Grantees Will Research State Police Integrity, Strategy, Gang Efforts
- National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
Research & Evaluation in Crime Control & Prevention
Funding: Multiple awards
Deadline: March 17.
Purpose: Grantees will examine topics relevant to state, local and tribal criminal and juvenile justice policy and practice.
Specific focus areas include: research on police investigations; research on police integrity; the impact of technology
on policing; research on policing strategies for smaller police agencies; and research on desistance from gangs and
Insider's tip: Applications addressing other areas of research related to crime control and prevention policy and
practice also may be considered. However, applicants are strongly encouraged to consider NIJ's stated priority areas as
they are outlined in this solicitation.
Info: Brett Chapman (questions on police integrity, impact of technology on policing, and policing strategies for
smaller police agencies research), 202/514-2187; e-mail, Brett.Chapman@usdoj.gov; Katharine Browning (questions
on police investigations research), 202/616-4786; e-mail, Katharine.Browning@usdoj.gov; Louis Tuthill (questions on
gangs research) 202/307-1015; Louis.Tuthill@usdoj.gov;
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