NIJ FY18 Research and Evaluation on Decision-making

NIJ seeks proposals for research and evaluation projects to identify the combination of attributes specific to the individual law enforcement officer that causes them to make the decisions governing their actions during encounters with the public.

Specifically, NIJ is interested in identifying

those combinations of attributes tending to lead to successful encounter outcomes; as well as those tending to lead to unsuccessful outcomes.

NIJ is also interested in understanding how the outcomes associated with a specific combination of attributes may differ based on the type of encounter; including understanding how the importance of specific attributes may vary based on the type of encounter.
Agency: Department of Justice

Office: National Institute of Justice

Estimated Funding: $2,000,000

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