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Grant Writer Request #12152017A

Primary Purpose:
Secure funding to evaluate bail reform before and post federal court class-action suit.
Programming and Dollar Needs:
We are replicating a peer-reviewed 3-yr(2012-2015) longitudinal study of the consequences of wealth-based detention on defendants arrested for misdemeanors. We wish to replicate the research methodology of defendants arrested post-federal court intervention in 2018. The randomly selected population will be tracked 36 months in bail vs. detained effects on bail & sentences, $150-200K.
Project Description:
Provide your hourly rate for research and locating grants for: 20 hours per month for 1 months.   For a total of 20 hours.
The grant writer must have experience assisting with a major proposal submitted to National Institute of Justice National and Intelligence Council by our nonprofit organization staff and research experts. The big job is gleaning defendant records in the county's computerized information system and employing a regression probability model measuring defendants' legal and extralegal factors affecting bail and sentence disparities and pretrial misconduct and recidivism. Essentially comparing "before" to "after" reform cohorts' outcomes.
Provide your hourly rate for writing curriculum for: 3 hours per week for 4 weeks.   For a total of 12 hours.
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The Grant Writer should be ready to begin work on: Immediately
Organizational Status:
Our organization is a(n): 501c3
Our company is in existence for: 3 Year(s)
We presently provide or will be providing services in the geographic areas of: Texas
Current Revenue:
Grant History:
This will be our first time applying for grant funding.
I have written numerous peer-reviewed Criminal Justice articles and published one book.
We have previously received $400,000 in grant funds.
We do not have a copy of our previously written grant application(s).
I have administered National Institute of Justice, National Intelligence Council and LEAA grants when affiliated with State agencies; Ohio Youth Commission Research, University of Maryland College Park and Institute of Criminal Justice & Research. Published major research grant study on effects of economic sanctions. Awarded Researcher of the Year in 1988.
We do not have a fundraising packet.
We have an agency mission statement.