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U.S. National Institute of Justice plans to award three discretionary predictive geospatial grants
April 15th, 2013 by Susan Smith
The U.S. National Institute of Justice has announced that it expects to award a maximum of three discretionary grants for research that explores the relationship between theory and geospatial predictive policing strategies.
No award amount was specified for this program.
According to the report, this funding opportunity is open to any entity, such as state, county, city, township and special district governments; Native American tribal governments and organizations; institutions of higher education; Historically Black Colleges and Universities; Tribally-Controlled Colleges and Universities; non-profits; for-profits; small businesses; eligible agencies of the federal government; and faith-based or community organizations.
The NIJ is seeking proposals that “focus on linking theories to current policing strategies, discerning potential disconnects in the levels of analysis between theory and practice, explicating what effects this may have on findings, and, finally, addressing means of adapting theory and practice based on the results.”
The funding opportunity number is NIJ-2013-3456 (CFDA 16.560). The application closing date is June 17.
For more information, contact Grants.gov Customer Support Hotline, 800/518-4726, email@example.com; or Joel Hunt, 202/616-8111, Joel.Hunt@usdoj.gov. NewsFocusCode FedGrants NWNAgrants federalgrants TNSFG130408
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