Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2004, $199,995)
This study will examine the changing patterns and social orgainization of cross-border drug trafficking in Southeast Asia, with a focus on the China-Burma border areas. Data will be collected through face-to-face interviews with drug enforcement authorities in China (N=80), government officials in three Southeast Asia urban centers (N=20), warlords in Burma border regions (N=30), and convicted drug traffickers in Kunming, China (n=200).
- Examining Models of Law Enforcement Crime Information Centers for Sustained Organizational Change
- Forensic Fire Death Investigation: Investigating the Effects of Body Mass and Decomposition Sequence on Fire Burn Speed and Patterns and the Development of Performance Standards
- Improving Outcomes for Child Sex Trafficking Victims, Phase 2: A Rigorous Outcome Evaluation of Love146’s Long-Term Services (LTS) Program