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Advancing criminology and criminal justice policy [electronic resource] /

edited by Thomas G. Blomberg, Julie Mestre Brancale, Kevin M. Beaver and William D. Bales.

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Names: Blomberg, Thomas G., | Brancale, Julie Mestre, | Beaver, Kevin M., | Bales, William D.,
Published: London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.
Topics: Crime. | Crime prevention. | Criminal justice, Administration of. | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Criminology.
Genres: Electronic books. | Electronic books.
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245 00|aAdvancing criminology and criminal justice policy|h[electronic resource] /|cedited by Thomas G. Blomberg, Julie Mestre Brancale, Kevin M. Beaver and William D. Bales.
264 1|aLondon ;|aNew York :|bRoutledge, Taylor & Francis Group,|c2016.
300 |a1 online resource (xxiv, 476 pages).
336 |atext|btxt|2rdacontent
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tEvidence, evaluation, and strategies for moving criminal justice policy forward /|rWilliam D. Bales --|tEvidence-informed criminal justice policy: looking back, moving forward /|rThomas P. Abt --|tPolicy evaluation and assessment /|rDaniel P. Mears --|tRole of theory, ideology, and ethics in criminal justice policy /|rCecilia Chouhy --|tTranslational criminology: a new path forward /|rNicole E. Frisch --|tCrime prevention --|tIndividual, family, and community prevention programs /|rWilliam D. Bales --|tJuvenile delinquency prevention programs /|rDavid P. Farrington --|tOpportunities for public policies to strengthen families and prevent crime /|rAbigail A. Fagan --|tCommunity crime prevention /|rDavid Kennedy --|tSituational crime prevention /|rKate Bowers --|tIntroduction: policing /|rWilliam D. Bales --|tCommunity policing /|rCody Telep --|tProblem-oriented policing: evidence v. framing in implementation success /|rKathleen Gallagher --|tScience and practice of hot-spots policing /|rAnthony A. Braga --|tIntroduction: court sentencing /|rWilliam D. Bales --|tMandatory minimum penalties: evidence-based consequences and recommendations for policy and legal reform /|rCelesta A. Albonetti --|tSentencing disparities /|rJulia Laskorunsky --|tSex offender legislation and policy /|rJason Rydberg --|tDrug courts and drug policy /|rDouglas B. Marlowe --|tDid the Gregg decision overcome the arbitrary and discriminatory use of the death penalty so prevalent in Furman? /|rGordon P. Waldo --|tIntroduction: community corrections /|rWilliam D. Bales --|tImproving correctional supervision: what does the research tell us? /|rMyrinda Schweitzer --|tSmart sentencing revisited: assessing the policy/practice implications of research on electronic monitoring and other intermediate sanctions /|rJames M. Byrne --|tIntroduction: incarceration /|rWilliam D. Bales --|tConfinement in local jails: institutions and their clients neglected by criminologists /|rL. Sergio Garduno --|tDoes a prison term prevent or promote more crime? /|rGerald G. Gaes --|tIntroduction: reentry and recidivism reduction programs /|rWilliam D. Bales --|tReentry from incarceration to community: a convergence of practices based on scientific evidence to enhance citizenship /|rKimberly R. Kras --|tEffects of prison programming /|rKelle Barrick --|tChallenge of integrating restorative justice into the "deep-end" of criminal justice /|rRoxana Willis --|tJuvenile justice education /|rThomas G. Blomberg --|tIntroduction: special populations /|rWilliam D. Bales --|tInmates with serious mental illnesses: current knowledge and challenges for practice /|rAndrew J. Harris --|tWomen's incarceration and motherhood: policy considerations /|rMarilyn Brown --|tAging and dying in prison: at the intersection of crime, costs, and health care /|rKarol Lucken --|tNative American criminal justice: toward evidence-based policies and practices /|rRoy F. Janisch --|tIntroduction: the future of criminology and criminal justice policy /|rWilliam D. Bales --|tMass incarceration, the carceral state, and evidence-based research /|rMarie Gottschalk --|tMedia and criminal justice policy and practices /|rKimberly Kampe --|tCost-effective and accountable criminal justice policy /|rBeck M. Strah --|tUtility of findings from biosocial research for public policy /|rJoseph A. Schwartz --|tBringing evidence into criminal justice policy /|rAlfred Blumstein.
520 |aAdvancing Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy is a definitive sourcebook that is comprised of contributions from some of the most recognized experts in criminology and criminal justice policy. The book is essential reading for students taking upper level courses and seminars on crime, public policy and crime prevention, as well as for policy makers within the criminal justice sphere. There has been a growing recognition of the importance of evidence-based criminal justice policies from criminologists, policymakers, and practitioners. Yet, despite governmental and professional association efforts to promote the role of criminological research in criminal justice policy, political ideologies, fear, and the media heavily influence criminal justice policies and practices. Bridging the gap between research and policy, this book provides the best-available research evidence, identifies strategies for informing policy and offers direct policy recommendations for a number of pressing contemporary issues in criminal justice, including: Delinquency, intervention programs and community crime prevention; Problem-oriented policing and the science of hot-spot policing; Sentencing and drug courts; Community corrections, incarceration and rehabilitation; Mental illness, gender, aging and indigenous communities. --|cProvided by publisher.
650 0|aCrime.
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650 0|aCriminal justice, Administration of.
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700 1 |aBlomberg, Thomas G.,|eeditor.
700 1 |aBrancale, Julie Mestre,|eeditor.
700 1 |aBeaver, Kevin M.,|eeditor.
700 1 |aBales, William D.,|eeditor.
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