NIJ Awards in Fiscal Year 1996


Awards Under the Base Appropriation

Criminal Behavior

Breaking the Cycle
University of Alabama—Birmingham
L. Foster Cook
$1,000,000
1996-IJ-CX-0065

Changing Patterns of Homicide and Social Policy in Three American Cities
North Carolina State University
Margaret Zahn
$39,000
1995-IJ-CX-0115

COMBAT (COMmunity-Backed Anti-Drug Tax) Program Evaluation
Abt Associates Inc.
Dana Hunt
$250,000
1996-IJ-CX-0091

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

Family and Community Violence: Experiences of Adolescents
University of California—Los Angeles
Susan B. Sorenson
$50,000
1996-IJ-CX-0017

Female Gang Involvement in the Midwest: Two-City Comparison
University of Southern California
Jody Miller
$34,000
1996-IJ-CX-0005

Firearm Acquisition, Violent Crime, and Juvenile Offenders
Battelle Human Affairs Research Center
Barbara Rader
$39,000
1996-IJ-CX-0027

Homicide in New York City, 1790–1990
University of California—Los Angeles
Eric Monkkonen
$50,000
1996-IJ-CX-0016

Patterns of Violence: An Analysis of Individual Offenders
University of Nebraska—Omaha
Julie Horney
$250,000
1996-IJ-CX-0015

Program on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods
President and Fellows of Harvard
Felton J. Earls
$2,888,000
1993-IJ-CX-K005

Risk of Serious Injury or Death in Intimate Violence
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
Carolyn R. Block
$252,000
1996-IJ-CX-0020

Secondary Analyses of the Impact of Co-Offending in Criminal Justice Data Sets
Rutgers—The State University of New Jersey
Elin J. Waring
$25,000
1996-IJ-CX-0012

Situational Contexts of Gun Use by Young Males in an Inner City
Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York
Jeffrey Fagan
$200,000
1996-IJ-CX-0013

Testing Hair Samples and the Pennsylvania Prison Project
Psychemedics Corporation
Chris Berka
$63,000
1996-IJ-CX-C005

Violence and Threats of Violence Against Women in America
Center for Policy Research
Patricia Tjaden
$300,000 (grant transferred from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
1993-IJ-CX-0012

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Drug Use Forecasting (DUF) Program

DUF—Cleveland Telecommunications Pilot Project
Cleveland State University
Sonia Alemagno
$25,000
1996-IJ-CX-A009

DUF—Examination of Methamphetamine Use
San Diego Association of Governments
Susan Pennell
$70,000
1996-IJ-CX-0026

DUF—Identifying and Prioritizing Local Social Risk Factors
Colorado Division of Criminal Justice
Kim English
$52,000
1996-IJ-CX-0031

DUF—Laboratory Analysis of Urine Specimens
National Center for Forensic Science
Lionel Menard
$290,000
1994-IJ-CX-C009

DUF—Statistical Analysis
Aspen Systems Corporation
Lilly Gardner
$616,000
1993-IJ-CX-C002

DUF—Atlanta
Georgia State University Institute of Government Administration
Kirk Elifson
$36,000
1996-IJ-CX-A025

DUF—Birmingham
City of Birmingham
Foster Cook
$33,000
1995-IJ-CX-A005

DUF—Chicago
TASC of Illinois, Inc.
Melody Heaps
$44,000
1995-IJ-CX-A020

DUF—Cleveland
Cuyahoga County Board of County Commissioners
Bob Pace
$74,000
1996-IJ-CX-A039

DUF—Denver
Colorado Division of Criminal Justice
Kim English
$61,000
1995-IJ-CX-A010

DUF—Fort Lauderdale
Broward County Sheriff's Office
Ron Cochran
$50,000
1994-IJ-CX-A030

DUF—Indianapolis
Marion County, Indiana, Justice Agency
Cindy Mowery
$35,000
1995-IJ-CX-A013

DUF—Manhattan
New York City Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Alcoholism Services
Patricia Thomas
$60,000
1994-IJ-CX-A013

DUF—Miami
Metro-Dade Police Department
Dorothy Fletcher
$29,000
1995-IJ-CX-A023

DUF—New Orleans
Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff's Office
William C. Hunter
$33,000
1994-IJ-CX-A014

DUF—Omaha
Office of Public Safety, Police Division
Frederick Power
$23,000
1993-IJ-CX-A023

DUF—Philadelphia
Temple University
Jack R. Greene
$49,000
1996-IJ-CX-A026

DUF—Philadelphia
Philadelphia Police Department
Mitchell Yanak
$6,000
1994-IJ-CX-A042

DUF—Phoenix
TASC of Maricopa County
$45,000
1995-0J-CX-A011

DUF—Portland
TASC of Oregon, Inc.
Diane Wiscarson
$45,000
1994-IJ-CX-A019

DUF—St. Louis
St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department
Scott H. Decker
$3,000
1994-IJ-CX-A045

DUF—San Antonio
San Antonio Metropolitan Health District
Sergio Soto
$70,000
1995-IJ-CX-A009

DUF—San Diego
San Diego Association of Governments
Susan Pennell
$69,000
1995-IJ-CX-A012

DUF—San Jose
Santa Clara County Bureau of Drug Abuse Services
Robert Garner
$75,000
1994-IJ-CX-A027

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Crime Control and Prevention

Computer Mapping of Crime in Public Housing
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Harold Holzman
$100,000
1996-IJ-CX-A022

Gang Activity in Orange County
University of California—Irvine
Bryan Vila
$226,000
1996-IJ-CX-0030

Geographic Information Systems Spatial Crime Analysis Application
Montgomery County, Maryland, Department of Police
Timothy Delaney
$142,000
1996-IJ-CX-A029

Health Care Fraud Control in an Electronic Environment: Phase II
President and Fellows of Harvard
Malcolm K. Sparrow
$102,000
1996-IJ-CX-0010

Impact Evaluation of the Opportunity To Succeed Program
Urban Institute
Shellie Rossman
$252,000
1994-IJ-CX-0010

Impact Evaluation of the Weed and Seed Program
Abt Associates Inc.
Terence Dunworth
$200,000 (initial grant) plus an additional $245,000
1995-DD-BX-0134

National Study of Delinquency Prevention in Schools
Gottfredson Associates, Inc.
Gary D. Gottfredson
$188,000
1996-MU-MU-0008

Police-Researcher Partnerships: Building the Infrastructure for Effective Program Evaluation
Justice Research and Statistics Association
Joan C. Weiss
$100,000
1996-IJ-CX-0006

Preventing Crime: A Critical Assessment
University of Maryland—College Park
Lawrence W. Sherman
$199,000
1996-MU-MU-0019

Technical Assistance for the Birmingham Breaking the Cycle Program
Fund for the City of New York
Eric Lee
$160,000
1996-IJ-CX-0050

Using Traffic Barriers To Design Out Crime
California State University—Fullerton Foundation
Stuart A. Ross
$19,000
1996-IJ-CX-0009

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Criminal Justice System

Dispensing Justice Locally: An Analysis of the Impacts, Costs, and Benefits of the Midtown Community Court
Fund for the City of New York
Michele Sviridoff
$190,000
1996-IJ-CX-0019

Drug Court Intervention Project of the D.C. Superior Court
District of Columbia Pretrial Services Agency
John A. Carver
$2,327,000
1994-IJ-CX-A051

Drug Monitoring in Criminal Justice Management Applications
Orleans Parish District Attorney
Tom Mieczkowski
$151,000
1996-IJ-CX-0001

Effects of Procedural Justice in Spouse Assault: A Reanalysis of the Milwaukee Domestic Violence Experiment
University of Maryland—College Park
Raymond Paternoster
$23,000
1996-IJ-CX-0058

Evaluation of the Client Management Classification System
Sam Houston State University
Billy C. Covington and Jennifer D. Frisbee, Graduate Research Fellows
$27,000
1996-IJ-CX-0037

Evaluation of the D.C. Superior Court Drug Court Intervention Program
Urban Institute
Adele Harrell
$576,530
1994-IJ-CX-K011

Evaluation of a Metropolitan Area DWI Night Court
New Mexico State University
L. Thomas Winfree, Jr.
$131,000
1996-IJ-CX-0022

Family Violence: Building a Coordinated Community Response
American Medical Association
Larry S. Goldman
$50,000
1996-IJ-CX-0029

Identifying Effective Correctional Programs for Female Felony Offenders
Michigan State University
Timothy S. Bynum
$233,000
1996-IJ-CX-0021

Impact of Criminal and Juvenile Justice System Policies and Practices
University of Illinois—Chicago
David E. Olson, Graduate Research Fellow
$11,000
1996-IJ-CX-0014

Impact of Managerial Style on the Colombian Distribution of Cocaine to the Wholesale Level
City University of New York Research Foundation
Joseph R. Fuentes, Graduate Research Fellow
$16,000
1996-IJ-CX-0035

Implications for Corrections of the Community Movement in Criminal Justice
Rutgers—The State University of New Jersey
Todd R. Clear, NIJ Fellow
$81,000
1996-IJ-CX-0004

Improving Alien Adjudication and Pretrial Release Procedures
Vera Institute of Justice, Inc.
Christopher E. Stone
$293,000
1995-IJ-CX-0034

Indian Country Justice Initiative Evaluation Plan
Arizona State University
Carol Lujan
$150,000
1996-IJ-CX-0097

John B. Pickett Fellowship in Criminal Justice Policy and Management
President and Fellows of Harvard
Susan Michaelson
$91,000
1992-IJ-CX-0012

Linguistic Methods for Determining Document Authorship
Carole Elisabeth Chaski, NIJ Visiting Fellow
$68,000
1995-IJ-CX-0012

Medicolegal Death Investigator Guidelines and Training Project
Occupational Research and Assessment, Inc.
Steven C. Clark
$150,000
1996-MU-CX-0005

Probationer Compliance With Conditions of Supervision
University of Maryland—College Park
Doris MacKenzie
$38,000
1993-IJ-CX-0045

Process and Impact Evaluation of Services Provided to Victims of Crime by the Cook County State Attorney's Office
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
Candice Kane
$220,000
1996-IJ-CX-0083

Public Support for Corrections Rehabilitation: A Factorial Survey Approach
University of Cincinnati
Brandon K. Applegate, Graduate Research Fellow
$14,000
1996-IJ-CX-0007

Race and Sentencing: Effects of Case Strength and Seriousness
University of Nebraska—Omaha
Cassia C. Spohn
$22,000
1996-IJ-CX-0036

Restoring Accountability in Pretrial Release in the 1990s: An Experiment in Managing Safe and Effective Release
Crime and Justice Research Institute
John S. Goldkamp
$200,000
1996-IJ-CX-0008

Task Force on Community Action on Crime and Justice
The George Washington University
Amitai Etzioni
$50,000
1996-IJ-CX-K005

Teen Court Planning Grant
Time Dollar, Inc.
Edgar S. Cahn
$50,000
1996-IJ-CX-0002

Texas Prison-Based Treatment Assessment
Texas Christian University
D. Dwayne Simpson
$178,000
1996-IJ-CX-0024

Undocumented Aliens in Federal, State, and Local Criminal Justice Systems
Urban Institute
Rebecca Clark
$100,000
1996-DD-BX-0036

Violations of Release Conditions and the Prediction of Criminal Recidivism
University of Maryland—College Park
Claire Souryal
$9,000
1996-IJ-CX-0011

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Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Centers

National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center—Rockville, MD
Aspen Systems Corporation
David C. Shinton
$600,000
1996-IJ-CX-K001

National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center: Southeastern Region—Charleston, SC
U.S. Department of the Navy, Naval Electronic Systems Engineering Center
Ronald L. Polkowsky
$1,500,000
1996-IJ-CX-A010

Support for the Border Research and Corrections Technology Center
U.S. Department of the Navy, Naval Command, Control and Ocean Surveillance Center
Michael J. Gill
$120,000
1996-IJ-CX-A036

Border Research and Corrections Technology Center: Western Region—San Diego, CA
Aerospace Corporation
Robert M. Pentz
$921,000
1995-IJ-CX-K005

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Technology Research and Development

Bomb Threat Training Simulator
University of Houston—Office of Sponsored Programs
Christopher Chung
$64,000
1996-IJ-CX-0025

Detection and Classification of Concealed Weapons Using Magnetic Gradient Measurements
U.S. Department of Energy, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory
Jonathan Nadler
$35,000
1995-IJ-CX-A027

Determination of the Comparative Ballistics of Enhanced Threat Weapons
University of Denver—Colorado Seminary
Deborah Bradford
$49,000
1995-IJ-CX-K004

Effectiveness of Helicopters in Police Pursuit
University of South Carolina
Geoffrey P. Alpert
$34,000
1993-IJ-CX-0061

Evaluation of the Department of Transportation Regulation of Auto Parts Marking
Abt Associates Inc.
William Rhodes
$100,000
1996-IJ-CX-0018

Law Enforcement Technology Commercialization at the National Technology Transfer Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Jonathan Root
$2,800,000
1995-IJ-CX-A017

Law Enforcement Technology, Technology Transfer, Less-Than-Lethal Technology, and Policy Assessment
SEASKATE, Inc.
E.A. Burkhalter
$373,764
1995-IJ-CX-K001

Law Enforcement Technology, Technology Transfer, Less-Than-Lethal Weapons Technology, and Policy Liability Assessment
SEASKATE, Inc.
E.A. Burkhalter
$199,938
1995-IJ-CX-K006

National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Centers: Governance and Technology Delivery Processes
Pymatuning Group, Inc.
Ruth M. Davis
$523,000
1995-IJ-CX-0031

SkyTracker Surveillance System
National Systems and Research Company
Paul Scheffer
$185,000
1996-IJ-CX-K006

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Forensic Sciences

Estimation of Population Structure Parameters
North Carolina State University
Bruce S. Weir
$26,000
1995-IJ-CX-0007

Isolation and Characterization of Population-Specific Alleles
University of Pittsburgh
Mark D. Shriver
$100,000
1995-IJ-CX-0008

Validation of PCR-Based DNA Typing Data Bases for Forensic Use
University of Texas—Houston
Ranajit Chakraborty
$147,000
1996-IJ-CX-0023

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Information Dissemination and Technical Support

Annual Review of Justice Research
Castine Research Corporation
Michael H. Tonry
$158,000
1992-IJ-CX-K044

Computer Support for Data Analysis
University of Maryland—College Park
Ira Gold
$5,000
1991-IJ-CX-A009

Criminal Justice Research Training Program
University of Maryland—College Park
Charles Wellford
$15,000
1995-IJ-CX-A033

Data Resources Program
University of Michigan
Paul J. Stemple
$312,000
1995-IJ-CX-C005

Developing an Internet Model for Cross-National Information Sharing and Dissemination Center
Sergey S. Chapkey, NIJ Visiting Fellow
$150,000
1995-IJ-CX-0033

Developing Publications and Communications Strategies for the Policing Research Institutes
CF Productions, Inc.
Thomas V. Brady
$24,000
1996-IJ-CX-0003

Development and Production of Annual Reports and Other Materials
Cygnus Corporation
Todd Phillips
$109,000
1994-IJ-CX-C005

DNA Data Banks and Repositories Conference in Birmingham, Alabama
U.S. Department of Defense, Office of the Armed Forces Medical Examiner
Victor W. Weedn
$2,500
1996-IJ-CX-A004

National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS)
Aspen Systems Corporation
Richard Rosenthal
$8,139,000
1994-MU-CX-C006

Partnerships Against Violence Network (PAVNET)
U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
John Gladstone
$30,000
1996-IJ-CX-A049

Professional Conference Series
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
Edward F. Connors
$650,000
1994-MU-CX-C008

Research in Action Partnership
Search Group, Inc.
Gary R. Cooper
$113,000
1996-IJ-CX-K003

Research in Action Partnership: Disseminating Family Violence Research
American Bar Association
Susan Hillenbrand
$111,000
1996-IJ-CX-K002

Research in Action Partnership: Sentencing Policy and Practice
National Center for State Courts
Victor E. Flango
$112,000
1996-IJ-CX-K004

Research Applications Contract
Abt Associates Inc.
Joan Mullen
$545,000
1994-MU-CX-C007

Technical Assistance and Support
CSR, Inc.
Edward J. Spurlock
$585,000
1996-IJ-CX-C004

Technical Assistance Support Services
Justice Research and Statistics Association
Joan C. Weiss
$296,000
1996-IJ-CX-C003

Technical Support to the Science and Technology Program
U.S. Department of Energy, Sandia National Laboratories
James R. Anderson
$152,000
1996-IJ-CX-A013

Technical Support for UNOJUST (United Nations Online Crime and Justice Clearinghouse)
U.S. Department of Justice
Sheila B. Gear
$20,000
1996-IJ-CX-A040

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Awards Under the Crime Act

Community Policing

National Evaluation of the Youth Firearm Violence Initiative
Abt Associates Inc.
Terence Dunworth
$300,000
1995-IJ-CX-0069

Orienting Overview on Broken Windows, Disorder, and Decline
Temple University
Ralph B. Taylor, NIJ Fellow
$168,000
1996-IJ-CX-0067

Police Response to Emotionally Disturbed Persons: Analyzing New Models of Police Interactions With the Mental Health System
Policy Research Associates
Henry J. Steadman
$211,000
1996-IJ-CX-0082

Reducing Disorder, Fear, and Crime in Public Housing: An Evaluation of an Advanced Stage Drug Crime Elimination Program
Washington State University
Quint Thurman
$172,000
1996-IJ-CX-0074

Supplemental Activities for the Process Evaluation of Title I of the 1994 Crime Act
Urban Institute
Jeffrey Roth
$360,000
1995-IJ-CX-0073

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Changing Roles of Police

Community Policing Strategies: First National Survey Update
Macro International, Inc.
Billy Jones
$286,000
1996-IJ-CX-0045

Investigative Function in the Community Policing Context
Police Executive Research Forum
Mary Ann Wycoff
$406,000
1996-IJ-CX-0081

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Evaluation and Problemsolving

Evaluation of Chicago's Citywide Community Policing Program
Northwestern University
Wesley G. Skogan
$996,000
1994-IJ-CX-0046

Evaluation of the Effects of Fatigue on Police Patrol Officers and Their Relations With the Community
Police Executive Research Forum
Dennis Jay Kenney
$285,000
1996-IJ-CX-0046

Firearms and Violence: Juveniles, Illicit Markets, and Fear
Presidents and Fellows of Harvard
Susan Michaelson
$190,000
1994-IJ-CX-0056

Impact of Community Policing Training and Implementation on Police Personnel
Arizona State University
Robin Haarr
$94,000
1996-IJ-CX-0060

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  Locally Initiated Research Partnerships

Ada County, Idaho, Sheriff's Office and Boise State University
Boise State University
John Crank
$91,000
1996-IJ-CX-0085

Alachua, Florida, County Sheriff's Office Research Partnership With the University of Florida
Alachua County Sheriff's Office
Louise Grimm
$36,000
1996-IJ-CX-0087

Assessing Community Police Performance in Philadelphia
Temple University
Jack R. Greene
$184,000
1995-IJ-CX-0084

Creating a Culture of Community Policing: An Albuquerque Police Department-University of New Mexico Research Partnership
University of New Mexico
Lydia Salas
$151,000
1996-IJ-CX-0068

Cross-Site Research on Locally Initiated Collaborations
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
J. Thomas McEwen
$296,000
1995-IJ-CX-0083

Demonstrating a Cost-Effective Approach for Locally Initiated Police Research in Small- and Medium-Size Cities
LINC
Marcia R. Chaiken
$199,000
1995-IJ-CX-0047

Domestic Violence Intervention Project
East Bay Community Foundation, Berkeley, California
Maria Theresa Viramontes
$100,000
1996-IJ-CX-0098

Establishing a Research Partnership: Forest Park, Ohio, Police Division and the University of Cincinnati
University of Cincinnati
Lawrence Travis
$46,000
1996-IJ-CX-0088

Fast Track Program Study: Tracking Nonviolent Juvenile Criminal Offenders
Bay City, Michigan, Police Department
Penny Phelps
$33,000
1996-IJ-CX-0072

Forging a Florida Law Enforcement Research Coalition
Florida State University
Anthony Pate
$137,000
1995-IJ-CX-0085

Forming a Research Partnership: Lansing Police Department and Michigan State University
City of Lansing
Timothy S. Bynum
$118,000
1995-IJ-CX-0093

Impact of Charleston, West Virginia, Community Oriented Policing
Marshall University Research Corporation
Girmay Berhie
$111,000
1996-IJ-CX-0063

Indianapolis Management Accountability Program: A Collaboration Between the Indianapolis Police Department and Indiana University
Indiana University—Bloomington
Alexander Weiss
$202,000
1996-IJ-CX-0092

Locally Initiated Research on Community Policing
Jefferson County, West Virginia, Coalition on Substance Abuse (FOCUS)
Diane C. McCoy
$61,000
1995-IJ-CX-0088

Locally Initiated Research: Developing and Expanding Problemsolving Partnerships in Jersey City—Center for Crime Prevention Studies at Rutgers University
Jersey City Police Department
Frank Gajewski
$129,000
1995-IJ-CX-0076

Locally Initiated Research Partnership: Framingham, Massachusetts, Police Department and Social Science Research and Evaluation, Inc.
Social Science Research and Evaluation, Inc.
Robert Apsler
$98,000
1996-IJ-CX-0070

Meeting the Needs of Racine Citizens: Evaluation of a Community Policing Program
University of Wisconsin—Parkside
Helen Rosenberg
$82,000
1996-IJ-CX-0093

Partnership Against Crime: University of Maryland and Prince George's County Police Department
University of Maryland—College Park
Lawrence W. Sherman
$78,000
1996-IJ-CX-0080

Police-Academic Partnership for Evaluation and Research
University of Virginia
Janet Warren
$129,000
1996-IJ-CX-0044

Restructuring the Role of Police Sergeants by Identifying the Character Traits Associated With Success
City of Baltimore
Joseph R. Bolesta
$195,000
1996-IJ-CX-0086

Targeting Cycles of Domestic Violence II: Testing of Lethality Scale to Predict Recidivism and Escalating Violence (grant continuation)
City of Seattle
Dan Fleissner
$120,000
1995-IJ-CX-0097

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Measuring the Impact of Police

Analysis of the Factors Affecting the Clearance of Homicides
Justice Research and Statistics Association
Joan C. Weiss
$270,000
1996-IJ-CX-0047

Reducing Repeat Victimization of Residential Burglary
Police Executive Research Forum
John Stedman
$443,000
1996-IJ-CX-0042

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Police and the Community

Assessing a Model of Police Community Collaboration
Vera Institute of Justice, Inc.
Douglas Young
$74,000
1996-IJ-CX-0064

Awareness and Perceptions of Community Policing in Immigrant Communities
Victim Services, Inc.
Rob Davis
$244,000
1996-IJ-CX-0073

Community Component of Community Policing in Los Angeles
University of Southern California
Cheryl Maxson
$371,000
1996-IJ-CX-0069

Determinants of Citizen and Police Involvement in Community Policing
City of Boston
Luis Garcia
$172,000
1996-IJ-CX-0071

Identifying Strategies To Market the Police in the News
Indiana University—Bloomington
Steven Chermak and Alex Weiss
$133,000
1996-IJ-CX-0078

Police and the Community: National League of Cities Search for Excellence in Community Policing
National League of Cities Institute
William B. Whiteside
$249,000
1995-IJ-CX-0064

Street-Level Policing in Cincinnati: The Content of Community and Traditional Policing and the Perceptions of Policing Audiences
University of Cincinnati
James Frank
$235,000
1996-IJ-CX-0075

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Police Integrity

Development of Guidelines for Using Psychological Test Results To Help Combat Corruption in Law Enforcement Organizations
Defense Personnel Security Research Center
Howard Timm
$50,000
1996-IJ-CX-A056

Identifying Correlates of Police Deviance: An Empirical Study of Police Corruption and Brutality in New York (1975–1996)
Temple University
Jack R. Greene
$413,000
1996-IJ-CX-0053

Perceptions of Police Accountability in Citizen Complaints
Sam Houston State University
Kenneth Adams
$300,000
1996-IJ-CX-0077

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Law Enforcement Family Support Program

Law Enforcement Family Support
Police Research Education Project
Robert Scully
$146,000
1996-FS-VX-0001

Law Enforcement Family Support Demonstration Project
Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 1
Kevin McCarthy
$180,000
1996-FS-VX-0005

Law Enforcement Family Support Program
Iowa State University
Eugene Deisinger
$170,000
1996-FS-VX-0006

Law Enforcement Family Support Program
Vermont Department of Public Safety
Michael Sorenson
$30,000
1996-FS-VX-0008

Law Enforcement Family Support: Training Program for Reduction of Stress Among Law Enforcement Officers and Their Families
New York Division of Criminal Justice Services
Stephen M. Bernardi
$25,000
1996-FS-VX-0002

Police Chaplaincy: An Innovative Law Enforcement Stress Reduction Delivery System
Arkansas State Police
Jim Tudor
$59,000
1996-FS-VX-0004

Stress Reduction Among Law Enforcement: Officers and Families Exploratory Study
City of Buffalo
R. Gil Kerlikowski
$97,000
1996-IJ-CX-0056

Stress Reduction Program for New York City Police Officers
New York City Patrolmen's Benevolent Association Membership Assistance Program
William Genet
$130,000
1996-FS-VX-0007

Stress Training for Officers and Partners
Miami Police Department
Gerald Darling
$47,000
1996-FS-VX-0003

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Sentencing and Corrections

Collaborative Development of Individual Discharge Planning for Incarcerated Women
University of Rhode Island
Kathryn Quina
$140,000
1996-CE-VX-0012

Crime and Justice Thematic Volume on Prisons
Castine Research Corporation
Michael Tonry
$197,000
1996-CE-VX-K001

Effect of Correctional Resources on the Sentencing of Male and Female Defendants in Minnesota
Florida International University
Lisa Stolzenberg
$37,000
1996-CE-VX-0008

Evaluation of the Development and Implementation of Virginia's Sentencing Law
National Center for State Courts
Brian Ostrom
$114,000
1996-CE-VX-0005

Evaluation of Florida's Residential Drug Treatment and Prison Diversion Program
Richard L. Linster
$112,000
1996-CE-VX-0010

Evaluation of North Carolina's Structured Sentencing Law
Research Triangle Institute
James Collins
$235,000
1996-CE-VX-0013

Forging a Florida Correctional Research Coalition
Florida State University
Gordon Waldo
$174,000
1996-CE-VX-0007

HIDTA Seamless System for Drug-Involved Offenders: A Randomized Multicenter Evaluation
University of Maryland—College Park
Faye S. Taxman
$200,000
1996-CE-VX-0017

Impact of Truth-in-Sentencing Reform in Massachusetts
Massachusetts Committee on Criminal Justice
Francis J. Carney
$50,000
1996-CE-VX-0011

Local Impact of Violent Offender and Truth-in-Sentencing Legislation: How Probation and Community Corrections Respond
RAND Corporation
Peter Greenwood
$199,000
1996-CE-VX-0001

Managing Felons in Los Angeles County
RAND Corporation
Joan Petersilia
$188,000
1996-CE-VX-0018

Multisite Evaluation of Second Generation Sentencing Commissions
Abt Associates Inc.
William Rhodes
$300,000
1996-CE-VX-0016

Offender Outcomes Under North Carolina Criminal Justice Partnership Act
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation
Amy Craddock
$225,000
1996-CE-VX-0004

Study of Legislation and Impact of Two-Strikes Legislation
National Council on Crime and Delinquency
James F. Austin
$97,000
1996-CE-VX-0009

The Unintended Impacts of Sentencing Reforms and Incarceration on Family Structure
University of Minnesota
Samuel Myers
$150,000
1996-CE-VX-0015

Violent Offender Incarceration and Truth-in-Sentencing: National Evaluation of Implementation Experiences and Impact on Corrections
RAND Corporation
Susan Turner
$600,000
1996-CE-VX-0006

The Wisconsin Idea: Evaluation Partnership on Sentencing and Corrections
Wisconsin Department of Corrections
Michael E. Smith
$102,000
1996-CE-VX-0003

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Boot Camps

Boot Camps and Their Impact on Confinement Populations
Abt Associates Inc.
Dale G. Parent
$275,000
1996-SC-VX-0005

Correctional Boot Camps for Juveniles: A Proposal for a Multisite Study
University of Maryland—College Park
Doris MacKenzie
$398,000
1996-SC-LX-0001

Evaluation of Los Angeles County Juvenile Drug Treatment Boot Camp
California State University—San Marcos
Sheldon Zhang
$179,000
1996-SC-VX-0003

Evaluation of OJP FY 1995 Boot Camp Planning Grants
National Council on Crime and Delinquency
Sandra Tunis
$73,000
1996-SC-VX-0004

National Multisite Impact Evaluation of Private and Public Boot Camp Programs
National Council on Crime and Delinquency
James F. Austin
$268,000
1996-SC-LX-0002

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Residential Substance Abuse Treatment

Client Motivation in Therapeutic Community Treatment for Offenders
University of Delaware
Steven S. Martin
$62,500
1997-RT-VX-K004

Evaluation of Florida Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners Program
Florida State University
C. Aaron Neece
$50,000
1997-RT-VX-K007

Evaluation of the Forever Free Substance Abuse Program
University of California—Los Angeles
Michael Prendergast
$39,000
1997-RT-VX-K003

Evaluation of the Maxey Substance Abuse Treatment Program
University of Michigan—Ann Arbor
William C. Birdsall
$49,000
1997-RT-VX-K008

Evaluation of Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prison Inmates
University of New Mexico—Albuquerque
Gary LaFree
$50,000
1997-RT-VX-K002

Evaluation of Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners Program
University of Wisconsin—Madison
D. Paul Moberg
$49,000
1997-RT-VX-K001

National Evaluation of Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
National Development and Research Institutes, Inc.
Douglas Lipton
$500,000
1997-RT-VX-K006

The Therapeutic Milieu in Treatment of Offenders: A Process and Outcome Evaluation in Maryland
University of Maryland
Faye Taxman
$50,000
1997-RT-VX-K005

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Violence Against Women

Alcohol Problems and Violence Against Women
University of Northern Iowa
William R. Downs
$92,000
1996-WT-NX-0005

Data Collection and Communication: An Implementation Guide
National Center for State Courts
Susan Keilitz
$145,000
1996-WT-NX-0002

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Data Systems in States
Justice Research and Statistics Association
Stan Orchowsky
$138,000
1996-IJ-CX-0057

Efficacy of Court-Mandated Counseling for Domestic Violence Offenders: A Broward County Experiment
Florida Atlantic University
Lynette Feder
$135,000
1996-WT-NX-0008

Evaluation of a Coordinated Community Response to Domestic Violence (supplement)
Applied Research Associates
Stan Orchowsky
$13,000 (original grant was $114,412)
1995-WT-NX-0004

Factors Related to Domestic Violence Court Disposition in a Large Urban Area: The Role of Victim-Witness Reluctance
University of Cincinnati
Joanne Belknap
$119,000
1996-WT-NX-0004

Impact Evaluation of STOP Grant Programs for Reducing Violence Against Women Among Indian Tribes
University of Arizona
Eileen M. Luna
$145,000
1996-WT-NX-0006

Impact Evaluation of STOP Grants Law Enforcement and Prosecution
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
J. Thomas McEwen
$325,000
1996-WT-NX-0007

Impact Evaluation of Victim Services Programs: STOP Grants Funded by the Violence Against Women Act
American Bar Association
Barbara Smith
$200,000
1996-WT-NX-0003

National Evaluation of the Violence Against Women Act Grants (supplement)
Urban Institute
Martha Burt
$350,000
1995-WT-NX-0005

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Science and Technology Awards Under the Crime Act

General Technology Support

Facilitation of Domestic and International Technology Partnerships in Counter Terrorism Efforts
Eagan, McAllister Associates, Inc.
Robert Greenberg
$298,000
1996-LB-VX-K008

Field Evaluation of the System for the Effective Control of Urban Environment Security (SECURES®)
University of Cincinnati
Lorraine Green Mazerolle
$150,000 (plus $50,000 NIJ base funds)
1996-MU-MU-0018

NIJ Surplus Property Program
Ultimate Enterprise Limited
Michael Simpson
$150,000
1996-LB-VX-K002

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Forensic Sciences Program
U.S. Department of Energy
Susan Heiser
$250,000
1996-LB-VX-A043

Regional Gang Information System: Phase I
Police Executive Research Forum
Clifford Karchmer
$425,000
1996-LB-VX-K007

Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance for the National Institute of Justice Office of Science and Technology
U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Support Office
Carl F. Kiele
$850,000
1996-LB-VX-A038

Technology Assessment Program
U.S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kathleen Higgins
$1,500,000 (plus $1,100,000 NIJ base funds)
1994-IJ-CX-A004

Working With Technology in Corrections
American Correctional Association
John J. Greene
$100,000
1996-LB-VX-K004

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Less-Than-Lethal Weapons Technology

Law Enforcement Technology, Technology Transfer, Less-Than-Lethal Technology, and Policy Assessment
SEASKATE, Inc.
E.A. Burkhalter
$154,000 (plus $79,000 NIJ base funds)
1996-MU-MU-K016

Law Enforcement Technology, Technology Transfer, Less-Than-Lethal Weapons Technology, and Policy Liability Assessment
SEASKATE, Inc.
E.A. Burkhalter
$198,000
1996-LB-VX-K006

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Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Centers

National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center—Rockville, Maryland
Aspen Systems Corporation
Richard Rosenthal
$1,600,000
1996-MU-MU-K011

National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center: Northeastern Region—Rome, New York
U.S. Air Force, Rome Laboratory
John A. Ritz
$250,000
1996-IJ-CX-A032

National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center: Southeastern Region—Charleston, South Carolina
South Carolina Research Authority
Gary Mastrandrea
$1,562,000
1996-LB-VX-K005

National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center: Western Region—Denver, Colorado
University of Denver—Colorado Seminary
Deborah G. Bradford
$550,000
1996-MU-MU-K012

National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center: Western Region—San Diego, California
Aerospace Corporation
Robert M. Pentz
$117,000
1996-MU-MU-K006

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Community-Oriented Policing Technology1

APD Intranet/Briefing Stations
City of Arlington, Texas, Police Department
Larry Barclay
$183,375
1997-IJ-CX-K005

Affordable Crime Mapping and Information-Sharing Technology for Community Police Officers
City of New Orleans, Louisiana, Police Department
Lieutenant Michael Pfeiffer
$203,328
1997-IJ-CX-K006

Algorithmic Image Matching: Police Technology Research and Development Project
Santa Ana, California, Police Department
Captain Paul M. Walters
$250,041
1997-IJ-CX-K011

Artificial Neural Network System for Classification of Offenders in Murder and Rape Cases
Battelle Memorial Institute
Jennifer Miles
$310,000
1997-IJ-CX-K007

Automation of Local Police Functions
New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services
Jim Shea
$409,035
1997-IJ-CX-K009

Crime Analysis Extension Application
Environmental Systems Research Institute
John Perry
$522,382

Demonstration of a Concealed Weapons Detection System Using Electromagnetic Resonances
Akela, Inc.
Alan Hunt
$442,229
1997-IJ-CX-K013

Development of a Neighborhood Problem-Solving System
Abt Associates Inc.
Marianne Beauregard
$100,343

FALCON (Future Alert and Contact Network)
City of Charlotte, North Carolina, Police Department
Maureen Brown
$234,980
1997-IJ-CX-K004

Internet Community Oriented Policing Tools Project
City of Davis, California, Police Department
Christian Sandvig
$167,675
1997-IJ-CX-K012

Largo Police Department Wireless Internet Project
Largo, Florida, Police Department
Sergeant Brian McKeon
$56,150
1997-IJ-CX-K002

Metropolitan Nashville Police Department's Palm Top Project
Metropolitan Nashville, Tennessee, Police Department
Lieutenant Ken Peace
$128,875
1997-IJ-CX-K003

Portable Concealed Weapon Detector
Los Angeles County, California, Sheriff's Office
Yu-Wen Chang
$496,624

Portable Voice-Command Translation System
Integrated Wave Technologies, Inc.
A. Robert Sabo
$493,000
1996-LB-VX-K008

Pursuit Management Task Force
Aerospace Corporation
Donald Peterson
$236,000
1996-IJ-CX-K007

Seamless Mobile Law Enforcement Computer Network
Virginia Department of State Police
Captain John Furlough
$348,362
1997-IJ-CX-K010

Software Development for Intelligence Gathering
Monroe County, Florida, Sheriff's Office
Deputy Terry Armstrong
$187,900
1997-IJ-CX-K008

Vehicle Stopper Technology Evaluation Program
U.S. Department of the Army
Edward P. Scannell
$250,000
1996-IJ-CX-A047

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DNA Identification

Development of Criteria for Model External DNA Proficiency
University of Illinois—Chicago
Joseph L. Peterson
$250,000
1996-DN-VX-0001

Expansion of DNA Analysis Capabilities: Illinois State Police Forensic Sciences Command
Illinois State Police, Springfield
Susan Hart Johns
$450,000
1996-MU-VX-0020

Forensic DNA Laboratory Improvement Program: Maryland
Maryland Department of Public Safety
Louis C. Portis
$300,000
1996-DN-VX-0002

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Forensic DNA Laboratory Improvement Program

Development of a PCR Laboratory: Minnesota
Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension
Terry Laber
$249,000
1996-IJ-CX-0043

Development of a Rapid, Immobilized Probe Assay for the Detection of mtDNA Variation
Children's Hospital—Oakland Research Institute
Kathleen H. Gonzalez
$193,000
1996-IJ-CX-0028

DNA Forensic Laboratory Enhancements: Maryland
Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Jane C. Cooke
$50,000
1996-IJ-CX-0038

DNA Identification Project: Montana
Montana Department of Justice
Bill Unger
$150,000
1996-IJ-CX-0090

DNA Offender Data Base Program: South Carolina
South Carolina Law Enforcement Division
Matthew G. Fitts
$210,000
1996-IJ-CX-0051

DNA STR Evaluation Project: Indiana
Marion County, Indiana, Prosecutor
James E. Hamby
$151,000
1996-IJ-CX-0052

Enhancement of Capability To Analyze DNA: Virginia
Virginia Department of General Services, Division of Forensic Science
Deanne Dabbs
$375,000
1996-IJ-CX-0059

Enhancement of DNA Testing Capabilities: Alaska
Alaska Department of Public Safety, Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory
George M. Taft
$129,000
1996-IJ-CX-0048

Enhancement of DNA Testing Capabilities: Arizona
City of Tucson
Walter Tannert
$75,000
1996-IJ-CX-0032

Enhancement of DNA Typing: Georgia
Georgia Bureau of Investigation
George Harrin
$292,000
1996-IJ-CX-0079

Enhancement of Serological Analysis to DNA Technologies: Kentucky
Kentucky State Police
Lonnie Moert
$119,000
1996-IJ-CX-0041

Enhancement of STR Capabilities in the New Jersey Forensic DNA Laboratory
New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice, Department of Law and Public Safety
Margaret Tarver
$126,000
1996-IJ-CX-0089

Enhancement of STR Capabilities in the West Virginia State Police Crime Laboratory
West Virginia Division of Public Safety
Ted Smith
$153,000
1996-IJ-CX-0055

Enhancement of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Forensic DNA Capabilities
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Forensic Services Division
William Darby
$200,000
1996-IJ-CX-0066

Expansion of DNA Laboratory Program: Missouri
Missouri State Highway Patrol
Lori Maloney
$375,000
1996-IJ-CX-0040

Expansion of DNA Services: North Carolina
North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation
Mark Nelson
$206,000
1996-IJ-CX-0062

Expansion of the Felon DNA Data Bank Program: Alabama
Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs
John Hicks
$375,000
1996-IJ-CX-0049

Forensic DNA Enhancement Project: Arizona
Arizona Department of Public Safety
Susan Narveson
$330,000
1996-IJ-CX-0094

Forensic DNA Enhancement Project: Texas
Texas Department of Public Safety, Narcotics Service
J.R. Urbanovsky
$400,000
1996-IJ-CX-0084

Forensic DNA Laboratory Improvement Program: Florida
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Dale Heideman
$450,000
1996-IJ-CX-0095

Forensic DNA Laboratory Improvement Program: Kansas
Sedgwick County and Wichita Police Department Consortium
Carrie May
$324,000
1996-IJ-CX-0061

Forensic DNA Laboratory Improvement Program: New Mexico
City of Albuquerque
Ann Talbot
$290,000
1996-IJ-CX-0039

Forensic DNA Laboratory Improvement Program: Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania State Police
Christine Tomsey
$375,000
1996-IJ-CX-0034

Forensic DNA Laboratory Improvement Program: Pittsburgh
Allegheny County Department of Laboratories
Charles Winek
$151,000
1996-IJ-CX-0054

Forensic DNA Laboratory Improvement Program: South Dakota
South Dakota Office of the Attorney General
Rex Riis
$60,000
1996-IJ-CX-0033

Forensic DNA Laboratory Improvement Program: Vermont
Vermont Department of Public Safety
Eric Buel
$74,000
1996-IJ-CX-0076

Implementation of a PCR Program for the Scottsdale Police Crime Lab
City of Scottsdale
Allen Garrett
$85,000
1996-IJ-CX-0096

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Notes

[1]. Grants without identifying numbers will be assigned them after final processing. Numbers prefixed With "1997" indicate grants awarded in 1997 With 1996 funding. Back to Community-Oriented Policing Technology awards

Date Created: November 19, 2007