Rutgers School of Criminal Justice

Recent Publications by Students

Last updated: Jan 2014

Forthcoming

  • Braga, A.A., Welsh, B.C., Papachristos, A.V., Schnell, C., and Grossman, L.  (Forthcoming).  The growth of randomized experiments in policing: The vial few and the salience of mentoring.  Journal of Experimental Criminology.
  • Brunson, Rod K., Anthony A. Braga, David M. Hureau, and Kashea Pegram.
    Forthcoming.“We Trust You, But Not That Much: Examining Police-Black
    Community Partnerships to Reduce Youth Violence.” Justice Quarterly.
  • Lanterman, J.L., Boyle, D.J., Ragusa-Salerno, L.M. (in press).  Sex offender risk assessment, sources of variation, and the implications of misuse.  Criminal Justice and Behavior.
  • Livingston, Lindsey and Jody Miller. “Inequalities of Race, Class and
    Place and their Impact on Desistance Pathways in Post-Incarceration Higher
    Education” For submission to Race and Justice: An International Journal,
    Special Issue on Examining Racial Disparities in a Post-Racial Era (under
    review, January 2014).

2013

  • Boyle, D.J., Ragusa-Salerno, L.M., Marcus, A.F., Passannante, M.R., & Furrer, S. (2013). Public knowledge and use of sexual offender Internet registries: Results from a random digit dialing telephone survey. Journal of Interpersonal ViolenceAdvance online publication.  doi: 10.1177/0886260513511698
  • Boyle, D.J., Ragusa-Salerno, L.M., Lanterman, J.L., Fleish Marcus, A. (2013).  An evaluation of day reporting centers for parolees: Outcomes of a randomized trial. Criminology and Public Policy, 12(1) 119-143.
  • Braga, A.A. and Schnell, C.  (2013).  Evaluating place-based policing strategies: Lessons learned from the Smart Policing Initiative in Boston. Police Quarterly 16: 339-357.
  • Garcia, J. (2013). Book Review of “Pathways for Offender Reentry: An ACA
    Reader” by Russ Immarigeon and Larry M. Fehr. Entry in Criminal Law and
    Criminal Justice Book Reviews, edited by James O. Finckenaur. Newark, NJ:
    Rutgers University.
  • Garcia, J. (2013). Book Review of “Racial Disparities in Capital
    Sentencing: Prejudice and Discrimination in the Jury” by Jamie L. Flexon.
    Entry in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Book Reviews, edited by James
    O. Finckenaur. Newark, NJ: Rutgers University.
  • Kurti, Marin, Klaus von Lampe, and Douglas E. Thompkins. (2013). “The Illegal Cigarette Market in a Socioeconomically Deprived Inner-City Area: The Case of the South Bronx” Tobacco Control (2) 138-40.
  • Moreto, W., Piza, E., and Caplan, J. (2013). A Plague on Both Your Houses? Risks, Repeats, and Reconsiderations of Urban Residential Burglary. Justice Quarterly.
  • Ragusa-Salerno, L.M., Ostermann, M., & Thomas, S. (2013).  Does the Level of Service Inventory-Revised have utility for sex offenders?  Criminal Justice and Behavior, 40(9), 959-969.
  • Trocchio, S., Chassler, D., Storbjörk, J.,  Delucchi, K.,  Witbrodt, J., & Lundgren, L. (2013). The association between self-reported mental health status and alcohol and drug abstinence 5 years post-assessment for an addiction disorder in US and Swedish samples. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 32(2), 180-193.

2012

  • Byun, S. (2012). What Happens Before Intimate Partner Violence? Distal and Proximal Antecedents. Journal of Family Violence 27(8), 783–799. doi:10.1007/s10896-012-9464-y
  • Pegram, Kashea. 2012. “Peer Groups and Delinquency.” The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
  • Caplan, Joel M., Kennedy, Leslie W. & Gohar Petrossian (*). 2011. Police-monitored CCTV cameras in Newark, NJ: A quasi-experimental test of crime deterrence. Journal of Experimental Criminology 7.
  • Choo, Kyungseok, Kyung-Shick Choi & Yong-Eun Sung (*). 2011. The Police crackdown in red light districts in South Korea and the crime displacement effect after the 2004 Act on the Punishment of Intermediating in the Sex Trade. British Journal of Community Justice 8.
  • Graycar, Adam & Diego Villa (*). 2011. The loss of governance capacity through corruption. Governance 24.
  • Herrschaft, Bryn (*) (with Hamilton, Z.) 2011. Recidivism among paroless in New York City (2001-2008). New York, NY: Center for Court Innovation.
  • Kennedy, Leslie, Joel Caplan & Eric Piza (*). 2011. Risk clusters, hotspots, and spatial intelligence: Risk terrain modeling as an algorithm for police resource allocation strategie. Journal of Quantitative Criminology 27.
  • Pires, Stephen F. (*) & William D. Moreto (*). 2011. Preventing wildlife crimes: Solutions that can overcome the ‘Tragedy of the Commons. European Journal of Criminal Policy and Research 17.
  • Pires, Stephen F. (*) & Ronald V. Clarke. 2011. Sequential foraging, itinerant fences and parrot poaching in Bolivia. British Journal of Criminology 51.

2010

  • Clarke, Ronald V., Stephane Contre & Gohar Petrossian (*). 2010. Deterrence and fare evasion: results of a natural experiment. Security Journal 23.
  • Han, Chang-Ryung (*). 2010. Behind borders – A high-risk goods tracing system. World Customs Journal 5.
  • Herrschaft, Bryn (*), Bonnie V. Veysey, Heather Tubman-Carbone (*) & Johnna Christian. 2009. Gender differences in the transformation narrative: Implications for revised reentry strategies for female offenders. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 48.
  • Marteache, Nerea (*), Marian Martínez García & Meritxell Pérez Ramírez. 2010. “Comparación entre opinión pública y ‘opinión pública meditada’ en relación a la delincuencia sexual” (Comparing public judgment to public opinion on sex offending). Revista Española de Investigación Criminológica 8 (Spanish Journal of Criminological Research).

2009

  • Christian, Johnna & Shenique S. Thomas (*). 2009. Examining the intersections of race, gender, and mass imprisonment. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice 7.
  • Lemieux, Andrew M.(*)  & Ronald V. Clarke. 2009. The international ban on ivory sales and its effect on elephant poaching in Africa. British Journal of Criminology. 45.
  • Rege, Aunshul (*). 2009. What’s love got to do with it? Exploring online dating scams and identity fraud. International Journal of Cybercriminology 3.

 

(*) PhD student at the time of publication decision