Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research

Volume 10 Issue 2

Vollmer Award Address

Vollmer Award Address

  • Socially responsible Criminology: Quality relevant research with targeted, effective dissemination, Howard N. Snyder

Vollmer Award Commentary

  • The magic and power of data: A tribute to Howard Snyder, Shay Bilchik

Vollmer Award Commentary

  • Howard N. Snyder: The nation’s foremost expert on juvenile justice data, David P. Farrington

Impacts of Sex Offender Notification on Community Behavior

Editorial Introduction

  • Sex offender policies in an era of zero tolerance: What does effectiveness really mean? Jill S. Levenson

Executive Summary

  • Overview of “Measuring the impact of sex offender notification on community adoption of protective behaviors” Rachel Bandy

Research Article

  • Measuring the impact of sex offender notification on community adoption of protective behaviors, Rachel Bandy

Policy Essay

  • The need to debate the fate of sex offender community notification laws, Lisa L. Sample

Policy Essay

  • What is smart sex offender policy? Karen J. Terry

Decarceration in California

Editorial Introduction

  • Decarceration: Political possibility, social sentiment, and structural reality, Vanessa Barker

Executive Summary

  • Overview of “The past as prologue? Decarceration in California then and now,” Rosemary Gartner, Anthony N. Doob, Franklin E. Zimring

Research Article

  • The past as prologue? Decarceration in California then and now, Rosemary Gartner, Anthony N. Doob, Franklin E. Zimring

Policy Essay

  • So policy makers drive incarceration: Now what? Shawn D. Bushway

Policy Essay

  • Penal moderation in the United States? Yes we can, Mary Bosworth

Implications of Residence Restrictions on Sex Offender Housing

Editorial Introduction

  • Policy implications of sex offender residence restriction laws, Richard Tewksbury

Executive Summary

  • Overview of “The policy implications of residence restrictions on sex offender housing in Upstate NY,” Kelly M. Socia

Research Article

  • The policy implications of residence restrictions on sex offender housing in Upstate NY, Kelly M. Socia

Policy Essay

  • Residence restriction buffer zones and the banishment of sex offenders: Have we gone one step too far? Kristen M. Zgoba

Policy Essay

  • Place a moratorium on the passage of sex offender residence restriction laws, J.C.Barnes

Policy Essay

  • Residence Restriction, Keri B. Burchfield

Policy Essay

  • The contexts and politics of evidence-based sex offender policy, Chrysanthi Leon

Investigating the Social Ecology of Payday Lending

Editorial Introduction

  • Editorial Introduction to:”Does fringe banking exacerbate neighborhood crime rates?” Steven F. Messner

Executive Summary

  • Overview of “Does fringe banking exacerbate neighborhood crime rates? Investigating the social ecology of payday lending” Charis E. Kubrin, Gregory D. Squires, Steven M. Graves, Graham C. Ousey

Research Article

  • Does fringe banking exacerbate neighborhood crime rates? Investigating the social ecology of payday lending, Charis E. Kubrin, Gregory D. Squires, Steven M. Graves, Graham C. Ousey

Policy Essay

  • Crime, local institutions, and structural inequality: The cost of payday lending institutions, Eric A. Stewart

Policy Essay

  • Criminology of the unpopular: Implications for policy aimed at payday lending facilities, Pamela Wilcox and John E. Eck