Enhancements    

CRIME AND VICTIMIZATION ON THE US-MEXICO BORDER: A COMPARISON OF LEGAL RESIDENTS, ILLEGAL RESIDENTS AND NATIVE-BORN CITIZENS IN EL PASO TEXAS

CRIME AND VICTIMIZATION ON THE US-MEXICO BORDER: A COMPARISON OF LEGAL RESIDENTS, ILLEGAL RESIDENTS AND NATIVE-BORN CITIZENS IN EL PASO TEXAS
PI: Jennifer Eno Louden
Co-PI: Theodore Curry
Sponsor: NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE
Psychology
Amount awarded: $521,701

In partnership with the El Paso Sheriff′s Office, this research project will collect and analyze U.S. Census data and Sheriff’s Office data to examine the extent to which patterns of criminal behavior differ across natural-born citizens, legal immigrants, and illegal immigrants after controlling for individual- and neighborhood-level characteristics.

Posting date: Tue, 09/17/2019

Award start date: Wed, 01/01/2020
Award end date: Sat, 12/31/2022