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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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Evidence, evaluation, and strategies for moving criminal justice policy forward / William D. Bales -- Evidence-informed criminal justice policy: looking back, moving forward / Thomas P. Abt -- Policy evaluation and assessment / Daniel P. Mears -- Role of theory, ideology, and ethics in criminal justice policy / Cecilia Chouhy -- Translational criminology: a new path forward / Nicole E. Frisch -- Crime prevention -- Individual, family, and community prevention programs / William D. Bales -- Juvenile delinquency prevention programs / David P. Farrington -- Opportunities for public policies to strengthen families and prevent crime / Abigail A. Fagan -- Community crime prevention / David Kennedy -- Situational crime prevention / Kate Bowers -- Introduction: policing / William D. Bales -- Community policing / Cody Telep -- Problem-oriented policing: evidence v. framing in implementation success / Kathleen Gallagher -- Science and practice of hot-spots policing / Anthony A. Braga -- Introduction: court sentencing / William D. Bales -- Mandatory minimum penalties: evidence-based consequences and recommendations for policy and legal reform / Celesta A. Albonetti -- Sentencing disparities / Julia Laskorunsky -- Sex offender legislation and policy / Jason Rydberg -- Drug courts and drug policy / Douglas B. Marlowe -- Did the Gregg decision overcome the arbitrary and discriminatory use of the death penalty so prevalent in Furman? / Gordon P. Waldo -- Introduction: community corrections / William D. Bales -- Improving correctional supervision: what does the research tell us? / Myrinda Schweitzer -- Smart sentencing revisited: assessing the policy/practice implications of research on electronic monitoring and other intermediate sanctions / James M. Byrne -- Introduction: incarceration / William D. Bales -- Confinement in local jails: institutions and their clients neglected by criminologists / L. Sergio Garduno -- Does a prison term prevent or promote more crime? / Gerald G. Gaes -- Introduction: reentry and recidivism reduction programs / William D. Bales -- Reentry from incarceration to community: a convergence of practices based on scientific evidence to enhance citizenship / Kimberly R. Kras -- Effects of prison programming / Kelle Barrick -- Challenge of integrating restorative justice into the "deep-end" of criminal justice / Roxana Willis -- Juvenile justice education / Thomas G. Blomberg -- Introduction: special populations / William D. Bales -- Inmates with serious mental illnesses: current knowledge and challenges for practice / Andrew J. Harris -- Women's incarceration and motherhood: policy considerations / Marilyn Brown -- Aging and dying in prison: at the intersection of crime, costs, and health care / Karol Lucken -- Native American criminal justice: toward evidence-based policies and practices / Roy F. Janisch -- Introduction: the future of criminology and criminal justice policy / William D. Bales -- Mass incarceration, the carceral state, and evidence-based research / Marie Gottschalk -- Media and criminal justice policy and practices / Kimberly Kampe -- Cost-effective and accountable criminal justice policy / Beck M. Strah -- Utility of findings from biosocial research for public policy / Joseph A. Schwartz -- Bringing evidence into criminal justice policy / Alfred Blumstein.

Table of Contents for: Advancing criminology and criminal justi