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Incarceration: The Motherhood Effect

Timothy Daty, University of New Haven Over the years, the impact of parental incarceration on families has been a wi...

Can Social Disorganization Explain Terrorism?

Joseph Dule, University of New Haven The article “County-Level Correlates of Terrorist Attacks in the Uni...

Moving Beyond BAC in DUI Screening Tools

Kevin Earl, University of New Haven Many assessment tools of DUI offenders, as well as sanctions, are based mai...

The Evidence-Based Human Services Organization

Interview with Kim Scorza, CEO, Seasons Center for Behavioral Health 1. Can you summarize the work of your ag...

The Evidence-Based Justice Services Organization

Interview with John Keene, Chief Probation Officer, San Mateo County Probation Department  1. Can you summarize...

What’s Promising in Prisoner Reentry?

Meredith Emigh, University of New Haven Approximately 90-95% of prisoners eventually will be released to retu...

The Tale of 2 Healthcare Pros

Mass shootings inevitably generate the usual process reviews to determine why, and how to prevent it in the future. T...

Hawaii Opportunity Probation with Enforcement (HOPE): Further Evaluation of Swift and Certain Sanctions

David L. Myers, PhD, University of New Haven In recent decades, concerns over rising prison populations, high moneta...

Family Relationships and the Incarcerated Individual

Timothy Daty, University of New Haven Following rising levels of incarceration in the United States, new methods to ...

A Critical Review of the “Reverse Racism Effect”

Joseph Dule, University of New Haven A substantial body of research extending from the 1970s until present sugg...

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