archives

Read the July 2019 newsletter here.

Continue Reading

7/14/19-Psych Central “Our findings suggest that suspending students from school can serve as a negative and harmful turning point in adolescence that increases offending over time,” Tom Mowen, CJRA Expert.

Continue Reading

7/12/19-Education Week “I really expected to see that once we accounted for the effect of prior offending on future offending, the effect of suspension would go away,” Thomas Mowen, CJRA Expert.

Continue Reading

7/10/19-VICE News “They’ll often talk about the extent to which they have agency in their own decision, but they don’t see themselves as being exploited,” Rachel Lovell, CJRA Expert.

Continue Reading

Read the June 2019 newsletter here.

Continue Reading

6/20/19-The Crime Report “Our findings uncover a previously unknown facet of how Hispanic immigration destinations matter in the legal reception and treatment of Hispanic people who are not U.S. citizens,” Jeffrey Ulmer, CJRA Expert.

Continue Reading

6/12/19-Education Drive “Students who were suspended from school between ages 12 and 18 are significantly more likely to report that they committed later offenses, such as assault, carrying a gun, selling drugs or theft,” Tom Mowen CJRA Expert.

Continue Reading

6/10/19-The Houston Chronicle “Our speculation is that in new destinations of the ‘90s that experienced a big influx of Hispanic immigration that was a shock to those places, the reception of Hispanic immigrants was sometimes harsh,” Jeffery Ulmer, CJRA Expert.

Continue Reading

6/6/19-The San Diego Tribune “These new areas might be on their way to becoming “hot spots” — places where crime spikes and deserve more attention from police and policy makers,” Richard Rosenfeld, CJRA Expert.

Continue Reading

Read the May 2019 newsletter here.

Continue Reading