Following a description of application procedures and requirements of award recipients for National Institute of Justice (NIJ) research grants, 1990 research program plan announcements are presented under the various NIJ components.
Research plan announcements under the Office of Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Research pertain to apprehension, prosecution, and adjudication of criminal offenders; drug testing in community corrections; public safety and security; punishment and control of offenders; crime victims; and white collar and organized crime. Research under the Center for Crime Control Research addresses criminal careers and the control of crime; drugs, alcohol, and crime; ethnographies of property offenders; forensic sciences and criminal justice technology; offender classification and prediction of criminal behavior; and violence prevention and control. NIJ fellowship programs and a special initiative on drug program evaluation are also explained. Existing NIJ programs are described along with plans for expanding and improving each program for 1990. NIJ organization is charted, and a personnel directory is provided, along with a list of peer reviewers and grant application forms.
- A study on the occurrence of glass and paint across various cities in the United States-Part I: Background presence of glass in the general population
- Core Skills for Digital Crisis Intervention: Lessons from a University-Based Online Sexual Assault Hotline
- Accounting for Socio-Economic Context in Quantifying the Attractive and Repellent Influence of Built Environment on Firearms Violence in Multiple Cities