SPI Overview

Site NameSite CohortSite ResearcherSite FocusSite Strategy
Chicago, Illinois2015John Hollywood, Ph.D. and Dulani Woods, RAND CorporationViolent Crime, Gun ViolenceData-Driven Predictive Analytics
Chula Vista, California2013Deborah Weisel, Ph.D., North Carolina Central UniversityDomestic ViolenceProblem-oriented policing
Cincinnati, Ohio2010John E. Eck, Ph.D., and Kathleen Gallagher, Ph.D., University of Cincinnati, School of Criminal JusticeRobberyPlace-based policing, Offender-based policing, Intelligence-led policing
Columbia, South Carolina2012Jeff Rojek, Ph.D., University of South CarolinaViolent Crime, Property CrimeInstitutionalization of intelligence-led policing
Commerce City/Brighton, Colorado2017Lisa Ingarfield, Ph.D., Defi ConsultingViolent CrimeOrganizational change, Multi-agency collaboration
Detroit, Michigan2016Edmund McGarrell, Ph.D., Michigan State UniversityViolent CrimeProblem-oriented policing, Crime prevention through environmental design
East Palo Alto, California2012Anthony Braga, Ph.D., and Sarah Lawrence, University of California, Berkeley School of Law, Warren Institute on Law and Social PolicyGun Violence, TechnologyHot spot analysis
Evans County, Georgia2011Adam Bossler, Ph.D., Catherine Marcum, Ph.D., Michele Covington, Ph.D., Georgia Southern UniversityIntelligence GatheringTechnology implementation
Frisco, Texas2011John L. Worrall, Ph.D., The University of Texas at Dallas, Criminology & Criminal JusticeProperty CrimeOffender-based policing, Place-based policing
Glendale, Arizona2009Michael D. White, Ph.D., Charles M. Katz, Ph.D., David Choate, M.A., and Joanne Nelson, Arizona State UniversityTheft at Convenience StoresPlace-based policing, Problem-oriented policing, Crime prevention through environmental design