In the article, “Up in Smoke: The Passage of Medical Marijuana Legislation and Enactment of Dispensary Moratoriums in Massachusetts,” Socia and his co-author sought to fill the knowledge gap surrounding the . . .
In the article, “Examining Racial Disparities in Drug Arrests,” Mitchell and his co-authors examined the effects that the policies pursued under the War on Drugs had on different races.
In the article, “Desistance for a Long-term Drug-Involved Sample of Adult Offenders: The Importance of Identity Transformation,” Kerrison examined the factors
In the article, “Juvenility and Punishment: Sentencing Juveniles in Adult Criminal Court,” Kurlychek and her coauthors examined how juveniles in the juvenile justice system were transferred into adult court.
Using focus group interviews to examine the use of research evidence by juvenile justice and youth service professionals, the study sought to explain why research is underutilized in determining policy and practice.
This paper documents the scale of the homicide increase in 2015 for a sample of 56 large U.S. cities and examines three plausible explanations of the homicide rise.
In the article, “Does incarceration-based drug treatment reduce recidivism? A meta-analytic synthesis of the research,” Mitchell and his co-authors assessed the effectiveness of different types of drug treatment…
In the article, “Drugs, Race and Common Ground: Reflections on the High Point Intervention,” Kennedy looks into the High Point Intervention, a successful project that led to the closing of drug markets . .
In the book, “Don’t Shoot: One Man, a Street Fellowship, and the End of Violence in Inner-City America,” Kennedy explores the inner-city crime rates in Boston.