NIJ seeks proposals for research on trafficking in human beings that will inform policy and practice on a local, state, and national basis. Through this solicitation, individuals are encouraged to submit research and evaluation proposals that will improve the criminal justice knowledge base about the incidence, prevention, detection, investigation, and prosecution of human trafficking. Applicants may wish to direct their proposed research to the topics articulated in the following sections or to develop research that builds on them. Nonetheless, all proposals should be for research with direct, immediate, and obvious implications for policy and practice in the United States.
Who can apply:
Eligible functional categories:
National Institute of Justice Research, Evaluation, and Development Project Grants
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