Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research

Volume 13 Issue 1

Vollmer Award Address

Vollmer Award Address

  • Interventions for juvenile offenders: A serendipitous journey, Mark W. Lipsey

Vollmer Award Commentary

  • Mark Lipsey’s contribution to evidence-based services for juvenile offenders: What works across juvenile justice systems, James C. Howell

Vollmer Award Commentary

  • From research synthesis to evidence-based policy and practice: How Mark Lipsey is improving juvenile offender treatment, Brandon C. Welsh

Juvenile Economic Sanctions

Editorial Introduction

  • Rehabilitative and restorative justice for juvenile offenders: How might economic sanctions help? John W. Raine

Research Article

  • Juvenile Economic Sanctions: An Analysis of Their Imposition, Payment, and Effect on Recidivism, Stacy Hoskins Haynes, Alison C. Cares, and R. Barry Ruback

Policy Essay

  • The Costs of Delinquency, Mark A. Greenwald, Sherry L. Jackson, and Michael T. Baglivio

Policy Essay

  • Juvenile economic sanctions: A logical alternative? Tamara Walsh

Serious, Violent, and Chronic Juvenile Offenders

Editorial Introduction

  • Delinquency referrals; predictive and protective factors for serious, violent, and chronic offenders; and juvenile justice interventions, Kenneth C. Land

Research Article

  • Serious, Violent, and Chronic Juvenile Offenders: A Statewide Analysis of Prevalence and Prediction of Subsequent Recidivism Using Risk and Protective Factors, Michael T. Baglivio, Katherine Jackowski, Mark A. Greenwald, and James C. Howell

Policy Essay

  • What are the policy implications of our knowledge on serious, violent, and chronic offenders? Rolf Loeber and Lia Ahonen

Policy Essay

  • Moving from Description to Implementation of Evidence-Based Research Findings, Alex R. Piquero

Sex Offender Residence Restrictions

Editorial Introduction 

  • Evidence of Ineffectiveness: Advancing the Argument Against Sex Offender Residence Restrictions, Richard Tewksbury

Research Article

  • The Effect and Implications of Sex Offender Residence Restrictions: Evidence From a Two-State Evaluation, Beth M. Huebner, Kimberly R. Kras, Jason Rydberg, Timothy S. Bynum, Eric Grommon, and Breanne Pleggenkuhle

Policy Essay

  • Sex offender residency restrictions: Successful integration or exclusion? Elizabeth Ehrhardt Mustaine

Policy Essay

  • Residence restrictions are ineffective, inefficient, and inadequate: So now what? Kelly M. Socia