Center for Crime & Justice Policy Research, Suffolk University
Criminal Justice Policy and Evaluation, Corrections, Juvenile Justice, Community Initiatives
Maureen Norton-Hawk - Corrections, Drugs, Sentencing, Women & Crime, Criminal Justice Policy & Evaluation
Erika Gebo - Juvenile Justice, Gangs, Comprehensive Initiatives, Criminal Justice Policy & Evaluation
Primary Contact: Maureen Norton-Hawk, Co-Director
8 Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108
Website Address: http://www.cas.suffolk.edu/college/1497.html
Number of Faculty: 2
Certified in Human Subjects Training (e.g., citi tran): Yes
Justice Agencies likely to collaborate with:
Federal, state, local justice agencies as well as local community consortiums.
Type of Outreach/Activities Engages In:
Graduate and undergraduate research assistantships
Grant Writing Expertise: Yes
Past sources of research funding:
States (MA, NH, RI)
Longitudinal evaluation of formerly incarcerated women.
Action research evaluations of two gang reduction comprehensive community initiatives.
Indirect Cost Rates:
Federal Indirect Cost Rate (F&A)
76% of salary and wages (on campus rate)
30% of salary and wages (off campus rate)
Non-Federal Indirect Cost Rates
Typically use sponsor recommended rate. If none listed, we use standard University rate of 15% x Total Direct Costs (personnel plus non-personnel expenses).
Organizational policies on the use of collected data:
Use of data, stripped of identifiers, is used for publication and teaching purposes. Requests to limit data use can be negotiated.
Organizational policies on publications:
Publications are made available to the public once they have been published. Work in progress or forthcoming availability is subject to author(s)'s discretion.
Number of Graduate Research Assistants: 2
Number of Administrative Assistants and Staff: 1