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5/14/19-The Crime Report “The market structure of these services creates the potential for exploitative pricing,” Alexes Harris, CJRA Expert.

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5/7/19-PsychCentral “These results provide preliminary evidence that acquired neuropsychological deficits, and head injuries more directly, result in prolonged periods of criminal persistence,” Joseph Schwartz, CJRA Expert.

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Read the April 2019 newsletter here.

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4/29/19-MedicalResearch.com “Parents need to be aware of the potential behavioral and cognitive consequences of sustaining a head injury. Parents are the first line of defense for their children and making them more aware of these dangers may not only promote prevention but may also result in more effective intervention after an injury occurs. ” Joseph […]

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4/26/19-NeuroscieneNews “These results provide preliminary evidence that acquired neuropsychological deficits, and head injuries more directly, result in prolonged periods of criminal persistence,” Joseph Schwartz, CJRA Expert.

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4/25/19-USA Today “It’s a decline in the use of incarceration as punishment, but whether that’s a decline in total punishment is not at all clear,’’ Daniel Mears, CJRA Expert.

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4/12/19-Baltimore Sun “Trafficking cases may require prolonged surveillance and source development to prove that there was force, fraud or coercion. Other investigators could stop short and charge offenders with crimes that require fewer elements of proof, such as running a prostitution business,’’ Jay Albanese, CJRA Expert.

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4/2/19-The Washington Times “Police body cameras have proliferated in recent years. In 2013, the Department of Justice surveyed 500 police departments and found that less than 25% used the devices,” Cynthia Lum, CJRA Expert.

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Read the March 2019 newsletter here.

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3/27/19-VOX “Expectations and concerns surrounding body-worn cameras among police leaders and citizens have not yet been realized by and large in the ways anticipated by each,” Cynthia Lum, CJRA Expert.

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