SPI Overview

Site Name Site Cohort Site Researcher Site Focus Site Strategy
San Diego, California 2010 Cynthia Burke, Ph.D., Sandy Keaton, M.A., and Debbie Correia, San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) Gangs Place-based policing, Offender-based policing, Intelligence-led policing
Savannah, Georgia 2009 Adam Bossler, Ph.D., Georgia Southern University, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Violent Offenders Place-based policing, Offender-based policing
Shawnee, Kansas 2011 Kevin Bryant, Ph.D., Benedictine College Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) Place-based policing, Offender-based policing
Shoreline, Washington 2015 Charlotte Gill, Ph.D., George Mason University and Breanne Cave, Ph.D., Police Foundation Mental Health Disorder Evidence-based interventions for mentally ill, Multi-agency collaboration
St. Louis, Missouri 2016 Beth Huebner, Ph.D., University of Missouri - St. Louis & Joseph Schafer, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University - Carbondale Violent Crime, Gun Violence Hot spot policing, offender-oriented policing, criminal justice system collaboration
St. Louis, Missouri 2018 Dennis Mares, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Violent crime, Gun violence Technology implementation, Hot spot policing
Syracuse, New York 2017 The John Finn Institute Gun Violence Offender-focused policing, Hot-spot policing
Tempe, Arizona 2017 White, Ph.D., Arizona State University, Janne Gaub, Ph.D., Arizona State University, & Natalie Todak, ABD, Arizona State University Organizational change Community engagement, Community-oriented policing, Crisis Intervention Training
Toledo, Ohio 2014 Richard R. Johnson, Ph.D., and Shanhe Jiang, Ph.D., University of Toledo Violent Crime Problem-oriented policing, Offender-based policing
Wilmington, Delaware 2017 The Police Foundation Gun Violence Technology Implementation, Hot-spot policing, Data-driven policing

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