archives

11/12/18 – NBC “It is probably smart for women to have a certain level of risk aversion while they run because they are vulnerable targets to predators,” says Laura Dugan, CJRA Expert.

Continue Reading

Read the November 2018 newsletter here.

Continue Reading

11/20/18 – CNN “What we know in the criminology literature, for example, is that when people desist from crime, when they stop committing crime, it’s usually because of someone important in their life. But it’s not always the same person — it could be a spouse; it could be a coach; it could be an […]

Continue Reading

Read the October 2018 newsletter here.

Continue Reading

10/11/18 – USA Today “I think it comes down to the culture in the general public as far as what their attitudes are with regards to punishment,” Frank Wilson, CJRA Expert.

Continue Reading

10/10/18 – Kansas City Star “The technology is more expensive and nascent than people think … It’s all about tradeoffs,” Nancy La Vigne, CJRA Expert.

Continue Reading

Read the September 2018 newsletter here.

Continue Reading

9/27/18 – Reuters “If security is implemented poorly they might feel policed rather than protected; they might feel like they are viewed as criminals; they might feel like prisoners,” Aaron Kupchik, CJRA Expert

Continue Reading

9/25/18 – Education Drive “Students who were diagnosed with a disability, students who were eligible for free lunch, Hispanic English language learners, and Native American students were the most likely to have missed school, while Asian students were rarely absent,” CJRA Study

Continue Reading

9/20/18 – USA Today “Men, in general, are much more violent than women, and that’s been well-documented and well-recorded,” Laura Dugan, CJRA Expert

Continue Reading