Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research

Volume 13 Issue 2

Editorial Introduction

  • Reducing Crime through Community Investment: Can We Make it Work? Lauren J. Krivo

Community investment and the control of street crime

Research Article

  • New parochialism, sources of community investment, and the control of street crime, David M. Ramey, and Emily A. Shrider

Policy Essay

  • New parochialism and community dynamics: Benefits and possible collateral consequences, Andrea Leverentz

Policy Essay

  • Making or Breaking Neighborhoods: Public Social Control and the Political Economy of Urban Crime, María B. Vélez, and Christopher J. Lyons

Downward Departures in Child Pornography Sentencing

Editorial Introduction

  • Sentencing Policy Disputes, Melissa Hamilton

Research Article

  • “Fundamentally flawed?” Exploring the use of policy disagreements in judicial downward departures for child pornography sentences, Kimberly A. Kaiser, and Cassia C. Spohn

Policy Essay

  • The Mismatch of Guidelines and Offender Danger and Blameworthiness: Departures as Policy Signals from the Courts, Jeffery T. Ulmer

Immigration Enforcement, Policing, and Crime

Editorial Introduction

  • The Strange Career of Immigration in American Criminological Research, Richard Rosenfeld

Research Article

  • Immigration Enforcement, Policing and Crime: Evidence from the Secure Communities Program, Elina Treyger, Aaron Chalfin, and Charles Loeffler

Policy Essay

  • Secure or Insecure Communities? Seven Reasons to Abandon the Secure Communities Program, Charis E. Kubrin

 Policy Essay

  • The Reality of Secure Communities Program: Are Our Communities Really Becoming Safer? Ramiro Martinez, Jr., and Janice Iwama