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Submissions from 2020

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Situational crime prevention strategies in schools: an assessment of principals’ perceptions of the effectiveness of security approaches in public high schools, Julie Kiernan Coon

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Evaluation of CIT Components of Guardian Law Enforcement Training, Jacqueline B. Helfgott, Beck M. Strah, Loren Atherley, and Elizabeth Neidhart

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Behind American prison policy and population growth: An inside account, Chris Menton

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Juror Perceptions of Intoxicated Suspects’ Interrogation-Related Behaviors, Amelia Mindthoff, Jacqueline R. Evans, Gissel Perez, Skye A. Woestehoff, Alma P. Olaguez, J. Zoe Klemfuss, Jonathan P. Vallano, William Douglas Woody, Christopher J. Normile, Kyle C. Scherr, Marianna E. Carlucci, Rolando N. Carol, Timothy Hayes, Christian A. Meissner, Stephen W. Michael, Melissa B. Russano, and Eric L. Stocks

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Police supervisor attitudes toward organizational change, Joseph A. Schafer, Sean P. Varano, Phillip M. Galli, and Teri Ford

Submissions from 2019

What is service learning?: Making sense of the pedagogy and practice, Andrew Furco and Katrina Norvell

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Does video recording inhibit crime suspects? Evidence from a fully randomized field experiment, Saul M. Kassin, Melissa B. Russano, Aria D. Amrom, Johanna Hellgren, Jeff Kukucka, and Victoria Z. Lawson

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On the road (to admission): Engaging suspects with minimization, Christopher E. Kelly, Melissa B. Russano, Jeaneé C. Miller, and Allison D. Redlich

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Addressing Challenges to Homeland Security Information Sharing in American Policing: Using Kotter’s Leading Change Model, David E. Lambert

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From the ivory tower to the interrogation room: Training and field evaluation research on suspect interviewing, Melissa B. Russano, Christopher E. Kelly, and Christian A. Meissner

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The City of Brockton’s “Champion Plan”: The Role of Police Departments in Facilitating Access to Treatment, Sean P. Varano, Pamela Kelley, and Nicholas Makhlouta

Submissions from 2018

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A survey of potential jurors' perceptions of interrogations and confessions, Amelia Mindthoff, Jacqueline R. Evans, Gissel Perez, Skye A. Woestehoff, Alma P. Olaguez, J. Zoe Klemfuss, Christopher J. Normile, Kyle C. Scherr, Marianna E. Carlucci, Rolando N. Carol, Christian A. Meissner, Stephen W. Michael, Melissa B. Russano, Eric L. Stocks, Jonathan P. Vallano, and William Douglas Woody

Submissions from 2017

Anticipating cyber battlefields, Michael Fowler

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‘Any friend of yours is a friend of mine’: investigating the utilization of an interpreter in an investigative interview, Kate A. Houston, Melissa B. Russano, and Elijah P. Ricks

Submissions from 2016

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Augmenting education: Using augmented reality technologies to enhance teaching and learning, Russell William Beauchemin

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Police officers’ attitudes toward diversity issues: Comparing supervisors and non-supervisors on multicultural skills, values, and training, Julie Kiernan Coon

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Juvenile Crime and Bullying, Sean P. Varano and Joseph M. McKenna

Submissions from 2015

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Knowledge Transfer and Teaching Public Administration: the Academy Model, Michael Hall

Submissions from 2014

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Analysts, interpreters, and intelligence interrogations: Perceptions and insights, Melissa B. Russano, Fadia M. Narchet, and Steven M. Kleinman

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Structured interviews of experienced HUMINT interrogators, Melissa B. Russano, Fadia M. Narchet, Steven M. Kleinman, and Christian A. Meissner

Submissions from 2013

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Obtaining guilty knowledge in human intelligence interrogations: Comparing accusatorial and information-gathering approaches with a novel experimental paradigm, Jacqueline R. Evans, Christian A. Meissner, Amy B. Ross, Kate A. Houston, Melissa B. Russano, and Allyson J. Horgan

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Fear of Crime, Incivilities, and Collective Efficacy in Four Miami Neighborhoods, Marc L. Swatt, Sean P. Varano, Craig D. Uchida, and Shellie E. Solomon

Submissions from 2012

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The role of police in public schools: a comparison of principal and police reports of activities in schools, Julie Kiernan Coon and Lawrence F. Travis

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Minimization and maximization techniques: assessing the perceived consequences of confessing and confession diagnosticity, Allyson J. Horgan, Melissa B. Russano, Christian A. Meissner, and Jacqueline R. Evans

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Policing disasters: The role of police in the pre-disaster planning and post-disaster responses, Sean P. Varano and Joseph A. Schafer

Submissions from 2011

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The Case for Clear and Convincing Evidence: Do our Laws Value Property over Children?, Tricia P. Martland

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Communities as allies, Joseph Schafer, Sean P. Varano, and Nicholas Libby

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Interoperability and information sharing, Sean P. Varano and Thomas J. Dover

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Correlates and Consequences of Pre-Incarceration Gang Involvement among Incarcerated Youthful Felons, Sean P. Varano, Beth M. Huebner, and Timothy S. Bynum

Submissions from 2010

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Corporatization of Higher Education: the Move for Greater Standardized Assessment Programs, Robert P. Engvall

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Criminal versus HUMINT interrogations: The importance of psychological science to improving interrogative practice, Jacqueline R. Evans, Christian A. Meissner, Susan E. Brandon, Melissa B. Russano, and Steve M. Kleinman

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From Classroom to Courtroom: The Legal Advocacy Clinic as a Collaborative Effort to Address Domestic Violence Issues in the Community, Tricia P. Martland

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The need for a positive psychological approach and collaborative effort for improving practice in the interrogation room, Christian A. Meissner, Maria Hartwig, and Melissa B. Russano

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Bad moon on the rise? Lunar cycles and incidents of crime, Joseph A. Schafer, Sean P. Varano, John P. Jarvis, and Jeffrey M. Cancino

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Lots of Moving Parts: Is Service-Learning Sustainable in a College Classroom?, Jessica Skolnikoff, Robert Engvall, and KC Ferrara

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A Tale of Three Cities: Crime and Displacement after Hurricane Katrina, Sean P. Varano, Joseph A. Schafer, Jeffrey M. Cancino, Scott H. Decker, and Jack R. Greene

Submissions from 2009

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Why This Isn’t about Me: A Somewhat Responsible Response to an Unsolicited Academic Response and the “Academic Response Phenomenon”, Robert P. Engvall

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Intoxicated Witnesses and Suspects: Procedures and Prevalence According to Law Enforcement, Jacqueline R. Evans, Nadja Schreiber Compo, and Melissa B. Russano

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Constructing Crime: Neighborhood Characteristics and Police Recording Behavior, Sean P. Varano, Joseph A. Schafer, Jeffrey Michael Cancino, and Marc L. Swatt

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Server hardening model development: A methodology-based approach to increased system security, Doug White and Alan Rea

Submissions from 2008

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Social Control, Serious Delinquency, and Risky Behavior A Gendered Analysis, Jeb A. Booth, Amy Farrell, and Sean P. Varano

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Street Outreach Workers: Best Practices and Lessons Learned, Scott H. Decker, Tim S. Bynum, Jack McDevitt, Amy Farrell, and Sean P. Varano

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Bicycle patrols: an underutilized resource, Chris Menton

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Bike Patrol, Chris Menton

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Police Criminal Charging Decisions: An Examination of Post-Arrest Decision-Making, Scott W. Phillips and Sean P. Varano

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A "one-pass" methodology for sensitive data disk wipes, Doug White and Alan Rea

Submissions from 2007

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An Ecological Assessment of Property and Violent Crime Rates Across a Latino Urban Landscape: The Role of Social Disorganization and Institutional Anomie Theory, Jeffrey Michael Cancino, Sean P. Varano, Joseph A. Schafer, and Roger Enriquez

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The Effects of Social Disorganization: A Hierarchical Analysis of Perceived Incivilities in a Latino Community, Jeffrey Michael Cancino, Sean P. Varano, Joseph A. Schafer, and Roger Enriquez

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Routine Crime in Exceptional Times: The Impact of the 2002 Winter Olympics on Citizen Demand for Police Services, Scott H. Decker, Sean P. Varano, and Jack R. Greene

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A Legal and Empirical Perspective on Crime and Adult Entertainment Establishments: A Secondary Effects Study in San Antonio, Texas, Roger Enriquez, Jeffrey M. Cancino, and Sean P. Varano

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An enhancement of the pocket algorithm with ratchet for use in data mining applications, Louis W. Glorfeld and Doug White

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Gangs, Guns, and Drugs: Recidivism among Serious, Young Offenders, Beth M. Huebner, Sean P. Varano, and Timothy S. Bynum

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Bicycle patrols versus car patrols, Chris Menton

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Police Information Systems, Sean P. Varano, Jeffrey M. Cancino, James Glass, and Roger Enriquez

A paradigm of network security design: A model for teaching network security, Doug White and Alan Rea

Submissions from 2006

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Examining the effectiveness of bicycle patrols versus automobile patrols in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Hartford, Connecticut, Chris Menton

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Exposure to Community Violence and Childhood Delinquency, Justin W. Patchin, Beth M. Huebner, John D. McCluskey, Sean P. Varano, and Timothy S. Bynum

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Neighborhood Residents' Production of Order: The Effects of Collective Efficacy on Responses to Neighborhood Problems, William Wells, Joseph A. Schafer, Sean P. Varano, and Timothy S. S. Bynum

Submissions from 2005

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Safety and Security at Special Events: The Case of the Salt Lake City Olympic Games, Scott H. Decker, Jack R. Greene, Vinc Webb, Jeff Rojeck, Jack McDevitt, Sean Varano, Tim Bynum, and Peter K. Manning

Investigating true and false confessions within a novel experimental paradigm, Melissa B. Russano, Christian A. Meissner, Fadia M. Narchet, and Saul M. Kassin

Submissions from 2004

Too much democracy, Robert P. Engvall

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Who Do You Refer? The Effects of a Policy Change on Juvenile Referrals, John D. McCluskey, Sean P. Varano, Beth M. Huebner, and Timothy S. Bynum

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Exploring the Drugs-Homicide Connection, Sean P. Varano, John D. McCluskey, Justin W. Patchin, and Timothy S. Bynum

Submissions from 2003

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Academic identity : place, race, and gender in academia or is it really all academic?, Robert P. Engvall

Marginalization and racial stratification in the academic discipline of criminal justice, Robert P. Engvall

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Capital punishment in the united states, Stephanie Picolo Manzi

A paradigm of network security design: A model for teaching network security, Doug White, Louis Glorfeld, Alan Rea, and Jon Anderson

Submissions from 2002

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The Anti-Gang Initiative in Detroit: An Aggressive Enforcement Approach to Gangs, Timothy S. Bynum and Sean P. Varano

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I'll show you mine, if you show me yours : a brief and preliminary examination of parental report cards, Robert P. Engvall

Submissions from 2001

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Belonging to the world: women's rights and American constitutional culture by S. VanBurkleo, Robert P. Engvall

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An Empirical Analysis of Deviant Homicides in Chicago, Sean P. Varano and Jeffrey Michael Cancino

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Deviant Homicides: An Empirical Analysis of Deviant Homicides in Chicago, Sean P. Varano and Jeffrey Michael Cancino

Submissions from 2000

Allies, not enemies. The role of gender and professional segregation in the historical and expanded practices of allied healthcare., R. P. Engvall

Submissions from 1998

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All that appears isn't necessarily so: morality, virtue, politics, and education, Robert P. Engvall

Submissions from 1997

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The professionalization of teaching: is it truly much ado about nothing?, Robert P. Engvall