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    Criminology and Public Policy

    Criminology and Public Policy

    2001,  Vol.1                      

    2002,  Vol.1,2                   

    2003,  Vol.2,3                     

    2004,  Vol.3                      

    2005,  Vol.4                      

    2006,  Vol.5

    2007,  Vol.6

    2008,  Vol.7

    2009,  Vol.8

    2010,  Vol.9

    2011,  Vol.10

    2012,  Vol.11
    2013,  Vol.12

    2014,  Vol.13
    2015,  Vol.14
    2016,  Vol.15


     

    Criminology and Public Policy, 2001,  Vol.1

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    TERRIE E. MOFFITT, RICHARD W. ROBINS, AVSHALOM CASPI

    A COUPLES ANALYSIS OF PARTNER ABUSE WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR ABUSE-PREVENTION POLICY (

     No.1 November

     pp. 5- 36

    JANET L. LAURITSEN, NORMAN A. WHITE

    PUTTING VIOLENCE IN ITS PLACE: THE INFLUENCE OF RACE, ETHNICITY, GENDER, AND PLACE ON THE RISK FOR VIOLENCE

     No.1 November

     pp. 37- 60

    DENISE C. GOTTFREDSON, GARY D. GOTTFREDSON, STEPHANIE A. WEISMAN

    THE TIMING OF DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS

     No.1 November

     pp. 61- 86

    <FINN-AAGE ESBENSEN, D. WAYNE OSGOOD, TERRANCE J. TAYLOR, DANA PETERSON, ADRIENNE FRENG>

    HOW GREAT IS G.R.E.A.T.? RESULTS FROM A LONGITUDINAL QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN

     No.1 November

     pp. 87- 118

    <EDMUND F. McGARRELL, STEVEN CHERMAK, ALEXANDER WEISS, JEREMY WILSON>

    REDUCING FIREARMS VIOLENCE THROUGH DIRECTED POLICE PATROL

     No.1 November

     pp. 119- 148

    Criminology and Public Policy, 2002,  Vol.1,2

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    CHRISTOPHER S. KOPER

    FEDERAL LEGISLATION AND GUN MARKETS: HOW MUCH HAVE RECENT REFORMS OF THE FEDERAL FIREARMS LICENSING SYSTEM REDUCED CRIMINAL GUN SUPPLIERS?

     No.2 March

     pp. 151- 178

    DEBORAH AZRAEL

    REDUCTION IN FFLS: A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

     No.2 March

     pp. 179- 182

    JAMES B. JACOBS

    CRIME CONTROL VIA FEDERAL DEALER REGULATION

     No.2 March

     pp. 183- 186

    <ADELE HARRELL, OJMARRH MITCHELL, ALEXA HIRST, DOUGLAS MARLOWE, JEFFREY MERRILL>

    BREAKING THE CYCLE OF DRUGS AND CRIME: FINDINGS FROM THE BIRMINGHAM BTC DEMONSTRATION

     No.2 March

     pp. 189- 216

    RUDY HAAPANEN, LEE BRITTON

    DRUG TESTING FOR YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS ON PAROLE: AN EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION

     No.2 March

     pp. 217- 244

    RIC CURTIS

    QUALITY OF LIFE OBSESSIONS AND THE MICRO-MANAGEMENT OF BEHAVIOR

     No.2 March

     pp. 245- 250

    GARY ZAJAC

    KNOWLEDGE CREATION, UTILIZATION AND PUBLIC POLICY: HOW DO WE KNOW WHAT WE KNOW IN CRIMINOLOGY?

     No.2 March

     pp. 251- 254

    BONNIE S. FISHER, FRANCIS T. CULLEN, MICHAEL G. TURNER

    BEING PURSUED: STALKING VICTIMIZATION IN A NATIONAL STUDY OF COLLEGE WOMEN

     No.2 March

     pp. 257- 308

    <BRENT L. SMITH, KELLY R. DAMPHOUSSE, FREEDOM JACKSON, AMY SELLERS>

    THE PROSECUTION AND PUNISHMENT OF INTERNATIONAL TERRORISTS IN FEDERAL COURTS: 1980 1998

     No.3 July

     pp. 311- 338

    LAURA K. DONOHUE

    BIAS, NATIONAL SECURITY AND MILITARY TRIBUNALS

     No.3 July

     pp. 339- 344

    AUSTIN T. TURK

    CONFRONTING ENEMIES FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC: AN AMERICAN DILEMMA?

     No.3 July

     pp. 345- 350

    KATHLEEN AUERHAHN

    SELECTIVE INCAPACITATION, THREE STRIKES, AND THE PROBLEM OF AGING PRISON POPULATIONS: USING SIMULATION MODELING TO SEE THE FUTURE

     No.3 July

     pp. 353- 388

    MARC MAUER

    ANALYZING AND RESPONDING TO THE DRIVING FORCES OF PRISON POPULATION GROWTH

     No.3 July

     pp. 389- 392

    CARLISLE E. MOODY

    SIMULATION MODELING AND POLICY ANALYSIS

     No.3 July

     pp. 393- 398

    TOMISLAV V. KOVANDZIC, JOHN J. SLOAN III, LYNNE M. VIERAITIS

    UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF POLITICALLY POPULAR SENTENCING POLICY: THE HOMICIDE PROMOTING EFFECTS OF THREE STRIKES IN U.S. CITIES (1980 1999)

     No.3 July

     pp. 399- 424

    SCOTT D. CAMP, GERALD G. GAES

    GROWTH AND QUALITY OF U.S. PRIVATE PRISONS: EVIDENCE FROM A NATIONAL SURVEY

     No.3 July

     pp. 427- 450

    DENNIS JAY KENNEY

    RESEARCH AND THE PUBLIC POLICY PROCESS

     No.1 November

     pp. 1- 6

    JIHONG SOLOMON ZHAO, MATTHEW C. SCHEIDER, QUINT THURMAN

    FUNDING COMMUNITY POLICING TO REDUCE CRIME: HAVE COPS GRANTS MADE A DIFFERENCE?

     No.1 November

     pp. 7- 32

    MARK H. MOORE

    THE LIMITS OF SOCIAL SCIENCE IN GUIDING POLICY

     No.1 November

     pp. 33- 42

    TIMOTHY N. OETTMEIER

    THE PURSUIT OF GRANTS PROVIDES POLICY CHALLENGES FOR POLICE EXECUTIVES

     No.1 November

     pp. 43- 50

    CHRISTOPHER D. MAXWELL, JOEL H. GARNER, JEFFREY A. FAGAN

    THE PREVENTIVE EFFECTS OF ARREST ON INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE: RESEARCH, POLICY AND THEORY

     No.1 November

     pp. 51- 80

    MEDA CHESNEY-LIND

    CRIMINALIZING VICTIMIZATION: THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF PRO-ARREST POLICIES FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN

     No.1 November

     pp. 81- 90

    DREW HUMPHRIES

    NO EASY ANSWERS: PUBLIC POLICY, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

     No.1 November

     pp. 91- 96

    <LORRAINE MAZEROLLE, DENNIS ROGAN, JAMES FRANK, CHRISTINE FAMEGA, JOHN E. ECK>

    MANAGING CITIZEN CALLS TO THE POLICE: THE IMPACT OF BALTIMORE'S 3-1-1 CALL SYSTEM

     No.1 November

     pp. 97- 124

    LESLIE W. KENNEDY

    ISSUES IN MANAGING CITIZENS CALLS TO THE POLICE

     No.1 November

     pp. 125- 128

    BRANDON C. WELSH

    TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS FOR POLICING: CRIME PREVENTION AS THE BOTTOM LINE

     No.1 November

     pp. 129- 132

    DAVID H. BAYLEY

    LAW ENFORCEMENT AND THE RULE OF LAW: IS THERE A TRADEOFF?

     No.1 November

     pp. 133- 154

    PAUL G. CHEVIGNY

    CONFLICT OF RIGHTS AND KEEPING ORDER

     No.1 November

     pp. 155- 160

    JAMES O. FINCKENAUER

    LAWS, RULES, AND POLICE POLICY

     No.1 November

     pp. 161- 166

    Criminology and Public Policy, 2003,  Vol.2,3

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    DENISE C. GOTTFREDSON, STACY S. NAJAKA, BROOK KEARLEY

    EFFECTIVENESS OF DRUG TREATMENT COURTS: EVIDENCE FROM A RANDOMIZED TRIAL

     No.2 March

     pp. 171- 196

    JOHN S. GOLDKAMP

    THE IMPACT OF DRUG COURTS

     No.2 March

     pp. 197- 206

    ADELE HARRELL

    JUDGING DRUG COURTS: BALANCING THE EVIDENCE

     No.2 March

     pp. 207- 212

    <RICHARD A. BERK, HEATHER LADD, HEIDI GRAZIANO, JONG-HO BAEK>

    A RANDOMIZED EXPERIMENT TESTING INMATE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS

     No.2 March

     pp. 215- 242

    STEPHEN C. RICHARDS, JEFFREY IAN ROSS

    A CONVICT PERSPECTIVE ON THE CLASSIFICATION OF PRISONERS

     No.2 March

     pp. 243- 252

    JOHN WOOLDREDGE

    KEEPING PACE WITH EVOLVING PRISON POPULATIONS FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT

     No.2 March

     pp. 253- 258

    ROBERT C. DAVIS, BARBARA E. SMITH, BRUCE TAYLOR

    INCREASING THE PROPORTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ARRESTS THAT ARE PROSECUTED: A NATURAL EXPERIMENT IN MILWAUKEE

     No.2 March

     pp. 263- 282

    LAURA DUGAN

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LEGISLATION: EXPLORING ITS IMPACT ON THE LIKELIHOOD OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, POLICE INVOLVEMENT, AND ARREST

     No.2 March

     pp. 283- 312

    REBECCA EMERSON DOBASH

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: ARREST, PROSECUTION, AND REDUCING VIOLENCE

     No.2 March

     pp. 313- 318

    FAITH E. LUTZE, MEGAN L. SYMONS

    THE EVOLUTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE POLICY THROUGH MASCULINE INSTITUTIONS: FROM DISCIPLINE TO PROTECTION TO COLLABORATIVE EMPOWERMENT

     No.2 March

     pp. 319- 328

    PAUL KNEPPER

    FAITH, PUBLIC POLICY, AND THE LIMITS OF SOCIAL SCIENCE

     No.2 March

     pp. 331- 352

    FRANCIS T. CULLEN, JODY L. SUNDT

    REAFFIRMING EVIDENCE-BASED CORRECTIONS

     No.2 March

     pp. 353- 358

    TOMISLAV V. KOVANDZIC, THOMAS B. MARVELL

    RIGHT-TO-CARRY CONCEALED HANDGUNS AND VIOLENT CRIME: CRIME CONTROL THROUGH GUN DECONTROL?

     No.3 July

     pp. 363- 396

    JOHN J. DONOHUE III

    THE FINAL BULLET IN THE BODY OF THE MORE GUNS, LESS CRIME HYPOTHESIS

     No.3 July

     pp. 397- 410

    JENS LUDWIG

    EVALUATING GUN-POLICY EVALUATIONS

     No.3 July

     pp. 411- 418

    <DAVID WEISBURD, STEPHEN D. MASTROFSKI, ANN MARIE MCNALLY, ROSANN GREENSPAN, JAMES J. WILLIS>

    REFORMING TO PRESERVE: COMPSTAT AND STRATEGIC PROBLEM SOLVING IN AMERICAN POLICING

     No.3 July

     pp. 421- 456

    JOHN R. FIRMAN

    DECONSTRUCTING COMPSTAT TO CLARIFY ITS INTENT

     No.3 July

     pp. 457- 460

    DAVID A. KLINGER

    SPREADING DIFFUSION IN CRIMINOLOGY

     No.3 July

     pp. 461- 468

    MARK H. MOORE

    SIZING UP COMPSTAT: AN IMPORTANT ADMINISTRATIVE INNOVATION IN POLICING

     No.3 July

     pp. 469- 494

    SHANE D. JOHNSON, KATE J. BOWERS

    OPPORTUNITY IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER: THE ROLE OF PUBLICITY IN CRIME PREVENTION

     No.3 July

     pp. 497- 524

    SCOTT H. DECKER

    ADVERTISING AGAINST CRIME: THE POTENTIAL IMPACT OF PUBLICITY IN CRIME PREVENTION

     No.3 July

     pp. 525- 530

    LORRAINE MAZEROLLE

    THE PROS AND CONS OF PUBLICITY CAMPAIGNS AS A CRIME CONTROL TACTIC

     No.3 July

     pp. 531- 540

    CHARLES F. MANSKI

    CREDIBLE RESEARCH PRACTICES TO INFORM DRUG LAW ENFORCEMENT

     No.3 July

     pp. 543- 556

    JAMES AUSTIN

    WHY CRIMINOLOGY IS IRRELEVANT

     No.3 July

     pp. 557- 564

    PHILIP J. COOK

    MEETING THE DEMAND FOR EXPERT ADVICE ON DRUG POLICY

     No.3 July

     pp. 565- 570

    TIMOTHY O. IRELAND, TERENCE P. THORNBERRY, ROLF LOEBER

    VIOLENCE AMONG ADOLESCENTS LIVING IN PUBLIC HOUSING: A TWO-SITE ANALYSIS

     No.1 November

     pp. 3- 38

    SUSAN J. POPKIN

    BEYOND CRIME PREVENTION: HOW THE TRANSFORMATION OF PUBLIC HOUSING HAS CHANGED THE POLICY EQUATION

     No.1 November

     pp. 45- 52

    SUDHIR VENKATESH

    THE STATE IN PUBLIC HOUSING RESEARCH

     No.1 November

     pp. 53- 56

    LISA L. SAMPLE, TIMOTHY M. BRAY

    ARE SEX OFFENDERS DANGEROUS?

     No.1 November

     pp. 59- 82

    NATHANIEL J. PALLONE

    WITHOUT PLEA-BARGAINING, MEGAN KANKA WOULD BE ALIVE TODAY

     No.1 November

     pp. 83- 96

    RICHARD G. WRIGHT

    SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION AND NOTIFICATION: PUBLIC ATTENTION, POLITICAL EMPHASIS, AND FEAR

     No.1 November

     pp. 97- 104

    ANGELA R. GOVER, JOHN M. MACDONALD, GEOFFREY P. ALPERT

    COMBATING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: FINDINGS FROM AN EVALUATION OF A LOCAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COURT

     No.1 November

     pp. 109- 132

    BRENDA K. UEKERT

    THE VALUE OF COORDINATED COMMUNITY RESPONSES

     No.1 November

     pp. 133- 136

    STEVEN P. LAB

    LET'S PUT IT IN CONTEXT

     No.1 November

     pp. 39- 44

    Criminology and Public Policy, 2004,  Vol.3

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    STEPHEN METRAUX, DENNIS P. CULHANE

    HOMELESS SHELTER USE AND REINCARCERATION FOLLOWING PRISON RELEASE

     No.2 March

     pp. 139- 160

    CATERINA GOUVIS ROMAN

    A ROOF IS NOT ENOUGH: SUCCESSFUL PRISONER REINTEGRATION REQUIRES EXPERIMENTATION AND COLLABORATION

     No.2 March

     pp 161- 168

    FAYE S. TAXMAN

    RESEARCH AND RELEVANCE: LESSONS FROM THE PAST, THOUGHTS FOR THE FUTURE

     No.2 March

     pp 169- 180

    KRISTY HOLTFRETER, MICHAEL D. REISIG, MERRY MORASH

    POVERTY, STATE CAPITAL, AND RECIDIVISM AMONG WOMEN OFFENDERS

     No.2 March

     pp 185- 208

    JEANNE FLAVIN

    EMPLOYMENT COUNSELING, HOUSING ASSISTANCE AND AUNT YOLANDA?: HOW STRENGTHENING FAMILIES SOCIAL CAPITAL CAN REDUCE RECIDIVISM

     No.2 March

     pp 209- 216

    SANJEEV SRIDHARAN, DAVID GILLESPIE

    SUSTAINING PROBLEM-SOLVING CAPACITY IN COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS

     No.2 March

     pp 221- 250

    MARTHA R. BURT

    THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY: WE NEED A BETTER READ ON PROBLEM-SOLVING CAPACITY

     No.2 March

     pp 251- 258

    ANNE C. KUBISCH

    HAVE OUR METHODS TO STUDY COLLABORATION OUTPACED OUR METHODS TO SUSTAIN COLLABORATION?

     No.2 March

     pp 259- 264

    JAMES P. LYNCH, WILLIAM J. SABOL

    ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF MASS INCARCERATION ON INFORMAL SOCIAL CONTROL IN COMMUNITIES

     No.2 March

     pp 267- 294

    TRACEY L. MEARES

    MASS INCARCERATION: WHO PAYS THE PRICE FOR CRIMINAL OFFENDING?

     No.2 March

     pp 295- 302

    ANNE MORRISON PIEHL

    THE CHALLENGE OF MASS INCARCERATION

     No.2 March

     pp 303- 308

     

    SHOCKING THE CONSCIENCE: BEYOND THE ROUTINE ILLEGALITY OF POLICE SEARCHES

     No.3 July

     pp. 309- 314

    JON B. GOULD, STEPHEN D. MASTROFSKI

    SUSPECT SEARCHES: ASSESSING POLICE BEHAVIOR UNDER THE U.S. CONSTITUTION

     No.3 July

     pp. 315- 362

    BERNARD E. HARCOURT

    UNCONSTITUTIONAL POLICE SEARCHES AND COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY

     No.3 July

     pp. 363- 378

    JAMES J. FYFE

    STOPS, FRISKS, SEARCHES, AND THE CONSTITUTION

     No.3 July

     pp. 379- 396

    JAMES A. INCIARDI

    POLICY ISSUES IN THE SENTENCING OF DRUG OFFENDERS

     No.3 July

     pp. 397- 400

    ERIC L. SEVIGNY, JONATHAN P. CAULKINS

    KINGPINS OR MULES: AN ANALYSIS OF DRUG OFFENDERS INCARCERATED IN FEDERAL AND STATE PRISONS

     No.3 July

     pp. 401- 434

    MARK A.R. KLEIMAN

    TOWARD (MORE NEARLY) OPTIMAL SENTENCING FOR DRUG OFFENDERS

     No.3 July

     pp. 435- 440

    ETHAN A. NADELMANN

    CRIMINOLOGISTS AND PUNITIVE DRUG PROHIBITION: TO SERVE OR TO CHALLENGE?

     No.3 July

     pp. 441- 450

    RYAN SCOTT KING, MARC MAUER, TRACY HULING

    AN ANALYSIS OF THE ECONOMICS OF PRISON SITING IN RURAL COMMUNITIES

     No.3 July

     pp. 453- 480

    LEO CARROLL

    PRISON SITING, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, RACISM, AND JUSTICE REINVESTMENT

     No.3 July

     pp. 481- 488

    JAMES W. MARQUART

    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER

     No.3 July

     pp. 489- 492

    GREGORY SAVILLE

    SURVEILLANCE AND CRIME PREVENTION

     No.3 July

     pp. 493- 496

    BRANDON C. WELSH, DAVID P. FARRINGTON

    SURVEILLANCE FOR CRIME PREVENTION IN PUBLIC SPACE: RESULTS AND POLICY CHOICES IN BRITAIN AND AMERICA

     No.3 July

     pp. 497- 526

    TONY BURNS-HOWELL, TIM PASCOE

    CRIME PREVENTION EVALUATION: A REALISTIC FRAMEWORK BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND REALITY

     No.3 July

     pp. 527- 534

    DIANE L. ZAHM

    BRIGHTER IS BETTER. OR IS IT? THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS

     No.3 July

     pp. 535- 546

    EDWARD J. LATESSA

    THE CHALLENGE OF CHANGE: CORRECTIONAL PROGRAMS AND EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES

     No.4 November

     pp. 547- 560

    JUDITH APPEL, GLENN BACKES, JEREMY ROBBINS

    CALIFORNIA'S PROPOSITION 36: A SUCCESS RIPE FOR REFINEMENT AND REPLICATION

     No.4 November

     pp. 585- 592

    JAMES A. INCIARDI

    PROPOSITION 36: WHAT DID YOU REALLY EXPECT?

     No.4 November

     pp. 593- 598

    BARRY C. FELD

    JUVENILE TRANSFER

     No.4 November

     pp. 599- 604

    SANJEEV SRIDHARAN, LYNETTE GREENFIELD, BARON BLAKLEY

    A STUDY OF PROSECUTORIAL CERTIFICATION PRACTICE IN VIRGINIA

     No.4 November

     pp. 605- 632

    <DAVID FARABEE, YIH-ING HSER, M. DOUGLAS ANGLIN, DAVID HUANG>

    RECIDIVISM AMONG AN EARLY COHORT OF CALIFORNIA'S PROPOSITION 36 OFFENDERS

     No.4 November

     pp. 563- 584

    DONNA M. BISHOP

    INJUSTICE AND IRRATIONALITY IN CONTEMPORARY YOUTH POLICY

     No.4 November

     pp. 633- 644

    AARON KUPCHIK

    DIRECT FILE OF YOUTH TO CRIMINAL COURT: UNDERSTANDING THE PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL IMPLICATIONS

     No.4 November

     pp. 645- 650

    KATHLEEN DALY

    JUSTICE IN MANY ROOMS

     No.4 November

     pp. 651- 654

    DAVID R. KARP, KEVIN M. DRAKULICH

    MINOR CRIME IN A QUAINT SETTING: PRACTICES, OUTCOMES, AND LIMITS OF VERMONT REPARATIVE PROBATION BOARDS

     No.4 November

     pp. 655- 686

    CAROLYN BOYES-WATSON

    THE VALUE OF CITIZEN PARTICIPATION IN RESTORATIVE/COMMUNITY JUSTICE: LESSONS FROM VERMONT

     No.4 November

     pp. 687- 692

    ADAM CRAWFORD

    INVOLVING LAY PEOPLE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

     No.4 November

     pp. 693- 702

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    JAMES D. UNNEVER, FRANCIS T. CULLEN

    EXECUTING THE INNOCENT AND SUPPORT FOR CAPITAL PUNISHMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR PUBLIC POLICY

     No.1 February

     pp. 3- 38

    STEVEN E. BARKAN, STEVEN F. COHN

    ON REDUCING WHITE SUPPORT FOR THE DEATH PENALTY: A PESSIMISTIC APPRAISAL

     No.1 February

     pp. 39- 44

    AUSTIN SARAT

    INNOCENCE, ERROR, AND THE NEW ABOLITIONISM : A COMMENTARY

     No.1 February

     pp. 45- 54

    <WILLIAM D. BALES, LAURA E. BEDARD, SUSAN T. QUINN, DAVID T. ENSLEY, GLEN P. HOLLEY>

    RECIDIVISM OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE STATE PRISON INMATES IN FLORIDA

     No.1 February

     pp. 57- 82

    GERALD G. GAES

    PRISON PRIVATIZATION IN FLORIDA: PROMISE, PREMISE, AND PERFORMANCE

     No.1 February

     pp. 83- 88

    CHARLES W. THOMAS

    RECIDIVISM OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE STATE PRISON INMATES IN FLORIDA: ISSUES AND UNANSWERED QUESTIONS

     No.1 February

     pp. 89- 100

    NANCY RODRIGUEZ

    RESTORATIVE JUSTICE, COMMUNITIES, AND DELINQUENCY: WHOM DO WE REINTEGRATE?

     No.1 February

     pp. 103- 130

    GORDON BAZEMORE

    WHOM AND HOW DO WE REINTEGRATE? FINDING COMMUNITY IN RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

     No.1 February

     pp. 131- 148

    PETER K. MANNING

    PROBLEM SOLVING?

     No.2 May

     pp. 149- 154

    GARY CORDNER, ELIZABETH PERKINS BIEBEL

    PROBLEM- ORIENTED POLICING IN PRACTICE

     No.2 May

     pp. 155- 180

    STEVE HERBERT

    POP IN SAN DIEGO: A NOT-SO-LOCAL STORY

     No.2 May

     pp. 181- 186

    MARTIN INNES

    WHAT'S YOUR PROBLEM? SIGNAL CRIMES AND CITIZEN-FOCUSED PROBLEM SOLVING

     No.2 May

     pp. 187- 200

    JUDITH RUMGAY

    EVALUATING CORRECTIONAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS

     No.2 May

     pp. 201- 204

    SHELDON X. ZHANG, LENING ZHANG

    AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY REPEAT OFFENDER PREVENTION PROGRAM: ITS IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION

     No.2 May

     pp. 205- 236

    DAVID P. FARRINGTON

    EARLY IDENTIFICATION AND PREVENTIVE INTERVENTION: HOW EFFECTIVE IS THIS STRATEGY?

     No.2 May

     pp. 237- 248

    DORIS LAYTON MACKENZIE

    THE IMPORTANCE OF USING SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE TO MAKE DECISIONS ABOUT CORRECTIONAL PROGRAMMING

     No.2 May

     pp. 249- 258

    ARTHUR J. LURIGIO

    TAKING STOCK OF COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS

     No.2 May

     pp. 259- 262

    CHRISTOPHER T. LOWENKAMP, EDWARD J. LATESSA

    INCREASING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CORRECTIONAL PROGRAMMING THROUGH THE RISK PRINCIPLE: IDENTIFYING OFFENDERS FOR RESIDENTIAL PLACEMENT

     No.2 May

     pp. 263- 290

    JAMES M. BYRNE, FAYE S. TAXMAN

    CRIME (CONTROL) IS A CHOICE: DIVERGENT PERSPECTIVES ON THE ROLE OF TREATMENT IN THE ADULT CORRECTIONS SYSTEM

     No.2 May

     pp. 291- 310

    M. KAY HARRIS

    IN SEARCH OF COMMON GROUND: THE IMPORTANCE OF THEORETICAL ORIENTATIONS IN CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE

     No.2 May

     pp. 311- 328

    JAMES W. MARQUART

    BRINGING VICTIMS IN, BUT HOW FAR?

     No.2 May

     pp. 329- 332

    KATHRYN MORGAN, BRENT L. SMITH

    VICTIMS, PUNISHMENT, AND PAROLE: THE EFFECT OF VICTIM PARTICIPATION ON PAROLE HEARINGS

     No.2 May

     pp. 333- 360

    BARBARA SIMS, BERWOOD YOST, CHRISTINA ABBOTT

    USE AND NONUSE OF VICTIM SERVICES PROGRAMS: IMPLICATIONS FROM A STATEWIDE SURVEY OF CRIME VICTIMS

     No.2 May

     pp. 361- 384

    LAURA J. MORIARTY

    VICTIM PARTICIPATION AT PAROLE HEARINGS: BALANCING VICTIM, OFFENDER, AND PUBLIC INTEREST

     No.2 May

     pp. 385- 390

    MARY K. STOHR

    VICTIM SERVICES PROGRAMMING: IF IT IS EFFICACIOUS, THEY WILL COME

     No.2 May

     pp. 391- 398

    CHAD R. TRULSON

    VICTIMS' RIGHTS AND SERVICES: ELIGIBILITY, EXCLUSION, AND VICTIM WORTH

     No.2 May

     pp. 399- 414

    JEFFREY FAGAN

    POLICING AND THE CRIME DECLINE: AT LAST, THE ENLIGHTENMENT

     No.3 August

     pp. 415- 418

    RICHARD ROSENFELD, ROBERT FORNANGO,ERIC BAUMER

    DID CEASEFIRE, COMPSTAT, AND EXILE REDUCE HOMICIDE?

     No.3 August

     pp. 419- 449

    RICHARD A. BERK

    KNOWING WHEN TO FOLD 'EM: AN ESSAY ON EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF CEASEFIRE, COMPSTAT, AND EXILE

     No.3 August

     pp. 451- 465

    RICHARD ROSENFELD, ROBERT FORNANGO, ERIC BAUMER

    THE STRAW MAN BLUFF: REPLY TO BERK

     No.3 August

     pp. 467- 469

    ROBERT WEISBERG

    MEETING CONSUMER DEMAND IN MODERN CRIMINOLOGY

     No.3 August

     pp. 471- 477

    JOEL WALLMAN

    UNPACKING RECIDIVISM

     No.3 August

     pp. 479- 483

    JAMES A. WILSON

    BAD BEHAVIOR OR BAD POLICY? AN EXAMINATION OF TENNESSEE RELEASE COHORTS, 1993 2001

     No.3 August

     pp. 485- 518

    SHEILA ROYO MAXWELL

    RETHINKING THE BROAD SWEEP OF RECIDIVISM: A TASK FOR EVALUATORS

     No.3 August

     pp. 519- 526

    CHRISTOPHER D. MAXWELL

    PROSECUTING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

     No.3 August

     pp. 527- 534

    RICHARD R. PETERSON,JO DIXON

    COURT OVERSIGHT AND CONVICTION UNDER MANDATORY AND NONMANDATORY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASE FILING POLICIES

     No.3 August

     pp. 535- 557

    JOANNE BELKNAP, HILLARY POTTER

    THE TRIALS OF MEASURING THE SUCCESS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE POLICIES

     No.3 August

     pp. 559- 566

    JOEL GARNER

    WHAT DOES THE PROSECUTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE MEAN?

     No.3 August

     pp. 567- 573

    TRACEY L. MEARES

    GANGS & GANG-RELATED CRIME

     No.3 August

     pp. 575- 576

    CHERYL L. MAXSON, KAREN M. HENNIGAN, DAVID C. SLOANE

    IT'S GETTING CRAZY OUT THERE : CAN A CIVIL GANG INJUNCTION CHANGE A COMMUNITY?

     No.3 August

     pp. 577- 605

    JEAN MARIE MCGLOIN

    POLICY AND INTERVENTION CONSIDERATIONS OF A NETWORK ANALYSIS OF STREET GANGS

     No.3 August

     pp. 607- 635

    JEFFREY GROGGER

    WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT GANG INJUNCTIONS

     No.3 August

     pp. 637- 641

    ANDREW V. PAPACHRISTOS

    INTERPRETING INKBLOTS: DECIPHERING AND DOING SOMETHING ABOUT MODERN STREET GANGS

     No.3 August

     pp. 643- 651

    JACQUELYN C. CAMPBELL

    ASSESSING DANGEROUSNESS IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES: HISTORY, CHALLENGES, AND OPPORTUNITIES

     No.4 November

     pp. 653- 672

    CHARLES WELLFORD

    SPECIAL ISSUE ON GUN POLICY

     No.4 November

     pp. 673- 676

    JENS LUDWIG

    BETTER GUN ENFORCEMENT, LESS CRIME

     No.4 November

     pp. 677- 716

    ANTHONY A. BRAGA, GLENN L. PIERCE

    DISRUPTING ILLEGAL FIREARMS MARKETS IN BOSTON: THE EFFECTS OF OPERATION CEASEFIRE ON THE SUPPLY OF NEW HANDGUNS TO CRIMINALS

     No.4 November

     pp. 717- 748

    CHRISTOPHER S. KOPER

    PURCHASE OF MULTIPLE FIREARMS AS A RISK FACTOR FOR CRIMINAL GUN USE: IMPLICATIONS FOR GUN POLICY AND ENFORCEMENT

     No.4 November

     pp. 749- 778

    ALEX R. PIQUERO

    RELIABLE INFORMATION AND RATIONAL POLICY DECISIONS: DOES GUN RESEARCH FIT THE BILL?

     No.4 November

     pp. 779- 798

    RICHARD ROSENFELD

    FIREARMS RESEARCH AND THE CRIME DROP

     No.4 November

     pp. 799- 806

    RONAL W. SERPAS

    ILLEGAL GUN CRIMES: A VIEW FROM THE STREETS

     No.4 November

     pp. 807- 814

    Criminology and Public Policy, 2006,  Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    NATASHA A. FROST

    MANDATORY MINIMUM SENTENCING

     No.1 February

     pp. 1- 3

    NANCY MERRITT, TERRY FAIN, SUSAN TURNER

    OREGON'S GET TOUGH SENTENCING REFORM: A LESSON IN JUSTICE SYSTEM ADAPTATION

     No.1 February

     pp. 5- 36

    VANESSA BARKER

    DELIBERATING CRIME AND PUNISHMENT: A WAY OUT OF GET TOUGH JUSTICE?

     No.1 February

     pp. 37- 43

    MICHAEL TONRY

    CRIMINOLOGY, MANDATORY MINIMUMS, AND PUBLIC POLICY

     No.1 February

     pp. 45- 56

    GEORGE MAIR

    ELECTRONIC MONITORING, EFFECTIVENESS, AND PUBLIC POLICY

     No.1 February

     pp. 57- 59

    KATHY G. PADGETT, WILLIAM D. BALES, THOMAS G. BLOMBERG

    UNDER SURVEILLANCE: AN EMPIRICAL TEST OF THE EFFECTIVENESS AND CONSEQUENCES OF ELECTRONIC MONITORING

     No.1 February

     pp. 61- 91

    J. ROBERT LILLY

    ISSUES BEYOND EMPIRICAL EM REPORTS

     No.1 February

     pp. 93- 101

    MIKE NELLIS

    SURVEILLANCE, REHABILITATION, AND ELECTRONIC MONITORING: GETTING THE ISSUES CLEAR

     No.1 February

     pp. 103- 108

    THEODORE M. HAMMETT

    HIV IN PRISONS

     No.1 February

     pp. 109- 112

    CHRISTOPHER P. KREBS

    INMATE FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH HIV TRANSMISSION IN PRISON

     No.1 February

     pp. 113- 135

    KIMBERLY R. JACOB ARRIOLA

    DEBUNKING THE MYTH OF THE SAFE HAVEN: TOWARD A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF INTRAPRISON HIV TRANSMISSION

     No.1 February

     pp. 137- 147

    CURT G. BECKWITH, NICK ZALLER, JOSIAH D. RICH

    ADDRESSING THE HIV EPIDEMIC THROUGH QUALITY CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE

     No.1 February

     pp. 149- 155

    MARY BOSWORTH

    SELF- HARM IN WOMEN'S PRISONS

     No.1 February

     pp. 157- 159

    JENNIFER M. KILTY

    UNDER THE BARRED UMBRELLA: IS THERE ROOM FOR A WOMEN-CENTERED SELF-INJURY POLICY IN CANADIAN CORRECTIONS?

     No.1 February

     pp. 161- 182

    KELLY HANNAH-MOFFAT

    PANDORA'S BOX: RISK/NEED AND GENDER-RESPONSIVE CORRECTIONS

     No.1 February

     pp. 183- 192

    <JIM THOMAS, MARGARET LEAF, STEVE KAZMIERCZAK, JOSH STONE>

    SELF- INJURY IN CORRECTIONAL SETTINGS: PATHOLOGY OF PRISONS OR OF PRISONERS?

     No.1 February

     pp. 193- 202

    DAVID F. GREENBERG

    CRIMINOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND CRIME CONTROL POLICY: NOT A MARRIAGE MADE IN HEAVEN

     No.2 May

     pp. 203- 212

    TOMISLAV V. KOVANDZIC, LYNNE M. VIERAITIS

    THE EFFECT OF COUNTY- LEVEL PRISON POPULATION GROWTH ON CRIME RATES

     No.2 May

     pp. 213- 244

    RAYMOND V. LIEDKA, ANNE MORRISON PIEHL, BERT USEEM

    THE CRIME- CONTROL EFFECT OF INCARCERATION: DOES SCALE MATTER?

     No.2 May

     pp. 245- 276

    MICHAEL JACOBSON

    REVERSING THE PUNITIVE TURN: THE LIMITS AND PROMISE OF CURRENT RESEARCH

     No.2 May

     pp. 277- 284

    JOANNA SHEPHERD

    THE IMPRISONMENT PUZZLE: UNDERSTANDING HOW PRISON GROWTH AFFECTS CRIME

     No.2 May

     pp. 285- 298

    CHRISTY A. VISHER

    EFFECTIVE REENTRY PROGRAMS

     No.2 May

     pp. 299- 302

    JAMES A. WILSON, ROBERT C. DAVIS

    GOOD INTENTIONS MEET HARD REALITIES: AN EVALUATION OF THE PROJECT GREENLIGHT REENTRY PROGRAM

     No.2 May

     pp. 303- 338

    DOUGLAS B. MARLOWE

    WHEN WHAT WORKS NEVER DID: DODGING THE SCARLET M IN CORRECTIONAL REHABILITATION

     No.2 May

     pp. 339- 346

    EDWARD E. RHINE, TINA L. MAWHORR, EVALYN C. PARKS

    IMPLEMENTATION: THE BANE OF EFFECTIVE CORRECTIONAL PROGRAMS

     No.2 May

     pp. 347- 358

    DORIS LAYTON MACKENZIE

    AFTERCARE FOLLOWING A CORRECTIONAL BOOTCAMP MAY REDUCE RECIDIVISM

     No.2 May

     pp. 359- 362

    MEGAN KURLYCHEK, CYNTHIA KEMPINEN

    BEYOND BOOT CAMP: THE IMPACT OF AFTERCARE ON OFFENDER REENTRY

     No.2 May

     pp. 363- 388

    FAITH E. LUTZE

    BOOT CAMP PRISONS AND CORRECTIONS POLICY: MOVING FROM MILITARISM TO AN ETHIC OF CARE

     No.2 May

     pp. 389- 400

    JAMES P. LYNCH

    PRISONER REENTRY: BEYOND PROGRAM EVALUATION

     No.2 May

     pp. 401- 412

    PHILIP J. COOK

    THE DETERRENT EFFECTS OF CALIFORNIA'S PROPOSITION 8

     No.3 August

     pp. 413- 416

    CHERYL MARIE WEBSTER, ANTHONY N. DOOB, FRANKLIN E. ZIMRING

    PROPOSITION 8 AND CRIME RATES IN CALIFORNIA: THE CASE OF THE DISAPPEARING DETERRENT

     No.3 August

     pp. 417- 448

    STEVEN D. LEVITT

    THE CASE OF THE CRITICS WHO MISSED THE POINT: A REPLY TO WEBSTER ET AL.

     No.3 August

     pp. 449- 460

    SHAWN D. BUSHWAY, DAVID MCDOWALL

    HERE WE GO AGAIN CAN WE LEARN ANYTHING FROM AGGREGATE-LEVEL STUDIES OF POLICY INTERVENTIONS?

     No.3 August

     pp. 461- 470

    STEVEN RAPHAEL

    THE DETERRENT EFFECTS OF CALIFORNIA'S PROPOSITION 8: WEIGHING THE EVIDENCE

     No.3 August

     pp. 471- 478

    GREG POGARSKY

    CRIMINAL RECORDS, EMPLOYMENT, & RECIDIVISM

     No.3 August

     pp. 479- 482

    MEGAN C. KURLYCHEK, ROBERT BRAME, SHAWN D. BUSHWAY

    SCARLET LETTERS AND RECIDIVISM: DOES AN OLD CRIMINAL RECORD PREDICT FUTURE OFFENDING?

     No.3 August

     pp. 483- 504

    DEVAH PAGER

    EVIDENCE- BASED POLICY FOR SUCCESSFUL PRISONER REENTRY

     No.3 August

     pp. 505- 514

    STEVEN RAPHAEL

    SHOULD CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORDS BE UNIVERSALLY AVAILABLE?

     No.3 August

     pp. 515- 522

    MELVINA SUMTER

    FAITH-BASED PRISON PROGRAMS

     No.3 August

     pp. 523- 528

    <SCOTT D. CAMP, JODY KLEIN-SAFFRAN, OKYUN (KARL) KWON, DAWN M. DAGGETT, VICTORIA JOSEPH>

    AN EXPLORATION INTO PARTICIPATION IN A FAITH-BASED PRISON PROGRAM

     No.3 August

     pp. 529- 550

    JOHN D. HEWITT

    HAVING FAITH IN FAITH-BASED PRISON PROGRAMS

     No.3 August

     pp. 551- 558

    THOMAS P. O CONNOR, JEFF DUNCAN, FRANK QUILLARD

    CRIMINOLOGY AND RELIGION: THE SHAPE OF AN AUTHENTIC DIALOGUE

     No.3 August

     pp. 559- 570

    PETER R. JONES

    QUALITY MATTERS: FOR PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATIVE RESEARCH

     No.3 August

     pp. 571- 574

    CHRISTOPHER T. LOWENKAMP, EDWARD J. LATESSA, PAULA SMITH

    DOES CORRECTIONAL PROGRAM QUALITY REALLY MATTER? THE IMPACT OF ADHERING TO THE PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE INTERVENTION

     No.3 August

     pp. 575- 594

    DONALD A. ANDREWS

    ENHANCING ADHERENCE TO RISK-NEEDRESPONSIVITY: MAKING QUALITY A MATTER OF POLICY

     No.3 August

     pp. 595- 602

    WAYNE N. WELSH

    THE NEED FOR A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO PROGRAM PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT, AND EVALUATION

     No.3 August

     pp. 603- 614

    FRANKLIN E. ZIMRING

    THE NECESSITY AND VALUE OF TRANSNATIONAL COMPARATIVE STUDY: SOME PREACHING FROM A RECENT CONVERT

     No.4 November

     pp. 615- 622

    LAWRENCE F. TRAVIS III

    EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION : PUBLIC PREFERENCE FOR REHABILITATION

     No.4 November

     pp. 623- 625

    <DANIEL S. NAGIN, ALEX R. PIQUERO, ELIZABETH S. SCOTT, LAURENCE STEINBERG>

    PUBLIC PREFERENCES FOR REHABILITATION VERSUS INCARCERATION OF JUVENILE OFFENDERS: EVIDENCE FROM A CONTINGENT VALUATION SURVEY

     No.4 November

     pp. 627- 651

    DONNA M. BISHOP

    PUBLIC OPINION AND JUVENILE JUSTICE POLICY: MYTHS AND MISCONCEPTIONS

     No.4 November

     pp. 653- 664

    FRANCIS T. CULLEN

    IT'S TIME TO REAFFIRM REHABILITATION

     No.4 November

     pp. 665- 672

    THOMAS E. LENGYEL

    EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION : PARENTAL INCARCERATION AND CHILD WELFARE

     No.4 November

     pp. 673- 675

    <SUSAN D. PHILLIPS, ALAATTIN ERKANLI, GORDON P. KEELER, E. JANE COSTELLO, ADRIAN ANGOLD>

    DISENTANGLING THE RISKS: PARENT CRIMINAL JUSTICE INVOLVEMENT AND CHILDREN'S EXPOSURE TO FAMILY RISKS

     No.4 November

     pp. 677- 702

    DENISE JOHNSTON

    THE WRONG ROAD: EFFORTS TO UNDERSTAND THE EFFECTS OF PARENTAL CRIME AND INCARCERATION

     No.4 November

     pp. 703- 719

    JOSEPH MURRAY, DAVID P. FARRINGTON

    EVIDENCE- BASED PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN OF PRISONERS

     No.4 November

     pp. 721- 735

    WILLIAM BURRELL

    EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION : SCREENING FOR RISK OF VIOLENCE IN COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS

     No.4 November

     pp. 737- 741

    GARTH DAVIES, KELLY DEDEL

    VIOLENCE RISK SCREENING IN COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS

     No.4 November

     pp. 743- 769

    KATHLEEN AUERHAHN

    CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN THE PREDICTION OF DANGEROUS BEHAVIOR

     No.4 November

     pp. 771- 778

    ZACHARY DAL PRA

    COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS' QUEST TO PREDICT VIOLENCE

     No.4 November

     pp. 779- 784

    Criminology and Public Policy, 2007,  Vol.6

    Author

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    KATHERYN RUSSELL-BROWN

    CAN BLUE HELP YOU?

     No.1 February

     pp. 1- 3

    DAVID A. HARRIS

    THE IMPORTANCE OF RESEARCH ON RACE AND POLICING: MAKING RACE SALIENT TO INDIVIDUALS AND INSTITUTIONS WITHIN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

     No.1 February

     pp. 5- 23

    GEOFFREY P. ALPERT, ROGER G. DUNHAM, MICHAEL R. SMITH

    INVESTIGATING RACIAL PROFILING BY THE MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPARTMENT: A MULTIMETHOD APPROACH

     No.1 February

     pp. 25- 55

    RAMIRO MARTINEZ JR.

    INCORPORATING LATINOS AND IMMIGRANTS INTO POLICING RESEARCH

     No.1 February

     pp. 57- 64

    JEROME H. SKOLNICK

    RACIAL PROFILING THEN AND NOW

     No.1 February

     pp. 65- 70

    ROD K. BRUNSON

    POLICE DON'T LIKE BLACK PEOPLE : AFRICAN-AMERICAN YOUNG MEN'S ACCUMULATED POLICE EXPERIENCES

     No.1 February

     pp. 71- 101

    DELORES JONES-BROWN

    FOREVER THE SYMBOLIC ASSAILANT: THE MORE THINGS CHANGE, THE MORE THEY REMAIN THE SAME

     No.1 February

     pp. 103- 121

    ERIC A. STEWART

    EITHER THEY DON'T KNOW OR THEY DON'T CARE: BLACK MALES AND NEGATIVE POLICE EXPERIENCES

     No.1 February

     pp. 123- 130

    ANDREW GOLUB, BRUCE D. JOHNSON, ELOISE DUNLAP

    THE RACE/ETHNICITY DISPARITY IN MISDEMEANOR MARIJUANA ARRESTS IN NEW YORK CITY

     No.1 February

     pp. 131- 164

    BERNARD E. HARCOURT, JENS LUDWIG

    REEFER MADNESS: BROKEN WINDOWS POLICING AND MISDEMEANOR MARIJUANA ARRESTS IN NEW YORK CITY, 1989 2000

     No.1 February

     pp. 165- 181

    SCOTT H. DECKER

    THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE STREET AND PRISON

     No.2 May

     pp. 183- 186

    BETH M. HUEBNER, SEAN P. VARANO, TIMOTHY S. BYNUM

    GANGS, GUNS, AND DRUGS: RECIDIVISM AMONG SERIOUS, YOUNG OFFENDERS

     No.2 May

     pp. 187- 221

    MARIE GRIFFIN

    PRISON GANG POLICY AND RECIDIVISM: SHORT-TERM MANAGEMENT BENEFITS, LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES

     No.2 May

     pp. 223- 230

    JEAN MARIE MCGLOIN

    THE CONTINUED RELEVANCE OF GANG MEMBERSHIP

     No.2 May

     pp. 231- 240

    NATASHA A. FROST

    SECURING BORDERS & SAVING LIVES

     No.2 May

     pp. 241- 244

    ROB T. GUERETTE

    IMMIGRATION POLICY, BORDER SECURITY, AND MIGRANT DEATHS: AN IMPACT EVALUATION OF LIFE-SAVING EFFORTS UNDER THE BORDER SAFETY INITIATIVE

     No.2 May

     pp. 245- 266

    CYNTHIA L. BEJARANO

    SENSELESS DEATHS AND HOLDING THE LINE

     No.2 May

     pp. 267- 274

    MICHAEL WELCH

    DEADLY CONSEQUENCES: CRIME-CONTROL DISCOURSE AND UNWELCOME MIGRANTS

     No.2 May

     pp. 275- 282

    EDMUND F. MCGARRELL

    CHARACTERISTICS OF EFFECTIVE AND INEFFECTIVE AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS

     No.2 May

     pp. 283- 288

    DENISE C. GOTTFREDSON, AMANDA CROSS, DAVID A. SOULE

    DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS OF EFFECTIVE AND INEFFECTIVE AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS TO PREVENT DELINQUENCY AND VICTIMIZATION

     No.2 May

     pp. 289- 318

    ABIGAIL A. FAGAN

    INVESTMENT IN EFFECTIVE AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS: IS IT WORTH THE RISK?

     No.2 May

     pp. 319- 326

    CAROL A. ZIMMERMANN

    ROUTINE ACTIVITY THEORY AND THE HANDLING OF CHILDREN AND POLICY MAKERS

     No.2 May

     pp. 327- 336

    JOANNE BELKNAP

    CULTURALLY- FOCUSED BATTERER COUNSELING

     No.2 May

     pp. 337 340

    EDWARD W. GONDOLF

    CULTURALLY-FOCUSED BATTERER COUNSELING FOR AFRICAN-AMERICAN MEN

     No.2 May

     pp. 341- 366

    HILLARY POTTER

    THE NEED FOR A MULTI-FACETED RESPONSE TO INTIMATE PARTNER ABUSE PERPETRATED BY AFRICAN-AMERICANS

     No.2 May

     pp. 367- 376

    RICHARD F. CATALANO

    PREVENTION IS A SOUND PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INVESTMENT

     No.3 August

     pp. 377- 397

    CHARLES F. WELLFORD

    SENTENCING RESEARCH FOR SENTENCING REFORM

     No.3 August

     pp. 399- 402

    RICHARD S. FRASE

    THE APPRENDI-BLAKELY CASES: SENTENCING REFORM COUNTER REVOLUTION?

     No.3 August

     pp. 403- 431

    PAUL J. HOFER

    UNITED STATES V. BOOKER AS A NATURAL EXPERIMENT: USING EMPIRICAL RESEARCH TO INFORM THE FEDERAL SENTENCING POLICY DEBATE

     No.3 August

     pp. 433- 460

    SHAWN D. BUSHWAY, ANNE MORRISON PIEHL

    SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH AND THE LEGAL THREAT TO PRESUMPTIVE SENTENCING GUIDELINES

     No.3 August

     pp. 461- 482

    KIM STEVEN HUNT

    STANDARDS OF EVIDENCE

     No.3 August

     pp. 483- 492

    NICOLE LEEPER PIQUERO

    WHAT ABOUT ORGANIZATIONAL DEFENDANTS? THEY'RE AFFECTED AS WELL

     No.3 August

     pp. 493- 502

    KAREN J. TERRY

    SEX OFFENDER AND VICTIMIZATION LEGISLATION: USE, MISUSE, AND EFFICACY

     No.3 August

     pp. 503- 505

    FRANKLIN E. ZIMRING, ALEX R. PIQUERO, WESLEY G. JENNINGS

    SEXUAL DELINQUENCY IN RACINE: DOES EARLY SEX OFFENDING PREDICT LATER SEX OFFENDING IN YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULTHOOD?

     No.3 August

     pp. 507- 534

    <NANCY WOLFF, JING SHI, CYNTHIA L. BLITZ, JANE SIEGEL>

    UNDERSTANDING SEXUAL VICTIMIZATION INSIDE PRISONS: FACTORS THAT PREDICT RISK

     No.3 August

     pp. 535- 564

    MICHAEL H. MINER

    THE FALLACY OF JUVENILE SEX OFFENDER RISK

     No.3 August

     pp. 565- 571

    MELISSA M. SISCO, JUDITH V. BECKER

    BEYOND PREDICTING THE RISK OF SEXUAL VICTIMIZATION IN PRISON CONSIDERING INMATE OPTIONS AND REPORTING AVENUES FOR ADDRESSING AN INHERENT PROBLEM

     No.3 August

     pp. 573- 584

    RICHARD MCCLEARY

    DO PRISON RELEASES CAUSE CRIME?

     No.3 August

     pp. 585- 587

    LYNNE M. VIERAITIS, TOMISLAV V. KOVANDZIC, THOMAS B. MARVELL

    THE CRIMINOGENIC EFFECTS OF IMPRISONMENT: EVIDENCE FROM STATE PANEL DATA, 1974 2002

     No.3 August

     pp. 589- 622

    <SUSAN TURNER, RANDY MYERS, LORI SEXTON, SARAH SMITH>

    WHAT CRIME RATES TELL US ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES FOR PRISONERS

     No.3 August

     pp. 623- 631

    TODD R. CLEAR, NATASHA A. FROST

    INFORMING PUBLIC POLICY

     No.4 November

     pp. 633- 640

    JAMES R. ACKER

    IMPOSE AN IMMEDIATE MORATORIUM ON EXECUTIONS

     No.4 November

     pp. 641- 650

    JOIE ACOSTA, DAVID CHAVIS

    BUILD THE CAPACITY OF COMMUNITIES TO ADDRESS CRIME

     No.4 November

     pp. 651- 661

    KENNETH ADAMS

    ABOLISH JUVENILE CURFEWS

     No.4 November

     pp. 663- 669

    GEOFFREY P. ALPERT

    ELIMINATE RACE AS THE ONLY REASON FOR POLICE-CITIZEN ENCOUNTERS

     No.4 November

     pp. 671- 678

    ALFRED BLUMSTEIN, ALEX R. PIQUERO

    RESTORE RATIONALITY TO SENTENCING POLICY

     No.4 November

     pp. 679- 687

    JOHN BRAITHWAITE

    ENCOURAGE RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

     No.4 November

     pp. 689- 696

    SHAWN D. BUSHWAY, GARY SWEETEN

    ABOLISH LIFETIME BANS FOR EX-FELONS

     No.4 November

     pp. 697- 706

    ROBERT D. CRUTCHFIELD

    ABANDON FELON DISENFRANCHISEMENT POLICIES

     No.4 November

     pp. 707- 715

    FRANCIS T. CULLEN

    MAKE REHABILITATION CORRECTIONS' GUIDING PARADIGM

     No.4 November

     pp. 717- 727

    SCOTT H. DECKER

    EXPAND THE USE OF POLICE GANG UNITS

     No.4 November

     pp. 729- 733

    JEFFREY FAGAN

    END NATURAL LIFE SENTENCES FOR JUVENILES

     No.4 November

     pp. 735- 746

    JACK R. GREENE

    MAKE POLICE OVERSIGHT INDEPENDENT AND TRANSPARENT

     No.4 November

     pp. 747- 754

    JESSICA S. HENRY, JAMES B. JACOBS

    BAN THE BOX TO PROMOTE EX-OFFENDER EMPLOYMENT

     No.4 November

     pp. 755- 761

    PETER R. JONES, BRIAN R. WYANT

    TARGET JUVENILE NEEDS TO REDUCE DELINQUENCY

     No.4 November

     pp. 763- 771

    ROBERT