NIJ Awards in Fiscal Year 2002

Includes first-time awards and supplements to previous awards.


Community Justice

Community Mapping, Planning, and Analysis for Safety Strategy
Seattle, City of
Gerard Sidorowicz
$400,000
2000-IJ-CX-K001

Influences of Community Context on the Processing and Sentencing of Felony Defendants in 54 U.S. Counties
University of Missouri
Noelle Fearn
$15,000
2002-IJ-CX-0003

Measuring the Impact of Collaboration on Community Safety Problem-Solving Initiatives
Myra Wall Downing
$150,589
2002-IJ-CX-0024

Program on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods
Harvard College
Felton Earls
$230,000
1993-IJ-CX-K005

Research Partner: East Valley COMPASS (Crime Mapping, Planning, and Analysis for Safety Strategies) Initiative
Police Foundation
Rachel Boba
$274,560
2002-MU-CX-K013

Strengthening and Rebuilding Tribal Justice Systems, Phase II
University of Arizona
Steven Cornell
$574,519
2002-MU-MU-0015

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Corrections

Breaking the Cycle Demonstration Project
Jacksonville Department of Community Affairs
Harry Ivey, Jr.
$500,000
1998-IJ-CX-K013

Connecticut Correctional Health Research Program
University of Connecticut Health Center
Robert L. Trestman
$3,000,000
2002-IJ-CX-K009

Corrections and Law Enforcement Family Support: Corrections Field Test Design
Abt Associates Inc.
David Hayeslip
$149,995
2000-FS-VX-K003

Evaluation of Drug Treatment at the State Correctional Institution at Chester: A Partnership Between the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, Gaudenzia, Inc., and Temple University
Temple University
Wayne Welsh
$376,180
2002-RT-BX-1002

Evaluation of the Rhode Island Probation Specialized Domestic Violence Supervision Unit
Council of State Governments/American Probation and Parole Association
Carl Wicklund
$300,000
2002-WG-BX-0011

Examination of Privatization in the Federal Bureau of Prisons
Abt Associates Inc.
Douglas McDonald
$239,078
1999-IJ-CX-K018

Geographic Tools to Improve Officer Safety in Correctional Institutions
Temple University
George F. Rengert
$397,394
2002-MU-MU-0016

Improving Correctional Officer Safety: Reducing Inmate Weapons
Johns Hopkins University
Donald Dow
$225,516
2002-IJ-CX-K017

Neuropsychological and Emotional Deficits Predict Correctional Treatment Response
Research Triangle Institute
Diana Fishbein
$627,990
2002-MU-BX-0013

Providing Transitional Services to Improve Offender Outcomes
Vera Institute of Justice, Inc.
James Wilson
$375,000
2002-RT-BX-1001

Supermax Prisons
Urban Institute
Dan Mears
$298,127
2002-IJ-CX-0019

Working With Technology in Corrections
American Correctional Association
R.J. Verdeyen
$99,084
1996-LB-VX-K004

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Courts

Evaluation of a Multisite Demonstration for Enhanced Judicial Oversight
Urban Institute
Adele Harrell
$1,700,000
1999-WT-VX-K005

Examining the Collateral Costs of Establishing Specialized Courts
Justice Management Institute
Douglas K. Somerlot
$300,000
2002-IJ-CX-K011

Testing the Effects of Selected Jury Trial Innovations on Juror Comprehension of DNA Evidence
B. Michael Dann
$213,418
2002-IJ-CX-0026

Web-Based Automated System
Access Justice
Alan Kalmanoff
$175,000
2002-IJ-CX-K003

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Crime Mapping

Development of an Offender Travel Model for Use in Metropolitan Crime Mapping Systems and Its Integration Into the CrimeStat Spatial Statistics Package
Ned Levine and Associates
Ned Levine
$111,974
2002-IJ-CX-0007

Robust Spatial Analysis Rare Crimes Modeling
Urban Institute
Avinash Bhati
$58,505
2002-IJ-CX-0006

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Crime Prevention

Evaluation of Breaking the Cycle
Urban Institute
Adele Harrell
$9,999
1997-IJ-CX-0013

An Evidence-Based Review of Rape and Sexual Assault Preventive Intervention Program
Research Triangle Institute
Shannon Morrison
$230,358
2002-WG-BX-0006

Rape Prevention Through Bystander Education
University of New Hampshire
Victoria Banyard
$283,038
2002-WG-BX-0009

Screening for Co-Occuring Mental Health and Substance Abuse
University of Akron
Sonia A. Alemagno
$26,761
2002-IJ-CX-0028

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Criminal Justice Research, General

Comparative Analysis of Structural Covariates of Female/Male Offending Rates
Pennsylvania State University
Jennifer Schwarts
$20,000
2002-IJ-CX-0025

Enhancing Imputation Methodologies for County-Level UCR Data
University of Illinois
Michael Maltz
$49,611
2001-IJ-CX-0006

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Drugs and Crime

Impact of Alcohol and Drug Use and Criminal Justice Involvement on the Family
San Francisco State University
Bruce A. Macher
$29,171
2002-IJ-CX-0030

A Qualitative Study of Ecstacy Sellers
Scientific Analysis Corporation
Sheigla Murphy
$583,470
2002-IJ-CX-0018

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International Crime

Corruption and the Rule of Law: Dealing With Cultural Differences in the Former Soviet Union
George Mason University
Janine Wedel
$186,113
2002-IJ-CX-0017

NIJ-Rule of Law Transition Support Activities
Abt Associates Inc.
Terence Dunworth
$299,875
2001-IJ-CX-K002

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Legislation, Policy, and Standards

Criminology and Public Policy
American Society of Criminology
Chris Eskridge
$165,917
2001-IJ-CX-0015

State Legislative Information and Training
National Conference of State Legislators
Donna Lyons
$43,312
2002-IJ-CX-0014

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Policing

Policing, General

Investigation and Prosecution of Homicide Cases in the United States
Justice Studies, Inc.
Phyllis Newton
$643,349
2002-IJ-CX-0021

Policing in the United States: Developing a Comprehensive Model
Illinois State University
L. Edward Wells
$34,955
2002-IJ-CX-0016

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Family Support and Stress Management

Correction Officer Stress Management
New Jersey Department of Corrections
William Hepner
$97,014
2001-LT-BX-K013

Corrections and Law Enforcement Family Support: Law Enforcement Field Test Supplement
Abt Associates Inc.
David Hayeslip
$150,000
2000-FS-VX-K004

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

Law Enforcement and Family Stress
Duluth, City of
Peg Johnson
$100,000
2001-FS-BX-K002

North Miami Beach Police "SOS" Stop Our Stress
North Miami Beach, City of
Venetia Coffey
$80,985
2001-FS-BX-K003

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

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Schools

Safe Kids, Safe Schools: Evaluating the Use of Iris Recognition Technology
21st Century Solutions
Craig Uchida
$148,997
2002-RD-CX-K002

Safe Schools, Law Enforcement, and Corrections Research Support
George Mason University
Stephen D. Mastrofski
$149,933
2000-RD-CX-K003

School Safety Web-Based Curriculum for Six Target Audiences
Johns Hopkins University
Jocelyn Bauer
$1,398,799
2002-RD-CX-K001

Teacher-Parent Authorization Security System (T-PASS)
Plumstead Township Board of Education
Philip J. Meara
$293,360
2002-RD-CX-K005

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Sentencing

Investigation and Prosecution of Homicide: Examining the Federal Death Penalty System
Rand Corporation
Stephen Klein
$1,332,979
2002-IJ-CX-0022

Of Fragmentation and Ferment: State Sentencing and Correction
Vera Institute of Justice, Inc.
James Wilson
$268,383
2002-IJ-CX-0027

Relationship Between Race, Ethnicity, and Sentencing Outcome
University of Maryland—College Park
Ojmarrh Mitchell
$85,507
2002-IJ-CX-0020

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Technology Development

Officer Protection and Crime Prevention Technologies

Build a Prototype Optical Recognition System to Identify and Track Stolen Vehicles Using License Plate Reading Techniques
G2 Tactics
Andrew J. Bucholz
$156,773
2002-LT-BX-K006

Center for Criminal Justice Technology
Mitretek Systems, Inc.
Steven Pomerantz
$1,999,744
2001-LT-BX-K002

Fighting Crime With Advanced Technologies
Georgia State University
Robert Friedmann
$3,051,999
2002-RG-CX-K005

Southwest Border States Anti-Drug Information System
Criminal Information Sharing Alliance
Glen Gillum
$4,100,000
1997-LB-VX-K009

Testing of Riot Helmets and Face Shields
Aspen Systems Corporation
Richard Rosenthal
$3,512,330
1996-MU-MU-K011

To Develop a Comprehensive Suite of "New Technology"
Association of Public Safety Communications Officials International, Inc.
Craig M. Jorgensen
$150,000
1997-LB-VX-K002

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Investigative and Forensic Sciences

Forensics and Crime Labs, General

ASCLD/LAB Forensic Laboratory Accreditation Expansion
American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors
Frank Fitzpatrick
$140,556
2002-LT-BX-K004

Ballistics Matching Using 3D Images of Bullets and Cartridge Cases
Intelligent Automation, Inc.
Benjamin Bachrach
$550,000
1997-LB-VX-0008

Central Gulf Coast Regional Computer Forensics Lab Project
University of New Orleans
Danielle Trapagnier
$1,000,000
2002-LP-CX-K004

City of Bellevue Police Department Forensic Services Unit Crime Lab Improvement Project
Bellevue, City of
Carl Nicoll
$648,570
2002-RC-CX-K003

Conference on Medicolegal Death Investigation Systems
National Academy of Sciences
Linda M. Kilroy
$74,986
2002-LT-BX-K002

Crime Laboratory Improvement Program—Iowa
Iowa Department of Public Safety
Jerry L. Brown
$947,910
2002-RC-CX-K002

Crime Laboratory Improvement Program—Mississippi
Mississippi Department of Public Safety
Kenneth Winter
$99,780
2002-RC-CX-K004

Crime Laboratory Improvement Program—Ohio
Ohio Attorney General, Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation
Roger Kahn
$799,573
2002-LP-CX-K007

Crime Laboratory Improvement Program—Rhode Island
University of Rhode Island
Franca Cirelli
$449,010
2002-RC-CX-K005

Crime Laboratory Improvement Program—South Carolina
South Carolina Law Enforcement Division
Lisa Nine
$2,494,500
2000-RC-CX-0023

Crime Laboratory Improvement Program—Wisconsin
Wisconsin Department of Justice
Jerome Geurts
$661,000
2002-RC-CX-K001

Detection of Date Rape Drugs by Capillary Electrochromatography Using Monolithic Polymer Columns
Ohio University
Bruce McCord
$183,206
2002-MU-MU-K002

Development of Statistical Methods for Estimating a Minimum Postmortem Interval: An Evaluation Using Insect Growth Data
University of Alabama—Birmingham
Jeffrey Wells
$219,450
2002-LT-BX-K001

Digital Photography
Iowa Governor's Office of Drug Control Policy
Dennis Wiggins
$33,182
2002-DN-BX-0019

Expanding the Use and Deployment of Imaging Systems in Law Enforcement
Institute for Forensic Imaging Foundation, Inc.
Herbert Blitzer
$200,000
2002-RG-CX-K004

Forensic Laboratory Improvement for the State of Alabama
Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs
James H. Fry
$50,676
2002-DN-BX-1001

Gene Polymorphism and Human Pigmentation
University of Arizona
Murray Brilliant
$496,053
2002-IJ-CX-K010

Improving Crime Lab Evidence Analysis and Efficiency in Utah
Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
Richard Ziebarth
$29,178
2002-DN-BX-0049

Improving Forensic Science Capabilities in the State of Vermont
Vermont Department of Public Safety
Eric Buel
$29,178
2002-DN-BX-0050

Marshall University Forensic Science Center
Marshall University Research Corporation
Ron Schelling
$3,493,218
2001-RC-CX-K002

Mid-Infrared Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy System for Law Enforcement Applications
BlueLeaf Networks
Thomas G. Owano
$299,932
2002-MU-CX-K008

National Center for Forensic Science
University of Central Florida
Carrie Whitcomb
$1,274,883
1998-IJ-CX-K003

National Forensic Science Institute
University of Tennessee—Knoxville
Michael L. Sullivan
$1,000,000
2002-LP-CX-K006

National Forensic Sciences Improvement Act (NFSIA): Increasing
Productivity in the Crime Lab Division

North Dakota, State of
Hope Olson
$29,178
2002-DN-BX-0038

Nontoxic Drug Detection and Identification Technology Research Program
Mistral Security, Inc.
Eyal Banai
$449,991
2000-RD-CX-K004

Paul Coverdell National Forensic Sciences Improvement Act (NFSIA) Grant—FY2002
New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services
John W. Hicks
$215,802
2002-DN-BX-0036

Paul Coverdell National Forensic Sciences Improvement Act (NFSIA): Quality System Support Project
Colorado Division of Criminal Justice
Randy R. Kennedy
$50,146
2002-DN-BX-0008

Proficiency Testing and Procedure Validation for Forensic Document Examiners
Drexel University
Moshe Kam
$296,226
2002-LT-BX-K008

Quantitative Assessment of Handwriting
State University of New York—Albany
Sargur Srihari
$298,237
2002-LT-BX-K007

Questioned Document Examination by Laser Desorption Mass Spectrometry
Michigan State University
John Allison
$212,733
2002-RB-CX-K002

Service Quality in Crime Laboratories
National Forensic Science Technology Center
William J. Tilstone
$8,846,086
2000-RC-CX-K001

2002 Forensic Crime Laboratory Improvement Program
South Carolina Law Enforcement Division
Lisa Nine
$1,750,000
2002-LP-CX-K002

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Biometrics and Smart Gun Technology

Application of Frequency-Based Coding to Smart Gun Technology
Technology Next, Inc.
Irene Vershinin
$175,856
2002-IJ-CX-K006

Creation of a Smart Gun With Radio Frequency Identification
VLe Small Arms
Arthur D. Schatz
$185,000
2002-IJ-CX-K021

Development of a Human Skin Biometric Identification System for Authorized User Only Handguns
Smith & Wesson
Kevin G. Foley
$590,884
2002-IJ-CX-K004

Face Recognition and Intelligent Software Development
Analytic Services, Inc.
Timothy Floyd
$1,797,767
1998-LB-VX-K021

Optical Methods for Authorized Handgun User Recognition
Exponent, Inc.
Phillip Whitley
$187,598
2002-IJ-CX-K012

Personalized Firearm Research and Review of Biometric Technology
iGun Technology Corporation
Jonathan Mossberg
$299,389
2002-IJ-CX-K002

Squad Car Unit Identification Program
Ontario, City of
Steven R. Duke
$1,800,000
2002-RG-CX-K006

Virginia Electronic Fingerprint Archive System
Virginia Department of State Police
Gunnar G. Kohlbeck
$250,000
2002-LP-CX-K005

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DNA

Assessment and In Vitro Repair of Damaged DNA Templates
University of Central Florida
Mary B. Stanley
$115,123
2002-IJ-CX-K001

A Chip-Based Genetic Detector of Rapid Identification of Individuals
Nanogen, Inc.
David Yenter
$1,700,000
1997-LB-VX-0004

DNA Backlog Reduction
Arkansas State Crime Laboratory
Kenneth H. Michau
$60,000
2002-LP-CX-K001

International Association of Chiefs of Police DNA Summit
International Association of Chiefs of Police
John Firman
$30,000
2002-VF-GX-K014

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences
J.C. Upshaw Downs
$690,246
2002-DN-BX-K024

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Albuquerque, City of
John Krebsbach
$550,245
2002-DN-BX-K008

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Arizona Department of Public Safety
Todd Griffith
$1,052,282
2002-DN-BX-K016

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Connecticut Department of Public Safety
Elaine M. Pagliaro
$117,163
2002-DN-BX-K004

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Delaware Health and Social Services
Daniel E. Katz
$129,413
2002-DN-BX-K025

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Suzanne Livingston
$2,795,086
2002-DN-BX-K006

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Illinois State Police
Sandra Nelson-Brown
$500,000
2002-DN-BX-K005

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Indiana State Police
Paul Misner
$303,558
2002-DN-BX-K015

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Institute of Forensic Sciences
Carmen Tirado
$131,678
2002-DN-BX-K020

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Kansas Bureau of Investigation
Kyle G. Smith
$377,176
2002-DN-BX-K019

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Kentucky State Police
Leslie Gannon
$291,543
2002-DN-BX-K013

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Maine State Police
Timothy D. Kupferschmid
$376,554
2002-DN-BX-K003

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Maryland State Police
Ken Hasenei
$5,048,669
2002-DN-BX-K014

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Massachusetts State Police
Carl M. Selavka
$917,030
2002-DN-BX-K022

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Michigan State Police, Forensic Science Division
Charles Barna
$1,471,170
2002-DN-BX-K011

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Missouri State Highway Patrol
T.J. Luikart
$348,412
2002-DN-BX-K017

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Nebraska State Patrol
Gale Griess
$226,494
2002-DN-BX-K018

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
New Hampshire Department of Safety
Melisa Staples
$71,716
2002-DN-BX-K001

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety
Linda Jankowski
$286,805
2002-DN-BX-K007

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services
John W. Hicks
$5,039,535
2002-DN-BX-K021

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Ohio Attorney General Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation
Roger Kahn
$2,254,088
2002-DN-BX-K009

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
Charles Curtis
$500,000
2002-DN-BX-K010

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Texas Department of Public Safety
J. Ronald Urbanovsky
$3,379,688
2002-DN-BX-K012

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Vermont Department of Public Safety
Eric Buel
$20,829
2002-DN-BX-K002

No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program, FY 2001
Wisconsin Department of Justice
Jerry Geurts
$1,633,000
2002-DN-BX-K023

Novel STR Multiplexes With Reduced Size to Analyze DNA
Ohio University
Bruce McCord
$453,110
2002-IJ-CX-K007

Program Acceleration/Enhancements for Microdevice DNA Forensics System
Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research
Daniel J. Ehrlich
$499,342
1998-LB-VX-K022

Quantitation of DNA for Forensic DNA Typing by qPCR
California Department of Justice
Eva Steinberger
$126,821
2002-IJ-CX-K008

Research and Development of Comprehensive Statistical Data
Smith Alling Lane, PS
Timothy Schellberg
$207,317
2002-LT-BX-K003

Simple, Rapid, and Accurate Quantitation of Human DNA
Vermont Department of Public Safety
Eric Buel
$124,970
2000-IJ-CX-K012

SNP Detection in Highly Degraded DNA
University of California—Berkeley
George Sensabaugh
$215,322
2002-IJ-CX-K005

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Less-Than-Lethal Incapacitation

Feasibility Study of a Finite Element Model to Assess Less-Than-Lethal Munitions
Wayne State University
Cynthia Bir
$130,889
2002-LT-BX-K005

Multisensor Grenade and Field Evaluation
Scientific Applications and Research Associates, Inc.
Lexi Donne
$125,821
2002-IJ-CX-K014

Multishot Launcher With Advanced Less-Than-Lethal Ring Airfoil Projectiles
Vanek Prototype Co.
Chester F. Vanek
$339,000
2002-IJ-CX-K015

Nonlethal Technologies, Inc., Road Sentry™ Improvement
Nonlethal Technologies, Inc.
Bradley X. Boyer
$100,000
2002-LT-BX-K009

Penetration Assessment of Less-Than-Lethal Munitions
Wayne State University
Cynthia Bir
$202,274
2002-IJ-CX-K020

Performance Characterization Study of Noise-Flash Diversionary Device
E-LABS, Inc.
Ronald B. Rise
$151,000
2002-DT-CX-K001

Variable-Range Less-Lethal Ballistic, Phase II
Law Enforcement Technologies, Inc.
Greg B. MacAleese
$285,421
2002-MU-MU-K007

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Communication and Information Technologies

Accelerated Information Sharing for Law Enforcement
National Law Enforcement Telecommunication System
Steven E. Correll
$650,000
2002-MU-MU-K005

Advanced Generation Interoperability for Law Enforcement Technology
University of Denver—Colorado Seminary
Robert Epper
$1,588,460
2001-RD-CX-K001

Capital Wireless Integrated Network (CapWIN)
University of Maryland—College Park
George Ake
$19,246,249
2001-RB-CX-K001

Capital Wireless Integrated Network (CapWIN) External Policy Development Research
George Mason University
Roger Stough
$472,500
2002-TE-CX-K002

Completion of Statewide Interagency Communications System
South Dakota Highway Patrol
Thomas Dravland
$6,499,669
2002-RG-CX-K002

Distributed COPLINK Database and Concept Space Development
Tucson, City of
Jennifer Schroeder
$250,000
2000-RB-CX-K001

Handheld Front-End for an Enhanced Speech-to-Forms Translation System
Language Systems, Inc.
Christine Montgomery
$301,846
1999-LT-VX-K025

Handheld Software Radio for Interoperability
Andrew D. Beard
$144,252
2002-RD-CX-K004

Indiana Hoosier Safe-T Project
Indiana State Police
Lester Miller
$3,000,000
2001-LT-BX-K003

International Association of Chiefs of Police Technology Information Exchange: Phase III
International Association of Chiefs of Police
John Firman
$275,000
1999-LT-VX-K004

JCIT/InfraLynx Operational Assessment
Johns Hopkins University—Applied Physics Laboratory
Vanu, Inc.
Nicole Nicholson
$90,877
2002-RD-CX-K003

Law Enforcement Data Mining Analytical Tools
University of Maryland—College Park
Thomas H. Carr
$1,470,000
1999-LT-VX-K010

Prehospital, Emergency Medical Services, and Emergency Department Information Interoperability Project for Arlington County
Silva Consulting Services, LLC
John S. Silva
$148,132
2002-RD-CX-K006

Public Safety Partnership/Project Mesa
Telecommunication Industry Association
Dan Bart
$150,000
2002-RG-CX-K008

State Leadership in Public Safety Wireless Interoperability
National Governors' Association Center for Best Practices
Thom Robel
$150,000
2002-RG-CX-K001

Statewide LAWNET Communications Project
New Hampshire Department of Safety
Frederick H. Booth
$4,000,000
2001-MU-MU-K010

2002 Radio/Communication System Upgrade
South Carolina Law Enforcement Division
Lisa Nine
$3,000,000
2002-RG-CX-0005

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Training and Simulation Technologies

Development of Distance Learning Capability
National Corrections and Law Enforcement Training and Technology Center
G. Steve Morrison
$900,000
2001-LT-BX-K007

Law Enforcement Technology Dissemination and Training
Eastern Kentucky University
James Thurman
$221,164
2000-MU-MU-K008

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Program Assessment, Policy, and Coordination

Project of the Surplus Property Program
Ultimate Enterprises Limited
Michael Simpson
$246,000
1996-LB-VX-K002

Technology and Policy Assessment Executive Panel
SEASKATE, Inc.
E.A. Burkhalter, Jr.
$533,978
2001-MU-MU-K003

Technology and Policy Assessment Liability Task Group
SEASKATE, Inc.
E.A. Burkhalter, Jr.
$139,681
2001-MU-MU-K001

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Technology Assistance

Cooperative Truck Stopping
Aerospace Corporation
Robert Waldron
$2,006,996
2000-MU-MU-K004

Operation of the Office of Law Enforcement Technology Commercialization
Wheeling Jesuit University
Carole Coleman
$2,793,795
1998-IJ-CX-K002

Operations of the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center—Rocky Mountain Region
University of Denver—Colorado Seminary
James Keller
$2,061,832
1996-MU-MU-K012

Project Safe Neighborhoods Academy: Proposal to Provide Technical Assistance
Michigan State University
Edmund McGarrell
$898,233
2002-GP-CX-1003

Rural Law Enforcement Technology Center
Eastern Kentucky University
Pam Collins
$1,529,000
2001-MU-MU-K009

Support Services for the National Interoperability Task Force
Center for Technology Commercialization, Inc.
James Scutt
$275,528
2001-LT-BX-K011

Technology Conference/Force Protection Equipment Demonstration Project Support
Center for Technology Commercialization, Inc.
James Scutt
$507,843
1999-LT-VX-K021

Transportation/Information Technology Research Program to Support Capital Wireless Integrated Network (CapWIN)
University of Virginia
B.L. Smith
$472,500
2002-TE-CX-K001

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Terrorism and Critical Incidents

Counterterrorism and Cybersecurity Research and Development
Dartmouth College
Michael Vatis
$35,960,400
2000-DT-CX-K001

Critical Incident Response Toolset Project
South Carolina Research Authority
Linda Thomas
$7,591,187
2002-MU-MU-K011

Impact of Economic, Political, and Social Variables on Incidents of World Terrorism
University of Maryland—College Park
Gary LaFree
$172,331
2002-DT-CX-0001

Informal Value Transfer Systems, Terrorism, and Money Laundering
Temple University
Nickolaos Passas
$119,443
2002-IJ-CX-0001

Learning From 9/11: Comparative Case Studies of the Law Enforcement Response in New York
Police Executive Research Forum
Gerald Murphy
$281,466
2002-IJ-CX-0013

New York University Center for Catastrophe Preparedness Response
New York University
Robert Berne
$7,000,000
2002-DT-CX-K002

Oklahoma City National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism
Dennis Reimer
$17,355,400
2000-DT-CX-K0002

Roundtable on Social and Behavioral Sciences and Terrorism
National Academy of Sciences
Carol Petrie
$200,000
2002-IJ-CX-0015

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Unemployment and Crime

Consequences of a Criminal Record for Employment Opportunity
University of Wisconsin—Madison
Devah Pager
$15,000
2002-IJ-CX-0002

Spatial and Temporal Linkages Between Unemployment and Crime
Westat, Inc.
Sanjeev Sridharan
$53,610
2002-IJ-CX-0010

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Victimization and Victim Services

Assessment of the State Victim Assistance Academy
Caliber Associates
Janet Griffith
$390,000
2002-VF-GX-0001

Criminal Justice Effects of Resource Rape Services
Sexual Assault and Trauma Center of Rhode Island
Pam Langhammer
$159,614
2002-WG-BX-0007

Evaluation of Services for Trafficking Victims Discretionary Grant Program
Caliber Associates
Heather Clawson
$485,663
2002-MU-MU-K004

Reducing Repeat Sexual Assault Victimization: Design and Testing of a Risk Reduction Program in an Urban Sample
Vera Institute of Justice, Inc.
Robert C. Davis
$299,990
2002-WG-BX-0008

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Violence

Violence Against Women and Family Violence

Co-Occuring Intimate Partner Violence and Child Maltreatment
Children's Research Institute
Kelly J. Kelleher
$399,774
2002-WG-BX-0014

Domestic Violence Against Older Women
Florida International University
Burton D. Dunlop
$337,973
2002-WG-BX-0010

Employment, Family, and Social Consequences of Intimate Partner Violence: A Longitudinal Analysis of Impact Over Time
University of Maryland—College Park
Laura Dugan
$31,234
2002-IJ-CX-0012

Evaluation of a Multisite Demonstration of Collaborations to Address Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment
Caliber Associates
Sharon Bishop
$749,448
2000-MU-MU-0014

Experience of Violence in the Lives of Homeless Women
University of Central Florida
James Wright
$326,033
2002-WG-BX-0013

Intimate Partner Violence During Visitation: A Longitudinal Study of
Supervised and Unsupervised Access

Safe Horizon, Inc.
Chris O'Sullivan
$198,946
2002-WG-BX-0012

Patterns of Violence Against Women: Risk Factors and Consequences
University of Minnesota
Ian Macmillan
$33,594
2002-IJ-CX-0011

Police Intervention and the Repeat of Domestic Assault
Pennsylvania State University
Richard Felson
$34,867
2002-WG-BX-0002

Sexual Assault Among Intimates: Frequency, Consequences, and Treatments
Texas Woman's University
Judith McFarlane
$254,322
2002-WG-BX-0003

Sexual Assault During and After Separation/Divorce: An Exploratory Study
Ohio University
Walter DeKeseredy
$104,832
2002-WG-BX-0004

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Firearms

Biomechanical Assessment of Blunt Ballistic Impacts to the Abdomen
Wayne State University
Cynthia Bir
$318,253
2002-MU-CX-K006

Firearm Markets and Firearm Violence
University of California—Davis
Garen Wintemute
$250,000
2002-IJ-CX-0005

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Youth

Adolescent Victimization and Offending: Specifying the Role of Peer Groups
Pennsylvania State University
Jennifer Shaffer
$20,000
2002-IJ-CX-0008

Breaking the Cycle Project for Juveniles
Lane County Department of Youth Services
Stephen Carmichael
$1,000,000
1999-IJ-CX-K017

Correlates and Consequences of Juvenile Exposure to Violence
Kansas State University
Stacey Nofziger
$34,980
2002-IJ-CX-0004

Risk Management of Sexually Reactive Children and Adolescents
Justice Resource Institute, Inc.
Robert Prentky
$284,780
2002-IJ-CX-0029

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Date Created: November 29, 2007