In, “Homeroom Security: School Discipline in an Age of Fear,” Kupchik analyzes the impact of having heavy school security and harsh zero-tolerance policies in schools on students and their later lives. . .
Disproportionate volume of gunfire happened near a small share of DC schools.
In the article, “’Your Pants Won’t Save You’: Why Black Youth Challenge Race-Based Police Surveillance and the Demands of Black Respectability Politics,”
In the article, “Long-term Crime Desistance and Recidivism Patterns – Evidence From the Essex County Convicted Felon Study,” Kurlychek examines data from individuals, who have been out of Essex County prison. . .
The Risk Needs Assessment (RNA) tools are widely used by probation officers but there is a disconnect between administering the tools and using the scores to make decisions.
In the article, “Buss–Perry Aggression Questionnaire. Testing Alternative Measurement Models with Assaultive Misdemeanor Offenders,” Ashford tested different methods of measuring aggression in a group of misdemeanor
In the article, “Validation of the client evaluation of motivational interviewing scale with probation clients,” Armstrong examined the tool of motivational interviewing, an approach found to be effective in support
In the article, “Examining GPS monitoring alerts triggered by sex offenders: The divergence of legislative goals and practical application in community corrections,” Armstrong examined the effectiveness of utilizing
In places where cameras were sufficiently concentrated and routinely monitored by trained staff, the impact on crime was significant and cost-beneficial, with no evidence of crime displacement.