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Mindful or suicidal

Mindful or Suicidal: Recommendations for Improved Mental Health among Police Officers

Ewa K. Zielinska, University of New Haven Executive Summary  Despite multiple national initiatives, the suicide rat...
Police and body cams

Body-Worn Cameras in State Correctional Agencies

Kristi L. Greenberg, University of New Haven Executive Summary The purpose of this report is to inform and advise s...
Campus Sexual Assaults

Connecticut Project Safe Neighborhoods 2016: A Youth Opportunity Initiative

Sara R. Jeffries, M.A.David L. Myers, Ph.D.Anne Kringen, Ph.D.University of New Haven Ronald W. Schack, Ph.D.The Cha...
human-trafficking

A Review of “Use of Research Evidence by Criminal Justice Professionals”

Timothy Daty, University of New Haven  This article previously appeared in ACJS Today. Permission was granted to rep...

New Report Provides Framework for Research-Informed Juvenile Probation

Timothy Daty, University of New Haven   In the recent decades, research concerning juvenile offenders has greatly exp...

Human Trafficking in the United States: Significance of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA)

Sarbjeet Kaur, University of New Haven   One of the greatest human rights violations in today’s world is human traffi...

An Exploration of Campus Sexual Assaults, Online Prevention Programs, and the Procedural Fairness of Campus Disciplinary Proceedings

Michelle A. Malone, University of New Haven   Sexual assaults, regardless of when and where they occur or to whom the...

Stop and Frisk: A Proactive Response or Bias-Based Policing?

George M. Froggé, Austin Peay State University Crime detection and prevention are two important duties performed by...

Suicide Among College Students

Ewa K. Zielinska, University of New Haven Suicide, “an inward-directed act of violence,” has been a consistent probl...

Evidence-Based Practices in Corrections: From On-Paper to the Front-Line

Kristi L. Greenberg, University of New Haven Evidence-based practices are accepted as the gold standard within crimi...

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