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Read the October 2018 newsletter here.

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Read the September 2018 newsletter here.

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9/27/18 – Reuters “If security is implemented poorly they might feel policed rather than protected; they might feel like they are viewed as criminals; they might feel like prisoners,” Aaron Kupchik, CJRA Expert

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9/25/18 – Education Drive “Students who were diagnosed with a disability, students who were eligible for free lunch, Hispanic English language learners, and Native American students were the most likely to have missed school, while Asian students were rarely absent,” CJRA Study

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9/20/18 – USA Today “Men, in general, are much more violent than women, and that’s been well-documented and well-recorded,” Laura Dugan, CJRA Expert

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9/12/18 – Black Press USA “Further, it’s easy to see how allowing untested accusations into a sentencing hearing could be unfair to a defendant,” said Kathryne Young, CJRA Expert

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9/11/18 – COSSA “With more than 60,000 overdose-related deaths in the United States in 2017… opioid-related crime has become a serious problem in many U.S. communities. Social science research is necessary to address it,” Peter Wood, CJRA Expert

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9/6/18 – Kansas City Star “The fact that Crossroads remains in some state of lockdown after nearly four months is highly unusual across the nation,” said Christine Tartaro, CJRA Expert

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Read the August 2018 newsletter here.

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8/27/18 – The New Yorker “Within four months of Michael Brown being killed in Ferguson, the President is giving a speech at the White House pledging seventy-five million dollars for a technology of which there are only a few efficacy studies.” Michael White, CJRA Expert.

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