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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...

Community Policing

Marquita D. Higgins, Walden University Community policing exists to enhance public trust in law enforcement office...

A Critique of Current Youth Drug Addiction Policy

Timothy Daty, University of New Haven Substance abuse among adolescents is a growing public health concern within th...

Fear of Crime: A Problem Oriented Solution

Joseph Dule, University of New Haven Since the late 1960’s, fear of crime has become one of the most heavily politic...

Inmate Furlough and Beyond—A Question of Punishment or Rehabilitation

Mengbei Wang, University of New Haven In recent years, prison overcrowding has become a highly visible issue in the ...

3 New BJA Solicitations

Here are 3 solicitations from the DOJ that may interest you Justice Accountability Initiative (JAI): Pilot Project...

Second Chance Act in Action: A Case Study of Evidence-Based Approaches and a Researcher-Practitioner Partnership

David L. Myers, PhD, University of New Haven Daniel R. Lee, PhD, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Dennis M. Gie...

Incorporating Surveys to Improve Police-Community Partnerships

George M. Froggé, Austin Peay State University  Abstract In some cities, there is a strain on the relationships be...

Sex Offender Risk, Recidivism, and Policy

Kristi L. Greenberg University of New Haven Sex offenders and their rates of recidivism are often at the center of m...

Reentry Courts: A Critique of Implementation and Theoretical Design

Jacob Hasson University of New Haven The United States’ criminal justice system is in the process of rebounding from...

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