Volume 7 Issue 2

Disorder and Crime

  • Editorial Introduction: Broken Windows and Broken Windows Policing, Roger B. Parks
  • Broken Windows or Window Dressing? Citizens’ (In)Ability to Tell the Difference between Disorder and Crime, Jacinta M. Gau, Travis C. Pratt
  • Broken Windows or Window Dressing? Citizens’ (In)Ability to Tell the Difference between Disorder and Crime, Wesley G. Skogan
  • Policy Essay: Making Order of Disorder: A Call for Conceptual Clarity, Charis E. Kubrin

Asset Forfeiture

  • Editorial Introduction: Asset Forfeiture and Policing, Gilbert Geis
  • Is Policing for Profit? Answers from Asset Forfeiture, John L. Worrall, Tomislav V. Kovandzic
  • Policy Essay: Evaluating the Balance Sheet of Asset Forfeiture Laws: Toward Evidence-Based Policy Assessments, Eric P. Baumer
  • Policy Essay: Policing Should Not Be for Profit, Jerome H. Skolnick

Community Supervision

  • Editorial Introduction: The Social Ecology of Community Corrections—Understanding the Link between Individual and Community Change, James M. Byrne
  • No Illusions: Offender and Organizational Change in Maryland’s Proactive Community Supervision Efforts, Faye S. Taxman
  • Policy Essay: A Promising Future for Community Corrections, Ronald P. Corbett, Jr.
  • Policy Essay: Recidivism and Its Discontents, Richard Rosenfeld
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