April 23, 2014
DOJ Announces Funding for Social Science Research
The Department of Justice’s (DOJ) National Institute of Justice (NIJ) has announced the availability of funding to examine how scholarly research influences criminal justice implementation practices through dissemination and translation.
The funding opportunity seeks to support five case studies of up to $250,000 each on incorporating the use of research evidence into criminal justice practice and policy decisions and one Research Fellow of up to $150,000 to examine the dissemination of NIJ-funded research. Virtually all entities are eligible to apply – including public and private higher education institutions, individuals, state governments, tribal entities, and small businesses. Applications are due on June 9, 2014.