SPI Overview

Site NameSite CohortSite ResearcherSite FocusSite Strategy
Evans County, Georgia2011Adam Bossler, Ph.D., Catherine Marcum, Ph.D., Michele Covington, Ph.D., Georgia Southern UniversityIntelligence GatheringTechnology implementation
Fort Myers, Florida2020Drs. Cory Huberman and Jillian Shafer Desmond, University of Cincinnati’s Institute of Crime Science (ICS)Aggravated assault (i.e. shootings), robbery, burglary, and auto crimesStratified policing, technological innovation, intelligence-led policing
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
Glendale, Arizona2011Mike White, Ph.D., Charles M. Katz, Ph.D., David Choate, Arizona State UniversityRepeat Offenders, Organized Retail TheftEvidence-based strategies
Hallandale Beach, Florida2019Florida International University Department of Public Policy and AdministrationGun and Violent CrimeCommunity policing and technology implementation
Hamilton County, Ohio2020Drs. Cory Haberman and Jillian Desmond, University of Cincinnati’s Institute of Crime Science (ICS)Crime hot spotsSupporting innovation
Henderson, Nevada2014Tamara Madensen, Ph.D. and William Sousa, Ph.D., University of Nevada, Las VegasProperty CrimeProblem-oriented policing
Houston, Texas2019Human Trafficking and Violent CrimeTechnological Innovation
Indio, California2010Robert N. Parker, Ph.D., University of California, RiversideResidential BurglaryPlace-based policing