Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research

Volume 12 Issue 2

DUI Recidivism

Editorial Introduction

  • The Challenges of Screening DUI Offenders, Alan Cavaiola

Executive Summary

  • Overview of: “Moving beyond BAC in DUI: Identifying Who Is at Risk of Recidivating,” Karen L. Dugosh, David S. Festinger, and Douglas B. Marlowe

Research Article

  • Moving beyond BAC in DUI: Identifying Who Is at Risk of Recidivating, Karen L. Dugosh, David S. Festinger, and Douglas B. Marlowe

Policy Essays

  • Criminal Justice and Public Health Policies to Reduce the Negative Impacts of DUI, William F. Wieczorek
  • Deterring DUI Behavior in the First Place: A Bigger Bang for the Buck? James C. Fell and Robert B. Voas
  • If I Had a Hammer, I Would Not Use it to Control Drunk Driving: Using Predictive Tools to Respond to Persistent Drunk Driving, Matthew DeMichele and Brian Payne

Local Immigration Enforcement

Editorial Introduction

  • College Athletes and NCAA Violations, Jason A. Winfree

Executive Summary

  • Overview of: “The Effects of Local Immigration Enforcement on Crime and Disorder: A Case Study of Prince William County, Virginia,” Christopher S. Koper, Thomas M. Guterbock, Daniel J. Woods, Bruce Taylor, and Timothy J. Carter

Research Article

  • The Effects of Local Immigration Enforcement on Crime and Disorder: A Case Study of Prince William County, Virginia, Christopher S. Koper, Thomas M. Guterbock, Daniel J. Woods, Bruce Taylor, and Timothy J. Carter

Policy Essays

  • The Need for Social Policies that Support the Revitalizing Effects of Immigration Rather than Law Enforcement Initiatives that Assume Disproportionate Immigrant Criminality, Matthew T. Lee
  • When Perception is Reality 287(g)—A Solution in Search of a Problem, Terry Coonan

Developmental Crime Prevention

Editorial Introduction

  • Encouraging Policy Makers and Practitioners to Make Rational Choices about Programs Based on Scientific Evidence on Developmental Crime Prevention, David P. Farrington

Executive Summary

  • Overview of: “Valuing Developmental Crime Prevention,” Matthew Manning, Christine Smith, and Ross Homel

Research Article

  • Valuing Developmental Crime Prevention, Matthew Manning, Christine Smith, and Ross Homel

Policy Essays

  • Enhancing the Quality of Stakeholder Assessments of Evidenced-Based Prevention Programs, Abigail A. Fagan
  • Enhancing Translational Knowledge on Developmental Crime Prevention: The Utility of Understanding Expert Decision Making, Christopher J. Sullivan
  • Building Efficient Crime Prevention Strategies: Considering the Economics of Investing in Human Development, D. Max Crowley