Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research

Volume 10 Issue 1

Editor’s Preface

  • Confronting crime with science, Thomas G. Blomberg

Imprisonment and Crime

Editorial Introduction

  • From mass incarceration to targeted policing: Introduction to the Special Issue, Richard Rosenfeld

Executive Summary

  • Overview of “Imprisonment and crime: Can both be reduced?” Steven N. Durlauf, Daniel S. Nagin

Research Article

  • Imprisonment and crime: Can both be reduced? Steven N. Durlauf, Daniel S. Nagin

Policy Essay

  • Thoughts from Pennsylvania on “Imprisonment and crime: Can both be reduced?” Mark H. Bergstrom

Policy Essay

  • Reducing crime through prevention not incarceration, William J. Bratton

Policy Essay

  • The challenges of implementing research-based policies, Marc Mauer

Policy Essay

  • More police, less prison, less crime?: From peel to popper: The case for more scientific policing, Peter W. Neyroud

Policy Essay

  • Exploring certainty and severity: Perspectives from a federal perch, Laurie O. Robinson

Policy Essay

  • Approaches to reducing both imprisonment and crime, Alfred Blumstein

Policy Essay

  • Coproduction in deterring crime, Philip J. Cook

Policy Essay

  • On the pitfalls of spurious prudence, Elliott Currie

Policy Essay

  • Optimistic deterrence theorizing: The role of timeliness, court dysfunction, and community alienation, John S. Goldkamp

Policy Essay

  • Lengthy sentences: The police surge and the forgotten men, women, and communities, Marie Gottschalk

Policy Essay

  • Less imprisonment is no doubt a good thing: More policing is not, Michael Tonry

Policy Essay

  • Shifting crime and justice resources from prisons to police: Shifting police from people to places, David Weisburd

Policy Essay

  • Comment on Durlauf and Nagin, James Q. Wilson

Policy Essay

  • Uncertainty about reduced severity, concerns about increased certainty, and alternative paths to lower rates of crime and imprisonment, Eric P. Baumer

Policy Essay

  • Laudable goals: Practical hurdles, Dick Thornburgh

Policy Essay

  • Deterrence, Economics, and the Context of Drug Markets, Shawn D. Bushway, Peter Reuter

Afterword

  • Al Capone, the Sword of Damocles, and the Police:Corrections Budget Ratio: Afterword to the Special Issue, Lawrence W. Sherman