NIJ Awards in Fiscal Year 2001

Includes first-time awards and supplements to previous awards.

Community Justice

Community Mapping, Planning, and Analysis of Safety Strategies—City of Redlands East Valley Initiative
Redlands Police Department
James R. Bueermann
$624,199
2001-MU-MU-K012

Community Mapping, Planning, and Analysis for Safety Strategies—Milwaukee
Milwaukee, City of
Jim Pingel
$625,000
2001-IJ-CX-K005
and
University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee
Peter Maier
$275,000
2001-MU-MU-K015

Development of Crime Forecasting and Mapping Systems for Use by Police
Carnegie Mellon University
Thomas Eagan
$233,500
2001-IJ-CX-0018

Development and Implementation of a Crime Mapping Training Lab
National Corrections and Law Enforcement Training and Technology Center
G. Steve Morrison
$96,545
2001-LT-BX-K007

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Corrections

Electronic Supervision Tools: Improving Practice and Technology
Council of State Governments/American Probation and Parole Association
Carl Wicklund
$99,720
1999-LT-VX-K001

Offender Prediction and Classification
University of Texas—Austin
William R. Kelly
$15,000
2001-IJ-CX-0003

Prevalence and Management of Infectious Disease Conditions in the Correctional Setting
University of Texas Health Science Center—San Antonio
Jacques Baillargeon
$254,701
2001-IJ-CX-0023

Tale of Two Laws Revisited: Investigating the Impact of Prisoner Litigation Reform
National Center for State Courts—Virginia
Fred Cheesman
$135,644
2001-IJ-CX-0013

Technology in Corrections
American Correctional Association
John Greene
$174,663
1996-LB-VX-K004

Tenth National Survey of HIV/AIDS, STD's, and TB in Corrections
Abt Associates Inc.
Theodore Hammett
$202,414
2001-IJ-CX-K018

Understanding the Female Offender
University of New Mexico
Lisa Broidy
$195,655
2001-IJ-CX-0034

Validating a Brief Jail Mental Health Screen
University of Maryland—Baltimore
Jack E. Scott
$281,412
2001-IJ-CX-0030

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Courts

Reentry Courts Process Evaluation
Research Triangle Institute
Pamela Lattimore
$50,000
2001-DD-BX-0071

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Crime Prevention

Crime Prevention, General

Breaking the Cycle Research Demonstration
Pierce County Alliance
Terree Schmidt
$300,000
1998-IJ-CX-K011

Exploration of the Correlates of Specialization and Escalation
Arizona State University
Todd Armstrong
$30,814
2001-IJ-CX-0004

Program on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods/Program on Human Development and Criminal Behavior
Harvard College
Felton J. Earls
$2,200,000
1993-IJ-CX-K005

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Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative (SACSI)

SACSI Research Partnership
Michigan State University
Timothy S. Bynum
$229,915
2001-IJ-CX-K006

Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative
Reed Institute
Stefan J. Kapsch
$25,000
1999-IJ-CX-0025

Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative
Rochester Institute of Technology
John Klofas
$229,947
2001-IJ-CX-K009

Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative
University of New Mexico
Albert Harper
$229,993
2001-IJ-CX-K001

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Information Dissemination and Review of Criminal Justice Research

Annual Review of Justice Research
Castine Research Corporation
Michael Tonry
$202,446
1992-IJ-CX-K044

Applying Fuzzy Statistical Methods to Survey Data
Sam Houston State University
Steven Jay Cuvelier
$35,000
2001-IJ-CX-0002

Campbell Crime and Justice Group
University of Pennsylvania
Lawrence Sherman
$34,994
2001-IJ-CX-0032

Center for Criminal Justice Technology
Mitretek Systems, Inc.
Steven L. Pomerantz
$997,796
2001-LT-BX-K002

Committee on Law and Justice Core Support
National Academy of Sciences
Judith P. Cohn
$280,000
2001-MU-MU-0007

Crime and Justice Atlas: Centennial Edition
Justice Research and Statistics Association
Joan C. Weiss
$37,000
2000-IJ-CX-0005

Journal of Criminology and Public Policy
John Jay College, Research Foundation of the City University of New York
Todd Clear
$113,961
2000-IJ-CX-0036

Technology Conference Support
Center for Technology Commercialization, Inc.
James Scutt
$1,072,855
1999-LT-VX-K021

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International Crime

The Internet Studio: Building the Infrastructure for the World Justice Information Network
Rule of Law Foundation
Sergey Chapkey
$107,970
1998-IJ-CX-K004

NIJ Rule-of-Law Transition Support Activities
Abt Associates Inc.
Terence Dunworth
$674,200
2001-IJ-CX-K002

Preventing Corruption and Crime in the Republic of Georgia: A Three-Pronged Cultural Approach
National Strategy Information Center, Inc.
Roy Godson
$222,500
2001-IJ-CX-K016

Trafficking in Persons in the United States
Croft Institute for International Studies
Kevin B. Bales
$199,395
2001-IJ-CX-0027

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Investigative and Forensic Sciences

Forensics, General

Central Piedmont Community College Forensic Institute
Central Piedmont Community College
Michael Horn
$498,900
2001-RC-CX-K009

Direct In-Situ ID of Inks to Expedite Forensic Analysis
Iowa State University
John McClelland
$160,000
2001-LT-BX-K004

DNA: Lessons From the Past, Problems for the Future
Brooklyn Law School
Margaret Berger
$31,235
2001-LT-BX-0002

Forensic Equipment for Southern Regional Crime Laboratory
Arizona Department of Public Safety
Todd A. Griffith
$698,460
2001-RC-CX-K007

Forensic ID Training and Research Resources at West Virginia University
West Virginia University Research Corporation
Edwin Rood
$3,000,000
2001-RC-CX-K003

Forensic Science and Crime Scene Technology Conference
Frenzy Expo, LLC
Elia Beeken
$100,000
2001-LT-BX-0001

Marshall University Forensic Science Center
Marshall University
Ron Schelling
$502,382
2001-RC-CX-K002

National Center for Forensic Science
University of Central Florida
Terri Vallery
$2,489,477
1998-IJ-CX-K003

Neurobiological and Psychosocial Correlates and Predictors
University of Mississippi Medical Center
Angelos Halaris
$1,000,000
2001-IJ-CX-0036

Pattern Recognition Techniques in Investigative and Forensic Sciences
Institute for Linguistic Evidence, Inc.
Carole E. Chaski
$84,000
1998-LB-VX-0065

Perfluorocarbon Detection Experiment—II
Tracer Detection Technology Corporation
Jay Fraser
$99,780
2001-LT-BX-K005

Procurement of Fingerprint Examination Instruments
Kansas Bureau of Investigation
Mike VanStratton
$149,670
2001-RC-CX-K012

Service Quality in Crime Laboratories
National Forensic Science Technology Center
William J. Tilstone
$2,594,280
2000-RC-CX-K001

Support to the 15th Meeting of the International Association of Forensic Sciences
International Association of Forensic Sciences, Inc.
Barry A.J. Fisher
$15,062
1998-LB-VX-0011

Time-Sensitive Investigations: Arnold Markle Symposium 2001
University of New Haven—School of Public Safety
Albert Harper
$27,750
2001-LT-BX-K001

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DNA 5-Year Plan

Development of Rapid, Immobilized Probe Assay for the Detection of mtDNA Variation
Children's Hospital—Oakland Research Institute
Kathleen Gonzalez
$259,080
1996-IJ-CX-0028

Microdevice for Automated, Ultra-High-Speed, and Portable DNA Forensics
Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research
Daniel J. Ehrlich
$1,102,790
1998-LB-VX-K022

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DNA Laboratory Improvement Program

Automated STR Mixture Analysis
Cybergenetics Co.
Mark Perlin
$396,525
2001-IJ-CX-K003

Charge Tags as Electronic Labels for DNA Microchip Testing
Carnegie Mellon University
Victor W. Weedn
$180,849
2001-IJ-CX-K012

Development of Y SNP Assays for a Multicolor Fluorescence Detection System
American University
Janice Idyll
$55,568
2001-IJ-CX-K013

Homogenous Fluorescent PCR Assays for Forensically Informative Sites Over the Entire mtDNA Genome
American Registry of Pathology
Thomas J. Parsons
$465,082
2000-IJ-CX-K010

LINE Elements: New Source of Genomic Variation-DNA Profiling
Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College
Mark Batzer
$370,513
2001-IJ-CX-K004

Locus-Specific Brackets and Multiplex PCR for Y Chromosome STR's
Oligotrail, LLC
Debang Liu
$224,588
2001-IJ-CX-K008

Plant DNA Typing by AFLP
University of New Haven—School of Public Safety
Albert Harper
$259,868
2001-IJ-CX-K011

Renovation and Expansion of SEMO Regional Crime Lab
Southeast Missouri State University
Robert C. Briner
$750,000
2001-MU-MU-K004

Replacement and Enhancement of Lab Instrumentation and Equipment
Vermont Department of Public Safety
Eric Buel
$498,900
2001-RC-CX-K005

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CODIS Backlog Reduction

DNA Backlog Reduction Program
Bode Technology Group, Inc.
Thomas J. Bode
$2,297,252
2001-RC-CX-K010

DNA Backlog Reduction Program
Fairfax Identity Laboratories
Daniel B. Demers
$103,392
2001-RC-CX-K011

DNA Backlog Reduction Program
GeneScreen
John Rader
$90,400
2001-RC-CX-K008

DNA Backlog Reduction Program
Georgia Bureau of Investigation
George Herrin, Jr.
$482,710
2001-RC-CX-0003

DNA Backlog Reduction Program
Lifecodes Corporation
Bruce Boeko
$22,932
2001-RC-CX-0002

DNA Backlog Reduction Program
Myraid Genetic Laboratories, Inc.
Brian E. Ward
$2,746,764
2001-RC-CX-K014

DNA Backlog Reduction Program
North Carolina Department of Justice
Mark S. Nelson
$146,400
2001-RC-CX-0001

DNA Backlog Reduction Program
ReliaGene Technologies, Inc.
Sudhir K. Sinha
$60,200
2001-RC-CX-K013

Equipment Replacement and DNA Remodel
Alaska Department of Public Safety
George M. Taft, Jr.
$1,249,926
2001-RC-CX-K001

Georgia Crime Lab Improvement and Case Backlog Reduction Project
Georgia Bureau of Investigation
Terry Mills III
$648,570
2001-RC-CX-K006

Laboratory Information Management System Implementation
Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation
Roger Kahn
$498,898
2001-RC-CX-K004

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Less-Than-Lethal Incapacitation

Less-Than-Lethal Equipment Review
National Security Research, Inc.
Jeffrey Schwartz
$24,752
2001-LT-BX-K009

Less-Than-Lethal Technology Support
Pennsylvania State University
Andrew F. Mazzara
$77,464
2001-RD-CX-K002

Ring Airfoil Projectile System for Less-Than-Lethal Application
Guilford Engineering Associates, Inc.
David Findlay
$80,990
1997-IJ-CX-K019

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Communication and Information Technologies

Advanced Generation Interoperability for Law Enforcement
University of Denver—Colorado Seminary
Robert Epper
$712,015
2001-RD-CX-K001

Capital Wireless Integrated Network
University of Maryland—College Park
George Ake
$373,666
2001-RB-CX-K001

Distributed COPLINK Database and Concept Space Development
Tucson, City of
Jennifer Schroeder
$395,077
2000-RB-CX-K001

Establish and Publish a Suite of Very Narrow Band Voice and Data Standards
Association of Public Safety Communications Officials International, Inc.
Craig M. Jorgensen
$100,000
1997-LB-VX-K002

Indiana Hoosier Safe-T
Indiana State Police
Lester Miller
$2,993,400
2001-LT-BX-K003

Interoperable Communications for Public Safety Agencies
Sheriffs' Association of Texas
Steve Westbrook
$168,169
2001-MU-MU-K017

Law Enforcement Data Mining Analytical Tools Developed in Support of the Washington/Baltimore HITDA
University of Maryland—College Park
Thomas H. Carr
$1,470,000
1999-LT-VX-K010

National Communications Interoperability Assessment
Johns Hopkins University—Applied Physics Laboratory
Darcy Brudin
$49,730
2000-MU-MU-K007

Spatial Knowledge Mining and Information Sharing
University of Virginia
Donald E. Brown
$210,000
2000-RB-CX-K004

Statewide LAWNET Communications Project
New Hampshire Department of Safety
Frederick H. Booth
$3,900,201
2001-MU-MU-K010

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Training and Simulation Technologies

Rural Law Enforcement Technology Support
Eastern Kentucky University
Pam Collins
$250,000
2000-MU-MU-K008

Technology Outreach Program
Primedia Workplace Learning
Josh Klarin
$236,956
2000-MU-MU-K020

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Critical Incident Response/Counterterrorism Technologies

Incident Command Management System Test Bed
Camber Corporation
Ed Wolcoff
$250,000
2001-MU-MU-K014

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Program Assessment, Policy, and Coordination

Criminology and Public Policy
American Society of Criminology
Chris Eskridge
$206,356
2001-IJ-CX-0015

Public Safety Technology Partnership
Center for Technology Commercialization, Inc.
Lisa Hecker
$248,931
2001-LT-BX-K011

Risk Assessment Validation Study
Johns Hopkins University
Jacquelyn Campbell
$523,669
2000-WT-VX-0011

SEASKATE Technology and Policy Assessment Executive Panel
SEASKATE, Inc.
E.A. Burkhalter, Jr.
$598,630
2001-MU-MU-K003

Surplus Property Program
Ultimate Enterprises Limited
Michael Simpson
$245,458
1996-LB-VX-K002

Technology and Policy Assessment Liability Task Group
SEASKATE, Inc.
E.A. Burkhalter, Jr.
$278,431
2001-MU-MU-K001

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Technology Assistance, National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC)

Governance and Technology Delivery Processes for NLECTC
Elberton, City of
Ruth M. Davis
$378,446
1998-LB-VX-0001

NLECTC—Rocky Mountain Region
University of Denver—Colorado Seminary
Robert Epper
$1,775,508
1996-MU-MU-K012

NLECTC—Rural Law Enforcement Technology Center
Eastern Kentucky University
Pam Collins
$1,457,000
2001-MU-MU-K009

NLECTC—Southeast Region
South Carolina Research Authority
Gary Mastrandrea
$5,028,402
1997-MU-MU-K020

NLECTC Supplemental Funding for Development of OLES Web Site
Aspen Systems Corporation
Richard S. Rosenthal
$2,789,914
1996-MU-MU-K011

NLECTC—West
Aerospace Corporation
Jay Glowacki
$1,728,190
2000-MU-MU-K004

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

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Law Enforcement

Policing, General

Assessing Police Officers' Decision Making and Discretion
University of South Carolina
Geoffrey Alpert
$247,877
2001-IJ-CX-0035

An Assessment of Indian Country Law Enforcement in PL-280 States
University of California—Los Angeles
Carole Goldberg
$299,993
2001-IJ-CX-0031

The Cop Crunch: Identifying Strategies for Dealing Effectively With the Recruiting and Hiring Crisis in Law Enforcement
Police Executive Research Forum
Lorie Fridell
$210,995
2001-IJ-CX-0024

Does the Way Police Treat Citizens in Routine Encounters Shape Community Opinion of the Police?
Vera Institute of Justice, Inc.
Robert C. Davis
$106,509
2001-IJ-CX-0038

Examining Minority Trust and Confidence in the Police
University of Illinois
Darnell F. Hawkins
$343,132
2001-IJ-CX-0021

Exploring the Reasons for Public Trust and Confidence
New York University
Tom Tyler
$196,488
2001-IJ-CX-0029

Rethinking Minority Attitudes Toward the Police
George Washington University
Helen Spencer
$202,273
2001-IJ-CX-0016

Transferring Responsibility for Child Welfare to a Law Enforcement Agency: An Evaluation
University of Pennsylvania
Richard Gelles
$194,762
2000-IJ-CX-0002

Why Do Corporations Obey Environmental Law?
University of Maryland—College Park
Sally Simpson
$315,792
2001-IJ-CX-0020

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Community Policing

Blueprint for Sustaining Community-Based Initiatives
Winston-Salem State University
Sylvia Oberle
$49,070
2001-IJ-CX-0025

Criminal Careers of Places: A Longitudinal Study
University of Maryland—College Park
David Weisburd
$286,967
2001-IJ-CX-0022

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Corrections and Law Enforcement Family Support (CLEFS)

CLEFS Law Enforcement Field Test
Knoxville, City of
Cheri Matlock
$100,000
2001-FS-BX-K004

Correction Officer Stress Management
New Jersey Department of Corrections
Therese Matthews
$99,239
2001-LT-BX-K013

Law Enforcement and Family Stress
Duluth, City of
Peg Johnson
$94,046
2001-FS-BX-K002

North Miami Beach Police "SOS" (Stop Our Stress)
North Miami Beach, City of
Mike Gordon
$60,300
2001-FS-BX-K003

Staff and Family Support Program
Iowa Department of Corrections
Larry Brimeyer
$100,000
2001-LT-BX-K012

Wisconsin Youth Counselor Stress Reduction Program
Wisconsin Department of Corrections
Shelly Hagan
$100,000
2001-FS-BX-K001

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Schools

Berkeley High School Security Project
Berkeley Unified School District
Frank Lynch
$305,265
2001-LT-BX-K008

Increasing the Utility of School Incident Data
Abt Associates Inc.
Thomas Rich
$201,785
2001-IJ-CX-0026

Integration of Law Enforcement Into School Safety
Milwaukee Public Schools
Peter Pochowski
$280,000
2001-IJ-CX-0037

Role of Law Enforcement in Public School Safety
University of Cincinnati
Lawrence F. Travis III
$405,262
2001-IJ-CX-0011

Safe School Technologies
MATCOM
William Walsh
$49,566
1999-LT-VX-K015

Safe Schools, Law Enforcement, and Corrections Research Support
George Mason University
Stephen D. Mastrofski
$49,890
2000-RD-CX-K003

Software Radio for School Safety
Vanu, Inc.
Andrew D. Beard
$149,750
2001-RD-CX-K003

Testing a Drug Detection and Identification System in Secondary Schools Using Nontoxic Aerosol Technology
Mistral Security, Inc.
Eyal Banai
$356,925
2000-RD-CX-K004

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Sentencing

Impact of Truth-in-Sentencing on Length of Stay in Prison
Urban Institute
Avinash Bhati
$14,067
1998-CE-VX-0006

Maryland Department of Juvenile Justice Partnership to Study Waiver Effects
University of Baltimore
Cindy Smith
$145,972
1998-CE-VX-0018

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Technology Development

Officer Protection and Crime Prevention Technologies

Activity-Suppressing Light Barrier
Johns Hopkins University—Applied Physics Laboratory
Maurice Permodo
$75,034
2001-LT-BX-K006

Applying Behavioral Economics and Game Theory to the Problems of Optimal Crime Control
University of California—Los Angeles
Mark Kleiman
$145,000
2001-IJ-CX-0033

Biometric Authentication System
Integrated Technology Solutions, Inc.
James L. Gossard
$235,000
2001-RB-CX-K002

Consolidated Advanced Technologies for Law Enforcement
University of New Hampshire
W. Thomas Miller III
$3,492,300
2001-LT-BX-K010

Development of a Smart Gun Prototype Using Handgrip Recognition
Jeffrey Moser
$299,510
2001-IJ-CX-K010

Enhancing Imputation Methodologies for County-Level UCR Data
University of Illinois
Michael D. Maltz
$34,997
2001-IJ-CX-0006

Face Recognition and Intelligent Software Development
Analytic Services, Inc.
Antonio R. Harris
$1,787,021
1998-LB-VX-K021

Improved Thermal Control Body Armor
Johns Hopkins University—Applied Physics Laboratory
Darcy Brudin
$199,560
2001-RD-CX-K004

Law Enforcement Technology Dissemination
Eastern Kentucky University
Tom Thurman
$230,424
1999-DT-CX-K001

Law Enforcement Technology Dissemination and Training
Eastern Kentucky University
James T. Thurman
$46,742
1999-LT-VX-K002

Multiband Antenna System for AGILE
Mission Research Corporation
Hirsch Chizever
$105,936
2000-RB-CX-K002

Secure Weapons System
FN Manufacturing, Inc.
Jeffrey R. Rankin
$1,271,826
2001-IJ-CX-K017

Southwest Border States Anti-Drug Information System
Criminal Information Sharing Alliance
Glen Gillum
$8,773,400
1997-LB-VX-K009

Technology Information Exchange for State and Local Law Enforcement
International Association of Chiefs of Police
John Firman
$174,102
1999-LT-VX-K004

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Victimization and Victim Services

Victim Services, General

National Impact Evaluation of Victim Service Programs
Urban Institute
Martha Burt
$161,163
1999-WT-VX-0010

Victim Rights and Services for the Pueblo of Laguna
New Mexico State University
Joan Crowley
$90,000
2001-VI-GX-0011

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Elder Abuse

Bruising in the Geriatric Population
University of California—Irvine
Laura Mosqueda
$110,745
2001-IJ-CX-K014

Identifying Forensic Markers in Elder Sexual Abuse
Boston College
Stephen Erickson
$99,264
2001-IJ-CX-K015

Recommendations for Elder Abuse and Related Forensic Issues
American Bar Association
Lori Stiegel
$100,000
2001-IJ-CX-K007

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Violence

Violence, General

Explaining Males' and Females' Delinquency
University of Nebraska—Omaha
Finn Esbensen
$15,000
2001-IJ-CX-0009

Gender, Economic Transformation, and Urban Violence
University of Florida—Gainesville
Karen F. Parker
$32,440
2001-IJ-CX-0008

Impact of Immigration in Ethnic-Specific Violence in Miami
Florida International University
Ramiro Martinez, Jr.
$61,997
2001-IJ-CX-0012

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Violence Against Women and Family Violence

Context, Motives, and Meaning of Partner Violence
University of North Texas
Linda L. Marshall
$499,960
2001-WT-BX-0504

Culturally Focused Batterer Counseling for African-American Men
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Edward Gondolf
$356,321
2001-WT-BX-0003

Development and Validation of a Coercive Control Measure
Cosmos Corporation
Mary Ann Dutton
$430,924
2001-WT-BX-0503

Ecological Model of Battered Women's Experience Over Time
Georgetown University
Mary Ann Dutton
$569,586
2001-WT-BX-0001

Empirical Examination of a Theory of Women's Use of Violence in Intimate Relationships
Yale University
Susanne Swan
$388,803
2001-WT-BX-0502

Evaluation of a Multisite Demonstration of Collaborations to Address Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment
Caliber Associates
Sharon Bishop
$749,518
2000-MU-MU-0014

Evaluation of a Multisite Demonstration for Enhanced Judicial Oversight of Domestic Violence Cases
Urban Institute
Adele Harrell
$640,000
1999-WT-VX-K005

Explaining the Prevalence, Context, and Consequences of Dual Arrest in Intimate Partner Cases
University of Massachusetts—Lowell Research Foundation
David Hirschel
$428,189
2001-WT-BX-0501

Female-on-Female Assault in an Urban Area
Rutgers—The State University of New Jersey
Nancy M. Hirschinger
$15,000
2001-WT-BX-0505

Impact of Intimate Partner Violence on Women's Labor Force
University of Illinois
Stephanie Riger
$299,407
2001-WT-BX-0002

National Sexual Violence Prevention Conference
Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Polly Poskin
$75,000
2001-WT-BX-0004

Testing the Impact of Court Monitoring and Batterer Intervention Program
New York, City of
Michele Sviridoff
$294,129
2001-WT-BX-0506

When Silenced Voices Speak: Exploratory Study of Prostitute Homicide Cases
MCP Hahnemann University
Jonathan A. Dudek
$15,000
2001-IJ-CX-0001

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Firearms

Ballistics Matching Using 3D Images of Bullets and Cartridge Cases
Intelligent Automation, Inc.
Benjamin Bachrach
$54,982
1997-LB-VX-0008

Gun Policy, Gun Violence, and America's Cities
Brookings Institution
Bruce Katz
$35,000
2001-IJ-CX-0010

Improving Research and Data on Firearms
National Academy of Sciences
Carol Petrie
$175,613
2000-IJ-CX-0034

New Haven Gun Project
Spectrum Associates Market Research, Inc.
Eliot Hartstone
$42,000
1999-IJ-CX-K001

Strategic Disruption of Firearms Markets
RAND Corporation
Jack Riley
$399,993
2001-IJ-CX-0028

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Youth

Assessment of the Special Programming and Management Needs of Youths
University of Texas—Austin
Yvonne Murray
$193,289
2001-IJ-CX-0014

Between Two Worlds: Prosecuting Adolescents in Juvenile Court
New York University
Aaron Kupchik
$14,942
2001-IJ-CX-0005

Breaking-the-Cycle Project for Juveniles
Lane County Department of Youth Services
Stephen Carmichael
$7,444
1999-IJ-CX-K017

Breaking-the-Cycle Project for Juveniles Evaluation
Research Triangle Institute
Pamela Lattimore
$300,000
1999-IJ-CX-0032

Evaluation of Juvenile Justice Mental Health Initiative With Randomized Design
University of Missouri—St. Louis
G. David Curry
$200,000
2001-IJ-CX-0017

Impact of Juvenile Justice Involvement on Educational Outcomes
Northwestern University
Paul Hirschfield
$15,000
2001-IJ-CX-0007

Police Problem-Solving Strategies for Dealing With Youth- and Gang-Related Firearms
RAND Corporation
Peter Greenwood
$65,000
1998-IJ-CX-0043

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Date Created: November 29, 2007