Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research

Volume 11 Issue 2

Vollmer Award

Vollmer Award Address

  • On Behalf of Women Offenders: Women’s Place in the Science of Evidence-based Practice, Patricia Van Voorhis

Vollmer Award Commentaries

  • Patricia Van Voorhis: Have Vision, Will Travel, Emily J. Salisbury and Meda Chesney-Lind
  • “Every Time a Bell Rings an Angel Gets His Wings”: Commentary on Patricia Van Voorhis’ Receipt of the 2011 Vollmer Award, Bonita M. Veysey

High Point Drug Market Intervention

Editorial Introduction

  • The Impact of Drug Market Pulling Levers Policing on Neighborhood Violence: An Evaluation of the High Point DrugMarket Intervention, Philip J. Cook

Executive Summary

  • Overview of: “The Impact of Drug Market Pulling Levers Policing on Neighborhood Violence: An evaluation of the High Point Drug Market Intervention,” Nicholas Corsaro, Eleazer D. Hunt, Natalie Kroovand Hipple, and Edmund F. McGarrell

Research Article

  • The Impact of Drug Market Pulling Levers Policing on Neighborhood Violence: An evaluation of the High Point DrugMarket Intervention, Nicholas Corsaro, Eleazer D. Hunt, Natalie Kroovand Hipple, and Edmund F. McGarrell

Policy Essays

  • Getting Deterrence Right? Evaluation Evidence and Complementary Crime Control Mechanisms, Anthony A. Braga
  • Good Markets Make Bad Neighbors: Regulating Open-air Drug Markets, Peter Reuter and Harold A. Pollack

Early Intervention Between Schools And Law Enforcement

Editorial Introduction

  • Editorial Introduction, Alex R. Piquero

Executive Summary

  • Overview of: “Getting the Law Involved: A Quasi-experiment in Early Intervention Involving Collaboration between Schools and the District Attorney’s Office,” John Paul Wright, Pamela M. McMahon, Claire Daly, and J. Phil Haney

Research Article

  • Getting the Law Involved: A Quasi-experiment in Early Intervention Involving Collaboration between Schools and the District Attorney’s Office, John Paul Wright, Pamela M. McMahon, Claire Daly, and J. Phil Haney

Policy Essays

  • New Standards for Demonstrating Program Effectiveness, Peter W. Greenwood
  • The Case for Early Crime Prevention, Brandon C. Welsh
  • Should the Juvenile Justice System be involved in Early Intervention? David P. Farrington

Crime Reduction Through A Regulatory Approach

Editorial Introduction

  • Crime as Pollution: Lessons from Environmental Regulation, Daniel S. Nagin

Executive Summary

  • Overview of: “Crime Place and Pollution: Expanding Crime Reduction Options through a Regulatory Approach,” John E. Eck and Emily B. Eck

Research Article

  • Crime Place and Pollution: Expanding Crime Reduction Options through a Regulatory Approach, John E. Eck and Emily B. Eck

Policy Essays

  • Bringing Social Context Back Into the Equation: The Importance of Social Characteristics of Places in the Prevention of Crime, David Weisburd
  • Some Problems with Place-based Crime Policies, Dan A. Black and Kyung Park
  • Crime, Place, and Pollution: Expanding Crime Reduction Options through a Regulatory Approach, Lorraine Mazerolle and Janet Ransley
  • Joining the Regulatory Fold, Malcolm K. Sparrow
  • Crime Reduction: Responsibility, Regulation, and Research, Nick Tilley

Assessing The Earned Discharge Pilot Project

Editorial Introduction

  • Evidence-Based Policy and the Politics of Criminal Justice Reform, Heather Schoenfeld

Executive Summary

  • Overview of: “Assessing the Earned Discharge Pilot Project: The Importance of Context, Capacity, and Content,” Sarah M. Smith, Marisa K. Omori, Susan F. Turner and Jesse Jannetta

Research Article

  • Assessing the Earned Discharge Pilot Project: The Importance of Context, Capacity, and Content, Sarah M. Smith, Marisa K. Omori, Susan F. Turner and Jesse Jannetta

Policy Essays

  • Perpetual “Crisis” and the Dysfunctional Politics of Corrections in California, Michael C. Campbell
  • Resisting “Evidence” in Challenging Correctional Environments, Jeffrey Lin