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08/24/20-Phys.org “Birth cohorts who were young adults during the crime and punishment boom that occurred in the 1980s and 1990s have higher rates of incarceration throughout their lives, even after the crime-punishment wave ended,” Shawn Bushway, CJRA Expert.

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08/24/20-Spot Crime “Birth cohorts who were young adults during the crime and punishment boom that occurred in the 1980s and 1990s have higher rates of incarceration throughout their lives, even after the crime-punishment wave ended,” Shawn Bushway, CJRA Expert.

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08/24/20-Science Codex “Birth cohorts who were young adults during the crime and punishment boom that occurred in the 1980s and 1990s have higher rates of incarceration throughout their lives, even after the crime-punishment wave ended,” Shawn Bushway, CJRA Expert.

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08/24/20-The Tennessean “It’s really dependent upon the standard the chief takes. Otherwise it leads to various disastrous consequences,” Maria Haberfeld, CJRA Expert.

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08/24/20-National Affairs “In longitudinal analyses of monthly school‐level administrative data, we compared the treatment and comparison schools on disciplinary offenses and actions. We found that increased SROs increased the number of drug‐ and weapon‐related offenses and exclusionary disciplinary actions for treatment schools relative to comparison schools,” Gottfredson et al., CJRA study.

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08/22/20-Yahoo News “If you look at what’s happening around us, you see record unemployment, a pandemic and you see the African-American community being directly impacted in both of those spaces. If you think about who is going to solve a problem, you think initially about historical Black colleges and universities, because we share the lived […]

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08/21/20-Associated Press “The toll of the pandemic shows just how pervasive structural racism is,” Olugbenga Ajilore, CJRA Expert.

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08/21/20-The Marshall Project “The toll of the pandemic shows just how pervasive structural racism is,” Olugbenga Ajilore, CJRA Expert.

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Although U.S. crime rates have dropped significantly since the mid-1990s, rates of incarceration peaked in 2008, and still remain high. The standard explanation for this pattern is that all people exposed to the criminal justice system today are treated more harshly than before. A new study using 45 years of incarceration data from North Carolina […]

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08/20/20-Reason “Educational decision-makers seeking to enhance school safety consider the many alternatives to programs that require regular police presence in schools,” Gottfredson et al., CJRA study.

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