NIJ Awards in Fiscal Year 2000

(includes first-time awards and supplements to previous awards)

Community Justice

Community, Mapping, Planning, and Analysis for Safety Strategy
Seattle, City of
Nancy McPherson
$625,000
2000-IJ-CX-K001

Community Prosecution: Rethinking Organizational Strategies and Criminal Justice Performance Measures
Barbara Boland
$69,797
1995-IJ-CX-0112

Seattle COMPASS Research Partner
Northwest Crime and Social Research, Inc.
Joe Kabel
$275,000
2000-IJ-CX-0016

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Corrections

Applying Problem-Solving Approaches to Reentry
Hudson Institute
Edmund McGarrell
$59,463
2000-CE-VX-0002

Community Supervision: Determining High-Risk and Low-Risk Offenders
George Washington University
James Austin
$100,000
2000-IJ-CX-0029

Corrections Field Test Design: An Evaluation
Abt Associates Inc.
David Hayeslip
$499,678
2000-FS-VX-K003

Evidence-Based Enhancement of the Detection, Prevention, and Treatment of Mental Illness in the Correction Systems
Julian Ford
$750,000
2000-IJ-CX-0044

Impact of Educational Experience on Incarceration Rates
University of Maryland—College Park
Gary LaFree
$114,904
2000-IJ-CX-0025

Reparative Versus Traditional Probation: A Tri-State Analysis
University of New Hampshire
Jack Humphrey
$192,564
2000-IJ-CX-0033

Research on Incarcerated Women
University of South Carolina
Lois Wright
$359,183
2000-WT-VX-0010

Sentencing-Related Changes in Correctional Health
University of Texas Health Science Center—San Antonio
Jacques Baillargeon
$140,924
2000-CE-VX-0001

Suicide and Native American Jail Detainees
University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc.
Margaret E. Severson
$180,763
1999-IJ-CX-0016

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

Trends in Substance Abuse and Treatment Needs Among Inmates
Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University
Steven Belenko
$34,885
2000-IJ-CX-0019

Women's Recidivism and Community Reintegration
University of Illinois
Patricia O'Brien
$298,756
2000-IJ-CX-0038

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Courts

Assessing the Efficacy of Treatment Modalities Used by Drug Courts
University of Southern Maine
Donald Anspach
$250,000
2000-DC-VX-0008

Child Abuse and Neglect Cases: A Review of Specialized Courts
Urban Institute
Adele Harrell
$33,430
1997-IJ-CX-0013

Cook County Target Abuser Call: An Evaluation of a Specialized Domestic Violence Court
University of Iowa
Carolyn Copps Hartley
$379,665
2000-WT-VX-0003

Interdisciplinary Conference on the Jury in the 21st Century
Brooklyn Law School
Lawrence Solan
$30,000
2000-LT-BX-K003

National Evaluation of Juvenile Drug Courts
Urban Institute
Jeffrey Butts
$700,000
2000-DC-VX-K003

Red Hook Community Court: A Baseline Assessment
Columbia University
Jeffrey Fagan
$374,981
2000-MU-MU-0006

Study of the Determinants of Case Growth in U.S. Federal Court
University of Mississippi
William F. Shughart II
$250,000
2000-IJ-CX-0042

Understanding Court Culture and Improving Court Performance
National Center for State Courts
Victor E. Flango
$285,896
2000-IJ-CX-0030

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Crime Prevention

Crime Prevention, General

Accessing Technology, Methods, and Information for Committing and Combating Electronic Crime
Utica College of Syracuse University
Gary R. Gordon
$191,548
2000-LT-BX-K002

A Descriptive and Predictive Model of Organized Crime
Virginia Commonwealth University
Jay S. Albanese
$72,419
2000-IJ-CX-0009

Maternal Risk Factors, Early Life Events, and Deviant Outcomes
University of Cincinnati
Jeff Maahs
$15,000
2000-IJ-CX-0010

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

Telemarketing Fraud: An Exploratory Study
University of Tennessee—Knoxville
Neal Shover
$92,279
2000-IJ-CX-0028

Understanding the Effects of Employment and Labor Markets on Crime
University of Washington
Robert D. Crutchfield
$206,550
2000-IJ-CX-0026

Understanding the Role of Communities in the Long-Term Criminal Consequences of Childhood Maltreatment
Research Foundation of the State University of New York—Albany
Amie M. Schuck
$15,000
2000-IJ-CX-0031

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Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative (SACSI)



Community Safety Initiative Evaluation Component
University of Illinois—Chicago
Dennis P. Rosenbaum
$443,233
1999-IJ-CX-K013

Evaluation of Winston-Salem's SACSI
Winston-Salem State University
Lynn K. Harvey
$88,189
2000-IJ-CX-0048

Memphis Strategic Team Against Rape and Sexual Assault
University of Memphis
Christopher Jones
$50,000
2000-JN-FX-0002

Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative
University of Missouri—St. Louis
Scott H. Decker
$230,000
2000-IJ-CX-K008

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Drugs and Crime

Drugs and Crime, General



Estimate of the Incidence of Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault
University of Illinois
Adam Negrusz
$150,596
2000-RB-CX-K003

Illicit Substance Detection
Gordon Research Conferences
Carlyle B. Storm
$20,000
1997-LB-VX-0007

Improving Statistical Models for Estimating Drug Users
University of California—Los Angeles
M. Douglas Anglin
$127,629
2000-IJ-CX-0017

Is Job Accessibility Relevant to Crime Patterns?
University of Northern Illinois
Fahui Wang
$34,996
2000-IJ-CX-0023

Neighborhoods, Jobs, and Criminal Involvement
University of Washington
Robert D. Crutchfield
$15,000
2000-IJ-CX-0022

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Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program



Two-Year Outcome of South Carolina's RSAT Prisoners Program
University of South Carolina
Mitchell J. Miller
$99,171
2000-RT-VX-K001

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Information Dissemination and General Support

Annual Review of Justice Research
Castine Research Corporation
Michael Tonry
$199,113
1992-IJ-CX-K044

Committee on Law and Justice Core Support
National Academy of Sciences
Faith Mitchell
$245,000
1998-IJ-CX-0030

Crime and Justice Atlas: Centennial Edition
Justice Research and Statistics Association
Joan C. Weiss
$147,091
2000-IJ-CX-0005

Journal of Research in Crime and Justice
John Jay College, Research Foundation of the City University of New York
Todd Clear
$112,951
2000-IJ-CX-0036

Media Power and Information Control
Rutgers—The State University of New Jersey
George L. Kelling
$15,000
2000-IJ-CX-0046

Pickett Fellowship in Criminal Justice Policy and Management
Harvard College
Susan Michaelson
$49,900
1992-IJ-CX-0012

Technology Conference Support
Center for Technology Commercialization, Inc.
Jim Scutt
$569,816
1999-LT-VX-K021

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International Crime

Costs of Illegal Immigrants for Border Counties
U.S./Mexico Border County Coalition
Tanis J. Salant
$300,000
2000-IJ-CX-0020

Creating a Database on Transnational Crime
Robin W. Burnham
$67,500
2000-IJ-CX-0024

Estimating the Flow of Illegal Drugs Through Ukraine
Abt Associates Inc.
Terence Dunworth
$55,490
2000-IJ-CX-0008

The Internet Studio: Building the Infrastructure for the World Justice Information Network
Rule of Law Foundation
Sergey Chapkey
$154,000
1998-IJ-CX-K004

Preventing Organized Crime in Ukraine
University of Pittsburgh
Phil Williams
$43,759
2000-IJ-CX-0006

Trafficking in Women From Ukraine
University of Rhode Island
Donna M. Hughes
$55,221
2000-IJ-CX-0007

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Law Enforcement

Policing, General



Action Research to Assess and Aid Partnership Initiatives
University of Maryland—College Park
Faye S. Taxman
$150,000
2000-IJ-CX-0045

Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating Comprehensive Models of Police Performance Measurement Systems
Police Executive Research Forum
Lorie Fridell
$349,897
2000-IJ-CX-K003

Evaluation of the Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Program
Cosmos Corporation
Robert Yin
$549,977
1997-LB-VX-0013

Measuring the Effectiveness of the Police Corps Model
Cosmos Corporation
Antony Pate
$198,435
2000-IJ-CX-0027

Police Restructuring in the District of Columbia: An Evaluation
Urban Institute
Jeffrey Roth
$420,000
1998-IJ-CX-K007

Social Research: Getting It Right for Practitioners and Policymakers
Gloria Laycock
$39,633
1999-IJ-CX-0050

Transferring Responsibility for Child Welfare to a Law Enforcement Agency: An Evaluation
University of Pennsylvania
Richard Gelles
$297,208
2000-IJ-CX-0002

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Community Policing

Assessing Community Policing in the District of Columbia
Northwestern University
Wesley G. Skogan
$138,835
2000-IJ-CX-0001

Community-Oriented Policing: Assessing the Effects
National Academy of Sciences
Carol Petrie
$1,300,000
2000-IJ-CX-0014

Evaluation of Comprehensive Indian Resources for the Community and Law Enforcement Agencies
Harvard College
Joseph P. Kalt
$270,000
2000-MU-MU-0015

Monitoring Community Policing in Chicago
Northwestern University
Wesley G. Skogan
$199,862
2000-IJ-CX-0037

Patterns of Community Policing
George Mason University
Stephen D. Mastrofski
$313,339
2000-IJ-CX-0021

Problem-Oriented Policing and Crime Prevention: Why Are Interventions Effective?
Anthony A. Braga
$40,000
1999-IJ-CX-0023

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Corrections and Law Enforcement Family Support



Behavioral Science Video Resources for Native American, Rural, and Other Underserved Police Departments
Fraternal Order of Police—Old Pueblo Lodge #51
Larry A. Morris
$121,778
2000-LS-VX-0004

Comprehensive Wellness Program
Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court
Matt Movak
$50,000
2000-FS-VX-K001

Families, Officers, and Corrections Understanding Stress
Connecticut Department of Corrections
Michael McGarthy
$99,990
2000-FS-VX-0001

Law Enforcement Field Test Design: An Evaluation
Abt Associates Inc.
David Hayeslip
$499,990
2000-FS-VX-K004

Stress Training for Probation Officers and Their Families
Harris County Community Supervision and Corrections Department
Bennett Lachner
$42,255
2000-FS-VX-K002

Training for Officers and Spouses
Lubbock Police Department
Ken A. Walker
$99,887
1999-FS-VX-0005

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Schools

Crime and School: Place, Opportunity, and Routine Activities
American University
James P. Lynch
$14,989
2000-IJ-CX-0012

Development of a Speech-to-Forms Translator for School Police and Safety Personnel
Language Systems, Inc.
Christine Montgomery
$149,999
1999-LT-VX-K025

National Assessment of School Resource Officer Programs
Abt Associates Inc.
Terence Dunworth
$699,975
2000-IJ-CX-K002

Safe School Technologies
MATCOM
William Walsh
$249,753
1999-LT-VX-K015

Safe Schools, Law Enforcement, and Corrections Research Support
George Mason University
Stephen D. Mastrofski
$49,969
2000-RD-CX-K003

Testing a Drug Detection and Identification System in Secondary Schools Using Nontoxic Aerosol Technology
Mistral Security, Inc.
Eyal Banai
$298,965
2000-RD-CX-K004

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Sentencing

Getting to Death: Fairness and Efficiency in Death Penalty Cases
Columbia University
Jeff Fagan
$259,467
2000-IJ-CX-0035

Public Perceptions of Appropriate Prison Sentences
Vanderbilt University
Mark A. Cohen
$251,811
1999-CE-VX-0001

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Technology Development

Officer Protection and Crime Prevention Technologies

Development of an Authorized-User-Only Handgun
Smith & Wesson
Kevin G. Foley
$300,000
2000-RD-CX-K001

Development of Safe Gun Technology
FN Manufacturing, Inc.
Jean-Louis Vanderstracten
$300,000
2000-MU-MU-K005

Law Enforcement Technology Dissemination
Eastern Kentucky University
Tom Thurman
$177,464
1999-DT-CX-K001

Police Special Weapons and Tactic Team: A Multimethod Study
University of Missouri—St. Louis
David Klinger
$98,248
2000-IJ-CX-0003

SECURES® Urban Gunshot Detection System Demonstration at Austin, Texas
Planning Systems Incorporated
Glynn Lewis
$770,000
2000-IJ-CX-K004

Southwest Border States Anti-Drug Information System
Criminal Information Sharing Alliance
Glen Gillum
$9,000,000
1997-LB-VX-K009

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Investigative and Forensic Sciences



Forensics, General

Assessing Error in PMI Prediction Using a Forensic Entomological Computer Model
University of Florida—Gainesville
Rusty Okoniewski
$156,170
2000-RB-CX-0002

Crime Laboratory Service Quality
National Forensic Science Technology Center
William J. Tilstone
$414,651
2000-RC-CX-K001

National Center for Forensic Science
University of Central Florida
Carrie Whitcomb
$1,100,000
1998-IJ-CX-K003

New Technology in Solving Crime in the 21st Century
University of New Haven—School of Public Safety
Albert Harper
$26,000
2000-LT-BX-0001

Service Quality in Crime Laboratories
National Forensic Science Technology Center
William J. Tilstone
$1,899,822
2000-RC-CX-K001

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DNA 5-Year Plan

Chip-Based Genetic Detector for Rapid Identification of Individuals
Nanogen, Inc.
Ron Sosnowski
$514,848
1997-LB-VX-0004

Development of New Analytical Buffer Systems for the Separation and Analysis of PCR-Amplified DNA by Capillary
Ohio University
Thea Arocho
$113,923
1999-IJ-CX-K014

Microdevice for Automated, Ultra-High-Speed, and Portable DNA Forensics
Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research
Daniel J. Ehrlich
$2,486,876
1998-LB-VX-K022

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DNA Laboratory Improvement Program

Automated STR Analysis for DNA Databases
Cybergenetics Co.
Mark W. Perlin
$183,700
2000-IJ-CX-K005

Continuation and Expansion of "Fast Track" Forensic Indexing of Crime Scene Profiles
Albuquerque, City of
John F. Krebsbach
$244,811
1998-DN-VX-0009

Enhancing DNA Identification Capabilities for Reduction of Violent Crime
West Virginia University
Clifton P. Bishop
$998,801
2000-DN-VX-K001

Expanding DNA Analysis Capabilities: STR Implementation in Texas
Bexar, County of
Lonnie D. Ginsberg
$187,700
1998-DN-VX-0024

Expanding DNA Typing in Georgia
Georgia Bureau of Investigation
George Herrin, Jr.
$267,500
1998-DN-VX-0022

Florida Statewide Coordinated Forensic DNA Laboratory Program
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Dale Heideman
$1,000,000
1998-DN-VX-0034

Forensic DNA Program for Connecticut: PCR Technologies
Connecticut Department of Public Safety
Elaine M. Pagliaro
$150,000
1998-DN-VX-0017

Homogenous Fluorescent PCR Assays for Forensically Informative Sites Over the Entire mtDNA Genome
American Registry of Pathology
Thomas J. Parsons
$219,470
2000-IJ-CX-K010

Increasing STR Typing Capabilities in the Oregon State Police Forensic DNA Laboratory
Oregon Department of State Police
Cecilia H. Von Beroldingen
$341,695
1997-DN-VX-0013

Microplate Assay for the Quantification of Human DNA
Vermont Department of Public Safety
Eric Buel
$67,129
2000-IJ-CX-K012

Ohio Statewide Consortium DNA Grant
Ohio Attorney General, Bureau of Criminal Identification Investigation
Roger Kahn
$372,700
1997-DN-VX-0009

Production of DNA Evidence CD-ROM Courseware
Advanced Systems Technology
Frantzie Couch
$199,998
1900-LT-BX-K006

South Carolina Crime Laboratory Improvement Program
South Carolina Law Enforcement Division
Earl Wells
$1,200,000
2000-RC-CX-0023

Sperm Cell Selection System for Forensic DNA of the Male Component
University of Virginia
John C. Herr
$305,532
2000-IJ-CX-K013

Spermatozoa Capture During the Differential Extraction Process for STR Typing of Sexual Assault Evidence
University of North Texas Health Science Center
Arthur J. Eisenberg
$272,870
2000-IJ-CX-K009

STR Conversion and Expansion of CODIS Database
Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension
Patricia C. Wojtowicz
$140,000
2000-RC-CX-0003

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CODIS Backlog Reduction

State of Oklahoma DNA Offender Database
Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
Mary Long
$250,000
2000-RC-CX-0022

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Sample Backlog (Utah)
Utah Department of Public Safety, Criminalistics Laboratory
Pilar Shortsleeve
$150,000
2000-RC-CX-0013

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Alaska)
Alaska Department of Public Safety
Chris W. Beheim
$80,650
2000-RC-CX-0012

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Albuquerque)
Albuquerque, City of
John Krebsbach
$477,000
2000-RC-CX-0011

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Arizona)
Arizona Department of Public Safety
Todd Griffith
$201,250
2000-RC-CX-0014

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Arkansas)
Arkansas State Crime Laboratory
Kenneth Michau
$55,500
2000-RC-CX-0021

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (California)
California Department of Justice, Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
Jan Bashinski
$1,500,000
2000-RC-CX-0007

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Florida)
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
William Coffman
$400,000
2000-RC-CX-0008

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Illinois)
Illinois State Police
Susan Johns
$481,650
2000-RC-CX-0020

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Kansas)
Kansas Bureau of Investigation
Sidney Schueler
$369,900
2000-RC-CX-0015

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Massachusetts)
Massachusetts State Police
Carl M. Selavka
$351,000
2000-RC-CX-0017

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Michigan)
Michigan State Police, Forensic Science Division
Richard Lowthian
$717,900
2000-RC-CX-0019

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Minnesota)
Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension
Terry L. Laber
$200,000
2000-RC-CX-0001

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (New Jersey)
New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety
Harry Corey
$168,650
2000-RC-CX-0010

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (New York)
New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services
John Hicks
$1,447,400
2000-RC-CX-0002

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (North Carolina)
North Carolina Department of Justice
Mark Nelson
$700,000
2000-RC-CX-0009

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Ohio)
Ohio Attorney General Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation
Cynthia Shannon
$1,330,700
2000-RC-CX-0016

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Pennsylvania)
Pennsylvania State Police, Bureau of Forensic Services
Harry Fox III
$653,100
2000-RC-CX-0004

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Texas)
Texas Department of Public Safety
J. Ronald Urbanovsky
$1,745,550
2000-RC-CX-0006

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Virginia)
Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services
Deanne F. Dabbs
$1,800,000
2000-RC-CX-0018

STR Analysis of Convicted Offender DNA Samples (Washington)
Washington State Patrol
Lynn McIntyre
$1,343,100
2000-RC-CX-0005

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Less-Than-Lethal Incapacitation



Biomechanical Assessment of Nonlethal Weapons
Wayne State University
Sheila Bowen
$369,983
1998-LB-VX-K017

Less-Than-Lethal Ballistic Weapon
Law Enforcement Technologies, Inc.
Greg MacAleese
$108,310
2000-LT-BX-K004

Ring Airfoil Projectile System for Less-Than-Lethal Application
Guilford Engineering Associates, Inc.
David Findlay
$294,750
1997-IJ-CX-K019

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Communication and Information Technologies



Automating Local Police Functions
New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services
James F. Shea
$140,969
1997-IJ-CX-K009

Collaborative Working Group on Interoperability/Spectrum
Public Technology, Inc.
Janet Quist
$44,252
2000-LT-BX-K007

Computer-Assisted System for Reassembly
Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension
Laura Nelson
$16,400
2000-RB-CX-0001

Distributed COPLINK Database and Concept Space Development
Tucson, City of
Jennifer Schroeder
$350,000
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
$124,600
1997-LB-VX-K002

Field Test of Portable Hand-Held Digital Fingerprint and Photo Device (Remote Data Terminal 1)
Hennepin County (Minnesota) Sheriff's Office
Richard Esensten
$1,500,000
2000-IJ-CX-K007

Field Test of Portable Hand-Held Fingerprint and Photo Device (Remote Data Terminal 2)
Hennepin County (Minnesota) Sheriff's Office
Richard Esensten
$1,500,000
2000-IJ-CX-K011

Incident Command Technology Systems for Public Safety
Center for Technology Commercialization, Inc.
Jim Scutt
$299,331
2000-MU-MU-K019

Law Enforcement Data Mining Analytical Tool
University of Maryland—College Park
Thomas H. Carr
$25,000
2000-LT-BX-K005

Law Enforcement Data Mining Analytical Tools Developed in Support of the Washington/Baltimore HITDA
University of Maryland—College Park
Thomas H. Carr
$1,424,966
1999-LT-VX-K010

Miniaturized, Advanced Voice-Response Translator for Preprogrammed Law Enforcement Phrases
Integrated Wave Technologies, Inc.
John Hall
$24,987
1998-LB-VX-K023

Real-Time Computer Surveillance for Crime Detection
University of Maryland—College Park
Barbara O'Malley
$229,641
1999-LT-VX-K019

Software Radio Infrastructure for Interoperability
Vanu, Inc.
Andrew Beard
$169,973
2000-MU-CX-0016

Software Radio Interoperation Device
Vanu, Inc.
Andrew Beard
$149,998
1999-LT-VX-K009

Spatial Knowledge Mining and Information Sharing
University of Virginia
D.E. Brown
$118,000
2000-RB-CX-K004

Support for Technology Fair on Border Technology
Center for Technology Commercialization, Inc.
Jim Scutt
$609,808
1999-LT-VX-K021

Technology Information Exchange on High-Speed Pursuits for State and Local Law Enforcement
International Association of Chiefs of Police
John Firman
$50,000
1999-LT-VX-K004

Washington Area Communications Interoperability Assessment
Johns Hopkins University—Applied Physics Laboratory
Darcy Brudin
$300,000
2000-MU-MU-K007

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Training and Simulation Technologies



JUST TALK: Developing a Prototype Training Program Using Natural Language Processing and Virtual Reality Technology
Research Triangle Institute
Dave Obringer
$248,314
2000-RD-CX-K002

Law Enforcement Information Systems and Strategy Demonstration on Project: CRIMES
Sam Houston State University
Larry T. Hoover
$200,000
2000-RD-CX-K005

Law Enforcement Technology Dissemination and Training
Eastern Kentucky University
Tom Thurman
$450,000
1999-LT-VX-K002

National Assessment of Technology and Training for Law Enforcement
Eastern Kentucky University
Pam Collins
$291,172
1999-LT-VX-K022

Rural Law Enforcement Technology Support (RULETS)
Eastern Kentucky University
Pam Collins
$1,208,828
2000-MU-MU-K008

Technology Outreach Program
Primedia Workplace Learning
Chris Elliston
$124,980
2000-MU-MU-K020

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Critical Incident Response/Counterterrorism Technologies



Containment Devices for Small Terrorist Bombs
JAYCOR Defense Sciences Group
Frank Robbins
$67,726
1997-DT-CX-K001

Counterterrorism Technology Assessment
Johns Hopkins University—Applied Physics Laboratory
Darcy Brudin
$146,163
2000-LT-BX-K001

Institute for Security Technology Studies
Dartmouth College
John F. Kavanagh
$14,550,000
2000-DT-CX-K001

Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism
Oklahoma City National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism
Lisa Moreno-Hix
$14,550,000
2000-DT-CX-K002

Portable Through-the-Wall Surveillance System
Raytheon Company, Sensors and Electronics Systems Segment
Joseph Marroquin
$270,118
1998-DT-CX-K004

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Program Assessment, Policy, and Coordination



Law Enforcement Technology, Technology Transfer, Less-Than-Lethal Technology, and Policy Assessment
SEASKATE, Inc.
E.A. Burkhalter
$558,893
1996-MU-MU-K016
$276,264
1996-LB-VX-K006

Surplus Property Program
Ultimate Enterprises Limited
Michael Simpson
$298,986
1996-LB-VX-K002

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



Governance and Technology Delivery Processes for NLECTC
Pymatuning Group, Inc.
Ruth M. Davis
$378,426
1998-LB-VX-0001

NLECTC Supplement
Aspen Systems Corporation
Richard S. Rosenthal
$2,738,308
1996-MU-MU-K011

NLECTC—Rocky Mountain Region
University of Denver—Colorado Seminary
Robert Epper
$2,467,166
1996-MU-MU-K012

NLECTC—Southeast Center
South Carolina Research Authority
Gary Mastrandrea
$2,010,433
1997-MU-MU-K020

NLECTC—West
Aerospace Corporation
Donald Peterson
$1,732,000
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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Victimization and Victim Services

Homicide, Bereavement, and the Criminal Justice System
University of Texas—Austin
Sarah Dugan Goodrum
$13,450
2000-IJ-CX-0011

Victim Needs and Assistance: Development of a National Study
Victim Services, Inc.
Ellen Brickman
$556,345
1998-VF-GX-0011

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Violence

Violence, General



Black-White Homicide Differentials: Analysis by Race
Ohio State University Research Foundation
Ruth D. Peterson
$35,000
2000-IJ-CX-0015

Tribal Strategies Against Violence Initiative: An Evaluation
Orbis Associates
Richard Nichols
$40,586
1997-DD-BX-0031

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Violence Against Women and Family Violence

Antecedents Among Black Women
University of Central Florida
Jana L. Jasinski
$50,198
2000-WT-VX-0002

Arrest Policies for Domestic Violence: An Evaluation
Iowa Law Enforcement Academy
Roxann M. Ryan
$71,076
2000-WE-VX-K001

Arrest Policies Program Under VAWA: A National Evaluation
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
Thomas McEwen
$505,924
1998-WE-VX-0012

Community Partnership Models Addressing Violence Against Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Women
University of Wisconsin—Madison
Rachel Rodriguez
$236,136
2000-WT-VX-0005

Comparison of Partner Violence in Latino Communities
California State University—San Marcos
Fernando Soriano
$556,841
2000-WT-VX-0017

Criminal Justice Intervention in Domestic Violence
University of Massachusetts—Lowell Research Foundation
Gerald T. Hotaling
$50,000
2000-WT-VX-0019

Effects of Drug and Alcohol Use on Intimate Partner Violence
University of New Mexico—Health Sciences Center
Lorraine H. Malcoe
$184,440
2000-WT-VX-0004

Enhanced Advocacy and Interventions: Evaluation of the EVOLVE Program for Male DV Offenders
University of Connecticut
Eleanor Lyon
$347,009
2000-WE-VX-0014

Evaluation of a Multisite Demonstration of Collaborations to Address Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment
Caliber Associates
Janet Griffith
$599,809
2000-MU-MU-0014

History of Intimate Partner Violence
University of Washington
Victoria L. Holt
$280,460
2000-WT-VX-0016

Impact Evaluation of STOP Grant Programs for Reducing Violence Against Women
University of Arizona
Eileen M. Luna
$73,792
1998-WT-VX-K010

Increasing Victim Safety and System Accountability
Texas Women's University
Judith McFarlane
$212,384
2000-WT-VX-0020

Intervention to Improve Documentation of Domestic Violence in Medical Records
Northeastern University
V. Pualani Enos
$220,817
2000-WT-VX-0014

Investigating Intimate Partner Violence Using NIBRS Data
State University of New York—Albany
Colin Loftin
$34,996
2000-IJ-CX-0013

Longitudinal Study of Battered Women in the System: The Victims' and Decision Makers' Perceptions
University of Colorado—Boulder
Joanne Belknap
$181,987
1998-WT-VX-0024

National Evaluation of the Domestic Violence Victims' Civil Legal Assistance Program
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
Edward Connors
$800,154
2000-WL-VX-0002

National Evaluation of Grants to Combat Violent Crimes Against Women
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
Cheron DuPree
$849,833
2000-WA-VX-0001

National Sexual Violence Prevention Conference
Texas Association Against Sexual Assault
Annette Burrhus-Clay
$49,989
2000-WT-VX-0006

Nature and Correlates of Domestic Violence Among Female Arrestees in San Diego
San Diego Association of Government
Susan Pennell
$46,048
2000-WT-VX-0001

Police-Social Service Intervention to Prevent Domestic Violence: An Evaluation
Vera Institute of Justice, Inc.
Robert C. Davis
$34,802
2000-WT-VX-0007

Research and Evaluation on Violence Against Women
University of Alaska—Anchorage
Randy Mangen
$233,555
2000-WT-VX-0013

Research and Evaluation on Violence Against Women
Wayne State University
Barbara LeRoy
$49,888
2000-WT-VX-0018

Research and Evaluation on Violence Against Women: Battering, Work, and Welfare
University of Pittsburgh
Lisa D. Brush
$234,905
2000-WT-VX-0009

Richmond/Police Foundation Domestic Violence Partnership
Police Foundation
Rosann Greenspan
$59,886
1998-WT-VX-0001

Rural Domestic Violence and Child Victimization: A National Evaluation
Cosmos Corporation
Mary Ann Dunton
$349,996
1998-WR-VX-K002

STOP Formula Grant Program: National Evaluation
Urban Institute
Martha Burt
$478,992
1995-WT-NX-0005

Synthesis of the Research and Evaluation From the Violence Against Women Act
Indiana University—Bloomington
David A. Ford
$149,284
2000-WT-VX-0008

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Firearms



Ballistics Matching Using 3D Images of Bullets and Cartridge Cases
Intelligent Automation, Inc.
Benjamin Bachrach
$50,000
1997-LB-VX-0008

Improving Research and Data on Firearms
National Academy of Sciences
Carol Petrie
$150,000
2000-IJ-CX-0034

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Youth

Evaluation of G.R.E.A.T.
University of Nebraska—Omaha
Finn Esbensen
$216,990
1994-IJ-CX-0058

Policing by Injunction: Civil Gang Abatement
State University of New York—Albany
Edward Allen
$15,000
2000-IJ-CX-0018

Governors' Criminal and Juvenile Justice Policy
National Governors' Association Center for Best Practices
Evelyn Ganzglass
$70,000
2000-IJ-CX-0049

Policing Juveniles
State University of New York—Albany
Stephanie M. Myers
$15,000
2000-IJ-CX-0039

Role of Social Support on Adolescent Crime
Georgia State University Research Foundation
Becky L. Tatum
$45,343
2000-IJ-CX-0032

Youth Curfew in Prince Georges County, Maryland: An Evaluation
Urban Institute
Caterina Gouvis
$49,916
1999-IJ-CX-0008

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