SPI Overview

Site NameSite CohortSite ResearcherSite FocusSite Strategy
Anniston, Alabama2019Richards Davis, PhD & Kay Lang, PhD, Jacksonville State UniversityPart I Property Crimes Reduction, Detection of Offenders Increase, Improve Property Crime Clearance RatesHot Spots Policing with Technology Integration, Media Campaign
Atlanta, Georgia2016Shila Hawk, Ph.D., and Tammy Meredith, Ph.D., Applied Research Services, Inc. (ARS)Gun ViolenceData-driven, Hospital-based intervention, Community-oriented policing
Baltimore, Maryland2010Daniel Webster, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public HealthGun ViolenceOffender-based policing
Baton Rouge, Louisiana2019Steven Maberry, Ph.D., Envisage Research and Analytics, LLCViolent Crime Reduction, Community Relations EnhancementRisk Terrain Modeling, Social Media Analysis
Birmingham, Alabama2017Lonnie Hannon, Ph.D., Tuskegee UniversityViolent crimeOffender-focused supports
Boston, Massachusetts2009Anthony Braga, Ph.D., Northeastern University, School of Criminology and Criminal JusticeGun ViolencePlace-based policing, Offender-based policing
Boston, Massachusetts2011Anthony Braga, Ph.D., Northeastern University, School of Criminology and Criminal JusticeHomicidesOrganizational change, Offender-based policing
Boston, Massachusetts2014Anthony Braga, Ph.D., Harvard Kennedy School of GovernmentGun ViolenceOrganizational change, Technology implementation, Revising investigative processes
Brooklyn Park, Minnesota2013David Weisburd, Ph.D., and Charlotte Gill, Ph.D., George Mason UniversityCrime, Community RelationsCollective efficacy, Hot spot policing
Cambridge, Massachussetts2011Craig D. Uchida, Ph.D., Marc Swatt, Ph.D., Julie Schnobrich-Davis, Ph.D., Christine Connor, and Mariel Shutinya, Justice & Security Strategies, Inc.Gun ViolencePredictive policing