U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs

2014 Partnership Resource Network

Each year, the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) receives thousands of grant applications in response to solicitations seeking promising programs, services, and technologies to address crime and justice challenges across the country. Applications undergo a rigorous review process and while many are rated promising, not all can be funded. Through the Partnership Resource Network, OJP is highlighting highly rated, unfunded applications, with the applicants’ permission, from the FY14 funding season. Our goal is to raise awareness about these potential projects and to facilitate partnerships between the projects’ sponsors and foundations and other community development organizations to improve coordination and collaboration, and to reduce duplication of federal and external funding.

Learn more about OJP grants and awards.

Past Years:  2013 | 2012

Applicant Applicant Type Application Number Project Name Project Focus Project Location For Further Information
University of New Hampshire Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-50266-NH-MC Tracking the Law Enforcement Response to Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: The Second National Juveniles Exploited by Prostitution (NJEP-2) Study Law Enforcement
Investigations
Juveniles
Child Protection/
Health
NH Cheryl Moore
Senior Grant and Contract Administrator
51 College Road Service Building
2nd Floor
Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-1992
cheryl.moore@
unh.edu
Wichita Children’s Home, Inc. NonProfit 2014-50207-KS-JU Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Domestic Minor Sexual Trafficking Mentoring Project Juveniles
Child Protection/Health
Violence and Victimization
Crime Victimization
KS James Garrett
CSE Grant Writer
810 N. Holyoke
Wichita, KS 67208
(316) 680-7141
jimgarrett114@
gmail.com
Young Women›s Christian Association of Silicon Valley,
Rape Crisis Department
NonProfit 2014-50252-CA-JU Dauntless Mentoring Program: Empowering Child Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation Juveniles
Child Protection/Health
Violence and Victimization
Crime Victimization
CA Sue Barnes
Director, Rape Crisis Department
375 South Third Street
San Jose, CA 95112
(408) 295-4011
sbarnes@ywca-sv.org
Virginia Community Action Re-Entry System, Inc. NonProfit 2014-50723-VA-IG VA CARES’s "Looking Forward" Corrections and Reentry
Community Corrections
VA Shrell Bolden
SCA Program Coordinator
108 Henry Street, NW
Roanoke, VA 24016
(540) 342-9344
sbolden@vacares
.org
George Gervin Youth Center Inc. NonProfit 2014-50726-TX-IG George Gervin Father Care Re-entry Mentoring Project Corrections and Reentry
Community Corrections
TX Barbara Hawkins
President/CEO
6903 Sunbelt Drive South
San Antonio, TX 78218
(210) 804-1786
bdhawkins@gervin
-school.org
The Fortune Society, Inc., Family Services NonProfit 2014-50734-NY-IG The Fortune Society’s Second Chance Act Mentoring Young Fathers Program Corrections and Reentry
Community Corrections
NY JoAnne Page
President and CEO
29-76 Northern Boulevard
Long Island City, NY 11101
(347) 510-3601
jpage@fortune
society.org
Family Services of Westchester, Inc., Yonkers Family Center NonProfit 2014-50744-NY-IG A Reentry Mentoring Project in Westchester County, NY Corrections and Reentry
Community Corrections
NY Donna Weissman
Assistant Director of Development
One Gateway Plaza
55 S. Main Street
Port Chester, NY 10573
(914) 305-6840
dweissman@fsw.org
Urban League of Rochester, NY, Inc. NonProfit 2014-50750-NY-IG Rochester Re-entry Re-connection for Young Fathers Corrections and Reentry
Community Corrections
NY Shelia James
VP of Program Planning and Evaluation
265 North Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY 14605
(585) 325-6530 x XT3020
sjames@ulr.org
Fund for the City of New York/Center for Court Innovation NonProfit 2014-50754-NY-IG Harlem Fatherhood Leadership Project Corrections and Reentry
Community Corrections
NY Jillian Shagan
Director, Planning and Development
121 6th Avenue
6th Floor
New York, NY 10013
(646) 386-4452
jshagan@nycourts.
gov
PB&J Family Services, Inc. NonProfit 2014-50766-NM-IG New Mexico’s Young Fatherhood Program Corrections and Reentry
Community Corrections
NM Susannah Burke
Executive Director
1101 Lopez Road SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
(505) 877-7060
susannahb@pbj
familyservices.org
Lutheran Social Services of Illinois, Behavioral Health Services NonProfit 2014-50792-IL-IG A Reentry Mentoring Project for Young Fathers Returning to Chicago’s Southside Neighborhoods Corrections and Reentry
Community Corrections
IL Francesco Aimone
Development Associate
1001 E. Touhy Avenue
Suite 170
Des Plaines, IL 60018
(847) 390-1455
francesco.aimone@
lssi.org
Restore NYC, Inc. NonProfit 2014-40156-NY-VT Transitional Housing Safehouse Crime and Crime Prevention
Human Trafficking
Victims and Victimization
Crime Victimization
NY Jimmy Lee
Executive Director
20 West 46th Street
2B
New York, NY 10036
(917) 587-4999
jimmy@restore
nyc.org
YMCA of Greater Houston NonProfit 2014-40211-TX-VT YMCA Trafficked Persons Assistance Program (TPAP) Crime and Crime Prevention
Human Trafficking
Victims and Victimization
Crime Victimization
TX Lisa Guitguit
Associate Executive Director
2600 North Loop West
3rd Floor
Houston, TX 77092
(713) 339-9015
lisag@ymcahouston
.org
Not for Sale Fund, Not for Sale San Francisco NonProfit 2014-40212-CA-VT Bay Area Project Crime and Crime Prevention
Human Trafficking
Victims and Victimization
Crime Victimization
CA Caitlin Ross
Regional Program Director
2225 3rd Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 706-9659
caitlin@notforsale
campaign.org
FAIR Fund Inc. NonProfit 2014-40271-DC-VT The Vida Center: A FAIR Integrated Housing Model of Intervention for Young for Survivors of Human Trafficking Crime and Crime Prevention
Human Trafficking
Victims and Victimization
Crime Victimization
DC Sarah Wampol-Hutchison
Director of Operations
2100 M Street, NW
Suite 170-254
Washington, DC 20037
(202) 265-1505
wampol@fairgirls.org
The Salvation Army in Greater Cincinnati NonProfit 2014-40282-NY-VT Southwestern Ohio Anti-Human Trafficking Services Crime and Crime Prevention
Human Trafficking
Victims and Victimization
Crime Victimization
OH Erin Meyer
Anti-Human Trafficking Coordinator
114 East Central Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 762-5658
erin.meyer@use.
salvationarmy.org
State of Nevada Division of Child and Family Services
State 2014-40155-NV-XV Nevada Victim Information Notification Everyday (VINE) Enhancement Victims and Victimization
Rights and Services
NV Dorothy Edwards
Social Services Chief II
4126 Technology Way
3rd Floor
Carson City, NV 89706
(775) 684-7956
Dorothy.Edwards@
dcfs.nv.gov
Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services State 2014-40205-VA-XV Virginia Vine Technology Enhancement Victims and Victimization
Rights and Services
VA Janice Waddy
Manger
1100 Bank Street
12th Floor
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 786-4011
janice.waddy@
dcjs.virginia.gov
Tennessee Department of Finance and Administration, Finance and Administration State 2014-40214-TN-XV Tennessee Comprehensive Statewide Automated Victim Notification for Incarcerated Individuals Project Victims and Victimization
Rights and Services
TN Jennifer Brinkman
Assistant Director, Criminal Justice
Office of Criminal Justice Programs
312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue
Nashville, TN 37243
(615) 253-2037
jennifer.brinkman
@tn.gov
National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) NonProfit 2014-40143-DC-XV WomensLaw Email Hotline Expansion and Outreach Project Victims and Victimization
Rights and Services
DC Emily Dahl
Grants & Development Specialist
1400 16th Street NW
Suite 330
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 543-5566
development@
nnedv.org
Just Detention International NonProfit 2014-40190-CA-XV Assistance for Inmate Survivors of Trauma (ASSIST) Victims and Victimization
Rights and Services
CA Linda McFarlane
Deputy Executive Director
3325 Wilshire Boulevard
Suite 340
Los Angeles, CA 90010
(213) 384-1400 x 107
lmcfarlane@just
detention.org
Victim Rights Law Center NonProfit 2014-40235-MA-XV On Your Side: Using Technology to Connect Victims to Legal Representation Victims and Victimization
Rights and Services
MA Stacy Malone
Executive Director
115 Broad Street
3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02110
(617) 399-6720
smalone@victim
rights.org
Communication Service for the Deaf, Inc., Business Development NonProfit 2014-40292-TX-XV 24/7 Expansion and Technological Improvement of National Deaf Domestic Violence Support Hotline Victims and Victimization
Rights and Services
TX Amanda Barber
Proposal Content Manager
200 W Cesar Chavez Street
Suite 650
Austin, TX 78701
(512) 774-6274
abarber@c-s-d.org
City of Long Beach, California, Development Services Town 2014-H2066-CA-BJ Safe Long Beach - Central and North Crime and Crime Prevention
Community Crime Prevention Strategies
Violent Crime
CA Tracy Colunga
Violence Prevention Coordinator
333 W. Ocean Boulevard
Long Beach, CA 90802
(562) 570-4413
tracy.colunga@
longbeach.gov
Office of the Mayor City of Omaha, Nebraska Town 2014-H2210-NE-BJ City of Omaha, Nebraska Project Honor, Opportunity, Pride, and Employment (HOPE) Crime and Crime Prevention
Community Crime Prevention Strategies
Violent Crime
NE Gail Braun
Grant Administrator
1819 Farnam Street
Suite 300
Omaha, NE 68183
(402) 444-5286
gbraun@ci.omaha
.ne.us
Baltimore County Police Department County 2014-H0074-MD-IP BCoPD FY2014 Intellectual Property Enforcement Program Crime and Crime Prevention
Intellectual Property Crime
MD Brian Rowland
Grants Management Supervisor
400 Washington Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21204
(410) 887-5637
browland@baltimore
countymd.gov
State of New Jersey, Department of Law & Public Safety State 2014-H0122-NJ-BE The Intellectual Property Enforcement Program Crime and Crime Prevention
Intellectual Property Crime
NJ Rosanne Fairbanks
Deputy Director
25 Market Street
P.O. Box 081
Trenton, NJ 08625
(609) 644-0748
Rosanne.Fairbanks
@lps.state.nj.us
County of Sacramento, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department County 2014-H0133-CA-BE Sacramento Intellectual Property Enforcement Task Force Crime and Crime Prevention
Intellectual Property Crime
CA Jody Anderson
Lieutenant
711 G Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 874-3007
jlanderson@sac
sheriff.com
North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State, Trademark Enforcement Unit State 2014-H0141-NC-BE 2014 NC Anti- Counterfeiting Trademark Task Force Development and Enhancement Crime and Crime Prevention
Intellectual Property Crime
NC Haley Haynes
Deputy Secretary of State
2 S. Salisbury Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
(919) 807-2005
hhaynes@so
snc.com
City of Hartford, Hartford Police Department Town 2014-H0143-CT-BE Public Education and Enforcement Targeting Counterfeit Sales Crime and Crime Prevention
Intellectual Property Crime
CT Thomas Bowley
Mayor
253 High Street
Hartford, CT 06103
(860) 757-4121
tbowley@hartford.gov
City of Austin, Austin Police Department Town 2014-H0178-TX-BE City of Austin Intellectual Property Crime Enforcement Program Crime and Crime Prevention
Intellectual Property Crime
TX Kyran Fitzgerald
Grants Coordinator
715 East 8th Street
Austin, TX 78701
(612) 974-5033
kyran.fitzgerald@
austintexas.gov
Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office County 2014-H0182-IL-BE Intellectual Property Crime Enforcement Program Crime and Crime Prevention
Intellectual Property Crime
IL Nicole Kramer
Director of Programs and Development Unit
69 W. Washington Boulevard
Suite 3200
Chicago, IL 60602
(312) 603-1879
nicole.kramer@
cookcountyil.gov
Miami Dade County, Miami Dade Police Department County 2014-H2264-FL-DG Miami-Dade Criminal Justice System Information Sharing Solution Initiative Crime and Crime Prevention
Information Sharing
Justice Systems
FL J.D. Patterson
Director
9105 N.W. 25th Street
Miami, FL 33172
(305) 471-3518
jdpatterson@mdpd
.com
University of Maryland, Research Administration and Advancement Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-H3098-MD-DG CapWIN LEADER2 Crime and Crime Prevention
Information Sharing
Justice Systems
MD Wendy Montgomery
Associate Director
3112 Lee Building
College Park, MD 20742
(301) 405-9569
oraa@umd.edu
REJIS Commission City-County Government 2014-H3146-MO-DG Positive Identification Initiative Crime and Crime Prevention
Information Sharing
Justice Systems
MO David Mueller
Data Analysis Supervisor
4255 West Pine Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 633-0260
dmueller@rejis
.org
Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services, Grants Administration State 2014-H2794-OH-GP The Northern Ohio Violent Crime Consortium's Predictive Policing Violence Reduction Project Crime and Crime Prevention
Community Crime Prevention Strategies
Gun Violence
Gang Crime
OH Erika Scott
Director, Grants Monitoring and Fiscal Compliance
1970 W. Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43223
(614) 466-7690
enscott@dps.
state.oh.us
City of Dallas, City Attorney’s Office Town 2014-H2814-TX-GP Dallas TOP Offender Program (TOP) Crime and Crime Prevention
Community Crime Prevention Strategies
Gun Violence
Gang Crime
TX Maureen Milligan
Senior Assistant City Attorney II
1500 Marilla 4EN
Dallas, TX 75201
(214) 957-1100
maureen.milligan@
dallascityhall.com
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Sponsored Programs Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-H2795-NC-GP PSN Application for the Middle District of North Carolina Crime and Crime Prevention
Community Crime Prevention Strategies
Gun Violence
Gang Crime
NC Valera Francis
Director
1111 Spring Garden Street
Room 2702
Suite 2601
MHRA Building
Greensboro, NC 27412
(336) 334-5878
research@uncg
.edu
Ferris State University, Criminal Justice Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-H2820-MI-GP Operation Ceasefire Crime and Crime Prevention
Community Crime Prevention Strategies
Gun Violence
Gang Crime
MI Steven Hundersmarck
Associate Professor
1201 South State Street
Big Rapids, MI 49307
(231) 591-5085
SteveHundersmarck
@ferris.edu
Maine Department of Public Safety State 2014-H2796-ME-GP Project Hot Spot Crime and Crime Prevention
Community Crime Prevention Strategies
Gun Violence
Gang Crime
ME Tracy Poulin
Senior Planner
104 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333
(207) 624-7209
tracy.j.poulin@
maine.gov
Floyd County Fiscal Court County 2014-H0341-KY-RW Floyd County Co-Occurring Treatment Program Corrections and Reentry
Reentry/Release
Substance Abuse Treatment
Mental Health
KY Sylvia Marshall
Substance Abuse Program Director
149 South Central Avenue
Suite 9
Prestonsburg, KY 51653
(606) 886-9193
lois@floydcounty
judgeexec.com
County of Sullivan, New Hampshire Department of Corrections County 2014-H2506-NH-CZ Sullivan County Reentry Model Corrections and Reentry
Reentry/Release
NH Ross Cunningham
Superintendent
14 Main Street
c/o County Commissioners Office
Newport, NH 03773
(603) 398-2246
rcunningham@
sullivancountynh.gov
Cuyahoga County Office of Reentry County 2014-H3435-OH-CZ Cuyahoga County Intensive Adult Reentry Demonstration Project Corrections and Reentry
Reentry/Release
OH Bonnie Thomas
Program Director, Office of Reentry
310 W. Lakeside Avenue
Suite 550
Cleveland, OH 44113
(216) 443-5557
bthomas@cuyahoga
county.us
City of Lowell, Massachusetts Town 2014-H3488-MA-CZ Lowell Ex-Offender Advancement Project (LEAP)  Corrections and Reentry
Reentry/Release
MA Maryann Ballotta
Director of Research and Development
375 Merrimack Street
Lowell, MA 01852
(978) 674-1903
Mballotta@lowellma.gov
City of Richmond, Virginia Town 2014-H3627-VA-CZ City of Richmond Reentry (CORE) Project Corrections and Reentry
Reentry/Release
VA Sarah Scarbrough
Internal Program Director
900 East Broad Street
Room 201
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 646-0987
Sarah.Scarbrough@
richmondgov.com
Bridgeway Recovery Services, Inc. NonProfit 2014-H3340-OR-CY Bridge to Reentry Mentor Project Corrections and Reentry
Reentry/Release
Community Corrections
OR Tina Bialas
Program Supervisor
Box 17818
Salem, OR 97305
tbialas@bridgeway
recovery.com
Jewish Family Service of Atlantic County, Jail Reentry Services Program NonProfit 2014-H3382-NJ-CY JFS Mentoring Program Corrections and Reentry
Reentry/Release
Community Corrections
NJ Laura Rodgers
Senior Director, Mental Health Services
607 Jerome Avenue
Margate, NJ 08402
lrodgers@jfsatlantic
.org
Workforce, Inc. NonProfit 2014-H3408-IN-CY Workplace Peer Mentoring Project Corrections and Reentry
Reentry/Release
Community Corrections
IN Gregg Keesling
President
1125 Brookside Avenue
Suite D12
Indianapolis, IN 46202
gkeesling@recycle
force.org
EAC, Inc. NonProfit 2014-H3462-NY-CY Project Restore Corrections and Reentry
Reentry/Release
Community Corrections
NY Rebecca Bell
Chief Operating Officer
50 Clinton Street
Suite 107
Hempstead, NY 11550
rbell@eacinc.org
Opportunities Industrialization Center of Clark County, Inc. NonProfit 2014-H3473-OH-CY OIC’s Women’s Mentoring Program Corrections and Reentry
Reentry/Release
Community Corrections
OH Michael Calabrese
10 South Yellow Springs Street
Springfield, OH 45506
mcalabrese@oic
ofclarkco.org
Sponsors, Inc. NonProfit 2014-H3491-OR-CY Sponsors SCA Mentoring Program Corrections and Reentry
Reentry/Release
Community Corrections
OR Paul Solomon
Executive Director
338 Highway 99 North
Eugene, OR 97402
pjsolomon@sponsors
inc.org
George Gervin Youth Center, Inc. NonProfit 2014-H3639-TX-CY Personal Responsibility in Daily Efforts - (Project PRIDE) Corrections and Reentry
Reentry/Release
Community Corrections
TX Barbara Hawkins
President/CEO
6903 Sunbelt Drive South
San Antonio, TX 78218
bdhawkins@gervin
-school.org
Franklin County Government, Middle Tennessee Rural Reentry County 2014-H0189-TN-RV Middle Tennessee Rural Reentry - Technology Career Training Program Corrections and Reentry
Inmate Programs and Treatment
Education
TN Christine Hopkins
Director
855 Dinah Shore Boulevard
Suite 3
Winchester, TN 37398
(931) 968-6051
hopkins@fcsheriff.org
State of Ohio, Department of Rehabilitation and Correction State 2014-H0254-OH-RV Logistics Education and Employment Program (LEEP) Corrections and Reentry
Inmate Programs and Treatment
Education
OH Todd Thobe
Grant Administrator
770 W. Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43222
(614) 752-1612
todd.thobe@odrc.
state.oh.us
Texas Department of Criminal Justice State 2014-H0304-TX-RV Providing Post-Release Job Placement through Braille Transcription Corrections and Reentry
Inmate Programs and Treatment
Education
TX Sherry Koenig
Budget Director
P.O. Box 99
Huntsville, TX 77340
(936) 437-2117
sherry.koenig@tdcj.
state.tx.us
City of Spokane, Prosecutor’s Office Municipal 2014-H2957-WA-YX Spokane Community Court Courts
Prosecution
WA Janean Phillips
Assistant Prosecutor
909 W. Mallon
Spokane, WA 99201
(509) 835-4534
jvphillips@spokane
city.org
Texas Department of Criminal Justice State 2014-H1070-TX-SM Texas Risk Assessment System Implementation Project Corrections and Reentry
Community Corrections
Parole
Probation
TX Sherry Koenig
Budget Director
P.O. Box 99
Huntsville, TX 77340
(936) 437-2117
sherry.koenig@tdcj.
state.tx.us
County of Beaver County 2014-H1105-PA-SM Smart Supervision Corrections and Reentry
Community Corrections
Parole
Probation
PA Nancy Jaquette
Compliance Officer
1040 Eighth Avenue
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
(724) 847-6225
njaquette@bcbh.org
North Dakota Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation State 2014-H4123-ND-D2 State of North Dakota, Burleigh County, Cass County Collaborative Adult Recidivism Reduction Reentry Program Corrections and Reentry
Recidivism Reduction
ND Michele Wagner
Grants Contracts Officer
3100 Railroad Avenue
P.O. Box 1887
Bismarck, ND 58502
(701) 328-6656
miawagner@
nd.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Corrections State 2014-H4124-PA-D2 Pennsylvania Recidivism Reduction Initiative Corrections and Reentry
Recidivism Reduction
PA Carrie Amann
Executive Policy and Grants Specialist
1920 Technology Parkway
Mechanicsburg, PA 17050
(717) 728-4045
camann@pa.gov
State of Ohio, Department of Rehabilitation & Correction State 2014-H4168-OH-D2 Ohio Rural Recidivism Reduction (OR3) 2.0 Corrections and Reentry
Recidivism Reduction
OH Todd Thobe
Grant Administrator
770 W. Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43222
(614) 752-1612
todd.thobe@odrc.
state.oh.us
Alaska Native Justice Center
Non-Profit
Indian 2014-H4174-AK-D2 Alaska Native Justice Center Adult Reentry Program Corrections and Reentry
Recidivism Reduction
AK Denise Morris
President/CEO
3600 San Jeronimo
Suite 264
Anchorage, AK 99508
(907) 793-3550
dmorris@anjc.net
State of Michigan, Department of Corrections State 2014-H4213-MI-D2 Michigan Recidivism Reduction Initiative Corrections and Reentry
Recidivism Reduction
MI Janella Robinson
Prisoner Re-entry Specialist
Bureau of Fiscal Management
P.O. Box 30003
Lansing, MI 48909
(313) 972-4239
robinsonj24@
michigan.gov
University of North Texas Health Science Center, Grant & Contract Management Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90536-TX-DN Massively Parallel Sequencing for High Sensitivity Detection of DNA for Forensic Genetic Identification Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
TX LeAnn Forsberg
Grants Specialist II
3500 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76107
(817) 735-5073
ogcmext@unthsc.edu
The University of Tennessee, Office of Research Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90586-TN-DN Revealing Clandestine Graves Through Multiple Instrument Geophysical Surveys: Investigating the Parameters for Human Burial Target Detection Threshold in Natural Soil Environments Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
TN Joanne Devlin
Assistant Director, Forensic Anthropology Center
1534 White Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37996
(865) 974-4408
jdevlin@utk
.edu
Board of Regents, University of Nebraska-
Lincoln
Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90589-NE-DN Targeted Genome Amplification - A Method for the Analysis of Low Copy Number DNA Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
NE Ashley Hall
Assistant Professor
151 Whittier Research Center
2200 Vine Street
Lincoln, NE 68583
(402) 472-6556
ashleyhall@unl.edu
Sam Houston State University, Research Administration Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90628-TX-DN Human Decomposition: Effects of Solar Irradiance on Maggots and Microbiome and Implications for Future Forensic Research Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
TX Larry Myall
Research Admin Coordinator
903 Bowers Boulevard
SHSU Box 2392
Huntsville, TX 77341
(936) 294-4032
dee@shsu.edu
Michigan State University Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90671-MI-DN Statistical and Mass Spectral Tools for the Identification and Characterization of Synthetic Designer Drugs Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
MI Ruth Smith
Professor
Hannah Administration Building
426 Auditorium Road
Room 2
East Lansing, MI 48824
(517) 353-5283
rwsmith@msu.edu
University of North Texas Health Science Center, Molecular and Medical Genetics Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90704-TX-DN Improving Human DNA Recovery from Skeletal Remains by Identifying Environmentally-Introduced Metal Ions Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
TX Rhonda Roby
Grants Specialist II
3500 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76107
(817) 735-2462
rhonda.roby@unthsc
.edu
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, Federal and State Grants Unit State 2014-91203-IL-DY Postconviction Testing of DNA Evidence Program Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
IL Wendy McCambridge
Associate Director
300 West Adams Street
Suite 200
Chicago, IL 60606
(312) 793-1300
Wendy.McCambridge
@Illinois.gov
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Forensic Laboratory Bureau County 2014-91471-NV-DN Solving Cold Cases with DNA Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
NV Richard Hoggan
Budget Director
400 S. Martin L. King Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89106
(702) 828-8267
r7662h@lvmpd.com
City of Chicago, Chicago Police Department Town 2014-91475-IL-DN FY14 CPD Solving Cold Cases with DNA Initiative Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
IL Tomas Maulawin
Grants Research Specialist
3510 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60653
(312) 745-5753
tomas.maulawin@
chicagopolice.org
City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles Police Department Town 2014-91500-CA-DN 2014 LAPD Solving Cold Cases with DNA Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
CA Nichole Trujillo
Management Analyst II
100 West First Street
Suite 842
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 486-0385
n3362@lapd.lacity.org
Medical University of South Carolina, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91535-SC-IJ Piloting the Viability through Assessment of SCLEAP Law Enforcement Traumatic Stress Mitigation Program Efficacy Science and Technology
SC R. Gregg Dwyer
Principal Investigator
179 Ashley Avenue
Charleston, SC 29425
(843) 792-1461
Board of Regents of UW System for University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Office of Sponsored Programs Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91551-WI-IJ Area 2: Transitioning and Expanding a Researcher-Practitioner Relationship in Wisconsin Science and Technology
WI Tom LeBel
Associate Professor
UWM Office of Research
Office of Sponsored Programs
P.O. Box 340
Milwaukee, WI 53201
(414) 229-2356
lebel@uwm.edu
Talbert House NonProfit 2014-91579-OH-IJ Examining the Intersection of Criminogenic Risk, Addiction Severity, and Effective Applications of Treatment Dosage to Reduce Recidivism for Substance Abusing Offenders Science and Technology
Drugs and Substance Abuse
Treatment
OH Kimberly Sperber
Director, Research
2600 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45206
(513) 751-7747
kimberly.sperber@
talberthouse.org
AZ Board of Regents o/b/o
Arizona State University
ORSPA
Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91583-AZ-IJ Investigating the Impacts of Institutional and Contextual Factors on Protection Order Decision-Making Crime and Crime Prevention
Violent Crime
AZ Tara Seaton
Assistant Director, Research Administration
P.O. Box 876011
Tempe, AZ 85287
(480) 727-7983
asu.awards@
asu.edu
Regents of the University of California, Los Angeles, Office of Contract & Grant Administration Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91589-CA-IJ Finding and Testing What Works for Sex-Trafficked Girls: A Partnership with Los Angeles County Specialized Trafficking Court to Enhance Engagement and Recovery Courts
Specialized and Problem Solving Courts
Crime and Crime Prevention
Human Trafficking

CA Goody Dhillon
Senior Grant Analyst
UCLA Office of Contract and Grant Administration
11000 Kinross Avenue
Suite 211
Los Angeles, CA 90095
(310) 794-3215
ocga8@research.
ucla.edu
Northwest Professional Consortium Small Business 2014-91590-OR-IJ A Researcher-Practitioner Collaboration Model to Measure Outcome of Evidence-Based Programs in Three Intensive Management Units with Washington Department of Corrections Corrections and Reentry
Inmate Programs and Treatment
OR Paige Harrison
Research Associate
5100 S.W. Macadam Avenue
Suite 575
Portland, OR 97329
(503) 243-2436 x 131
harrison@npcresearch
.com
The Research Foundation for the SUNY, University at Albany, Hindelang Crime Research Center NonProfit 2014-91043-NY-IJ Bullying and Adolescent Gang Membership Crime and Crime Prevention
Gangs
Justice Systems
NY Dana Peterson
Associate Professor
1400 Washington Avenue
MSC-312
Albany, NY 12222
(518) 442-5711
dpeterson@albany.edu
Northeastern University Private University 2014-91044-MA-IJ Exposed and Vulnerable: Investigating the Etiology and Consequences of Differential Susceptibility to Direct and Indirect Exposure to Violence Crime and Crime Prevention
Violent Crime
MA James Sciandra
Senior Grant Officer
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 373-5866
j.sciandra@neu.edu
American Institutes for Research NonProfit 2014-91047-DC-IJ State-Level Analyses of Juvenile Court Status Offense Case Data Crime and Crime Prevention
Data Systems
Juveniles
Juvenile Court
DC Vickie Brooks
Senior Contracts Administrator
1000 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 403-5886
vbrooks@air.org
Regents of the University of Minnesota, Office of Sponsored Projects Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91048-MN-IJ Mass Probation: Estimating the Prevalence and Composition of Probation Supervision in the U.S. Corrections and Reentry
Community Corrections
MN Michelle Phelps
Assistant Professor, Sociology
450 McNamara Alumni Center
200 Oak Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
(612) 626-0863
phelps@umn.
edu
University of Arkansas, Sociology & Criminal Justice Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91058-AR-IJ Latino Immigration and Violence at the Macro-Level: Examining the Conditioning Effects of Offender/Arrestee and Victim Race/Ethnicity and Time Crime and Crime Prevention
Violent
Victims and Victimization
Specific Populations
AR Casey Harris
Professor
210 Administration Building 1
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
(479) 575-5942
caseyh@uark.edu
Sam Houston State University, Research Administration Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91071-TX-IJ Examining Patterns of Disparity in Federal Sentencing: A Focus on National Origin Courts
Sentencing and Sanctions
TX Larry Myall
Research Admin Coordinator
903 Bowers Boulevard
SHSU Box 2392
Huntsville, TX 77341
(936) 294-4032
dee@shsu.edu
University of Central Florida, Research & Commercial-
ization
Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91077-FL-IJ The Impact of Juvenile Status on Criminal Sentencing Juveniles
Juvenile Courts
Juvenile Offenders
FL Kareem Jordan
Sr. Proposal Manager
12201 Research Parkway
Suite 501
Orlando, FL 32826
(407) 823-2603
kareem.jordan@
ucf.edu
Georgia State University Research Foundation, Research Vice President Office NonProfit 2014-91087-GA-IJ Prevalence, Correlates, and Consequences of Homophobic Bullying in the National Crime Victimization Survey, 2001-2011 Crime and Crime Prevention
Hate Crime
Juveniles
Child Protection/Health
Victims and Victimization
Specific Populations
GA James Weyhenmeyer
Vice President, Research
P.O. Box 3999
Atlanta, GA 30302
(404) 413-3500
gsurfawards@gsu.edu
University of Central Florida, Research & Commercial-
ization
Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91092-FL-IJ Modeling Mass Murder: Restructuring NIBRS and SHR Data for Research and Predictive Policing Crime and Crime Prevention
Violent Crime
FL Jennifer Parker
Proposal Manager
12201 Research Parkway
Suite 501
Orlando, FL 32826
(407) 823-4371
Jennifer.Parker@
ucf.edu
School District U-46 Independent School District 2014-91808-IL-GX Restorative Justice Practices in the Real World of Schools Project Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
Victims and Victimization
Restorative Justice
IL Rachel Traficanti
Resource and Development Specialist
355 E. Chicago Street
Elgin, IL 60120
(847) 888-5000 X6028
racheltraficanti
@u-46.org
Camden City School District Independent School District 2014-91811-NJ-GX What Works School Safety Research Project (What Works) Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
NJ Andrea Aumaitre
Project Manager, School Based Youth Services
201 N. Front Street
Camden, NJ 08102
(856) 966-2000 X37556
aaumaitre@camden
.k12.nju.us
North Carolina Department of Public Instruction State 2014-91827-NC-GX Team Efforts for Safe Transitions (TEST) Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
NC Benjamin Matthews
Director
6319 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699
(919) 807-3500
ben.matthews@dpi.nc
.gov
Albuquerque Public Schools, Student Family & Community Service Independent School District 2014-91875-NM-CX Building-Up Student Supports/What Makes Schools Safe (BUSS/WMSS) Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
NM Kristine Meurer
Executive Director
P.O. Box 25704
Albuquerque, NM 87125
(505) 855-9791
kristine.meurer@
aps.edu
Regents of the University of Minnesota, Office of Sponsored Projects Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91233-MN-IJ Neighborhood and School Contextual Factors Related to School Climate and Violence Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
MN Barbara McMorris
Grant Administrator
450 McNamara Alumni Center
200 Oak Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
(612) 624-9909
mcmo0023@umn.
edu
Rutgers State University of New Jersey, ORSP Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91237-NJ-IJ Leveraging Classroom Level Change for School Safety and Equity in Discipline Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
NJ Meda Barker
Grants Specialist
3 Rutgers Plaza
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
(848) 932-4553
meda.barker@
rutgers.edu
Empirical Education Inc. Small Business 2014-91243-CA-IJ School-wide Social Emotional and Character Development to Improve Middle School Safety Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
CA Denis Newman
CEO
425 Sherman Avenue
Suite 210
Palo Alto, CA 94306
(650) 328-1734 X112
dn@empiricaleducation
.com
Rutgers State University of New Jersey, ORSP Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91247-NJ-IJ Enhancing School Safety through the Ambassador Program for Urban Middle School Students: An Evaluation of the Ambassador Program in Jersey City Public Schools Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
NJ Meda Barker
Grants Specialist
3 Rutgers Plaza
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
(848) 932-4553
meda.barker@
rutgers.edu
American Institutes for Research NonProfit 2014-91255-DC-IJ Evaluation of the Strategies for Youth Comprehensive School Safety Intervention Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
DC Vickie Brooks
Senior Contracts Administrator
1000 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 403-5886
vbrooks@air.org
The Research Foundation for SUNY o/b/o
University at Buffalo
Sponsored Projects Services
Private, non-profit 2014-91286-NY-IJ Impact of Comprehensive School Safety Training on Preparedness, Interdisciplinary Collaboration, and School Climate Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
NY Amanda Nickerson
Associate Professor
402 Crofts Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260
(716) 645-3448
nickersa@buffalo.edu
Vanderbilt University, Peabody Research Institute Private University 2014-91292-TN-IJ Effects of Visible Security Measures on School Safety: A Secondary Data Analysis Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
TN Emily Tanner-Smith
Research Assistant Professor
Office of Sponsored Programs
1400 18th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37212
(615) 322-6304
emily.e.tanner-smith@vanderbilt.edu
National Opinion Research Center, SAMHCJ NonProfit 2014-91296-IL-IJ School and Youth Violence in Context: Multiple Forms and Root Risk and Protective Factors Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
IL Bruce Taylor
Senior Vice President & Director, SAMHCJS
55 E. Monroe Street
Chicago, IL 60603
(301) 651-9512
taylor-bruce@norc.org
Texas State University, Texas School Safety Center Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91307-TX-IJ Opportunity for Safety in the School Environment (OSSE): Investigation and validation of Practices and Development of Research Based Pilots for Improving the Safety of the Nation's Schools Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
TX Victoria Calder
Proposal Coordinator
601 University Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666
(512) 245-8082
vc16@txState.edu
Rutgers State University, OSRP Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91309-NJ-IJ Development and Validation of the National Teacher Safety Assessment System Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
NJ Meda Barker
Grants Specialist
3 Rutgers Plaza
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
(848) 932-4553
meda.barker@
rutgers.edu
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry NonProfit 2014-91313-OH-IJ Development and Implementation of Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning to Improve School Safety Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
OH Drew Barzman
Comprehensive School Safety Initiative
3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45229
(513) 636-8727
drew.barzman@
cchmc.org
Research Triangle Institute NonProfit 2014-91336-NC-IJ The School Safety Study Group Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
NC Linda Wooten
Contracting Officer
3040 Cornwallis Road
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
(919) 541-8794
lwooten@rti.org
University of Southern California, Emergency Medicine Private University 2014-91346-CA-IJ Using Video Games to Reduce Incidences of School Violence Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
CA Cynthia Bir
Associate Director of Research Administration
2001 N. Soto Street
Suite 205
Los Angeles, CA 90089
(323) 442-4834
cbir@usc.edu
Board of Regents, University of Nebraska-
Lincoln
Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91349-NE-IJ Evaluating the Impact of a Service Learning Approach to Promote Social Capital and Reduce School Aggression Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
NE Susan Swearer
Professor
151 Whittier Research Center
2200 Vine Street
Lincoln, NE 68583
(402) 472-1741
sswearer@unl.edu
Victim Rights Law Center NonProfit 2014-91376-MA-IJ Developing a Library of Best Practices for Combating Peer Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in High Schools Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
MA Nancy Cantalupo
Executive Director
115 Broad Street
3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02110
(703) 244-0390
ncantalupo@victim
rights.org
Policy Research Associates, Inc. Small Business 2014-91377-NY-IJ Assessing the Effectiveness of a Mental Health Responder Model on Promoting School Safety Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
NY Pamela Robbins
Chief Executive Officer
345 Delaware Avenue
Delmar, NY 12054
(518) 439-7415
probbins@prainc
.com
Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit, Center for Schools and Communities Educational Service Agency 2014-91476-PA-IJ City Schools’ SEL-Integrated Literacy Initiative Crime and Crime Prevention
Campus and School Crime
Juveniles
Schools
PA Vicki Murray
Fiscal, Grant and Operations Manager
90 Lawton Lane
Milton, PA 17847
(717) 763-1661
vmurray@csc.
csiu.org
Colorado Seminary, University of Denver, Graduate School of Social Work Private University 2014-91156-CO-IJ The Interaction Effects of Subjective and Structural Factors on Crime Among Formerly Incarcerated Males Corrections and Reentry
Criminal Record Systems
Crime and Crime Prevention
CO Sarah Edwards
Project Administrator
2199 S University Boulevard
Denver, CO 80208
(303) 871-4038
orsp@du.edu
Board of Regents, University of Nebraska-
Omaha
Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91160-NE-IJ Understanding the Coping Strategies Among the Parents and Siblings of Aggressive and Mentally Ill Family Members Crime and Crime Prevention
Mental Health and Crime
NE Karyn Sporer
Principal Investigator - Doctoral Student
6001 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68182
(402) 554-3928
ksporer@unomaha
.edu
The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York, School of Social Work Private University 2014-91188-NY-IJ Identity on Probation: Examining the Role of Possible Selves in Promoting Successful Outcomes among Adolescents on Probation Juveniles
Juvenile Corrections and Detention
NY Rudina Odeh-Ramadan
Associate Vice President for Research Admin
615 West 131st Street
Room 254
Mail Code 8725
New York, NY 10027
(212) 854-6851
ms-grants-office@columbia.edu
Bryn Mawr College, Psychology Private University 2014-91435-PA-IJ U.S. Poll Trends, Right-Wing Protests, and Right-Wing Terrorist Attacks: Does Public Opinion Lead Extremist Action? Crime and Crime Prevention
Terrorism and Mass Violence
PA Clark McCauley
Professor of Psychology
101 North Merion Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
(610) 526-5017
cmccaule@brynmawr
.edu
Michigan State University Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91565-MI-IJ Are Members of Violent Extremist Groups and Street Gangs Unique? Comparing Individual, Group, and Community-Level Characteristics Across Prison Security Threat Groups Crime and Crime Prevention
Gangs
Terrorism and Mass Violence
Violent Crime
MI Steven Chermak
Doctoral Student
Hannah Administration Building
426 Auditorium Road
Room 2
East Lansing, MI 48824
(517) 355-2210
chermak@msu.edu
Rutgers State University of New Jersey Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90783-NJ-IJ Evidence-Based Intervention for Gang-Involved Youth: A Randomized Controlled Trial Juveniles
Youth Gangs
NJ Paul Boxer
Associate Professor
249 University Avenue
206 Blumenthal Hall
Newark, NJ 07102
(973) 353-5440
pboxer@psych
ology.rutgers.edu
University of South Florida Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91041-FL-IJ Towards a Comprehensive Developmental Model of Offender Decision-Making: Genetic Moderation of Behavioral, Psychological, and Social Factors Crime and Crime Prevention
Victims and Victimization
FL Henian Chen
Associate Professor
3702 Spectrum Boulevard
Suite 165
Tampa, FL 33612
(813) 974-4285
hchen1@health.usf
.edu
Development Services Group, Inc. Small Business 2014-91710-MD-IJ Acquiring, Interpreting, and Using Research Evidence Among Juvenile Justice Policymakers and Practitioners Juveniles
Juvenile Offenders
Risk and Protective Factors
MD Alan Bekelman
President
7315 Wisconsin Avenue
Suite 800E
Bethesda, MD 20814
(301) 951-0056
abekelman@dsgonline
.com
The Research Foundation CUNY - The City College, Research Administration Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90460-NY-DN Development of Advanced Raman Spectroscopy Methods and Databases for the Evaluation of Trace Evidence and the Examination of Questioned Documents - Phase III Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
Justice Information Systems
NY Gregory Werhner
Grant Administrator
160 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031
(212) 650-7900
gwerhner@ccny
.cuny.edu
Washington State University, Institute for Shock Physics Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90535-WA-DN Temperature Sensors Embedded in Building Materials for Fire Debris Analysis and Arson Scene Investigations Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
WA Hergen Eilers
Principal Investigator
423 Neill Hall
P.O. Box 643140
Pullman, WA 99164
(509) 358-7681
eilers@wsu.edu
North Carolina State University Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90607-NC-DN Establishment of A New National Resource for Forensic Trace Evidence Examiners: The National Institute of Justice Dye Database Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
Justice Information Systems
NC Jeffrey Cheek
Associate Vice Chancellor
2701 Sullivan Drive
Admin Services III
Box 7514
Raleigh, NC 27695
(919) 515-2444
sps@ncsu.edu
Smithsonian Institution, Department of Botany NonProfit 2014-90618-DC-DN The Use of DNA Barcodes to Identify Grasses in North America Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
Justice Information Systems
DC Paul Peterson
Curator of Grasses
1000 Jefferson Drive SW
Washington, DC 20560
(202) 633-0975
peterson@si.edu
The University of Tennessee, Office of Research Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90661-TN-DN Assessing Long-Term Changes in Plant ō15N as a Forensic Tool to Identify Human Graves Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
TN Amy Mundorff
Assistant Professor
1534 White Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37996
(865) 974-8120
amundorff@
utk.edu
University of New Hampshire Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90951-NH-IJ Evaluating a Dating Sexual Violence Bystander Prevention Program With High School Youth: A Cluster Randomized Control Trial Crime and Crime Prevention
Violent Crime
Juveniles
Child Protection/Health
Schools
NH Katie Edwards
Assistant Professor
Sponsored Programs Administration
51 College Road
Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-3720
katie.edwards@
unh.edu
Regents of the University of Minnesota, Sponsored Projects Administration Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91026-MN-IJ The Role of Teen Dating, Sexual, and Intimate Partner Violence in Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Operations in Minneapolis Crime and Crime Prevention
Trafficking
Violent Crime
Juveniles
Child Protection/Health
MN Lauren Martin
Grants & Contracts Administrator
450 McNamara Center
200 Oak Street, SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
(612) 624-0435
mart2114@umn.
edu
University of Rochester, Psychiatry Private University 2014-90707-NY-IJ Abuse Via Technology: Holding Perpetrators Accountable Crime and Crime Prevention
Internet and Electronic Crime
Violent Crime
Juveniles
Child Protection/Health
NY Anne Corriveau
Research Administrator II
518 Hylan
Rochester, NY 14627
(585) 273-2137
anne.corriveau@
rochester.edu
Bridgewater State University, School of Social Work Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90757-MA-IJ Environmental Scan of Family Justice Centers in the United States Crime and Crime Prevention
Violent Crime
Juveniles
Child Protection/Health
Victims and Victimization
Violent Crime
MA Emily Douglas
Associate Professor
131 Summer Street
Bridgewater, MA 02325
(508) 531-2012
emily.douglas@
bridgew.edu
Medical University of South Carolina, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90789-SC-IJ Multisite Randomized Controlled Evaluation of a College Sexual Violence Prevention Program Crime and Crime Prevention
School and Campus Crime
Sex-related Crime
Victims and Victimization
SC Alyssa Rheingold
Principal Investigator
179 Ashley Avenue
Charleston, SC 29425
(843) 792-2945
rheingaa@musc.edu
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Maternal and Child Health Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90941-NC-IJ Development of Empirically-Informed Instruments and Procedures to Evaluate Campus Responses to Sexual Violence Crime and Crime Prevention
School and Campus Crime
Sex-related Crime
Victims and Victimization
NC Sandra Martin
Grant & Contract Specialist
104 Airport Drive
CB 1350
Suite 2200
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
(919) 966-5973
sandy_martin@
unc.edu
Board of Regents
University of Nebraska-
Omaha
Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90710-NE-DN Examining the Use and Impact of Disciplinary Segregation Within and Across State Prisons Corrections and Reentry
Inmates/
Offenders
NE Benjamin Steiner
Assistant Professor
6001 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68182
(402) 554-4057
bmsteiner@
unomaha.edu
AZ Board of Regents, Arizona State University, ORSPA Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90729-AZ-DN An Examination of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Juvenile Justice System: A Focus on the Family System Juveniles
Disproportionate Minority Contacts
AZ Tara Seaton
Assistant Director, Research Administration
P.O. Box 876011
Tempe, AZ 85287
(480) 727-7983
asu.awards@
asu.edu
AZ Board of Regents, Arizona State University, ORSPA Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90935-AZ-DN Using Facial Recognition in a Large Venue Setting Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
Technologies
AZ Tara Seaton
Assistant Director, Research Administration
P.O. Box 876011
Tempe, AZ 85287
(480) 727-7983
asu.awards@
asu.edu
Temple University
The Commonwealth System of CLA
Criminal Justice (18350)
Public, NonProfit, State-related 2014-90968-PA-DN Identifying Discrete Subgroups and Trajectories of Frequent Users of Jail, Health and Housing Services Systems Corrections and Reentry
Inmate Programs and Treatment
Inmates and Offenders
PA Sherri Gibbs
Grants and Contracts Specialist
1938 Liacouras Walk 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19122
(215) 204-5292
tue53587@temple.edu
George Mason University, Criminology Law and Society Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-90973-VA-DN Systematic Observations of Street Level Behavior at Micro-places: Implications for Theory and Practice in Policing Law Enforcement
Administrations and Management
Policing Strategies
VA David Weisburd
Team Leader, Pre-Award
Office of Sponsored Programs
4400 University Drive
MSN 4C6
Fairfax, VA 22030
(703) 993-4079
dweisbur@gmu.edu
Police Foundation NonProfit 2014-90998-DC-DN Legitimacy Policing in Crime Hot Spots: A Multi-Site Randomized Trial Law Enforcement
Administrations and Management
Policing Strategies
DC Daniel Woods
Chief Operating Officer
1201 Connecticut Avenue NW
Suite 200
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 833-1460
dwoods@police
foundation.org
Portland State University, Regional Research Institute Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education 2014-91005-OR-DN Longitudinal Evaluation of a Successful RCT for Mothers and Fathers under Community Justice Supervision: 15-Year Desistance Trajectories Corrections and Reentry
Community Corrections
OR Lewis Bank
Research Professor
Sponsored Projects Administration
P.O. Box 751 (SPA)
Portland, OR 97207
(503) 367-4042
bank@pdx.edu
ATC-NY, Inc. Small Business 2014-90882-NY-DN Instant Imager: A Forensic Software Tool for Opportunistic Disk Imaging Science and Technology
Forensics/
Evidence
NY Richard Smith
Controller
1610 Trumansburg Road
Ithaca, NY 14850
(607) 257-1975
rsmith@atcorp.com
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