SPI Overview

Site NameSite CohortSite ResearcherSite FocusSite Strategy
Shoreline, Washington2015Charlotte Gill, Ph.D., George Mason University and Breanne Cave, Ph.D., Police FoundationMental Health DisorderEvidence-based interventions for mentally ill, Multi-agency collaboration
St. Louis County, Missouri2020Violent crime reductionCrime analysis assessment
St. Louis, Missouri2016Beth Huebner, Ph.D., University of Missouri - St. Louis & Joseph Schafer, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University - CarbondaleViolent Crime, Gun ViolenceHot spot policing, offender-oriented policing, criminal justice system collaboration
St. Louis, Missouri2018Dennis Mares, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University EdwardsvilleViolent crime, Gun violenceTechnology implementation, Hot spot policing
Suffolk County, New York2020Dr. Dora Vertenten, University of Southern CaliforniaGang-involved crimeSupporting innovation
Syracuse, New York2017The John Finn InstituteGun ViolenceOffender-focused policing, Hot-spot policing
Tempe, Arizona2017White, Ph.D., Arizona State UniversityOrganizational changeCommunity engagement, Community-oriented policing, Crisis Intervention Training
Toledo, Ohio2014Richard R. Johnson, Ph.D., and Shanhe Jiang, Ph.D., University of ToledoViolent CrimeProblem-oriented policing, Offender-based policing
Wilmington, Delaware2017The Police FoundationGun ViolenceTechnology Implementation, Hot-spot policing, Data-driven policing
Winston-Salem, North Carolina2009Denise Nation, Ph.D., Winston-Salem State UniversityDrugs, Violent CrimePlace-based policing, Intelligence-led policing