IJ-CX-0065

*Classifying Inmates for Strategic Programming
Vera Institute of Justice, Inc.
Douglas Young
$128,240
1998-CE-VX-0010

Evaluation of a Comprehensive Service-Based Intervention to Reduce Substance Abuse
Yale University
Denise Stevens
$191,718
1998-IJ-CX-0053

Evaluation of La Bodega de la Familia: A Family Drug Crisis Center
Vera Institute of Justice, Inc.
Douglas Young
$159,980
1998-IJ-CX-0049

A Life Course Model of Career in Crime and Substance Abuse
University of Minnesota
Christopher Uggen
$45,903
1998-IJ-CX-0036

Operation Drug TEST
District of Columbia Pretrial Services Agency
Gerry Chapman
$265,273
1998-IJ-CX-A009

PharmChem Drug Testing Laboratory
PharmChem Laboratories, Inc.
Elizabeth M. Lison
$36,000
1998-IJ-CX-C010

Sacramento Batterer/Drug Intervention Experiment
California State University—Sacramento
Carole Barnes
$99,905
1998-IJ-CX-K014

Why Haven't Drug Prices Risen With Tougher Enforcement? Modeling the Behavior of Drug Markets
University of Maryland—College Park
Peter Reuter
$260,730
1998-IJ-CX-0040

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Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM)/Drug Use Forecasting (DUF) Programs

Dallas ADAM
County of Dallas
Pat McMillan
$7,636
1994-IJ-CX-A039

DUF Program: Assistance With Program Operations
Aspen Systems Corporation
Debra Hoffmaster
$152,310
1993-IJ-CX-C002

DUF—Washington, D.C.
District of Columbia Pretrial Services Agency
Kathryn Boyer
$9,010
1995-IJ-CX-A024

Ft. Lauderdale ADAM
Broward County Sheriff's Office
Ron Cochran
$12,293
1994-IJ-CX-A030

Houston ADAM
Houston-Galveston Area Council
Brett Arkinson
$31,965
1995-IJ-CX-A008

Indianapolis ADAM
Marion County Justice Agency
Cindy Mowery
$11,554
1995-IJ-CX-A013

Los Angeles ADAM
University of California—Los Angeles
Douglas Anglin
$48,157
1997-IJ-CX-A007

Manhattan ADAM
New York City Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Alcoholism Services
Patricia Thomas
$39,884
1994-IJ-CX-A013

Miami ADAM
Miami County Department of Human Services
Raphael Martinez
$9,734
1998-IJ-CX-A012

*Rural ADAM Project
University of Nebraska—Omaha
Denise C. Herz
$26,104
1998-IJ-CX-0065

Support Services for ADAM Program
Abt Associates Inc.
D. Hunt
$4,694,545
1998-IJ-CX-C001

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Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program

*A Collaborative Evaluation of Pennsylvania's Program for Drug-Involved Violators
Vera Institute of Justice, Inc.
Douglas Young
$59,989
1998-RT-VX-K002

Evaluation of the Barnstable County Sheriff's Department's RSAT Program
Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety
Diane Brensilber
$59,990
1998-RT-VX-K006

*Evaluation of Jail-Based Treatment in Virginia
University of Maryland—College Park
Bruce Kubu
$59,982
1998-RT-VX-K001

*Evaluation of Wisconsin's Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program for Female State Prisoners
University of Wisconsin—Madison
D. Paul Moberg
$59,864
1998-RT-VX-K003

*Local Process Evaluation of the Michigan Department of Corrections RSAT Program
National Council on Crime and Delinquency
James Austin
$60,000
1998-RT-VX-K007

*Outcome Evaluation of Wisconsin Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program
University of Wisconsin—Madison
D. Paul Moberg
$99,351
1998-RT-VX-K005

*Process Assessment of Correctional Treatment
Texas Christian University
Kevin Knight
$59,946
1998-RT-VX-K004

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Information Dissemination and General Support


Annual Review of Justice Research
Castine Research Corporation
Michael Tonry
$170,592
1992-IJ-CX-K044

Committee on Law and Justice Core Support
National Academy of Sciences
Carol Petrie
$210,000
1998-IJ-CX-0030

Crime Atlas
Justice Research and Statistics Association
Joan C. Weiss
$89,501
1998-IJ-CX-K001

Criminal Justice Research Training Program
University of Maryland—College Park
Charles Wellford
$25,000
1995-IJ-CX-A033

Data Resources Program of the National Institute of Justice
University of Michigan
Paul J. Stemple
$458,082
1995-IJ-CX-C005

Developing Communications Initiatives in Criminal Justice
CF Productions, Inc.
Thomas V. Brady
$52,000
1998-IJ-CX-0076

Development and Production of Annual Reports and Other Materials
Cygnus Corporation
Todd Phillips
$26,000
1994-IJ-CX-C005

*Idaho Criminal Justice Statistics
Idaho Department of Law Enforcement
Robert C. Uhlenkott
$50,000
1997-MU-MU-K016

John B. Pickett Fellowship in Criminal Justice Policy and Management
Harvard University
Susan Michaelson
$99,600
1992-IJ-CX-0012

National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS)
Aspen Systems Corporation
Richard Rosenthal
$10,889,355
1994-MU-CX-C006

National Institute of Justice Publications Support
Palladian Partners, Inc.
Cate Timmerman
$113,874
1998-IJ-CX-C009

Policy Forums on Crime Issues for State Policymakers
National Governors' Association, Center for Best Practices
David E. Brown
$70,000
1998-IJ-CX-0054

Professional Conference Series
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
Edward F. Connors
$129,400
1994-MU-CX-C008

Research Application Contract
Abt Associates Inc.
Catherine Conly
$1,156,371
1994-MU-CX-C007

Scholarly Conference: "Why Is Crime Decreasing?"
Northwestern University
John P. Heinz
$21,680
1998-IJ-CX-0046

Technical Assistance for NIJ's Professional Conference Series
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
Edward F. Connors
$1,200,000
1998-IJ-CX-C002

*Technical Assistance and Support
CSR, Inc.
Edward J. Spurlock
$6,313,071
1996-MU-MU-C004

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International Crime


The Internet Studio: Building Technical Support Infrastructure for NIJ's International Program
Rule of Law Foundation
Sergey Chapkey
$293,413
1998-IJ-CX-0007

Links Between International and Domestic Sex Industries
Coalition Against Trafficking Women
Janice Raymond
$188,677
1998-WT-VX-0032

The Role of Local Law Enforcement in Controlling Illegal Immigration and Other Transnational Crime
Georgetown University
William F. McDonald
$44,988
1995-IJ-CX-0110

Transnational Organized Crime Workshop
National Academy of Sciences
Faith Mitchell
$75,000
1998-IJ-CX-0019

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Policing


*COMPSTAT and Organizational Changes: A National Assessment
Police Foundation
David Weisburd
$351,861
1998-IJ-CX-0070

Curbing Police Brutality: What Works?
Eastern Michigan University
Liqun Cao
$25,000
1998-IJ-CX-0064

*The Force Factor: Measuring Police Use of Force Relative to Suspect Resistance
University of South Carolina
Geoffrey Alpert
$270,173
1998-IJ-CX-0018

Frontiers of Policing
State University of New York—Albany
David Bayley
$49,994
1998-IJ-CX-0017

*Identifying Correlates of Police Deviance: An Empirical Study of Police Corruption and Brutality in New York (1975–1996)
Temple University
Jack R. Greene
$298,719
1996-IJ-CX-0053

*Measuring the Effectiveness of the Police Corps Model
Allegheny County
Susan Allen
$223,377
1998-IJ-CX-0084

Monitoring and Modeling Impacts of Policing Initiatives
National Development and Research Institutes, Inc.
Bruce D. Johnson
$212,999
1998-IJ-CX-K012

The Phoenix Project: Predictors of Suspect Use of Force
Charlotte Research Center
Russell Johnson
$24,991
1998-IJ-CX-0071

Police Perjury: Deviance or Utilitarianism
Michael O. Foley
$17,125
1998-IJ-CX-0032

*Process Evaluation of Police Restructuring in the District of Columbia
Urban Institute
Jeffrey A. Roth
$440,803
1998-IJ-CX-K007

*Reducing Nonemergency Calls to 911: Four Approaches
University of Cincinnati
Lorraine Green Mazerolle
$399,919
1998-IJ-CX-0067

*Responding to the Problem Police Officer: An Evaluation of Early Warning Systems
University of Nebraska—Omaha
Samuel Walker
$174,643
1998-IJ-CX-0002

*Structure of Large Municipal Police Organizations
University of Nebraska—Omaha
Mary Laura Farnham
$177,159
1998-IJ-CX-0003

*Supporting Police Integrity
Temple University
Jack R. Greene
$221,589
1998-IJ-CX-0066

*Turnover Among Alaska Village Public Safety Officers: An Examination of the Factors Associated With Attrition
University of Alaska—Anchorage
Darryl Wood
$48,995
1998-IJ-CX-0035

Update and Expansion of the RAND Survey Regarding State and Local Police Investigative Processes
Michigan State University
Frank Horvath
$108,442
1998-IJ-CX-0057

*Use of Force by the Montgomery County Police Department
Joint Centers for Justice Studies, Inc.
Joel Garner
$76,034
1998-IJ-CX-0086

*Women in Policing: Assessing the Work Environment
New Traditions for Women, Inc.
Donna Milgram
$93,281
1998-IJ-CX-0013

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Community Policing

*Building Effective Strategies for Community Policing
State University of New York—Albany
Raymond Hunt
$140,991
1995-IJ-CX-0081

*Community Policing Strategies: First National Survey Update
Macro International, Inc.
Billy Jones
$39,972
1996-IJ-CX-0045

Evaluating Community Policing in Public Housing: South Philadelphia Initiative
Temple University
Jack R. Greene
$191,475
1998-IJ-CX-0052

*An Evaluation of the Dallas Police Department Interactive Community Policing Program
University of Texas—Arlington
Charles H. Mindel
$295,570
1995-IJ-CX-0070

*Organizational Issues in Community Policing: Effects of Geographical and Staffing Models on Community Policing
City of San Diego
Donna J. Warlick
$176,230
1998-IJ-CX-0016

*Police Department and Police Officer Association Leaders' Perceptions of Community Policing
University of Cincinnati
Lawrence Travis
$139,052
1998-IJ-CX-0005

*Policing in a Community Context
University of Cincinnati
James Frank
$373,971
1998-IJ-CX-0063

*Problem Solving Strategies and Tactics for Community Policing
City of San Diego
Donna J. Warlick
$213,119
1998-IJ-CX-0080

*Transition: Creating a Culture of Community Policing
University of New Mexico
Marjorie Hudson
$177,124
1998-IJ-CX-0073

*Wave 4 Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Evaluation
Urban Institute
Jeffrey A. Roth
$427,775
1998-IJ-CX-0087

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Corrections and Law Enforcement Family Support

*Creating Positive Mentors: Provision of Supervisory Skills Training for Sergeants and Field Training Officers
Miami Police Department
Paul Sherpard
$45,425
1996-FS-VX-0003

*Corrections Officer Maintenance Program
Connecticut Department of Corrections
Robert Munroe
$99,990
1998-FS-VX-0003

*Law Enforcement and Corrections Family Support
City of East Lansing (Michigan)
Patricia E. Nowak
$10,202
1998-FS-VX-0001

*Law Enforcement and Family Support Program
Iowa State University
Eugene Deisinger
$147,395
1996-FS-VX-0006

Law Enforcement Family Support Project
Michigan State Police, Forensic Science Division
Gary Kaufman
$41,422
1998-FS-VX-0007

*Longview Police Department Prevention and Treatment of Stress
Longview Police Guild (Washington)
Jim Duscha
$49,252
1998-FS-VX-0006

*Modern Prison Work
Southern Illinois University
Jody Sundt
$99,934
1998-CE-VX-0021

Online Education, Resources, and Support for Law Enforcement Families
Nashville-Davidson County (Tennessee)
Lorraine Williams-Greene
$99,559
1998-FS-VX-0004

*Peer Support Program
Fraternal Order of Police, Old Pueblo Lodge #51 (Tuscon, Arizona)
Larry Morris
$224,016
1998-FS-VX-0005

Police Family Life Education Project
Philadelphia Police Department
Mitchell Yanak
$73,447
1998-FS-VX-0002

*Reaching Out to North Carolina's Law Enforcement Community
North Carolina Department of Crime Control and Public Safety, Governor's Crime Commission
George S. Ake
$67,020
1998-FS-VX-0008

*Stress Reduction Program for Law Enforcement Personnel and Their Families
City of Los Angeles
Kevin J. Jablonski
$89,785
1998-IJ-CX-0010

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Locally Initiated Partnerships, Policing

Development of a Multiagency Research Partnership Involving the Chandler, Glendale, and Scottsdale, Arizona, Police Departments
Arizona State University
Vince Webb
$113,240
1998-IJ-CX-0006

*Implementing Community Policing in Los Angeles: A Partnership Between the Los Angeles Police Department, University of
California, Los Angeles, and University of Southern California
Training Research Corporation
Wellford Wilms
$179,560
1995-IJ-CX-0060

*Institutionalizing the Use of Research in a Local Police Department: A Continuing Partnership
University of Cincinnati
Lawrence Travis
$75,913
1998-IJ-CX-0068

*Locally Initiated Research Partnership With Arlington County, Virginia, Police Department
Urban Institute
Elizabeth Langston
$133,911
1998-IJ-CX-0009

National Evaluation of Locally Initiated Research Partnerships I
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
J. Thomas McEwen
$299,971
1995-IJ-CX-0083

*Research Partnership Between Lexington, Kentucky, Division of Police and Eastern Kentucky University
Eastern Kentucky University
Larry Gaines
$33,464
1998-IJ-CX-0004

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Policing Technology

*Evaluation of Computers in Patrol Cars: Implications for the Community Policing Roles of Police Officers
San Francisco State University
Caran Colvin
$255,000
1998-IJ-CX-0012

*Impact of Oleoresin Capsicum Spray on Respiratory Function in the Sitting and Prone Maximal Restraint Positions
University of California—San Diego
Theodore C. Chan
$128,176
1998-IJ-CX-0079

*Multimethod Study of Police Special Weapons and Tactics Teams
University of Houston
David Klinger
$187,364
1998-IJ-CX-0081

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Public Housing and Crime


Community-Based Assessment of the Calexico Housing Authority's Drug Elimination Program
San Diego State University Foundation
Michael Sabath
$131,357
1998-IJ-CX-0055

Comparative Effects of High-Rise Public Housing for the Elderly
Omaha Housing Authority
Katy Salzman
$131,063
1998-IJ-CX-0075

Evaluating Community Policing in Public Housing: The South Philadelphia Initiative
Temple University
Jack R. Greene
$191,475
1998-IJ-CX-0052

An Evaluation of a Comprehensive Service-Based Intervention Strategy in Public Housing
Yale University
Denise Stevens
$191,718
1998-IJ-CX-0053

Evaluation of a Public Housing Drug Elimination Program
Arkansas State University
David Harding
$74,182
1998-IJ-CX-0061

Evaluation of a Truancy Reduction Program
Metropolitan Development and Housing Authority
Gerald F. Nicely
$118,042
1998-IJ-CX-0056

Fear of Crime in Two Public Housing Contexts
North Carolina State University
William R. Smith
$63,052
1998-IJ-CX-0050

Neighborhood Revitalization and Disorder: An Intervention Evaluation
University of Utah
Barbara Brown
$236,195
1998-IJ-CX-0022

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Schools


A National Study of Delinquency Prevention in Schools
Gottfredson Associates, Inc.
Gary D. Gottfredson
$261,419
1996-MU-MU-0008

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Sentencing

*Addressing Sentencing-Related Changes in Correctional Health Care: Building a Researcher-Practitioner Partnership
University of Texas Medical Branch
Jacques Baillargeon
$150,013
1998-CE-VX-0022

Attitudes Toward Crime and Punishment in Vermont: An Experiment With Restorative Justice
Doble Research Associates, Inc.
John Doble
$94,757
1998-IJ-CX-0028

Estimating the Impacts of Three Strikes and Truth-in-Sentencing on Correctional Populations
University of California—Los Angeles
Elsa Chen
$34,997
1998-IJ-CX-0082

*Evaluating the Development of an Empirically Based Risk Assessment
National Center for State Courts
Brian J. Ostrom
$237,787
1998-CE-VX-0009

*Examining the Effects of Ohio's Truth-in-Sentencing
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
Horst Gienapp
$117,570
1998-CE-VX-0019

*Impact of Determinate Sentencing Laws on Plea Rates and Court Delay
Justec Research
Thomas Marvell
$110,387
1998-CE-VX-0017

*Impact of Ohio's Senate Bill 2 on Sentencing Disparity
University of Cincinnati
John Wooldredge
$149,194
1998-CE-VX-0015

*Impact of Truth in Sentencing on Length of Stay in Prison
Urban Institute
William J. Sabol
$212,491
1998-CE-VX-0006

*Michigan Sentencing Guidelines: Integrating Intermediate Sanctions into Guidelines and Examining the Judicial Response
National Center for State Courts
Victor Flango
$250,952
1998-CE-VX-0008

*New Jersey No Early Release Act: Impact on Prosecution, Sentencing
Rutgers—The State University of New Jersey
Candace McCoy
$1,124,219
1998-CE-VX-0007

*Research on and Evaluation of Sentencing Reforms and Their Effects
Oregon Criminal Justice Council
Phillip Lemman
$310,152
1998-CE-VX-0030

Social and Economic Impact of Sentencing Practices
Yale University
Kathryn Dudley
$93,481
1998-CE-VX-0012

*Unintended Consequences of Sentencing Policy: Creation of Long-Term Health Care Obligations
Abt Associates Inc.
William Rhodes
$127,077
1998-CE-VX-0001

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Technology Development


Officer Protection and Crime Prevention

*COPLINK Database Integration and Access for Law Enforcement Intranet
City of Tucson
Douglas F. Smith
$200,000
1997-LB-VX-K023

*Offender Wide-Area Continuous Electronic Monitoring Systems
Lucent Technologies, Inc., Integrated Solutions
Laura G. Tutterow
$272,677
1998-LB-VX-K005

*Proof of Concept and Demonstration for the Personal Alarm
Telephonics Corporation
Dennis Fortner
$459,078
1997-LB-VX-K021

*Technology Thrust Areas and Technology Solutions to Law Enforcement
Raytheon TI Systems, Inc.
Frank Bates
$500,000
1998-LB-VX-K001

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Investigative and Forensic Science

Forensics, General

*Computational Assistance and Training in DNA Population Genetics for Forensic Science Laboratories
University of Illinois
R.E. Gaensslen
$98,952
1998-LB-VX-A018

*Detection of Date-Rape Drugs in Hair and Urine
University of Illinois—Chicago
Adam Negrusz
$105,564
1998-LB-VX-K020

Develop a Rapid Immobilized Probe Assay for the Detection of mtDNA Variation
Children's Hospital—Oakland Research Institute
Rebecca L. Reynolds
$193,318
1996-IJ-CX-0028

Forensic Accreditation Board: An Accreditation Program for Forensic Specialty Certifying Programs
American Academy of Forensic Sciences
Graham R. Jones
$51,000
1998-IJ-CX-0074

*Medicolegal Death Investigator Guidelines and Training Project
Occupational Research and Assessment, Inc.
Steven C. Clark
$150,000
1998-LB-VX-0007

National Center for Forensic Science
University of Central Florida
William W. McGee
$1,047,992
1998-IJ-CX-K003

*National Commission on the Future of DNA Evidence
U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Columbia
Barbara Anijikaiye
$99,952
1998-LB-VX-A049

*Pattern Recognition Techniques in Investigative and Forensic Sciences
Institute for Linguistic Evidence, Inc.
Carole E. Chaski
$90,000
1998-LB-VX-0065

*Support to the 15th Meeting of the International Association of Forensic Sciences
15th Meeting of the International Association of Forensic Sciences, Inc.
Barry A.J. Fisher
$49,920
1998-LB-VX-0011

Teleforensic Demonstration Project
New York State Police
Gerald M. Zeosky
$50,000
1998-IJ-CX-A051

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DNA 5-Year Research and Development Plan

*Chip-Based Genetic Detector for Rapid Identification of Individuals
Nanogen, Inc.
Michael I. Nerenberg
$499,882
1997-LB-VX-0004

*Database of Y-Chromosome STR Loci in U.S. Populations
Pennsylvania State University
Mark Stoneking
$110,384
1998-LB-VX-0005

*Evaluation of New STR Markers for Forensic Analysis
University of Cincinnati
Ranjan Deka
$220,359
1998-LB-VX-0002

*Evaluation of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNP's) for Human Identification Use
University of Texas—Houston
David Stivers
$40,000
1998-LB-VX-0010

*Improved Analysis of DNA STR's for Human Identification-Mass Spectrometry
Genetrace Systems, Inc.
Christopher H. Becker
$301,999
1997-LB-VX-0003

*Microchip DNA Fingerprinting Devices
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
J. Michael Ramsey
$498,963
1997-LB-VX-A063

*Microdevice for Automated, Ultra-High-Speed, and Portable DNA Forensics
Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research
Daniel J. Ehrlich
$250,000
1998-LB-VX-K022

*Rapid DNA Typing by Laser Desorption Mass Spectroscopy
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
C.H. Winston Chen
$149,040
1997-LB-VX-A047

*Validation of the Combined DNA Index System-Approved DNA Markers for Forensic Testing
University of Texas—Houston
Ranajit Chakraborty
$49,741
1998-LB-VX-K019

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Forensic DNA Laboratory Improvement Program

Acquisition of CODIS Capabilities
City of Tucson (Arizona)
Walter K. Tannert
$11,360
1998-DN-VX-0026

Arizona DNA Analysis Enhancement Program
Arizona Department of Public Safety
Debra A. Figarelli
$420,000
1998-DN-VX-0014

Arkansas: Establishment of a DNA Data Bank
Arkansas State Crime Laboratory
Kenneth H. Michau
$161,250
1998-DN-VX-0019

California Statewide DNA Laboratory Improvement Program
California Department of Justice, Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Jan Bashinski
$1,000,000
1998-DN-VX-0013

Continuation and Expansion of "Fast Track" Forensic Indexing of Crime Scene Profiles
City of Albuquerque (New Mexico)
John F. Krebsbach
$141,979
1998-DN-VX-0009

Denver Forensic DNA Laboratory Improvement Program
Denver Police Department
Greggory S. LaBerge
$198,340
1998-DN-VX-0010

Developing Criteria for Model External DNA Proficiency Testing
University of Illinois—Chicago
Joseph L. Peterson
$249,926
1996-DN-VX-0001

Development and Implementation of West Virginia Short Tandem Repeat Combined DNA Index System Database
Marshall University Research Corporation
Terry W. Fenger
$2,000,000
1998-DN-VX-K001

DNA Improvement of Data-Basing and Forensic Casework
Michigan State Police, Forensic Science Division
Frank E. Schehr
$457,015
1998-DN-VX-0031

DNA STR Conversion Project
Marion County (Indianapolis) Forensic Services Agency
James E. Hamby
$359,560
1998-DN-VX-0004

Enhancement of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's Forensic DNA Laboratory Program
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Forensic Services Division
William J. Darby, III
$85,336
1998-DN-VX-0002

Expanded Felon DNA Databank Program for the State of Alabama
Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences
John W. Hicks
$374,900
1998-DN-VX-0021

Expanded Forensic DNA Testing Program for the State of Hawaii
Honolulu Police Department
Wayne Kimoto
$300,540
1998-DN-VX-0020

Expanding DNA Analysis Capabilities: STR Implementation
County of Bexar (Texas)
Lonnie D. Ginsberg
$171,310
1998-DN-VX-0024

Expanding DNA Typing in Georgia
Georgia Bureau of Investigation
George Herrin, Jr.
$380,950
1998-DN-VX-0022

Expansion of DNA Analysis Capabilities
Illinois State Police, Springfield
Susan Hart Johns
$150,000
1998-DN-VX-0032

Expansion of DNA Services
North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation
Mark S. Nelson
$73,000
1998-DN-VX-0012

Florida Statewide Coordinated Forensic DNA Laboratory Program
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Dale Heideman
$900,000
1998-DN-VX-0034

Forensic Development of STR Database and Comparison to Nonsubject Cases
Maryland State Police
Louis C. Portis
$180,808
1996-DN-VX-0002

Forensic DNA Enhancement Project for Texas
Texas Department of Public Safety
D. Pat Johnson
$380,000
1998-DN-VX-0001

Forensic DNA Laboratory Program Expansion
Missouri State Highway Patrol
T. J. Luikart
$546,742
1998-DN-VX-0025

Forensic DNA Program for Connecticut: PCR Technologies
Connecticut Department of Public Safety
Elaine M. Pagliaro
$191,000
1998-DN-VX-0017

Fort Worth DNA Laboratory Enhancement
City of Fort Worth (Texas)
D.E. Garrett
$121,085
1998-DN-VX-0027

Houston Forensic DNA Laboratory Improvement Program
City of Houston
James Bolding
$106,909
1998-DN-VX-0005

Implementation of Automated Multiplex Short Tandem Repeats in Forensic Casework
County of Dallas
Timothy J. Sliter
$151,068
1998-DN-VX-0006

Improvement of Capability to Analyze DNA
Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services
Deanne F. Dabbs
$375,000
1998-DN-VX-0018

Increasing STR Typing Capabilities in the Oregon DNA Laboratory
Oregon Department of State Police
Cecilia H. von Beroldingen
$113,198
1997-DN-VX-0013

Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department DNA Equipment Upgrade
Kansas City Police Department
John T. Wilson
$163,700
1998-DN-VX-0033

Maine Statewide DNA Laboratory Improvement Program
Maine Department of Public Safety
Timothy D. Kupferschmid
$155,000
1997-DN-VX-0008

Montana DNA Program
Montana Department of Justice
James Streeter
$34,550
1998-DN-VX-0008

North Dakota Department of Health Crime Laboratory Division DNA Project
North Dakota Department of Health
Hope R. Olson
$73,774
1998-DN-VX-0030

North Louisiana Crime Lab DNA Analysis Improvement Program
North Louisiana Criminalistics Laboratory
Patrick W. Wojtkiewicz
$275,470
1998-DN-VX-0003

Northern Illinois Police Crime Lab Forensic DNA Analysis Program
Northern Illinois Police Crime Laboratory
Jane M. Homeyer
$266,669
1998-DN-VX-0011

Prince Georges County Police Department DNA/Serology Laboratory Project
Prince Georges County (Maryland) Government
Michael Ricucci
$222,290
1998-DN-VX-0028

STR Conversion and Expansion of CODIS Database
Minnesota Department of Public Safety
Terry L. Laber
$200,000
1998-DN-VX-0023

STR Technology Update and Increased Combined DNA Index System Capacity
New Jersey Division of State Police
Linda B. Jankowski
$297,381
1998-DN-VX-0035

Tarrant County Forensic DNA Laboratory Enhancement Program
County of Tarrant (Texas)
Ronald L. Singer
$89,520
1998-DN-VX-0016

Upgrade of Serological Analysis to DNA Technologies
Kentucky State Police
Lucy A. Davis
$231,570
1998-DN-VX-0007

Validation and Implementation of PCR-STR Analysis and CODIS Site Establishment
Baltimore County (Maryland) Police Department
Karen L. Irish
$119,300
1998-DN-VX-0015

Washington State Patrol Forensic DNA Laboratory Improvement Program, Phase III
Washington State Patrol
Donald C. MacLaren
$300,000
1998-DN-VX-0029

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Less-Than-Lethal Incapacitation

*Biomechanical Assessment of Nonlethal Weapons
Wayne State University
Albert I. King
$148,276
1998-LB-VX-K017

*Development of a Database of the Effects of Less-Than-Lethal Weapons
Pro Tac International
Ken Hubbs
$84,770
1998-LB-VX-K006

Evaluation of the Human Effects of a Prototype Electric Stun Projectile
Pennsylvania State University
Pamela R. Kauffman
$99,600
1998-IJ-CX-K006

*Evaluation of Vehicle Stopping Electromagnetic Prototype Devices
U.S. Department of the Army
E. Scannell
$250,000
1998-LB-VX-A099

Ring Airfoil Projectile System for Less-Than-Lethal Application
Guilford Engineering Associates, Inc.
David Findlay
$249,303
1997-IJ-CX-K019

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Communication and Information Technology

*Development of Advanced Wireless Technology Standards
Association of Public Safety Communications Officials International, Inc.
Craig M. Jorgensen
$44,570
1997-LB-VX-K002

*Development of a Community Access System for the Chicago Police Department
Abt Associates Inc.
Marianne Beauregard
$474,418
1998-LB-VX-0070

*Face Recognition and Intelligent Software Development
Analytic Services, Inc.
Tina M. Babin
$3,749,998
1998-LB-VX-K021

*Investigation and Evaluation of Voice Stress Analysis Technology
U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory
Sharon M. Walter
$150,000
1998-LB-VX-A013

*Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice Multijurisdiction Information System Study—Phase II
Center for Technology Commercialization, Inc.
Thomas Kennedy
$299,341
1997-LB-VX-K012

*Southwest Border States Antidrug Information System
Criminal Information Sharing Alliance
Glen Gillum
$7,918,174
1997-LB-VX-K009

Telemedicine Network Prototype
SPAWAR, Charleston
Jerry A. Koenig
$937,273
1998-IJ-CX-A014

*Voice-Response Translator for Preprogrammed Law Enforcement Phrases
Integrated Wave Technologies, Inc.
John Hall
$401,324
1998-LB-VX-K023

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Training and Simulation Technologies

*Bomb Threat Training Simulator
University of Houston
Christopher A. Chung
$131,075
1998-LB-VX-K016

*Development of Computer-Based Training for Law Enforcement
Advanced Systems Technology
Barbara Hines
$319,436
1998-LB-VX-K018

*Law Enforcement Technology Training Needs Assessment Planning
Sam Houston State University
Larry T. Hoover
$500,000
1997-LB-VX-K020

*Training, Technology Development, and Implementation
U.S. Department of Defense, Naval Air Warfare Center
Janet Weisenford
$507,944
1997-MU-MU-A042

*Working With Technology in Corrections
American Correctional Association
John J. Greene
$164,930
1996-LB-VX-K004

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Counterterrorism Technologies

Assessment of Explosively Formed Penetrator
U.S. Department of the Navy, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head Division
Marc Magdinec
$445,988
1997-DT-CX-A074

Body Cavity Screening System
Quantum Magnetics, Inc.
Geoff Barrall
$250,263
1998-DT-CX-K005

Chemical/Biological Dosimeter Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration
U.S. Department of Defense, Directorate of Research and Engineering
Jasper Lupo
$200,000
1998-DT-CX-A073

Cybercrime Cyberterrorism Study
Tennessee Valley Authority
David J. Icove
$65,000
1998-MU-CX-A076

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Support of the Joint-Program Steering Group (JPSG)
U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
David Fields
$349,985
1997-IJ-CX-A025

Detection and Classification of Concealed Weapons Using Magnetic Gradient Measurements
U.S. Department of Energy, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory
Jonathan Nadler
$101,959
1995-IJ-CX-A027

Development of an Inexpensive Radar Flashlight for Law Enforcement and Corrections Applications
Georgia Institute of Technology
E.F. Greneker
$336,539
1998-DT-CX-K003

Explosives Detection and Remediation Research and Evaluation
U.S. Department of Defense, Office of Special Technology
David Perkins
$1,350,000
1997-DT-CX-A068

Laser Dazzler Assessment
U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory
Chad Lindstrom
$290,000
1998-DT-CX-A040

Multisensor Portal Concealed Weapons Detection
Chang Industry, Inc.
Yu-Wen Chang
$850,164
1998-DT-CX-K001

Passive Millimeter-Wave Camera for Concealed Weapons
Thermotrex Corporation
Peter F. Black
$299,942
1998-DT-CX-K006

Portable Through-the-Wall Surveillance System
Raytheon Company
Larry Frazier
$278,595
1998-DT-CX-K004

Stand-Off Detection and Tracking of Concealed Weapons
Quantum Magnetics, Inc.
Peter V. Czipott
$297,733
1998-DT-CX-K002

Technical Support for the Concealed Weapons Detection and Through-the-Wall Surveillance Programs
U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, Information Directorate
David Ferris
$1,499,076
1998-MU-MU-A062

Technical Support to NIJ's Office of Science and Technology
U.S. Department of Energy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Steven W. Martin
$157,546
1997-DT-CX-A092

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Program Assessment, Policy, and Coordination

*Facilitation of Domestic and International Technology Partnerships
Eagan, McAllister Associates, Inc.
Robert Greenberg
$428,589
1996-LB-VX-K008

*Governance and Technology Delivery Processes for the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Centers and Their User Communities
Pymatuning Group, Inc.
Ruth M. Davis
$498,204
1998-LB-VX-0001

*Information Technology Acquisition
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
J. Thomas McEwen
$499,869
1998-LB-VX-K011

*Law Enforcement Technology, Technology Transfer, Less-Than-Lethal Weapons Technology, and Policy Liability Assessment
SEASKATE, Inc.
E.A. Burkhalter
$255,828
1996-LB-VX-K006

*Less-Than-Lethal Policy Assessment Panel
SEASKATE, Inc.
E.A. Burkhalter
$352,866
1996-MU-MU-K016

Public Acceptance of Police Technologies
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
J. Thomas McEwen
$100,000
1993-IJ-CX-K012

*Research Conference on Illicit Substance Detection
Gordon Research Conferences
Jimmie C. Oxley
$20,000
1997-LB-VX-0007

*Surplus Property Program
Ultimate Enterprise Limited
Michael Simpson
$212,998
1996-LB-VX-K002

*Systems Engineering and Evaluation Support for the National Institute of Justice Office of Science and Technology
U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Support Office
Carl F. Klele
$1,298,898
1996-LB-VX-A038

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Standards and Testing

Technology Assessment Program
U.S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kathleen M. Higgins
$3,827,375
1994-IJ-CX-A004

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Technology Assistance

Technology Assistance, General

*Oak Ridge Laboratory Technical Support to the National Institute of Justice
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
James A. Reafsnyder
$250,000
1998-LB-VX-A075

*Sandia National Laboratories Test Facility
Sandia National Laboratories
Debra D. Spencer
$525,000
1997-LB-VX-A004

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National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Centers

National—Rockville, Maryland: National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center
Aspen Systems Corporation
David C. Shinton
$2,649,943
1996-MU-MU-K011

Northeast Region—Rome, New York: National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center
Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate
John A. Ritz
$2,670,000
1996-IJ-CX-A032

Rocky Mountain Region—Denver, Colorado: National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center
University of Denver—Colorado Seminary
Deborah G. Bradford
$1,786,004
1996-MU-MU-K012

Southeast Region—Charleston, South Carolina: National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center
South Carolina Research Authority
Gary A. Mastrandrea
$1,839,697
1997-MU-MU-K020

Southeast Region—Charleston, South Carolina: National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center
U.S. Department of the Navy, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Charleston
Ronald L. Polkowsky
$199,030
1996-IJ-CX-A010

Western Region—El Segundo, California: National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center
Aerospace Corporation
Donald Peterson
$1,624,793
1996-MU-MU-K006

Operation of the Border Research and Technology Center
SPAWAR, San Diego
Chris Aldridge
$244,250
1996-IJ-CX-A036

Operation of the Office of Law Enforcement Technology Commercialization
Wheeling Jesuit University
Tom Burgoyne
$2,800,000
1998-IJ-CX-K002

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Victimization and Victim Services

Development of a National Study of Victim Needs and Assistance
Victim Services, Inc.
Ellen Brickman
$379,193
1998-VF-GX-0011

Evaluation of Victims of Crime State Compensation and Assistance Programs
Urban Institute
Blaine Liner
$750,000
1998-VF-GX-0016

Repeat and Multiple Victimizations: The Role of Individual and Contextual Factors
Pennsylvania State University
R. Barry Ruback
$24,997
1998-IJ-CX-0034

Victimization Outcomes: What Influences Victim Compliance, Injury, and Crime Completion?
University of Maryland—College Park
Catherine A. Gallagher
$24,987
1998-IJ-CX-0025

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Violence

Violence, General

NIJ-NCOVR Partnership
Carnegie Mellon University
Patricia Edgar
$526,342
1998-MU-MU-0007

Patterns of Violence: An Analysis of Individual Offenders
University of Nebraska—Omaha
Julie Horney
$86,172
1996-IJ-CX-0015

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Violence Against Women and Family Violence

Beliefs and Perceptions About Domestic Violence
State University of New York—Albany
Alissa P. Worden
$179,216
1998-WT-VX-0018

*Children Exposed to Domestic Violence
American Bar Association
Laura Nickles
$140,987
1998-IJ-CX-0069

Conference: Co-Occurrence of Domestic Violence and Child Abuse
University of Minnesota
Jeffrey L. Edleson
$24,975
1998-WT-VX-0026

Development of Violence Against Women
University of Houston
Ernest N. Jouriles
$86,054
1998-WT-VX-0005

Developmental Antecedents of Violence Against Women: A Longitudinal Approach
University of North Carolina—Greensboro
Jacquelyn White
$99,745
1998-WT-VX-0010

Developmental Theory and Battering Incidents
University of Cincinnati
Paul Mazerolle
$97,142
1998-WT-VX-0007

Drugs and Alcohol and Their Connections to Domestic Violence
University of New Mexico
Paul Guerin
$41,428
1998-IJ-CX-0031

Ecological Model of Battered Women's Experience Over Time
George Washington University
Mary Ann Dutton
$350,948
1998-WT-VX-0023

Economic Distress, Community Context, and Intimate Violence: An Application and Extension of Social Disorganization Theory
University of Tennessee—Knoxville
Michael L. Benson
$93,107
1998-WT-VX-0011

Estimating the Population at Risk for Violence During Child Visitation
Victim Services, Inc.
Chris O'Sullivan
$44,797
1998-IJ-CX-0021

*Evaluation of a Coordinated Response to Domestic Violence
San Diego Association of Governments
Stuart R. Shaffer
$62,526
1998-WT-VX-K014

Evaluation of Efforts to Implement No-Drop Policies
American Bar Association
Laura Nickles
$233,342
1998-WT-VX-0029

*Evaluation of Special Session Domestic Violence: Enhanced Advocacy and Interventions
University of Connecticut
Cathrine M. Havens
$74,999
1998-WE-VX-0031

Family Violence: Building a Coordinated Community Response
American Medical Association
Larry S. Goldman
$8,555
1996-IJ-CX-0029

Field Testing Domestic Violence Risk Assessment Instruments
Victim Services, Inc.
Chris O'Sullivan
$97,661
1998-WT-VX-0019

Impact of Domestic Violence—Employment Experiences of Women on Welfare
University of South Florida
Martha L. Coulter
$429,068
1998-WT-VX-0020

*Impact Evaluation of the Data Collection and Communication Systems Components of the Violence Against Women Act STOP Grant Projects: An Implementation Guide
National Center for State Courts
Susan Keilitz
$199,582
1996-WT-NX-0002

Impact Evaluation of a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Unit in Albuquerque, New Mexico
University of New Mexico
Cameron Crandall
$262,853
1998-WT-VX-0027

*Impact Evaluation of STOP Grant Programs for Reducing Violence Against Women
University of Arizona
Eileen M. Luna
$239,072
1998-WT-VX-K010

Impact Evaluation of STOP Grants Law Enforcement and Prosecution
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
J. Thomas McEwen
$399,974
1996-WT-NX-0007

A Longitudinal Study of Battered Women in the System
University of Colorado—Boulder
Joanne Belknap
$234,934
1998-WT-VX-0024

Male-Perpetrated Domestic Violence
Boston University
Barbara A. Cole
$76,667
1998-WT-VX-0031

National Evaluation of the Arrest Policies Program Under Violence Against Women
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
J. Thomas McEwen
$624,650
1998-WE-VX-0012

*National Evaluation of the Rural Domestic Violence and Child Victimization Enforcement Grant Program
Cosmos Corporation
Mary A. Dunton
$369,953
1998-WR-VX-K002

*National Evaluation of the Violence Against Women Act Grants
Urban Institute
Martha Burt
$449,354
1995-WT-NX-0005

Predicting Levels of Abuse and Reassault Among Batterer Program Participants
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Alex Hackert
$94,981
1998-WT-VX-0014

Predicting Reporting and Nonreporting of Sexual Assault to the Police: A Multivariate Analysis
Hawaii Department of the Attorney General
Libby O. Ruch
$32,227
1998-WT-VX-0015

Prosecutors' Charging Decisions in Sexual Assault Cases
University of Nebraska—Omaha
Cassia Spohn
$173,460
1998-WT-VX-0003

Research and Evaluation on Violence Against Women
King County Epidemiology, Planning and Evaluation Unit
Sandy Ciske
$119,346
1998-WT-VX-0025

Research on Violence Against Women: Syntheses for Practitioners
State University of New York—Albany
Alissa P. Worden
$349,484
1998-WT-VX-K011

*Researcher-Practitioner Partnership: Evaluating the Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team Program in Colorado Springs
21st Century Solutions
Craig D. Uchida
$75,000
1998-WE-VX-K010

Researcher-Practitioner Partnership: Evaluation of Grants to Encourage Arrest Policies for Domestic Violence
Pennsylvania State University
Paul Antolosky
$74,921
1998-WE-VX-0032

*The Richmond/Police Foundation Domestic Violence Partnership
Police Foundation
Rosann Greenspan
$199,098
1998-WT-VX-0001

Risk Factors for Violent Victimization of Women: A Prospective Study
Wellesley College
Jane Siegel
$67,035
1998-WT-VX-0028

Secondary Data Analysis on the Etiology, Course, and Consequences of Intimate Partner Violence Against Poor Women
Better Homes Fund
Amy Salomon
$108,962
1998-WT-VX-0012

Sexual Violence and Intimate Partner Violence
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Ted Jones
$500,000
1998-IJ-CX-A026

Understanding the Intergenerational Transmission of Violence
Michigan State University
G. Anne Bogat
$248,830
1998-WT-VX-0021

Using a Longitudinal Data Set to Further Understanding of the Trajectory of Intimate Violence Over Time
Michigan State University
Cris Sullivan
$99,117
1998-WT-VX-0013

Violence Against Immigrant Women and Systemic Responses
Kent State University
Edna Erez
$184,527
1998-WT-VX-0030

Violence Against Women
Wichita State University
Jana L. Jasinski
$85,206
1998-WT-VX-0017

Violence Against Women—Population-Based Comparison of Assaultive Injury Pattern
University of Pittsburgh
Harold B. Weiss
$184,917
1998-WT-VX-0016

Violence Against Women: The Role of Welfare Reform
California Institute for Mental Health
Sandra Naylor Goodwin
$516,842
1998-WT-VX-0009

Violence and Threats of Violence Against Women in America
Center for Policy Research
Patricia G. Tjaden
$250,000
1993-IJ-CX-0012

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Firearms

Analysis of Title XI Effects: Assault Weapons Ban Evaluation
Urban Institute
Jeffrey A. Roth
$301,826
1998-IJ-CX-0039

The Effect of Gun Carry Laws on Crime and Injury
Harvard University
Deborah Azrael
$26,138
1998-IJ-CX-0042

Effectiveness of Denial of Handgun Purchase
University of California—Davis
Fay Yee
$160,046
1998-IJ-CX-0024

Police Problem-Solving Strategies for Dealing With Youth and Gang-Related Firearms
Rand Corporation
Peter Greenwood
$397,789
1998-IJ-CX-0043

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Youth

Youth, General

*Assessing Mental Health Problems Among Serious Delinquents
California Youth Authority
Rudy Haapanen
$310,345
1998-CE-VX-0024

Boot Camps for Juveniles: A Multisite Study
University of Maryland—College Park
Doris MacKenzie
$48,063
1996-SC-LX-0001

Classification for Juvenile Corrections
University of Cincinnati
Lawrence F. Travis
$187,437
1998-JB-VX-0108

*Community Justice Conferences: Restorative Policing
University of Maryland—College Park
Lawrence Sherman
$221,772
1998-IJ-CX-0033

Evaluation of the Department of Correction Housing Program for Waived Juveniles in Ohio
Abt Associates Inc.
Dale Parent
$191,976
1998-CE-VX-0003

Exploring Youth Violence: Risk and Protective Factors in Three Settings
University of Southern California
Cheryl Maxson
$124,935
1998-IJ-CX-0020

Good Kids in Bad Circumstances: A Longitudinal Analysis
University of Cincinnati
Michael G. Turner
$19,633
1998-IJ-CX-0026

Impact of Juvenile Sentencing Guidelines
University of Utah
Russel Van Fleet
$200,000
1998-JB-VX-0111

*Longitudinal Analysis of Recidivism Rates in Three California Youth Authority Parole Release Cohorts
California Youth Authority
Norman Skonovd
$137,450
1998-CE-VX-0026

*Maryland Department of Juvenile Justice Partnership to Study Waiver Effects
University of Baltimore
Jeffrey D. Senese
$146,267
1998-CE-VX-0018

Neighborhood and Family Contexts of Adolescent Girls' Delinquency
Harvard University
Dawn A. Obeidallah
$49,505
1998-IJ-CX-0044

Process and Outcome Evaluation of Prosecutorial Waiver to Criminal Court in Virginia
Urban Institute
Sanjeer Sridharan
$194,803
1998-JB-VX-0107

Structured Decision Making for Alameda County Probation
National Council on Crime and Delinquency
Barry Krisberg
$75,000
1998-JB-VX-0109

Understanding Needs and Outcomes of Substance Abuse Treatment for Juvenile Offenders
RAND Corporation
Patricia Ebener
$74,976
1998-JB-VX-0112

Use of Risk Assessment in Achieving Accountability-Based Sanctions
University of Michigan
Rosemary Sarri
$282,600
1998-JB-VX-0110

*Youth-Police Interaction and the Implication for Coproduction of Safety in Chicago
Chicago Alliance for Neighborhood Safety
Warren Friedman
$160,787
1998-IJ-CX-0077

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Gangs

Assessment of the Community Impact of Civil Gang Injunctions
University of Southern California
Cheryl Maxson
$398,728
1998-IJ-CX-0038

Evaluation of G.R.E.A.T.
University of Nebraska—Omaha
Finn-Aage Esbensen
$300,434
1994-IJ-CX-0058

*Gang-Control Efforts in a Community Policing Environment: Developing Process and Impact Measures
Police Executive Research Forum
Deborah Weisel
$229,484
1998-IJ-CX-0083

*Police Problem-Solving Strategies for Dealing With Youth and Gang-Related Firearms
RAND Corporation
Peter Greenwood
$397,789
1998-IJ-CX-0043

*The Police Response to Gangs: A Multisite Study
Arizona State University
Charles Katz
$163,532
1998-IJ-CX-0078

Youth Groups and Gangs in Europe: A Joint American/European Workshop
University of Southern California
Malcolm W. Klein
$9,931
1998-IJ-CX-0027

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