The Crime and Justice Research solicitation is NIJ's "open" solicitation for social and behavioral research and evaluation on topics relevant to State and/or local criminal and juvenile justice policy and practice. Most crime and justice topics that are relevant to policymakers and practitioners are eligible for consideration. Potential applicants are encouraged to read NIJ's targeted solicitations as they are released to determine which solicitation is most appropriate for their proposal and to get an indication of NIJ's areas of interest. Under this Crime and Justice Research solicitation, priority will be given to applications for funding of research in areas that do not duplicate NIJ's targeted solicitations, or applications that could be considered under those targeted solicitations but require substantially higher levels of funding.
Number of Awards: 8
Total Amount Awarded: $5,366,947
Advancing Knowledge and Practice in Policing: A Longitudinal Platform for National Research
Coroner Investigations of Suspicious Elder Deaths
Neighborhoods, Recidivism, and Employment among Returning Prisoners
Pathways to Desistance
Reducing Courts' Failure to Appear Rate: A Procedural Justice Approach
ROADS DIVERGE: LONG-TERM PATTERNS OF RELAPSE, RECIDIVISM AND DESISTANCE FOR A RE-ENTRY COHORT
Study Group on Violence and Serious Offending in Late Adolescence and Young Adulthood
This project will test, with a randomized controlled trial, an intensive community supervision strategy for probationers and parolees who are at extremely high risk of committing homicidal acts.
- NIJ FY23 Community-Based Violence Intervention and Prevention Initiative (CVIPI) Research, Evaluation, and Associated Training & Technical Assistance Support
- NIJ FY23 Research and Development in Forensic Science for Criminal Justice Purposes
- NIJ FY23 Research and Evaluation of Services for Victims of Crime