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NIJ FY06 Research and Development on Crime Scene Tools, Techniques, and Technologies Solicitation: Invited Full Applications

Opportunity ID
2006-NIJ-1217
Solicitation Status
Closed
Fiscal Year
2006
Closing Date
Posting Date
Description
With this solicitation, NIJ seeks concept papers for research and development to enhance forensic crime scene examinations, specifically: 1. Small, rugged, less costly, less labor-intensive, and nondestructive analytical tools and technologies for onsite presumptive and/or confirmatory analysis of forensic evidence at a crime scene. 2. Sample location, identification, capture, and stabilization technology suitable for recovering trace particulate, liquid, chemical, and biological evidence at a crime scene. 3. Improving basic and fundamental understanding of chemical and biological signatures found at crime scenes. Forensic crime scene evidence typically consists of, but is not limited to latent prints, blood splatter, blood, semen, hairs, fibers, gun shot residue, explosive residue, and fire debris.  

Awards

Number of Awards: 3
Total Amount Awarded: $697,304

Date Created: February 6, 2006