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 . . .
In the article, “Race, Neighborhood Danger, and Coping Strategies Among Female Probationers and Parolees,” Cobbina examined the extent to which neighborhood crime
This study investigates whether the criminological construct of attachment plays a role in the link between family violence victimization experiences in childhood and adult violent behavior.
This study explores the extent of cyber aggression victimization in intimate relationships and its co-occurrence with in-person experiences of psychological, physical, and sexual partner violence.
Using data from the 2005 NIBRS, this analysis focuses on the impacts that domestic violence mandatory arrest policies have on arrest outcomes in “situationally ambiguous” cases.
Durfee examines how men negotiate the discourses of victimization, hegemonic masculinity, and stereotypes about domestic violence when filing for a domestic violence protection order against a woman partner.
A comprehensive understanding of LGBTQ Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).
In, “Fear of Gang Crime: A Qualitative Examination of the Four Perspectives,” Lane looks at the different perspectives that attempt to explain public fear of gang-related crime in multiple neighborhoods.
In, “Fear of Crime among Gang and Non-Gang Offenders: Comparing the Effects of Perpetration, Victimization, and Neighborhood Factors,” Lane collected data from more than 2,400 inmates. . .
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. . .
This article critically examines the use of civil protection orders (POs) by Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) victims seeking shelter services.
In the article, “New Call for Assessing the Effects of 21st Century Juvenile Diversion,” Stafford and his coauthors examine the history of diversion in juvenile justice. . .
In the book, “Fear of Crime in the United States: Causes, Consequences, and Contradictions,” Lane and her coauthors examine the factors of crime that cause fear.
In the essay, “Methodological and Ethical Issues in Feminist Research with Abused Women: Reflections on Participants’ Vulnerability and Empowerment,” Burgess-Proctor examined the complicated issues involved . . .
In the study, “Evaluating an Experimental Juvenile Probation Program: Intervention and Outcomes,” Lane examined the 1996 South Oxnard Challenge Project (SOCP) in California
Restorative justice is compatible with procedural justice for victims and offenders. Restorative justice aids in correcting the harms created by the formal criminal justice system.