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Recipient Purpose Term Amount
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research To identify critical lessons about re-entry initiatives and educate key stakeholders. 2018 - 2019 $48,954
American Probation and Parole Association To host a forum to help executive-level probation and parole agency leaders reorient their agencies to promote success. 2019 $25,000
Pew Charitable Trusts To conduct research on electronic monitoring. 2015 - 2017 $556,875
Regents of the University of Minnesota To review research related to community corrections policies and practices. 2018 - 2019 $103,990
Research Foundation of the City University of New York To develop, launch, and manage the Reducing Revocations Challenge. 2019 - 2021 Up To $2,631,318
Texas Public Policy Foundation To raise awareness about community supervision practices and reforms. 2018 - 2020 $699,920
The Council of State Governments To produce a national snapshot of the impact of probation and parole revocations on prison admissions, prison populations, and related costs . 2018 - 2019 $185,000
The Regents of the University of California, Los Angeles To evaluate the use, operation, and outcomes associated with assigning defendants to community service. 2018 - 2019 $292,954
Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York To establish the Community Corrections Administrators for Justice. 2018 - 2021 $500,000
University of Cincinnati To examine monetary sanctions in community corrections in seven states. 2018 - 2022 Up To $2,697,998
Urban Institute To assess the impact of three community supervision policy reforms. 2018 - 2020 $749,668
Urban Institute To design and pilot a procedural justice curriculum for probation officers. 2018 - 2023 Up To $1,057,227
Washington State University Foundation To research a community supervision model in Washington state. 2014 - 2016 $75,000
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