NIJ Awards in Fiscal Year 2005 by Topic

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

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Administrative Support

Audit Services for U.S. Crime Laboratories Performing DNA Analysis
National Forensic Science Technology Center
$5,728,286
2004–DN–BX–0079

National Center for Forensic Science (NCFS) Support of Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technology Activities (2006–2007)
University of Central Florida
$125,000
2005–IJ–CX–K021

NIJ Surplus Property Program
Ultimate Enterprises, Ltd.
$123,000
2005–DE–BX–K040

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Communication and Information Technologies

CommTech Program Reviews and Conferencing Activities Support
Aspen Systems Corporation
$130,000
2005–IJ–CX–K108

CommTech Program Support: Subject Matter Expert
Aerospace Corporation
$499,999
2005–IJ–CX–K042

Communication Technology
South Carolina Research Authority
$167,000
2005–IJ–CX–K032

Computer Assisted Pre-Coordination Resource and Database System (CAPRAD) FY 2005 Continuation Program
University of Denver–Colorado Seminary
$374,603
2001–RD–CX–K001

Develop a Comprehensive Suite of New Technology Standards for Interoperable Communications Network for Land Mobile Communications at the Local, State, and Federal Governmental Levels of Public Safety
Association of Public Safety Communications Officials International, Inc.
$225,000
2005–IJ–CX–K026

Establishing Operational Rules for Law Enforcement and First Responder Tactical Teams Using Ad Hoc Wireless Networks
Drakontas, LLC
$332,571
2005–IJ–CX–K004

Expansion of the CrimeStat Spatial Statistics Program
Ned Levine and Associates
$337,790
2005–IJ–CX–K037

Free Text Conversion and Semantic Analysis
Lehigh University
$100,000
2005–IJ–CX–K005

GPS Public Safety Alert and Notification System
Automated Regional Justice Information System
$200,000
2005–IJ–CX–K022

Information-Led Policing: Random Access to National Law Enforcement Telecommunication System Data (Expansion Pilot)
National Law Enforcement Telecommunication System
$387,400
2005–MU–MU–K019

Link Analysis Survey
Lehigh University
$100,000
2005–IJ–CX–K006

Low-Cost All-Band/All-Mode Radio for Public Safety
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
$399,816
2005–IJ–CX–K018

Prototype Public Safety Cognitive Radio for Universal Interoperability
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
$419,995
2005–IJ–CX–K017

Secure Mobile Broadband Applications
Northrop Grumman IT TASC
$267,054
2005–IJ–CX–K055

Smart Notification as a Tool for Improving and Accelerating DNA-Related Outcomes
New York City
$500,000
2005–JP–FX–K011

Steganography Analysis Research Center
DSD Laboratories, Inc.
$493,322
2005–DD–BX–K002

Tactical One-Way Plus Limited Response Language Translation Headset Demonstration
Integrated Wave Technologies
$93,781
2005–IJ–CX–K053

When Missing Data Are Not Missing: A New Approach to Evaluating Supplementary Homicide Reports (SHR) Imputation Strategies
University of New Mexico
$30,918
2005–IJ–CX–0007

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Computer Crime

Cyber and Electronic Crime Policy Project
National Governors Association
$200,000
2005–DE–BX–K070

Development of an Undercover Multipurpose Anti-Spoofing Kit
Florida State University
$341,024
2005–MU–MU–K007

Distributed Network Technology for Large-Scale Code Breaking (The DNA Project)
Florida State University
$149,916
2005–DE–BX–K034

Electronic Crime Partnership Initiative
Robert J. O'Leary
$350,000
2005–DE–BX–K005

Identity Theft: Assessing Offenders' Strategies and Perceptions of Risk
University of Alabama–Birmingham
$118,167
2005–IJ–CX–0012

Project Who? Geospatial Analysis of Internet-Related Identity Theft
Elchemy, Inc.
$194,780
2005–IJ–CX–K061

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Corrections

Active RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) Pilot Program
Los Angeles County
$100,000
2005–IJ–CX–K052

Assessing the Validity of Voice Stress Analysis Tools in a Jail Setting
Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
$232,200
2005–IJ–CX–0047

Developing Data-Driven Supervision Protocols for Positive Parole Outcomes
Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles
$272,978
2005–IJ–CX–0029

Development and Validation of a Brief Mental Health Screen for Women in Jail
Policy Research Associates, Inc.
$246,796
2005–IJ–CX–0004

Impact of Ohio's Progressive Sanction Grid
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
$103,525
2005–IJ–CX–0038

Parole Violations in California: A Multilevel and Policy-Focused Analysis
University of California
$282,835
2005–IJ–CX–0026

Prison Experience and Reentry: Impact of Victimization on Coming Home
University of Akron
$466,475
2005–RP–BX–0002

Prisoner Reentry: Impact of Conviction Status on the Employment Prospects of Young Men
Princeton University
$275,587
2005–IJ–CX–0019

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Courts

Center for Excellence in Civil Justice
National Center for State Courts
$500,000
2005–IJ–CX–0058

Cost Evaluation of Drug Court Programs Compared to State-Mandated Non-Drug Court Treatment Programs
Northwest Professional Consortium, Inc.
$284,715
2005–IJ–CX–0010

Judicial Discretion and Sentencing Outcomes: Incorporating Data From the Courtroom
State of Wisconsin
$160,079
2005–IJ–CX–0003

Multi-State Analysis of Time Consumption in Capital Appeals
City University of New York
$9,108
2004–IJ–CX–0005

Multi-State Analysis of Time Consumption in Capital Appeals, Phase II: State Postconviction Review and Federal Habeas Corpus
City University of New York
$28,978
2004–IJ–CX–0005

National Drug Court Evaluation
Urban Institute
$3,427,055
2003–DC–BX–1001

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Crime Lab Improvement

Crime Laboratory Improvement Program
Allegheny County
$989,475
2004–LP–CX–K015

Expand Capacity of the Southeast Missouri (SEMO) Regional Crime Lab
Southeast Missouri State University
$493,322
2004–LP–CX–K049

Forensic Science Crime Lab Improvement
Ohio Office of the Attorney General
$246,661
2002–LP–CX–K007

Marshall University Forensic Science Center and Forensic Research Network (FRN) Initiatives to Improve Forensic Crime Labs
Marshall University
$4,520,121
2005–MU–BX–K020

North Dakota University Forensic DNA Analysis Laboratory
North Dakota State University
$986,643
2004–RG–CX–K001

Pikes Peak Metro Crime Lab DNA Laboratory
Colorado Springs, City of
$197,329
2004–RC–CX–K019

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Crime Prevention

Explaining Developmental Crime Trajectories at Places
University of Maryland
$271,882
2005–IJ–CX–0006

Life Interrupted: Effects of Incarceration on Criminal Trajectories
Urban Institute
$35,000
2005–IJ–CX–0008

Modeling the Dynamics of Street Robberies to Inform Policy and Prevention
Institute for Law and Justice
$141,163
2005–IJ–CX–0015

Preventing Car Crime in Metro's Parking Facilities: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Urban Institute
$207,744
2005–IJ–CX–0034

Project Safe Neighborhoods Academy: Research-Based Training and Technical Assistance to Project Safe Neighborhoods (Year Three Supplement)
Michigan State University
$1,199,998
2002–GP–CX–1003

Situational Violent Crime Prevention at Specific Locations in Community Context: Place and Neighborhood Effects
University of Cincinnati
$187,167
2005–IJ–CX–0030

A Social Norms Approach to Community-Based Crime Prevention: Implicit and Explicit Messages on Neighborhood Watch Signs
California State University–San Marcos Foundation
$199,439
2005–IJ–CX–0016

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Criminal Justice Research

A Reexamination of the Criminal Deterrent Effects: Capital Punishment and Concealed Handgun Laws
University of Wisconsin
$32,356
2005–IJ–CX–0020

Center for Criminal Justice Technology Systems Integration Projects
Mitretek Systems, Inc.
$2,959,930
2001–LT–BX–K002

Committee on Law and Justice
National Academy of Sciences
$250,000
2001–MU–MU–0007

Investigation and Prosecution of Homicide Cases in the United States: The Process of Federal Involvement
National Opinion Research Center
$235,814
2002–IJ–CX–4021

National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology, and the Law
Stetson University, Inc.
$2,959,930
2003–IJ–CX–K024

Simulation Model to Examine the Allocation of Technology to Improve the Criminal Justice System
State University of New York
$74,598
2005–IJ–CX–K045

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Drugs and Crime

An Empirical Investigation of “Going to Scale” in Drug Interventions
Urban Institute
$196,495
2005–DC–BX–1064

Controlling Methamphetamine Precursors: From Policy to Practice
Andrews University
$324,764
2005–IJ–CX–0028

Differentiation of MDMA From Other Methamphetamines of Mass Spectral Equivalence
Auburn University
$20,000
2005–IJ–CX–K140

Drugs and Crime Research and Evaluation
Abt Associates, Inc.
$269,495
2005–IJ–CX–0024

Nontoxic Drug Detection and Identification Aerosol Technology Program
Mistral Security, Inc.
$739,982
2005–IJ–CX–K023

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Education and Training

Alternative Modalities for Providing DNA Training to the Nation's Prosecutors
American Prosecutors Research Institute
$500,000
2004–DN–BX–K017

Conversion of CD-ROM-Based Course: Espanol for Law Enforcement V2.0 to the Workforce Connections Platform
Eastern Kentucky University
$20,000
2005–DE–BX–K072

Institute for Forensic Science: Academic and Educational Programs Development
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
$989,477
2003–IJ–CX–K016

Western Forensic and Law Enforcement Training Casework Support and Training
Western Forensic Law Enforcement Training Center at Colorado State University–Pueblo
$98,664
2003–DD–BX–K013

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Evaluation

A Cost Evaluation of Drug Court Programs Compared to State Mandated Non-Drug Court Treatment Programs
Northwest Professional Consortium Inc
$284,715.00
2005-IJ-CX-0010

A Multi-Method Evaluation of Police Use of Force Outcomes
University of South Carolina Research Foundation
$647,387.00
2005-IJ-CX-0056

A Reexamination of the Criminal Deterrent Effects: Capital Punishment and Concealed Handgun Laws
University of Wisconsin - Madison Board Of Regents
$32,356.00
2005-IJ-CX-0020

A social norms approach to community-based crime prevention: implicit and explicit messages on Neighborhood Watch signs.
California State University - San Marcos
$199,439.00
2005-IJ-CX-0016

An Empirical Investigation of "Going to Scale" in Drug Interventions
Urban Institute
$196,495.00
2005-DC-BX-1064

An Evaluation of Utah's Youth and Families With Promise Program
Justice Research and Statistics Association
$994,613.00
2005-IJ-CX-0046

An Impact and Cost-Benefit Evaluation of the Oxford House Substance Free Transitional Housing Model
Northwest Professional Consortium Inc.
$662,455.00
2005-DD-BX-1009

Analysis of Case Management Issues Within State and Local Jurisdictions Funded Public Defender Systems
Urban Institute
$99,810.00
2005-ASP-TR-011

Assessing Police Use of Force Policy and Outcomes
Michigan State University
$376,255.00
2005-IJ-CX-0055

Assessing the Extent of Human Trafficking: A Community Outreach Approach
Vera Institute of Justice, Inc.
$336,177.00
2005-IJ-CX-0053

Assessing the Validity of Voice Stress Analysis Tools in a Jail Setting
Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
$232,200.00
2005-IJ-CX-0047

Assessment of Minority Youth Overrepresentation in the Alaska Juvenile Justice System
University of Alaska Anchorage
$143,926.00
2005-IJ-CX-0013

Bruising as a Forensic Marker of Physical Elder Abuse
University of California, Irvine - Regents of the University of California
$375,655.00
2005-IJ-CX-0048

Building and Analyzing a Comprehensive Open Source Data Base on Global Terrorist Events, 1968 to 2005
University of Maryland - College Park
$106,702.00
2005-IJ-CX-0002

The Causes and Consequences of Parole Violations in California: A Multilevel and Policy-Focused Analysis
University of California - Davis
$282,835.00
2005-IJ-CX-0026

Controlling Methamphetamine Precursors: From Policy To Practice
University of Arkansas
$314,840.00
2005-IJ-CX-0200

Crime during the Transition to Adulthood: How Youth Fare as they Leave Out-of-Home Care
University of Chicago
$259,782.00
2005-IJ-CX-0031

Detecting, Addressing and Preventing Elder Abuse in Residential Care Facilities
Texas A&M University
$208,354.00
2005-IJ-CX-0054

Developing and Validating a Brief Jail Mental Health Screen for Women
Policy Research Associates
$246,796.00
2005-IJ-CX-0004

Developing Data-Driven Supervision Protocols for Positive Parole Outcomes
Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles
$272,978.00
2005-IJ-CX-0029

Drugs & Crime Research & Evaluation
Abt Associates Inc.
$269,495.00
2005-IJ-CX-0024

Establishment of a Center for Excellence in Civil Justice
National Center for State Courts - Virginia
$500,000.00
2005-IJ-CX-0058

Evaluation of Active RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) Pilot Program
Rand Corporation
$150,000
2005–IJ–CX–K062

Evaluation of the Bureau of Justice Assistance's Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Demonstration Programs
University of Arizona
$457,200
2005–AC–BX–0011

Evaluation of First Offender Prostitution Program/SAGE
Abt Associates Inc.
$367,960.00
2005-DD-BX-0037

Evaluation of Mental Health Initiatives
Urban Institute
$596,453.00
2005-ASP-TR-014

Evaluation of Multi-Jurisdictional Task Forces, Phase II: Tool Development and Production
Abt Associates, Inc.
$474,435
2005–DD–BX–0002

Evaluation of the Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission,Solicitation for Crime and Justice Research,National Institute of Justice,Fiscal Year: 07/01/04-06/30/05
Harvard College, Presidents and Fellows of
$219,813.00
2005-IJ-CX-0005

Evaluation of Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention FY 2003 Discretionary Funds Projects
Abt Associates, Inc.
$367,960
2005–DD–BX–0037

Evaluation of Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention FY 2003 Discretionary Funds Projects
Development Services Group, Inc.
$428,837
2005–MU–MU–0003

Evaluation of the Rural Domestic Violence and Child Victimization Enforcement Grant Program Special Initiative: Faith-based and Community Organization Pilot Program
Advocates for Human Potential
$797,094.00
2005-IJ-CX-0050

Evaluation of the Tribal Victim Assistance Programs at the Lummi Nation and Passamaquoddy Tribe
American Indian Development Associates
$425,200
2005–VR–GX–0101

Event Dynamics and the Role of Third Parties in Youth Violence
Temple University Sponsored Projects Administration
$259,756.00
2005-IJ-CX-0036

Examining the Impact of Ohio's Progressive Sanction Grid
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
$103,525.00
2005-IJ-CX-0038

The Expansion of the Crimestat Spatial Statistics Program to Incorporate Spatial Regression, Space-Time Clustering, Bayesian Journey to Crime Modeling, Incident Detection Methodology and Sparse Matrix
Ned Levine & Associates
$337,790.00
2005-IJ-CX-K037

Explaining Developmental Crime Trajectories at Places
University of Maryland - College Park
$271,882.00
2005-IJ-CX-0006

Exploring the Impact of Institutional Placement on the Recidivism of Delinquent Youth
New York University
$20,000.00
2005-IJ-CX-0014

Geospatial Analysis of Terrorist Activities: The Identification of Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Preparatory Behavior of International and Environmental Terrorists
University of Arkansas
$314,840.00
2005-IJ-CX-0200

Helping Outreach Programs to Expand II: Faith-based and Community Organization Program Evaluation Study
Abt Associates, Inc.
$401,980.00
2005-ASP-TR-017

Identifying and Managing Juvenile Justice Delays
University of Chicago
$252,964.00
2005-IJ-CX-0041

Impact and Cost-Benefit Evaluation of the Oxford House Substance-Free Transitional Housing Model
Northwest Professional Consortium, Inc.
$662,455
2005–DD–BX–1009

The Impact of Law Enforcement Shift Practices and Extra-Duty Employment on Various Health, Safety, Performance, and Quality of Life Measures
Police Foundation
$998,870.00
2005-FS-BX-0057

The Impact of Race, Structure, Discrimination and Culture on Youth Violence: A Multilevel Longitudinal Investigation
Curators of The University of Missouri
$75,237.00
2005-IJ-CX-0035

Identification of Fraud, Abuse, and Error in America's Bankruptcy System
RAND Corporation
$300,000.00
2005-ASP-TR-013

Investigating Prisoner Reentry: The Impact of Conviction Status on the Employment Prospects of Young Men
Princeton University
$275,587.00
2005-IJ-CX-0019

Judicial Discretion and Sentencing Outcomes - Incorporating Data from the Courtroom
Wisconsin Department of Administration
$160,079.00
2005-IJ-CX-0003

Life Interrupted: Studying the Effects of Incarceration on Criminal Trajectories
Urban Institute
$35,000.00
2005-IJ-CX-0008

Modeling the Dynamics of Street Robberies to Inform Policy and Prevention
Institute for Law and Justice, Inc.
$141,163.00
2005-IJ-CX-0015

NIJ Solicitation for Crime and Justice Research FY05 Identity Theft: Assessing Offenders' Strategies and Perceptions of Risk
The University of Alabama At Birmingham
$118,167.00
2005-IJ-CX-0012

The Past, Present and Future of Juvenile Justice: Assessing the Policy Options
Urban Institute
$258,068.00
2005-IJ-CX-0039

Preventing Car Crime in METRO's Parking Facilities: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Urban Institute
$207,744.00
2005-IJ-CX-0034

Shifts, Extended Work Hours, and Fatigue: An Assessment of Health and Personal Risks for Police Officers
Research Foundation of the State University of New York - Amherst
$501,676.00
2005-FS-BX-0004

Situational Violent Crime Prevention at Specific Locations in Community Context: Place and Neighborhood Effects
University of Cincinnati
$187,167.00
2005-IJ-CX-0030

Strategies for Securing Subway and Rail Systems (RAND Proposal 2005-139)
Rand Corporation
$298,900.00
2005-IJ-CX-0059

Understanding and Improving Law Enforcement Responses to Human Trafficking
Northeastern University
$350,994.00
2005-IJ-CX-0045

Unresolved Problems and Powerful Potentials: Improving Partnerships Between Law Enforcement Leaders and University Based Researchers - Phase II
International Association of Chiefs of Police
$49,997.00
2005-IJ-CX-0060

Victims No Longer: Research on Child Survivors of Trafficking for Sexual and Labor Exploitation
Georgetown University
$175,496.00
2005-IJ-CX-0051

Violent Crime Trends in Appalachian Counties, 1977-1996
Curators of The University of Missouri
$35,000.00
2005-IJ-CX-0011

When Missing Data Are Not Missing: A New Approach to Evaluating SHR Imputation Strategies
University of New Mexico - Regents
$30,918.00
2005-IJ-CX-0007

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Forensics, General

Forensic Science Initiative
West Virginia University
$4,286,573
2003–RC–CX–K001

National Center for Forensic Science
University of Central Florida
$928,984
2005–MU–MU–K044

Scientific Working Group on Dog and Orthogonal Detectors
Florida International University
$97,019
2005–IJ–CX–K031

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Forensics, Research and Development

Adding Human Expertise to the Quantitative Analysis of Fingerprints
Indiana University
$431,255
2005–MU–BX–K076

Analysis of Level III Characteristics at High Resolutions
International Biometric Group, LLC
$461,495
2005–MU–MU–K063

Elemental Analysis of Glass and Paint Materials by Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry for Forensic Application
Florida International University
$30,002
2003–IJ–CX–K004

Elemental Analysis of Glass by Scanning Electron Microscopy-Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy, X-Ray Fluorescence, Electron Probe Micro Analysis, Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy, and Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry
Florida International University
$292,149
2005–IJ–CX–K069

Enhanced Forensic Mass Spectrometry Methods
West Virginia University
$169,091
2005–IJ–CX–K014

Evaluation of Ultraviolet Radiation Absorbing Compounds in Textile Fibers Using High-Performance Liquid Chromatography and Atmospheric Pressure Ionization Mass Spectrometry
Sacramento County
$31,151
2005–IJ–CX–K008

Friction Ridge Analysis Research
Ultra Scan Corporation
$126,601
2005–DD–BX–K056

Geometric Morphometric Tools for the Classification of Human Skulls
North Carolina State University
$199,635
2005–MU–BX–K078

Instrumental Analysis of Pigmented Ink Jet Printer Inks
Indiana University
$261,258
2005–IJ–CX–K064

Integrity and Authenticity Verification Algorithms for Digital Photographic Evidence
Polytechnic University
$303,820
2005–IJ–CX–K103

Internet Forensics Toolkit for Law Enforcement
University of California–San Diego
$99,999
2004–MU–MU–K002

Knife and Saw Tool Mark Analysis in Bone: Interpreting Criminal Mutilation and Dismemberment
Mercyhurst College
$201,853
2005–IJ–CX–K016

Measuring Atomic Bomb-Derived 14C Levels in Human Remains to Determine Year of Birth and/or Year of Death
University of Arizona
$147,391
2005–IJ–CX–K013

Quantitative Assessment of the Individuality of Friction Ridge Patterns
State University of New York
$596,478
2005–DD–BX–K012

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Forensics and Investigative Sciences

DNA Capacity Enhancement Program Formula Grants

Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences
$555,601
2005–DA–BX–K004
 
Alameda County Sheriff's Office
$93,201
2005–DA–BX–K031
 
Albuquerque, City of
$121,932
2005–DA–BX–K015
 
Allegheny County Forensic Lab Division of Coroner's Office
$101,627
2005–DA–BX–K110
 
Anne Arundel County
$45,980
2005–DA–BX–K005
 
Arizona Criminal Justice Commission
$387,065
2005–DA–BX–K006
 
Arizona Department of Public Safety
$265,728
2005–DA–BX–K007
 
Arkansas State Crime Laboratory
$306,072
2005–DA–BX–K103
 
Austin, City of
$112,809
2005–DA–BX–K016
 
Baltimore, City of
$171,743
2005–DA–BX–K017
 
Baltimore County
$89,212
2005–DA–BX–K008
 
Bexar County
$199,051
2005–DA–BX–K032
 
Broward County Sheriff's Office
$154,655
2005–DA–BX–K010
 
California Department of Justice
$751,737
2005–DA–BX–K011
 
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department
$52,539
2005–DA–BX–K018
 
Colorado Department of Public Safety
$482,392
2005–DA–BX–K027
 
Columbus, City of
$100,000
2005–DA–BX–K019
 
Connecticut Department of Public Safety
$181,600
2005–DA–BX–K043
 
Connecticut Department of Public Safety
$214,851
2005–DA–BX–K044
 
Contra Costa County
$94,807
2005–DA–BX–K030
 
Cuyahoga County Coroner's Office
$170,019
2005–DA–BX–K040
 
Dallas County
$372,193
2005–DA–BX–K042
 
Delaware Health and Social Services
$107,141
2005–DA–BX–K041
 
Denver, City and County of
$105,891
2005–DA–BX–K012
 
Detroit, City of
$335,414
2005–DA–BX–K020
 
District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department
$148,634
2005–DA–BX–K045
 
DuPage County Sheriff's Department
$43,166
2005–DA–BX–K046
 
Erie County
$130,479
2005–DA–BX–K033
 
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
$1,541,793
2005–DA–BX–K047
 
Fresno County Sheriff's Department
$70,000
2005–DA–BX–K048
 
Georgia Bureau of Investigation
$821,039
2005–DA–BX–K049
 
Hamilton County Administration
$149,981
2005–DA–BX–K050
 
Harris County
$219,322
2005–DA–BX–K051
 
Honolulu Police Department
$110,552
2005–DA–BX–K013
 
Houston, City of
$277,030
2005–DA–BX–K021
 
Idaho State Police
$111,280
2005–DA–BX–K052
 
Illinois State Police
$1,309,335
2005–DA–BX–K053
 
Indiana State Police
$585,725
2005–DA–BX–K054
 
Instituto de Ciencias Forenses de Puerto Rico
$279,234
2005–DA–BX–K055
 
Iowa Department of Public Safety
$183,400
2005–DA–BX–K088
 
Johnson County Board of Commissioners
$66,135
2005–DA–BX–K056
 
Kansas Bureau of Investigation
$210,000
2005–DA–BX–K057
 
Kansas City Police Department
$191,928
2005–DA–BX–K009
 
Kentucky State Police
$352,970
2005–DA–BX–K028
 
Kern County District Attorney
$71,352
2005–DA–BX–K034
 
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
$340,360
2005–DA–BX–K058
 
Los Angeles, City of
$687,975
2005–DA–BX–K022
 
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
$593,232
2005–DA–BX–K035
 
Louisiana State Police
$692,014
2005–DA–BX–K106
 
Maine Department of Public Safety
$105,152
2005–DA–BX–K060
 
Mansfield, City of
$135,000
2005–DA–BX–K023
 
Maryland State Police
$163,228
2005–DA–BX–K061
 
Massachusetts State Police
$515,000
2005–DA–BX–K062
 
Miami-Dade County
$325,815
2005–DA–BX–K063
 
Michigan State Police
$1,389,080
2005–DA–BX–K089
 
Mississippi Department of Public Safety
$382,242
2005–DA–BX–K107
 
Missouri Southern State University
$24,171
2005–DA–BX–K059
 
Missouri State Highway Patrol
$119,775
2005–DA–BX–K064
 
Montana Department of Justice
$78,034
2005–DA–BX–K105
 
Montgomery County Department of Police
$64,976
2005–DA–BX–K065
 
Montgomery County
$443,476
2005–DA–BX–K066
 
Nebraska State Patrol
$156,591
2005–DA–BX–K067
 
New Hampshire Department of Safety
$79,046
2005–DA–BX–K068
 
New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety
$492,225
2005–DA–BX–K079
 
New Mexico Department of Public Safety
$176,188
2005–DA–BX–K090
 
New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services
$1,207,226
2005–DA–BX–K069
 
North Carolina Department of Crime Control and Public Safety
$639,666
2005–DA–BX–K070
 
North Dakota Office of the Attorney General
$46,324
2005–DA–BX–K071
 
Northern Illinois Police Crime Laboratory
$48,058
2005–DA–BX–K072
 
Oakland Police Department
$83,904
2005–DA–BX–K024
 
Ohio Office of the Attorney General
$453,476
2005–DA–BX–K091
 
Oklahoma City
$87,332
2005–DA–BX–K025
 
Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
$397,788
2005–DA–BX–K074
 
Orange County Sheriff–Coroner Department
$164,395
2005–DA–BX–K036
 
Orange County Sheriff–Coroner Department
$226,674
2004–DN–BX–4069
 
Oregon State Police
$365,474
2005–DA–BX–K092
 
Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office
$152,103
2005–DA–BX–K075
 
Pennsylvania State Police
$711,386
2005–DA–BX–K076
 
Philadelphia Police Department
$382,594
2005–DA–BX–K104
 
Rhode Island Department of Health, Division of Laboratories
$150,539
2005–DA–BX–K077
 
Richland County
$97,445
2005–DA–BX–K078
 
Sacramento County District Attorney
$157,663
2005–DA–BX–K080
 
San Bernardino County
$189,093
2005–DA–BX–K037
 
San Diego, City of
$135,732
2005–DA–BX–K026
 
San Diego County
$130,049
2005–DA–BX–K081
 
San Francisco City and County Police Department
$89,371
2005–DA–BX–K014
 
San Mateo County Sheriff's Office
$40,017
2005–DA–BX–K082
 
Santa Clara County
$96,492
2005–DA–BX–K038
 
Sedgwick County
$54,075
2005–DA–BX–K083
 
South Carolina Law Enforcement Division
$511,584
2005–DA–BX–K084
 
South Dakota Office of the Attorney General
$103,517
2005–DA–BX–K073
 
Southeast Missouri State University
$18,399
2005–DA–BX–K108
 
St. Charles County
$17,317
2005–DA–BX–K085
 
St. Louis County
$53,033
2005–DA–BX–K086
 
St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department
$53,393
2005–DA–BX–K087
 
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
$445,803
2005–DA–BX–K093
 
Texas Department of Public Safety
$1,215,071
2005–DA–BX–K094
 
Utah Department of Public Safety
$269,985
2005–DA–BX–K111
 
Ventura County
$38,554
2005–DA–BX–K039
 
Vermont Department of Public Safety
$38,366
2005–DA–BX–K096
 
Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services
$621,250
2005–DA–BX–K029
 
Washington State Patrol
$866,226
2005–DA–BX–K097
 
West Virginia State Police
$102,026
2005–DA–BX–K098
 
Wisconsin Department of Justice
$391,905
2005–DA–BX–K109
 
Wyoming Office of the Attorney General
$42,629
2005–DA–BX–K099

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DNA, Missing Persons

Developing Improved Capacity for Texas Missing Persons Cases and Fort Worth Area Casework in Sexual Assault and Homicide
University of North Texas Health Science Center–Fort Worth
$283,868
2005–DA–BX–K095

Perform Anthropological, mtDNA, and STR Analysis of Unidentified Human Remains and Family Reference Samples for Entry
University of North Texas Health Science Center–Fort Worth
$1,484,782
2004–DN–BX–K212

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DNA, Research and Development

Continued Development of Capillary Electrophoresis Microdevice for Forensic DNA Analysis
National Institute of Standards and Technology
$800,707
2003-IJ-R-029

Determination of the Age (Time Since Deposition) of a Biological Stain
University of Central Florida
$124,753
2005–MU–BX–K071

Determination of the Physical Characteristics of an Individual From Biological Stains
University of Central Florida
$224,776
2005–MU–BX–K075

Development and Evaluation of a Whole Genome Amplification Method for Accurate Multiplex STR Genotyping of Compromised Forensic Casework Samples
Virginia Commonwealth University
$225,616
2005–DA–BX–K002

Development of Multiplex PCR and Linear Array Probe Assay Targeting Informative Polymorphisms Within the Entire Mitochondrial Genome
Children's Hospital
Oakland Research Institute
$469,123
2005–MU–BX–K074

Development of a Procedure for Dielectrophoretic Separation of Sperm and Epithelial Cells for Application to Sexual Assault Case Evidence
California Department of Justice
$205,407
2005–DA–BX–K001

DNA-Based Identification of Forensically Important Diptera
University of Cincinnati
$574,557
2005–DA–BX–K102

DNA Quantitation, STR Microvariant Allele Sequencing, STRBase Updates, and SNP and STR Multiplexing Project
National Institute of Standards and Technology
$1,212,127
2003-IJ-R-029

Electro-Elution Assisted Purification of DNA for Forensic Analysis
University of Virginia
$20,000
2005–DA–BX–K100

Enhancing the Size, Sampling, and Quality of Forensic mtDNA Databases
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
$1,891,390
2005-DN-R-08

Gene Polymorphism and Human Pigmentation
University of Arizona
$184,105
2002–IJ–CX–K010

Improving the Efficiency of DNA Casework Analysis Through Simple, Effective, PCR-Based Screening Methods
Vermont Department of Public Safety
$256,000
2005–DA–BX–K003

Mitochondrial DNA Mixture Separation and Analysis by Denaturing High-Performance Chromatography
University of Denver
$254,549
2003–IJ–CX–K104

Nanotechnology DNA Sequencing: Improving DNA Processing Technologies
Brown University
$542,654
2004–LT–BX–K001

SNP-Based Microarray Technology for Use in Forensic Applications
Affymetrix, Inc.
$638,098
2005–DA–BX–K101

Use of MiniSTRs as Tools for the Investigation of DNA Degradation and Inhibition
Florida International University
$171,394
2005–MU–BX–K073

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DNA, Solving Cold Cases

Alabama, State of
$136,947
2005–DN–BX–K005

Alameda County Sheriff's Office
$430,434
2005–DN–BX–K007

Albuquerque, City of
$75,014
2005–DN–BX–K014

Arizona Department of Public Safety
$799,583
2005–DN–BX–K018

Burlingame, City of
$11,365
2005–DN–BX–K038

Connecticut Division of Criminal Justice
$205,701
2005–DN–BX–K025

Fort Lauderdale, City of
$435,961
2005–DN–BX–K022

Fresno, City of
$1,224,751
2005–DN–BX–K006

Fulton County District Attorney's Office
$714,150
2005–DN–BX–K017

Hawaii, State of
$790,276
2005–DN–BX–K026

Hayward, City of
$419,017
2005–DN–BX–K033

Houston, City of
$179,364
2005–DN–BX–K035

Indiana State Police
$728,970
2005–DN–BX–K028

Joliet, City of
$455,301
2005–DN–BX–K008

Kansas Bureau of Investigation
$342,060
2005–DN–BX–K013

Los Angeles County
$882,399
2005–DN–BX–K019

Maine Department of Public Safety
$250,349
2005–DN–BX–K024

Maryland State Police
$600,624
2005–DN–BX–K037

Massachusetts State Police
$500,000
2005–DN–BX–K020

Montgomery County
$171,159
2005–DN–BX–K021

Muncie, City of
$60,500
2005–DN–BX–K036

Nebraska State Patrol
$226,098
2005–DN–BX–K010

North Little Rock, City of
$48,175
2005–DN–BX–K015

North Miami, City of
$525,815
2005–DN–BX–K012

North Miami Beach, City of
$106,743
2005–DN–BX–K023

Ohio Attorney General Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation
$661,878
2005–DN–BX–K002

Orange County Sheriff–Coroner Department
$352,480
2005–DN–BX–K016

Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office
$374,761
2005–DN–BX–K031

Pima County Sheriff's Department
$363,751
2005–DN–BX–K009

Sacramento, City of
$532,832
2005–DN–BX–K030

San Diego County
$472,554
2005–DN–BX–K034

Shreveport, City of
$263,200
2005–DN–BX–K029

South Dakota Office of the Attorney General
$233,559
2005–DN–BX–K032

Spartanburg, City of
$196,112
2005–DN–BX–K001

St. Louis County
$97,385
2005–DN–BX–K027

Ventura County
$188,264
2005–DN–BX–K003

Westchester County
$64,929
2005–DN–BX–K004

Wisconsin Department of Justice
$122,692
2005–DN–BX–K011

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Forensic Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program Formula Grants

Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences
$863,280
2005–DN–BX–K040

Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences
$482,225
2005–DN–BX–K053

Alameda County Sheriff's Office
$77,215
2005–DN–BX–K072

Allegheny County Coroner's Office
Forensic Lab Division
$67,775
2005–DN–BX–K054

Arizona Criminal Justice Commission
$329,164
2005–DN–BX–K055

Arizona Department of Public Safety
$229,164
2005–DN–BX–K056

Arkansas State Crime Laboratory
$265,655
2005–DN–BX–K057

Austin, City of
$99,992
2005–DN–BX–K118

Boston, City of
$115,104
2005–DN–BX–K063

Broward County Sheriff's Office
$134,163
2005–DN–BX–K059

California Department of Justice
$756,927
2005–DN–BX–K041

California Department of Justice
$622,144
2005–DN–BX–K060

Charlotte, City of
$40,000
2005–DN–BX–K064

Colorado Department of Public Safety
$161,953
2005–DN–BX–K119

Connecticut Department of Public Safety
$143,284
2005–DN–BX–K079

Contra Costa County
$52,620
2005–DN–BX–K071

Cuyahoga County Coroner's Office
$134,548
2005–DN–BX–K076

Dallas County
$288,660
2005–DN–BX–K121

Delaware Health and Social Services
$42,494
2005–DN–BX–K043

Delaware Health and Social Services
$58,821
2005–DN–BX–K077

Denver, City and County of
$53,356
2005–DN–BX–K061

Erie County
$30,727
2005–DN–BX–K120

Florida Department of Law Enforcement
$1,338,036
2005–DN–BX–K080

Fresno County Sheriff's Department
$40,000
2005–DN–BX–K081

Georgia Bureau of Investigation
$200,000
2005–DN–BX–K044

Harris County
$399,379
2005–DN–BX–K122

Illinois State Police
$80,094
2005–DN–BX–K045

Illinois State Police
$1,175,886
2005–DN–BX–K123

Indiana State Police
$508,371
2005–DN–BX–K082

Kansas Bureau of Investigation
$227,213
2005–DN–BX–K046

Kansas Bureau of Investigation
$111,580
2005–DN–BX–K083

Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners
$190,445
2005–DN–BX–K058

Kentucky State Police
$53,313
2005–DN–BX–K042

Kentucky State Police
$306,134
2005–DN–BX–K069

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
$118,800
2005–DN–BX–K052

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
$263,185
2005–DN–BX–K084

Los Angeles, City of
$126,800
2005–DN–BX–K065

Los Angeles County
$242,321
2005–DN–BX–K073

Louisiana State Police
$600,623
2005–DN–BX–K085

Maine Department of Public Safety
$91,188
2005–DN–BX–K086

Massachusetts State Police
$287,425
2005–DN–BX–K087

Miami-Dade County
$282,756
2005–DN–BX–K088

Michigan State Police
$1,496,748
2005–DN–BX–K106

Mississippi Department of Public Safety
$331,761
2005–DN–BX–K089

Missouri State Highway Patrol
$266,998
2005–DN–BX–K039

Missouri State Highway Patrol
$118,846
2005–DN–BX–K090

Montana Department of Justice
$68,079
2005–DN–BX–K078

Montgomery County
$223,548
2005–DN–BX–K091

Nebraska State Patrol
$135,911
2005–DN–BX–K092

New Hampshire Department of Safety
$61,576
2005–DN–BX–K093

New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety
$1,375,407
2005–DN–BX–K051

New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety
$314,715
2005–DN–BX–K094

New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services
$237,000
2005–DN–BX–K047

New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services
$369,240
2005–DN–BX–K124

North Carolina Department of Crime Control and Public Safety
$426,593
2005–DN–BX–K095

North Dakota, State of
$40,206
2005–DN–BX–K096

Northern Illinois Police Crime Laboratory
$69,602
2005–DN–BX–K097

Oakland, City of
$69,524
2005–DN–BX–K066

Ohio Office of the Attorney General
$739,534
2005–DN–BX–K107

Orange County Sheriff–Coroner Department
$173,440
2004–DN–BX–4141

Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office
$118,830
2005–DN–BX–K099

Pennsylvania State Police
$136,308
2005–DN–BX–K100

Philadelphia Police Department
$277,116
2005–DN–BX–K067

Rhode Island Department of Health
$130,732
2005–DN–BX–K101

San Diego, City of
$112,236
2005–DN–BX–K068

San Diego County
$115,100
2005–DN–BX–K125

San Francisco City and County Police Department
$73,529
2005–DN–BX–K062

San Mateo County Sheriff's Office
$33,212
2005–DN–BX–K102

Santa Clara County
$79,937
2005–DN–BX–K074

South Carolina Law Enforcement Division
$528,597
2005–DN–BX–K103

South Dakota Office of the Attorney General
$89,840
2005–DN–BX–K098

St. Louis County
$52,621
2005–DN–BX–K104

St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department
$52,973
2005–DN–BX–K113

Tarrant County
$168,700
2005–DN–BX–K126

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
$470,033
2005–DN–BX–K108

Texas, State of
$419,391
2005–DN–BX–K048

University of North Texas Health Science Center–Fort Worth
$561,747
2005–DN–BX–K127

Ventura County
$32,000
2005–DN–BX–K075

Vermont Department of Public Safety
$39,566
2005–DN–BX–K049

Vermont Department of Public Safety
$33,299
2005–DN–BX–K109

Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services
$539,204
2005–DN–BX–K070

Washington State Patrol
$223,866
2005–DN–BX–K110

Washoe County Sheriff's Department
$66,227
2005–DN–BX–K050

West Virginia Division of Public Safety
$88,552
2005–DN–BX–K111

Wisconsin Department of Justice
$314,135
2005–DN–BX–K128

Wyoming Office of the Attorney General
$28,429
2005–DN–BX–K112

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Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grants

Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs
$146,930
2005–DN–BX–0115

Alaska Department of Public Safety
$82,639
2005–DN–BX–0001

Anchorage, Municipality of
$95,000
2005–DN–BX–0002

Arizona Criminal Justice Commission
$281,293
2005–DN–BX–0004

Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration
$89,278
2005–DN–BX–0003

Avondale, City of
$84,116
2005–DN–BX–0121

California Governor's Office of Emergency Services
$1,164,088
2005–DN–BX–0110

Carbondale, City of
$65,403
2005–DN–BX–0007

Chandler Police Department
$22,306
2005–DN–BX–0112

Colorado Division of Criminal Justice
$149,240
2005–DN–BX–0101

Columbia, City of
$92,501
2005–DN–BX–0072

Columbus, City of
$89,985
2005–DN–BX–0075

Connecticut, State of
$113,634
2005–DN–BX–0062

Dallas, City of
$95,000
2005–DN–BX–0128

Dallas County
$95,000
2005–DN–BX–0016

Delaware Criminal Justice Council
$82,639
2005–DN–BX–0093

Denver, City and County of
$57,305
2005–DN–BX–0079

District of Columbia Justice Grants Administration
$82,639
2005–DN–BX–0081

Douglas County
$91,810
2005–DN–BX–0013

Douglas County Government
$94,988
2005–DN–BX–0092

Eau Claire, City of
$18,000
2005–DN–BX–0026

Florida Department of Law Enforcement
$564,253
2005–DN–BX–0073

Fort Worth, City of
$95,000
2005–DN–BX–0088

Fulton County Medical Examiner
$80,233
2004–DN–BX–4184

Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
$286,369
2005–DN–BX–0127

Grand Rapids, City of
$45,420
2005–DN–BX–0096

Hamilton County Administration
$79,175
2004–DN–BX–4210

Harris County
$95,000
2005–DN–BX–0017

Idaho State Police
$82,639
2005–DN–BX–0048

Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
$412,349
2005–DN–BX–0080

Indiana Criminal Justice Institute
$202,307
2005–DN–BX–0094

Indianapolis–Marion County Forensic Services Agency
$36,410
2005–DN–BX–0077

Instituto de Ciencias Forenses de Puerto Rico
$178,802
2005–DN–BX–0104

Iowa Governor's Office of Drug Control Policy
$95,823
2005–DN–BX–0006

Kansas City Police Department
$94,624
2005–DN–BX–0078

Kansas Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
$88,722
2005–DN–BX–0113

Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet
$134,467
2005–DN–BX–0076

King County Sheriff's Office
$30,516
2005–DN–BX–0116

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
$95,000
2005–DN–BX–0068

Long Beach, City of
$95,000
2005–DN–BX–0005

Long Branch, City of
$69,650
2005–DN–BX–0107

Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice
$146,463
2005–DN–BX–0051

Maryland Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention
$180,268
2005–DN–BX–0091

Massachusetts State Police
$208,110
2005–DN–BX–0069

Miami Police Department
$95,000
2005–DN–BX–0123

Michigan Office of Drug Control Policy
$327,989
2005–DN–BX–0085

Michigan Office of Drug Control Policy
$230,328
2004–DN–BX–4155

Minneapolis, City of
$55,918
2005–DN–BX–0084

Minnesota Department of Public Safety
$165,442
2005–DN–BX–0070

Mississippi Division of Public Safety Planning
$189,154
2005–DN–BX–0009

Missouri Department of Public Safety
$186,643
2005–DN–BX–0008

Monroe County
$65,495
2005–DN–BX–0014

Montana Board of Crime Control
$82,639
2005–DN–BX–0010

Nebraska State Patrol
$82,639
2005–DN–BX–0097

Nevada Department of Public Safety
$82,639
2005–DN–BX–0054

New Hampshire Department of Justice
$140,051
2005–DN–BX–0083

New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety
$282,136
2005–DN–BX–0114

New Mexico Department of Public Safety
$82,639
2005–DN–BX–0100

New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services
$623,604
2005–DN–BX–0089

North Carolina Department of Crime Control and Public Safety
$277,023
2005–DN–BX–0011

North Dakota Office of the Attorney General
$82,639
2005–DN–BX–0012

Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services
$371,657
2005–DN–BX–0058

Oklahoma District Attorney's Council
$114,282
2005–DN–BX–0105

Onondaga County Health Department
$50,720
2005–DN–BX–0124

Orange County Sheriff–Coroner Department
$80,233
2004–DN–BX–4178

Oregon State Police
$116,585
2005–DN–BX–0098

Oxford Police Department
$38,250
2005–DN–BX–0129

Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency
$402,381
2005–DN–BX–0126

Rhode Island Justice Commission
$82,639
2005–DN–BX–0066

Riverside, City of
$95,000
2005–DN–BX–0119

Rogers, City of
$28,191
2005–DN–BX–0120

San Diego County
$79,537
2005–DN–BX–0130

San Francisco, City and County of
$74,300
2005–DN–BX–0099

Santa Ana, City of
$48,188
2005–DN–BX–0111

Sedgwick County
$58,250
2005–DN–BX–0109

South Carolina Department of Public Safety
$136,158
2005–DN–BX–0122

South Dakota Office of the Attorney General
$121,725
2005–DN–BX–0086

St. Joseph County Prosecutor's Office
$87,850
2005–DN–BX–0061

St. Louis, City of
$95,000
2005–DN–BX–0108

St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office
$85,500
2005–DN–BX–0131

Summit County
$56,600
2005–DN–BX–0082

Tennessee, State of
$191,389
2005–DN–BX–0015

Texas Office of the Governor
$729,432
2005–DN–BX–0103

Utah County
$94,307
2005–DN–BX–0090

Utah Department of Public Safety
$82,824
2005–DN–BX–0064

Ventura County
$95,000
2005–DN–BX–0074

Vermont Department of Public Safety
$82,639
2005–DN–BX–0065

Virginia Department of Health
$241,949
2005–DN–BX–0067

Waco, City of
$72,486
2005–DN–BX–0117

Washington State
$201,211
2005–DN–BX–0018

Westminster, City of
$76,134
2005–DN–BX–0071

West Virginia Division of Criminal Justice Services
$82,639
2005–DN–BX–0087

Whitley County Coroner's Office
$60,068
2005–DN–BX–0095

Winnebago County
$40,967
2005–DN–BX–0118

Wisconsin Department of Justice
$178,678
2005–DN–BX–0019

Wyoming Office of the Attorney General
$82,639
2005–DN–BX–0020

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Less-Lethal Incapacitation

Analysis of Human Injuries and Taser Deployment: Effect of Less-Lethal Weapons in the De-escalation of Force
Florida Gulf Coast University
$99,856
2005–IJ–CX–K050
 
Analysis of Less-Lethal Technologies: Taser Versus Stinger
Florida Gulf Coast University
$36,103
2005–IJ–CX–K049
 
Collection and Dissemination of Applicable Databases to the Law Enforcement Community: Phases II and III
Pennsylvania State University
$250,000
2004–IJ–CX–K039
 
Effect of Taser on Cardiac, Respiratory, and Metabolic Physiology in Human Subjects
University of California–San Diego
$231,754
2005–IJ–CX–K051
 
Evaluation of Standard Development for Kinetic Energy Impact Munitions
Wayne State University
$149,493
2002–MU–CX–K006
 
Human Electromuscular Incapacitation Devices in Trainees
New Jersey Medical School–Medicine and Dentistry
$375,000
2005–IJ–CX–K065
 
Interdisciplinary Working Group for Review of Kinetic Energy Impact Injuries
Wayne State University
$190,246
2005–MU–MU–K001
 
Less-Lethal Weapon Technology Review and Operational Needs
Pennsylvania State University
$300,000
2004–IJ–CX–K040
 
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Policing

Assessing Police Use of Force Policy and Outcomes
Michigan State University
$376,255
2005–IJ–CX–0055
 
Cost-Effective and High-Performance Submicron Ceramic Armor
Materials Modification, Inc.
$252,924
2005–MU–MU–K054
 
Determining an Optimal Police Search Area for a Serial Criminal
Towson University
$24,995
2005–IJ–CX–K036
 
Enhancing Local and State Law Enforcement's Understanding and Use of Emerging Technology
International Association of Chiefs of Police
$274,875
2005–DE–BX–K001
 
Evaluation of Police Use of Force Outcomes
University of South Carolina Research Foundation
$647,387
2005–IJ–CX–0056
 
Impact of Law Enforcement Shift Practices and Extra-Duty Employment on Various Health, Safety, Performance, and Quality-of-Life Measures
Police Foundation
$998,870
2005–FS–BX–0057
 
Shifts, Extended Work Hours, and Fatigue: Assessment of Health and Personal Risks for Police Officers
State University of New York
$501,676
2005–FS–BX–0004
 
Technology Improvement Project for the Middle Rio Grande Region of Texas, Phase II
Middle Rio Grande Development Council
$1,973,000
2004–LT–BX–K003

Unresolved Problems and Powerful Potentials: Improving Partnerships Between Law Enforcement Leaders and University-Based Researchers, Phase II
International Association of Chiefs of Police
$49,997
2005–IJ–CX–0060

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Schools

Communications Technology, Technical Support, Outreach, and School Safety
Sheriffs Association of Texas
$1,025,000
2005–MU–MU–K033

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Sensors and Surveillance

Apparatus for Enhanced Deception Detection
Authenti-Corporation
$437,592
2005–IJ–CX–K066
 
Center for Advanced Biometric Research and Evaluation
University of Notre Dame du Lac
$246,661
2005–DD–CX–K078
 
Efficient, Field-Optimized, Multimodal Biometric System
International Biometric Group, LLC
$431,556
2005–IJ–CX–K059
 
Facenorm: Normalization Plug-In for Improved Face Recognition of Noncooperative Individuals
Carnegie Mellon University
$496,737
2005–IJ–CX–K057
 
Fast Capture Fingerprint and Palm Print Technology
Smiths Detection, Inc.
$1,800,597
2005–IJ–CX–K067
 
Fast Fingerprint Capture Technology to Capture Up to 10 Roll-Equivalent Fingerprints Within 15 Seconds
TBS North America, Inc.
$1,448,788
2005–IJ–CX–K071

Handshot ID: A Fast 3-D Imaging System for Capturing Fingerprints, Palm Prints, and Hand Geometry
Carnegie Mellon University
$773,341
2005–IJ–CX–K046
 
High-Quality 3-D Facial Images From Surveillance Video
General Electric
$499,962
2005–IJ–CX–K060
 
License Plate Reader Evaluation Project
G2Tactics
$100,000
2004–IJ–CX–K016
 
Sensor, Surveillance, and Biometrics Technologies for Criminal Justice
BRTRC, Inc.
$93,235
2005–IJ–CX–K058
 
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Technology

Backscatter and High-Energy Transmission X-Ray Technology
South Carolina Research Authority
$3,946,573
2002–MU–MU–K011

Northeast Technology and Product Assessment Committee
Massachusetts Department of Correction
$50,000
2004–LT–BX–K086

Solid-State Radio Frequency Directed Energy (RFDE LL) Table-Top Demonstrator and Oscillator Devices Integration With Solid-State RFDE Arrays
Raytheon Company
$249,995
2004–IJ–CX–K035
 
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Pursuit Management Technology

Engine Stopping Using Intelligent Waveform Modulation
Fiore Industries, Inc.
$340,505
2005–DE–BX–K029

Road Sentry Optimization for Deployment
Boyer & Associates
$100,000
2005–IJ–CX–K025

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Technology, National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Centers

National Corrections and Law Enforcement Training and Technology Center
West Virginia High-Technology Consortium Foundation
$986,643
2005–DD–BX–K187
 
National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center
Aspen Systems Corporation
$2,884,930
2005–MU–CX–K077
 
National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center–
Rocky Mountain Region
University of Denver–Colorado Seminary
$2,709,930
2005–IJ–CX–K001
 
National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center–
Southeast Region
South Carolina Research Authority
$2,859,930
2002–MU–MU–K011
 
National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center–
Western Region
Aerospace Corporation
$2,884,930
2005–IJ–CX–K030
 
Office of Law Enforcement Technology Commercialization
West Virginia High-Technology Consortium Foundation
$2,712,601
2005–IJ–CX–K003
 
Rural Law Enforcement Technology Center
Eastern Kentucky University
$2,859,930
2001–MU–MU–K009

Rural Law Enforcement Technology Center
Hazard, City of
$1,236,847
2005–DD–BX–0101

Southwest Public Safety Technology Center
University of Houston
$2,959,929
2003–IJ–CX–K011
 
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Terrorism and Critical Incidents

Building and Analyzing a Comprehensive Open Source Database on Global Terrorist Events, 1968–2005
University of Maryland
$106,702
2005–IJ–CX–0002
 
Geospatial Analysis of Terrorist Activities: Patterns of Preparatory Behavior of International and Environmental Terrorists
University of Arkansas
$314,840
2005–IJ–CX–0200
 
Kentucky Community Critical Infrastructure Protection Laboratory
Eastern Kentucky University
$10,900,000
2004–IJ–CX–K055
 
National Bomb Squad Commanders Advisory Board
National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center–
Rocky Mountain Center Operations
University of Denver–Colorado Seminary
$24,752
2005–IJ–CX–K107
 
Precision Indoor/Outdoor Personnel Location System, III
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
$1,973,286
2003–IJ–CX–K025

Strategies for Securing Subway and Rail Systems
RAND Corporation
$298,900
2005–IJ–CX–0059
 
Technologies for Public Safety in Critical Incident Response: NIJ National Conference and Exposition
Center for Technology Commercialization
$550,000
2001–LT–BX–K011
 
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Victimization and Victim Services

Assessing the Extent of Human Trafficking: A Community Outreach Approach
Vera Institute of Justice
$336,177
2005–IJ–CX–0053
 
Understanding and Improving Law Enforcement Responses to Human Trafficking
Northeastern University
$350,994
2005–IJ–CX–0045
 
Victims No Longer: Research on Child Survivors of Trafficking for Sexual and Labor Exploitation
Georgetown University
$175,496
2005–IJ–CX–0051
 
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Violence

Evaluation of the Chicago Project for Violence Prevention
Northwestern University
$999,662
2005–MU–MU–0033

Evaluation of the Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission
Harvard College
$219,813
2005–IJ–CX–0005

Violent Crime Trends in Appalachian Counties, 1977–1996
University of Missouri–St. Louis
$35,000
2005–IJ–CX–0011

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Firearms

Child Safe Personalized Weapons: Smart Gun Project
New Jersey Institute of Technology
$986,643
2004–IJ–CX–0096
 
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Sexual Assault

Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in New York City: Population Assessment and Project Evaluation
City of New York
$500,000
2005–LX–FX–0001

Drug-Facilitated, Incapacitated, and Forcible Rape: A National Study of Prevalence and Case Characteristics Among College Students and Other Young Women
Medical University of South Carolina
$447,796
2005–WG–BX–0006

Evaluation of Gender Violence and Harassment Prevention Programs in Middle Schools
Caliber Associates, Inc.
$425,210
2005–WT–BX–0002
 
Systems Change Analysis of SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) Programs
Michigan State University
$389,925
2005–WG–BX–0003

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Violence Against Women and Family Violence

Bruising as a Forensic Marker of Physical Elder Abuse
University of California–Irvine
$375,655
2005–IJ–CX–0048
 
Consequences of Childhood Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence
University of Chicago
$20,000
2005–WG–BX–0001

Detecting, Addressing, and Preventing Elder Abuse in Residential Care Facilities
Texas A&M Research Foundation
$208,354
2005–IJ–CX–0054
 
Elder Abuse: How Protective Behaviors and Risk Factors Affect the Course of Abuse Over Time
Police Foundation
$438,054
2005–WG–BX–0012
 
Evaluation of California's Batterer Intervention Systems
Judicial Council of California
$250,902
2005–WG–BX–0004
 
Evaluation (Year Six) of a Multisite Demonstration of Collaborations to Address Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment
Caliber Associates, Inc.
$300,000
2000–MU–MU–0014

Evaluation of the Rural Domestic Violence and Child Victimization Enforcement Grant Program Special Initiative: Faith-Based and Community Organization Pilot Program
Advocates for Human Potential
$797,094
2005–IJ–CX–0050

Florida Elder Abuse Survey
University of South Florida
$235,585
2005–MU–MU–0052
 
In and Out of Harm's Way: Intimate Partner Violence Among Women Over the Life Course
University of Minnesota
$20,000
2005–WG–BX–0002
 
Intimate Partner Violence: Effectiveness of Councils in Producing Systems Change
University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign
$356,830
2005–WG–BX–0005
 
Investigative Strategies for the Successful Prosecution of Intimate Partner Violence
University of Alaska
$180,042
2005–WG–BX–0011
 
Justice System Responses to Intimate Partner Violence in Asian Communities
University of Michigan
$570,448
2005–WG–BX–0009
 
Protective Order Violation Consequences, Responses, and Costs: A Rural and Urban Multiple Perspective Study
University of Kentucky
$650,033
2005–WG–BX–0008
 
Stalking Victim's Journey: Offender Patterns, Victim Help-Seeking, and the Criminal Justice Response
Safe Horizon
$277,807
2005–WG–BX–0007

Use of Polygraphs to Combat Violence Against Women
BOTEC Analysis Corporation
$324,877
2005–WG–BX–0010
 
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Youth

AMBERVIEW: Digitally Recording and Storing 3-D Facial Images and Fingerprints of School-Age Children
West Virginia High-Technology Consortium Foundation
$986,643
2004–LT–BX–K002
 
Assessment of Minority Youth Overrepresentation in the Alaska Juvenile Justice System
University of Alaska
$143,926
2005–IJ–CX–0013
 
Crime During the Transition to Adulthood: How Youth Fare as They Leave Out-Of-Home Care
University of Chicago
$259,782
2005–IJ–CX–0031

Evaluation of Utah's Youth and Families With Promise Program
Justice Research and Statistics Association, Inc.
$994,613
2005–IJ–CX–0046

Event Dynamics and the Role of Third Parties in Youth Violence
Temple University
$259,756
2005–IJ–CX–0036
 
Identifying and Managing Juvenile Justice Delays
University of Chicago
$252,964
2005–IJ–CX–0041
 
Impact of Institutional Placement on the Recidivism of Delinquent Youth
New York University
$20,000
2005–IJ–CX–0014

Past, Present, and Future of Juvenile Justice: Assessing Policy Options
Urban Institute
$258,068
2005–IJ–CX–0039
 
W.E.B. Dubois Fellowship: The Impact of Race, Structure, Discrimination, and Culture on Youth Violence: A Multilevel Longitudinal Investigation
University of Missouri–St. Louis
$75,237
2005–IJ–CX–0035


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Date Created: November 30, 2007