Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research

Volume 11 Issue 1

Special Issue

Editor’s Preface

  • Continuing to Advance Criminology and Public Policy, Thomas G. Blomberg

A Signaling Perspective On Employment-Based Reentry

Editorial Introduction

  • Prisoner Reentry, Employment, Signaling, and the Better Identification of Desisters: Introduction to the Special Issue, Daniel P. Mears, Julie Mestre

Executive Summary

  • Overview of: “A Signaling Perspective on Employment-Based Reentry Programming: Training Completion as a Desistance Signal,” Shawn D. Bushway, Robert Apel

Research Article

  • A Signaling Perspective on Employment-Based Reentry Programming: Training Completion as a Desistance Signal, Shawn D. Bushway, Robert Apel

Policy Essay

  • Obeying Signals and Predicting Future Offending, Alex R. Piquero

Policy Essay

  • Signaling and Meta-analytic Evaluations in the Presence of Latent Offender Groups: The Importance of Coherent Target Group Specification, Tim Brennan

Policy Essay

  • Elements of Successful Desistance Signaling, Shadd Maruna

Policy Essay

  • Why Work Is Important, and How to Improve the Effectiveness of Correctional Reentry Programs that Target Employment, Edward Latessa

Policy Essay

  • A Signaling Approach to Criminal Desistance through Transitional Jobs Programs, Dan Bloom

Policy Essay

  • Good Science, Good Sense: Making Meaningful Change Happen – A Practitioner’s Perspective, Dora Schriro