Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research

Volume 9 Issue 1

Vollmer Award Address

Vollmer Award Address

  • On being right, but unhappy, Elliott Currie

Vollmer Award Commentary

  • Elliott Currie’s contribution to public criminology: An appreciation and a lament, Malcom M. Feeley

Vollmer Award Commentary

  • Elliott Currie: In tribute to a life devoted to confronting crime, Francis T. Cullen

Vollmer Award Commentary

  • Elliot Currie: August Vollmer Award winner, 2009, Jerome H. Skolnick

Alcohol Policy Implementation Evaluation

Editorial Introduction

  • Evaluation of the Licensing Act of 2003: A look inside the black box, Andrew Treno

Research Article

  • Evaluating a natural experiment in alcohol policy: The Licensing Act (2003) and the requirement for attention to implementation, David K. Humphreys, Manuel P. Eisner

Policy Essay

  • After the Act: Alcohol licensing and the administrative governance of crime, Phil Hadfield, Fiona Measham

Policy Essay

  • Why implementation matters: Recent experience with the U.K. Licensing Act (2003), Shannon Frattaroli

Legitimacy Perceptions in Corrections

Editorial Introduction

  • Boot camps redux: What can they tell us about correctional legitimacy? Susan Turner

Research Article

  • Legitimacy in corrections: A randomized experiment comparing a boot camp with a prison, Derrick Franke, David Bierie, Doris Layton MacKenzie

Policy Essay

  • Transforming attitudinal change into behavioral change: The missing link, Megan C. Kurlychek

Policy Essay

  • “Legitimacy in corrections”: Policy implications, Tom R. Tyler

Problem-Oriented Policing

Editorial Introduction

  • Evaluating the effectiveness of problem-oriented policing, Michael S. Scott

Research Article

  • Is problem-oriented policing effective in reducing crime and disorder? Findings from a Campbell systematic review, David Weisburd, Cody W. Telep, Joshua C. Hinkle, John E. Eck

Policy Essay

  • Setting a higher standard for the evaluation of problem-oriented policing initiatives, Anthony A. Braga

Policy Essay

  • Whither problem-oriented policing, Nick Tilley