Current Funded Research Projects

Elaine Doherty (Co-Investigator). How Drugs, Crime, and Criminal Justice Involvement Influence the Lives and Deaths of an Urban African American Cohort Followed for 45 Years. National Institute of Drug Abuse.

Elaine Doherty (Co-Investigator). Understanding the Aging Process of Urban African Americans Across the Life Course: Identifying Early Risk and Protection for Cognition and Health in Midlife. National Institutes of Health.

Finn-Aage Esbensen (Principal Investigator). Comprehensive Safe Schools Initiative. National Institute of Justice.

Beth M. Huebner (Principal Investigator). Saint Louis County Safety + Justice Challenge. John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

Beth M. Huebner (Principal Investigator). Police Prosecutor Partnership Initiative. City of St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.

Beth M. Huebner (Principal Investigator). Multi-site Study of Monetary Sanctions. University of Washington.

David Klinger (Principal Investigator). Correlates of Police Homicides in the US. University of Southern California.

Richard Rosenfeld (Principal Investigator).  Evaluating the law enforcement, prosecutor, and court response to firearm-related crimes in St. Louis. National Institute of Justice.

Lee Ann Slocum (Principal Investigator). Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED). City of St. Louis Department of Health.

Lee Ann Slocum (Principal Investigator). Misdemeanor Justice Research Network. City University of New York.


Past Funded Research Projects

Finn-Aage Esbensen (Principal Investigator). Gang Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T.) EvaluationNational Institute of Justice.

Terrance J. Taylor (Principal Investigator). Project R.E.S.T.O.R.E. St. Louis County.


Faculty Books and Monographs