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, “Backfire: lessons learned when the criminal justice system fails help-seeking battered women,” Burgess-Proctor examined primary sources of conflict between help-seeking battered women and the . . .
The authors examine all releases to parole supervision in a single state over a period of four years to consider how a diagnosis of mental illness is associated with return to incarceration.
In the article, “College Women’s Perceptions of and Inclination to Use Campus Sexual Assault Resources: Comparing the Views of Students With and Without Sexual Victimization Histories,” Burgess-Proctor . . .
In the article, “Pathways of Victimization and Resistance: Toward a Feminist Theory of Battered Women’s Help‐Seeking,” Burgess-Proctor examined ways in which women’s childhood victimization experiences informed. . .
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, “Generic Correctional Programming for Mentally Ill Offenders: A Pilot Study,” Ashford examined differences in criminal attitudes among three groups of offenders diagnosed with serious mental disorder
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