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National Institute of Justice


  • “Across the Universe? A Comparative Analysis of Violent Radicalization Across Three Offender Types With Implications for Criminal Justice Training and Education.” $530,298, John Horgan.
  • “Evaluation of a Multi-Faceted, U.S. Community-Based, Muslim-Led CVE Program.” $525,020, John Horgan.
  • “Information Sharing and the Role of Sex Offender Registration and Notification.” $1,000,000, Andrew Harris.
  • “The Prosecution of Child Sexual Abuse: a Partnership to Improve Outcomes.” $498,333, Stephanie Block and Linda Williams.
  • “Decision-Making in Sexual Assault Cases: Multi-site Replication Research on Sexual Violence Case Attrition in the U.S.” $490,000 supplement to original $1,200,000 award. Linda Williams, April Pattavina, Melissa Morabito.
  • “Predictors of Injury and Reporting of Intraracial, Interracial, and Racially-Biased Nonsexual Assaults.” $39,995, Kelly Socia.
  • “Early Intervention Systems: The State of the Art”. Total Grant = $486K  (Christopher Harris is a sub-awardee).