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  • Public Policy Institute Home
    Up Publications Quick Search Advanced Search Projects Quick Search Advanced Search Go to image 1 Go to image 2 Go to image 3 Go to image 4 Go to image 5 Featured Stories Offering choices informing debate February 17 Click photo for Center for Criminal Justice Research Traffic Safety In a politicized and polarized world leaders and citizens need objective and data based information to make good decisions The IU Public Policy Institute provides that information No spin No agenda No party affiliation Just information based on research and expert analysis It s a rare commodity in today s world but it s essential to setting the right course for our communities and our state The IU Public Policy Institute is a collaborative multidisciplinary research institute within the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs The Institute serves as an umbrella organization for research centers affiliated with SPEA including the Center for Urban Policy and the Environment and the Center for Criminal Justice Research The Institute also supports the Indiana Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations IACIR One of our current projects Policy Choices for Indiana s Future explores three important policy areas Workforce and Education State and Local Tax

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  • IU Public Policy Institute: Faculty Leadership
    an adjunct professor of law at the Indiana University School of Law Indianapolis More Douglas Noonan Ph D Douglas Noonan will join SPEA in January 2013 as an associate professor and director of research at the Indiana University Public Policy Institute which is housed within SPEA Noonan s research focuses on a variety of urban environment and policy issues including the built environment green building and energy policy topics As a co principal investigator he has won National Science Foundation awards to study nanotechnology energy policy issues optimal air quality ecological and spatial modeling and green urban revitalizations Noonan has also studied neighborhood dynamics and urban amenities as well as historic preservation and Empowerment Zones Noonan earned his Ph D and M A in public policy at the University of Chicago and completed his undergraduate work on international studies at the University of Washington More Samuel Nunn Ph D Sam Nunn serves as director of the Center for Criminal Justice Research and a professor at the IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs Since joining SPEA in 1993 he has served as associate director of the Center for Urban Policy and the Environment and directed research efforts in a number

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  • Public Policy Institute :: Home
    Mailing Sign Up Publications Quick Search Advanced Search Projects Quick Search Advanced Search Who We Are Leadership About the Institute People Services and Expertise Contact Us IU Public Policy Institute Board of Advisors CHAIRMAN Randall T Shepard Former Chief Justice Supreme Court of Indiana Indianapolis IN CO CHAIRMAN Mark D Miles President CEO Central Indiana Corporate Partnership Indianapolis IN David J Bennett Executive Director Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne Fort Wayne IN Susan Brooks General Counsel and Senior V P for Workforce Economic Development IVY Tech Indianapolis IN Kathy Davis Principal Davis Design Group Indianapolis IN Mark Gerstle Vice President CAO Cummins Inc Columbus IN David P Lewis Vice President Global Taxes Chief Tax Executive Assistant Treasurer Eli Lilly and Company Indianapolis IN Greg Lindsey Professor and Associate Dean Hubert H Humphrey Institute for Public Affairs U of MN Minneapolis MN Mark T Maassel President and CEO Northwest Indiana Forum and of counsel Kreig DeVault Portage IN Jamie P Merisotis President CEO Lumina Foundation for Education Indianapolis IN Zachary Scott President UPS Ohio Valley District Indianapolis IN Patrick A Shoulders Partner and Vice President IU Board of Trustees Ziemer Stayman Weitzel Shoulders LLP Evansville IN Ex Officio Members INSTITUTE

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  • IU Public Policy Institute: About the Institute
    the Institute leads a team of experienced faculty and staff with expertise in policy analysis program evaluation facilitation and planning Our research provides a neutral voice to dialogues among political and community leaders who need to understand the long term effects of policy decisions The Institute serves as an umbrella organization for research centers affiliated with SPEA including the Center for Urban Policy and the Environment and the Center for

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  • People
    Work eNews Mailing Sign Up Publications Quick Search Advanced Search Projects Quick Search Advanced Search Who We Are Leadership About the Institute People Services and Expertise Contact Us People Institute Leadership Board of Advisors Scholars Staff Students John Krauss Director 317 261 3006 jkrauss iupui edu SPEA Profile IU School of Law Profile Douglas Noonan Director of Research 317 261 3023 SPEA Profile Samuel Nunn Director of Criminal Justice Research

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  • Public Policy Institue: Contact Us
    We Are Leadership About the Institute People Services and Expertise Contact Us Contact Us 334 N Senate Avenue Suite 300 Indianapolis IN 46204 Tel 317 261 3000 Fax 317 261 3050 Email Choose recipient Public Policy Institute iuppi iu edu Center for Urban Policy and the Environment urbanctr iupui edu Center for Criminal Justice Research iuccjr iupui edu Required only if you wish to be on our mailing list or

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  • Center for Urban Policy and the Environment
    life for all Hoosiers An applied research organization CUPE was created by the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs in 1992 The Center works in partnership with community leaders business and civic organizations nonprofits and government CUPE s work is focused on urban policy intergovernmental cooperation community and economic development housing environmental issues and fiscal affairs research essential to developing strategies to strengthen Indiana s economy and quality of life Indianapolis Cultural Trail sees thousands of users during Super Bowl The Indianapolis Cultural Trail was designed to be an urban trail that could connect residents and visitors to the downtown cultural districts while providing a network that could encourage healthy activity public engagement and promote the walkability of the city To evaluate the usage and understand the trail s potential capability counting devices were placed at two locations along the trail at Alabama Street and on the Glick Peace Walk for a three week observation period during the Super Bowl During the three week observation period the Alabama Street location recorded over 11 600 usage counts while the Glick Peace Walk location recorded nearly 4 000 The data indicate that large downtown events can boost trail usage Super Bowl weekend Friday February 3 through Sunday February 5 resulted in increased trail usage at both locations At the Alabama Street location of the 11 649 total user counts nearly one third 30 percent occurred during Super Bowl weekend Equally impressive the Super Bowl weekend counts at the Peace Walk accounted for nearly one fourth 24 percent of the total 3 870 user counts To download the PDF click here Latest News Drew Klacik responds to the Urbanophile s Why I Don t Live in Indianapolis blog post Drew Klacik of the IU Public Policy Institute recently responded to a

    Original URL path: http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/urban/index.aspx (2012-11-17)
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  • Center for Criminal Justice Research
    applied research on criminal justice and public safety issues CCJR provides analysis evaluation and assistance to criminal justice agencies and community information and education on public safety questions Created in 2008 by the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs CCJR faculty and staff have worked with SPEA and the Center for Urban Policy and the Environment on criminal justice and public safety research projects dating back to 1992 Some of the issues CCJR addresses include crime prevention criminal justice systems policing traffic safety and youth Indiana Crash Facts 2011 Released Designing and implementing effective traffic safety policies requires data driven analysis of traffic collisions To help in the policy making process the Center for Criminal Justice Research CCJR collaborates annually with the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute ICJI to analyze data from the Automated Reporting Information Exchange System ARIES database maintained by the Indiana State Police Each year CCJR summarizes research findings in a series of publications focused on various aspects of traffic collisions including driver history alcohol related crashes child passenger safety motorcycles trucks dangerous driving occupant protection and young drivers Portions of the content in these publications are based on guidelines provided by the U S National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA Indiana Crash Facts 2011 provides a comprehensive summary of 2011 traffic collision statistics and trends including a section on problem identification related to goals defined in the Indiana Strategic Highway Safety Plan and a set of detailed analyses of individuals and vehicles involved in collisions and collision characteristics and contributing circumstances such as alcohol involvement speeding work zones and motorcycles The book concludes with a section devoted to county level analyses that includes a number of maps illustrating county data by these same variables Latest News Report examines incarceration practices for D and C felony

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