Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research

Volume 10 Issue 3

Editorial Introduction

Editorial Introduction

  • The past, present, and future of mass incarceration in the United States? Marie Gottschalk

Monetary Sanctions As Misguided Policy

Executive Summary

  • On cash and conviction: Monetary sanctions as misguided policy, Katherine Beckett, Alexes Harris

Research Article

  • On cash and conviction: Monetary sanctions as misguided policy, Katherine Beckett, Alexes Harris

Policy Essay

  • Fixing the Broken System of Financial Sanctions, Traci R. Burch

Policy Essay

  • Politizing the case for fines, Pat O’Malley

Policy Essay

  • A new punishment regime, Mary Fainsod Katzenstein, Mitali Nagrecha

Policy Essay

  • The abolition of fines and fees: Not proven and not compelling, R. Barry Ruback

Justice Reinvestment

Executive Summary

  • A private-sector, incentives-based model for justice reinvestment, Todd R. Clear

Research Article

  • A private-sector, incentives-based model for justice reinvestment, Todd R. Clear

Policy Essay

  • Encouraging innovation on the foundation of evidence: On the path to the “adjacent possible”? James H. Burch, II

Policy Essay

  • Justice reinvestment and the use of imprisonment: Policy reflections from England and Wales, Rob Allen

Policy Essay

  • Making imprisonment unprofitable, James Austin

Policy Essay

  • Making peace, not a desert: Penal reform should be about values not justice reinvestment, Michael Tonry

Policy Essay

  • Justice reinvestment in community supervision, Mark A. R. Kleiman

Policy Essay

  • Lessons for justice reinvestment from restorative justice and the justice model experience: Some tips for an 8-year-old prodigy, Shadd Maruna

American Penal Overindulgence

Executive Summary

  • Mass incarceration, legal change, and locale: Understanding and remediating American penal overindulgence, Mona Lynch

Research Article

  • Mass incarceration, legal change, and locale: Understanding and remediating American penal overindulgence, Mona Lynch

Policy Essay

  • Addressing the political environment shaping mass incarceration, Marc Mauer

Policy Essay

  • Leaving mass incarceration: The ways and means of penal change, Karol Lucken

Policy Essay

  • Putting politics in penal policy reform, Heather Schoenfeld

Policy Essay

  • The local and the legal: American federalism and the carceral state, Lisa L. Miller

Prison Officer Unions

Executive Summary

  • Prison Officer Unions and the Perpetuation of the Penal Status Quo, Joshua Page

Research Article

  • Prison Officer Unions and the Perpetuation of the Penal Status Quo, Joshua Page

Policy Essay

  • Downsizing the carceral state: The policy implications of prison guard unions, Heather Ann Thompson

Policy Essay

  • American imprisonment and prison officers’ unions, Anthony N. Doob, Rosemary Gartner

Mass Imprisonment and Childhood Behavior Problems

Executive Summary

  • Mass imprisonment and racial disparities in childhood behavioral problems, Sara Wakefield, Christopher Wildeman

Research Article

  • Mass imprisonment and racial disparities in childhood behavioral problems, Sara Wakefield, Christopher Wildeman

Policy Essay

  • The incarceration ledger: Toward a new era in assessing societal consequence, Robert J. Sampson

Policy Essay

  • Is the devil in the details? Crafting policy to mitigate the collateral consequences of parental incarceration, Candace Kruttschnitt

Policy Essay

  • Taking children into account: Addressing the intergenerational effects of parental incarceration, Megan Comfort, Anne M. Nurse, Tasseli McKay, Katie Kramer

Policy Essay

  • The consequences of incarceration: Challenges for scientifically informed and policy-relevant research, Michael Massoglia, Cody Warner

Policy Essay

  • Countering the carceral continuum: The legacy of mass incarceration, Carla Shedd