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Actual Relief: A Call for the Better Implementation of Underutilized Rights Restoration Programs

Michelle A. Malone, University of New Haven The legal restrictions imposed upon the accused and convicted create vir...

The Effectiveness and Future of Polygraph Testing

Michele Vittorio, University of New Haven   The use of polygraphs in detecting deception is controversial, and th...

Early Interventions: More Self-Control, Less Crime?

Young Wang, University of New Haven The purpose of this paper is to inform and advise policy makers and administra...

Transition Planning for Students with Autism and Intellectual Disability: A Review of Research

Jane Roitsch* and Annemarie L. HornDepartment of Communication Disorders & Special EducationOld Dominion Univer...

Crime Analysis as Part of the Evidence-Based Policing Toolkit: Implementation, Integration, and Practical Use

Teresina G. RobbinsUniversity of New Haven  Crime analysis, a significant component of effective evidence-based po...

Does Procedural Justice Training of Law Enforcement Officers “Work”?

Jill T. RuggieroUniversity of New Haven  In late 2014, 18-year-old Michael Brown of Ferguson, Missouri was shot an...

BIASED: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do

Jennifer Eberhardt (2019)New York, United States: Viking Press, 340 pages, ISBN 9780735224933 Book Review by Paul ...

An Overview of Recent National and International Research on the Minimum Age of Criminal Responsibility

Kelly Orts, University of New Haven  What is a child? There is worldwide variation in how a "child" is defined diffe...

On the Criminalization of Homelessness

Thomas Dutcher, University of New Haven "It was once said that the moral test of government is how that government...

Evolution of the Evidence-Based Movement Interviews Series #2

Interview with Mark M. Lowis, LMSW, Evidence-Based Implementation Specialist Can you please summarize the work you d...

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