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NIJ FY06 Sensors & Surveillance: The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) is seeking concept papers for research and development of sensor or surveillance technologies, or novel applications of those technologies, to address specific needs in criminal justice. NIJ is particularly interested in three areas: 1. Concealed weapons detection (CWD) at a safe distance. 2. Through-the-wall surveillance (TWS) for locating and/or tracking individuals within buildings. 3. Other novel sensor or surveillance technologies, applications, or support functions for specific criminal justice applications. Applicants should clearly identify in their application title and abstract the area for which they are applying (CWD, TWS, or Novel).