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Awards Listing

Every year, NIJ awards grants and cooperative agreements for research, development, evaluation, testing and training and technical assistance projects across the spectrum of criminal justice.
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All of the fiscal 2019 solicitations have closed. All successful applicants were notified by September 30th and non-award notifications will be made by December 30, 2019. View a complete list of 2019 awards.

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Awardee Name: University of Louisville Research Foundation

Number of Awards: 5
Total Amount Awarded: $1,472,364

Funded Awards
FY Sort ascending Title Original Solicitation Recipient State Award Number Amount Status
2018 An Evaluation of Victim Centered, Trauma Informed Interview Training for Sexual Assault Investigators using Standardized Patient Actors: A Randomized Controlled Trial NIJ FY18 Research and Evaluation on Violence Against Women: Sexual Violence, Intimate Partner Violence, Stalking, and Teen Dating Violence University of Louisville Research Foundation KY 2018-VA-CX-0003 $335,131 Open
2016 Furthering Understanding of Forensic Units: A Detailed Examination of Louisville Metro Police Dept.'s CSU NIJ FY 16 Graduate Research Fellowship Program in the Social and Behavioral Sciences University of Louisville Research Foundation KY 2016-R2-CX-0006 $32,000 Closed
2016 School Climate, Student Discipline, and the Implementation of School Resources Officers Comprehensive School Safety Initiative University of Louisville Research Foundation KY 2016-CK-BX-0017 $370,307 Open
2014 Development of a Computer Simulation Model to Predict Potential Bruising Patterns Associated with Common Childhood Falls NIJ FY 14 Research and Development in Forensic Science for Criminal Justice Purposes University of Louisville Research Foundation KY 2014-DN-BX-K006 $377,187 Closed
2008 Development of a Surrogate Bruising Detection System to Describe Bruising Patterns Associated with Common Childhood Falls NIJ FY08 Office of Research and Evaluation Congressionally Directed Awards University of Louisville Research Foundation KY 2008-DD-BX-K311 $357,739 Closed