Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research

Volume 12 Issue 1

Civil Gang Injunctions

Editorial Introduction

  • Civil Gang Injunctions, Finn-Aage Esbensen

Executive Summary

  • Overview of: “Improving Civil Gang Injunctions: How Implementation Can Affect Gang Dynamics, Crime, and Violence,” Karen M. Hennigan and David Sloane

Research Article

  • Improving Civil Gang Injunctions: How Implementation Can Affect Gang Dynamics, Crime, and Violence, Karen M. Hennigan and David Sloane

Policy Essays

  • The Practicalities of Targeted Gang Interventions, Chris Melde
  • The Importance of Cohesion for Gang Research, Policy, and Practice, Andrew V. Papachristos

Loner Attacks and Domestic Extremism

Editorial Introduction

  • Lone-Offender Terrorists, Gary LaFree

Executive Summary

  • Overview of: “Distinguishing ‘Loner’ Attacks from Other Domestic Extremist Violence: A Comparison of Far-Right Homicide Incident and Offender Characteristics,” Jeff Gruenewald, Steven Chermak, and Joshua D. Freilich

Research Article

  • Distinguishing “Loner” Attacks from Other Domestic Extremist Violence: A Comparison of Far-Right Homicide Incident and Offender Characteristics, Jeff Gruenewald, Steven Chermak, and Joshua D. Freilich

Policy Essays

  • Disaggregating Terrorist Offenders: Implications for Research and Practice, Paul Gill and Emily Corner
  • Informing Lone-Offender Investigations, Randy Borum

Day Reporting Centers For Parolees

Editorial Introduction

  • Day Reporting Centers: The Challenges of Effective Correctional Evaluations, Beth M. Huebner

Executive Summary

  • Overview of: “An Evaluation of Day Reporting Centers for Parolees: Outcomes of a Randomized Trial,” Douglas J. Boyle, Laura M. Ragusa-Salerno, Jennifer L. Lanterman, and Andrea Fleisch Marcus

Research Article

  • An Evaluation of Day Reporting Centers for Parolees: Outcomes of a Randomized Trial, Douglas J. Boyle, Laura M. Ragusa-Salerno, Jennifer L. Lanterman, and Andrea Fleisch Marcus

Policy Essays

  • What’s Inside the “Black Box”? The Importance of “Gray Box” Evaluations for the “What Works” Movement, Grant Duwe
  • Why Didn’t They Work? Thoughts on the Application of New Jersey Day Reporting Centers, Benjamin Steiner and H. Daniel Butler
  • Using Day Reporting Centers to Divert Parolees from Revocation, Michael Ostermann