Elizabeth Groff, Ph.D., Temple University
Crime and Place, Policing, Geographic Information Science, Agent-based Simulation Modeling
Primary Contact: Elizabeth Groff, Associate Professor
Department of Criminal Justice
531 Gladfelter Hall
1115 Polett Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Number of Faculty: 1
Certified in Human Subjects Training (e.g., citi tran): Yes
Justice Agencies likely to collaborate with:
Type of Outreach/Activities Engages In:
Evaluation, Randomized Experiments, Technical Assistance
Grant Writing Expertise: Yes
Past sources of research funding:
CO-PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR (with Travis Taniguchi). “Translating ‘Near Repeat’ Theory into a Geospatial Policing Strategy: A Randomized Experiment Testing a Theoretically-Informed Strategy for Preventing Residential Burglary.” Funded by the National Institute of Justice.
CO-PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR (with Jennifer Wood and NYPD). “Testing the effective components of hot spot policing response teams.” Funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance under the Smart Policing Program.
Indirect Cost Rates:
Indirect cost rates vary over time, and by the source of funds. Rates for 2011 are: 26% for off-campus work and 38.8% for on-campus work.
Organizational policies on the use of collected data:
Funding agency policies are used regarding archiving and use of data.
Organizational policies on publications:
Negotiated with funding agency
Number of Graduate Research Assistants: Varies
Number of Administrative Assistants and Staff: 1