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Improvements in Policing: It’s Not Only What We Train, but How We Train

Improvements in Policing: It’s Not Only What We Train, but How We Train

Teresina G. Robbins University of New Haven Though concerns about police use of force did not begin with the death o...
Extending the Ties that Bind:  Considering the Implementation of Extended Family Visits in Prisons

Extending the Ties that Bind: Considering the Implementation of Extended Family Visits in Prisons

Thomas Dutcher University of New Haven The following brief presents valuable information for states considering impl...
Marijuana Decriminalization and Legalization in the 21st Century

Marijuana Decriminalization and Legalization in the 21st Century

Paul Klee, Kyle Longo, Jamie Hickey, and Hannah Providence University of New Haven “Nothing has contributed more to ...
reseracher/practitioner partnership

Research in Action: Drug Court Evaluation through a Researcher-Practitioner Partnership

Joseph Dule, MS, MA; David Myers, PhD; Kevin Earl, MS; Mengbei Wang, MS, MA; and Timothy Daty, MEd; University of New...
Law Enforcement Social Interaction Training: A Review of the Research

Law Enforcement Social Interaction Training: A Review of the Research

Samantha A. Moul, University of New Haven Since the turn of the century, the policing profession has seen a shift to...
Dissecting Community Policing: The Contemporary American Perspective

Dissecting Community Policing: The Contemporary American Perspective

Patryk F. Jaroszkiewicz, University of New Haven Although the development of American policing is deeply rooted in ...
Racialized Bodies within Policing and Surveillance

Racialized Bodies within Policing and Surveillance

Amber Amin, University of New Haven  The death of Freddie Gray in 2015 kick-started a movement of modern day civil r...
The Impact of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Guidelines on Diabetes through the Use of Mobile Devices

The Impact of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Guidelines on Diabetes through the Use of Mobile Devices

Mary Ann R. Garcia, DNP, MSN, RN, Chamberlain University  Diabetes is a major public health problem worldwide. It is...
Racial and Ethnic Disparities across the Juvenile Justice System

Racial and Ethnic Disparities across the Juvenile Justice System

Kelly Orts, University of New Haven Existence of racial and ethnic disparities in the criminal justice system has be...
Potential Aftercare and Vacatur Laws for Survivors of Sex Trafficking

Potential Aftercare and Vacatur Laws for Survivors of Sex Trafficking

Sarbjeet Kaur, University of New Haven Victims of sex trafficking often find themselves stuck in a frightful time wa...

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