Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research

Volume 9 Issue 4

Violent Victimization and Economic Conditions

Editorial Introduction

  • Economic Conditions and Minority Violence: An introduction to “Violent Victimization among Males and Economic Conditions: The Vulnerability of Race and Ethnic Minorities,” Alfred Blumstein

Research Article

  • Violent victimization among males and economic conditions: The Vulnerability of Race and Ethnic Minorities, Janet L. Lauritsen and Karen Heimer

Policy Essay

  • Property crime: yes; violence: no: Comment on Lauritsen and Heimer, Philip J. Cook

Policy Essay

  • Questions about the relationship of economic conditions to violent victimization, Kenneth C. Land and Hui Zheng

Policy Essay

  • Economic conditions and racial/ethnic variations in violence: Immigration, the Latino paradox, and future research, Ramiro Martinez, Jr.

Policy Essay

  • Inequality by design: The connection between race, crime, victimization, and social policy, Patricia Y. Warren

Public Criminologies

Editorial Introduction

  • Editorial Introduction to “Public Criminologies,” Todd R. Clear

Research Article

  • Public Criminologies, Christopher Uggen and Michelle Inderbitzin

Policy Essay

  • Comment on “Public Criminologies,” Paul Rock

Policy Essay

  • Who will be the public criminologists? How will they be supported? Kenneth C. Land

Policy Essay

  • What is to be done with public criminology? Ian Loader and Richard Sparks

Policy Essay

  • “Public Criminology” and evidence-based policy, Michael Tonry

Policy Essay

  • The role of research and researchers in crime and justice policy, Daniel P. Mears

Reducing Homeless-Related Crime

Editorial Introduction

  • The Police, Disorder, and the Homeless, Anthony A. Braga

Research Article

  • Policing the homeless: An evaluation of efforts to reduce homeless-related crime, Richard Berk and John MacDonald

Policy Essay

  • Policy Essay on “Policing the Homeless…” Alex R. Piquero

Policy Essay

  • Tackling homelessness in Los Angeles’ Skid Row: The role of policing strategies and the spatial deconcentration of homelessness, Dennis P. Culhane

Policy Essay

  • Policy is in the details: Using external validity to help policy makers,  John E. Eck

Policy Essay

  • The Safer Cities Initiative and the removal of the homeless: Reducing crime or promoting gentrification on Los Angeles’ Skid Row? Alex S. Vitale

Policy Essay

  • Policy essay on “Policing the Homeless: An Evaluation of Efforts to Reduce Homeless-Related Crime,” Michael Rowe and Maria O’Connell

Policy Essay

  • Jim Longstreet, Mike Marshall, and the lost art of policing skid row, Michael D. White