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Research and Evaluation in Safety, Health, and Wellness in Criminal Justice System, Fiscal Year 2020

Opportunity ID
NIJ-2020-17296
Solicitation Status
Closed
Fiscal Year
2020
Closing Date
Posting Date
Solicitation Type
Competitive
Description

Find Fiscal Year 2020 Awards

This page presents award data for this solicitation through September 23, 2020. On October 15, 2020, the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) will transition to the Justice Grants System (JustGrants) for all grants management activities. Until that time, the awards list below will not be updated. View the latest award data on an alternative site..

With this solicitation, NIJ seeks applications for funding of multidisciplinary research projects addressing any of these five topics:

  1. Resiliency and Recovery of Law Enforcement agencies from Singular, Extreme Traumatic Events.
  2. Impact of Organizational Stressors on Officer Health and Wellness.
  3. Effects of Pre-Career Interventions and Subsequent Reminders in Modulating Mental, Physical, and Social Responses to Stressors in Law Enforcement Officers.
  4. Community Hostility, Officer Health, and Effects on Policing.
  5. Understanding the Increased Rate of Assaults on Law Enforcement Officers

All five topics, in varying degrees, lend themselves to a mixed-method approach involving a combination of the measurement of behavioral, psychological, biological, and physiological responses. Additionally, all five topics lend themselves to multidisciplinary research from behavioral science, neuroscience, operations research, and the social science communities

Awards

Number of Awards: 3
Total Amount Awarded: $2,262,571

FAQs

All of the Uniform Crime Reporting Program data are publicly available from the ICPSR/NACJD websites, and there is no IRB approval or other application process needed for access. Researchers only need to create a free ICPSR account to access data files.

Date Created: January 2, 2020