ResultsFound: 159 on Criminal Justice
2016 study in Criminology that seeks to understand how judges’ decision-making processes may cause or support racial disparities in the criminal justice system.
A 2016 study in Criminology & Public Policy that looks at older, untested rape kits to gauge their usefulness to criminal justice authorities.
A 2014 study published in the John Marshall Journal of Information Technology and Privacy Law looks at the loosely-regulated internet gun market and its impact on gun control.
Immigration to the United States from Latin America has long been a subject of heated debate, and it has become particularly contentious throughout the 2016 presidential campaign. Some candidates have employed strong rhetoric about building walls and deporting “illegals,” while others have decried how immigration policies break up families. For Latin Americans, the decision to migrate is often […]
A 2015 study published in Behavioral Sciences and the Law examines the relationship between psychological “identification” and acts of targeted violence, including school shootings and terrorism
2016 study published in Criminology that looks at the characteristics of juvenile offenders who stopped committing crimes.
2016 research brief from the Scholars Strategy Network that examines the types of crime that occurs in areas hit by disasters such as earthquakes, significant fires or hurricanes.
2016 study from researchers at Florida State University that examines whether joblessness affects the commission of serious property crime, specifically robbery and burglary.
2016 study published in Criminology that explores changes in the age distribution of prisoners during the U.S. prison boom that began in the late 20th century.
2014 study in the American Journal of Public Health showing a “strong association” between solitary confinement and acts of self-harm.