Detecting and Processing Clandestine Human Remains with Unmanned Aerial Systems and Multispectral Remote Sensing
Forensic Technology Center of Excellence: Validation and Evaluation of Magneto-Optical Imaging Technology for Recovering Obliterated Serial Numbers in Firearms
Performance Evaluation and Utility Assessment of Magneto-Optical Sensor Technology for Detecting and Visualizing Obliterated Serial Numbers in Firearms
Development of a Surrogate Bruising Detection System to Describe Bruising Patterns Associated with Common Childhood Falls, Final Report
NIJ is seeking applications for funding to conduct research, development, or evaluation of electronic surveillance technologies for law enforcement applications. Electronic surveillance is a vital crime-fighting tool. Advances in information and communications technology challenge the ability of criminal justice agencies to use this tool effectively. With this solicitation, NIJ seeks proposals for research, technology development, or evaluation projects to address these challenges.
NIJ is seeking applications for funding to conduct research, technology development, and evaluation of sensor, surveillance, and biometrics technologies for law enforcement applications. Proposals should address the following four topics:
- Remote detection of concealed handguns.
- Integrated sensor systems.
- Crime scene evidence identification.
- Biometric technologies.