Faculty books, chapters and journal articles since 2010

2016

  • Eidson, Jillian, Caterina G. Roman and Meagan Cahill. 2016. “Successes and Challenges in Recruiting and Retaining Gang Members in Longitudinal Research: Lessons Learned from a Multi-Site Social Network Study.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. ePub July, 2016: Online first: DOI: 10.1177/1541204016657395
  • Esteban-Cornejo, Irene, Jordan A. Carlson, Terry L. Conway, Kelli Cain, Brian E. Saelens, Lawrence D. Frank, Karen Glanz, Caterina G. Roman and James F. Sallis. 2016. “Parental and adolescent perceptions of neighborhood safety related to adolescents’ physical activity in their neighborhood.” Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. Jun;87(2):191-9.
  • Harding, Courtney, and Caterina G. Roman. 2016. “Identifying Discrete Subgroups of Chronically Homeless Frequent Utilizers of Jail and Public Mental Health Services.” Criminal Justice and Behavior. ePub December, 2016: Online First: DOI: 10.1177/0093854816680838
  • Kelley, C.E. & Welsh, W.N. (2016). Examining climate across prison-based substance abuse treatment groups. Substance Use & Misuse. 51(7): 902-911. DOI: 10.3109/10826084.2016.1155621
  • Link, Nathan, and Caterina G. Roman. 2016. “Longitudinal Associations among Child Support Debt, Employment, and Recidivism after Prison.” Sociological Quarterly.
  • Monico, L.B., Mitchell, S.G., Welsh, W.N., Link, N., Hamilton, L., Redden, S.M., Schwartz, R.P., & Friedmann, P.D. (2016). Developing effective interorganizational relationships between community corrections and community treatment providers. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 55(7): 484-501, DOI: 10.1080/10509674.2016.1218401
  • Nobles, M.R, Ward, J.T., & Tillyer, R. (2016). The impact of neighborhood context on spatiotemporal patterns of burglary. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 53, 711-740.
  • Prendergast, M., Welsh, W. N., Stein, L., et al. (Published online Aug. 24, 2016). Influence of organizational characteristics on success in implementing process improvement goals in correctional treatment settings. Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research. DOI: 10.1007/s11414-016-9531-x.
  • Roman, Caterina G., Meagan Cahill and Jillian L. Eidson. 2016. Street Gang Definitions across Two US Cities: Eurogang Criteria, Group Identity Characteristics, and Peer Group Involvement. In Gang Transitions and Transformations in an International Context. Pp. 15-32. (CL Maxson & F-A Esbensen, eds). Springer. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-29602-9_2.
  • Roman, Caterina G. and Nathan Link. 2016. “Community Reintegration among Prisoners with Child Support Obligations: An Examination of Debt, Needs, and Service Receipt.” Criminal Justice Policy Review. ePub October 2015: doi: 10.1177/0887403415611460
  • Vîlcică, E. Rely. 2016. Challenges in Parole Supervision: Views from the Field. Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research. First online, September 20, DOI: 10.1080/23774657.2016.1219886.
  • Vîlcică, E. Rely. 2016. Revisiting Parole Decisionmaking: Testing for the Punitive Hypothesis in a Large US Jurisdiction. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. First online, September 15, DOI: 10.1177/0306624X16668512.
  • Vîlcică, E. Rely. 2016. Studying Parole in the Spotlight: Lessons from a Large American Jurisdiction. European Journal on Criminal Policy & Research, 22(1), 61-88.
  • Ward, J.T., Hartley, R.D., & Tillyer, R. (2016). Unpacking gender and racial/ethnic biases in the federal sentencing of drug offenders: A causal mediation approach. Journal of Criminal Justice, 46, 196-206.
  • Weisburd, David, Wooditch, Alese, Weisburd, Sarit, & Yang, Sue-Ming. (2016). Do stop, question, and frisk practices deter crime? Evidence at micro units of space and time. Criminology & Public Policy, 15(1), 31-56.
  • Welsh, W. N., Knudsen, H. K., Knight, K., et al.(2016). Effects of an organizational linkage intervention on inter-organizational service coordination between probation/parole agencies and community treatment providers. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research 43(1): 105-121. PubMed PMID: 25559124. DOI: 10.1007/s10488-014-0623-8.
  • Welsh, W. N., Prendergast, M., Knight, K., et al. (2016). Correlates of interorganizational service coordination in community corrections. Criminal Justice and Behavior 43(4): 483-505. DOI: 10.1177/0093854815607306
  • Wooditch, Alese, & Weisburd, David. (2016). Using space-time analysis to evaluate criminal justice programs: An application to stop-question-frisk practices. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 32, 191.

2015

  • Augustyn, M.B., & Ward, J.T. (2015). Exploring the sanction-crime relationship through a lens of procedural justice. Journal of Criminal Justice, 43, 470-479.
  • Blasko, B. L., Roman, C. G., & Taylor, R. B. (2015). Local gangs and residents’ perceptions of unsupervised teen groups: Implications for the incivilities thesis and neighborhood effects. Journal of Criminal Justice, 43(1), 20-28. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jcrimjus.2014.11.002
  • Friedmann P.D., Wilson, D., Knudsen, H., Ducharme, L., Welsh, W., et al. (2015). Effect of an organizational linkage intervention on staff perceptions of medication-assisted treatment and referral intentions in community corrections. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 50, 50–58
  • Groff, E. R., Ratcliffe, J. H., Haberman, C. P., Sorg, E. T., Joyce, N. M., & Taylor, R. B. (2015). Does what police do at hot spots matter? The Philadelphia policing tactics experiment. Criminology, 53(1), 23-53. doi: 10.1111/1745-9125.12055
  • Johnson, L. T., Taylor, R. B., & Groff, E. R. (2015). Metropolitan local crime clusters: Structural concentration effects and the systemic model. Journal of Criminal Justice, 43(3 (May-June)), 186-194.
  • Nelson, Matthew, Wooditch, Alese, & Dario, Lisa. (2015). Sample size, effect size, and statistical power: A replication study of Weisburd’s paradox. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 11(1), 141-163.
  • Taylor, C.J. and K. Auerhahn. “Community Justice and Public Safety: Assessing Criminal Justice Policy through the Lens of the Social Contract.” Criminology & Criminal Justice. DOI: 10:1177/1748895814553132.
  • Taylor, R. B., Wyant, B.R., Lockwood, B. (2015). Variable links within perceived police legitimacy?: Fairness and effectiveness across races and places. Social Science Research 49: 234-248.
  • Tillyer, R., Hartley, R.D., & Ward, J.T. (2015). Differential treatment of female defendants: Does criminal history moderate the effect of gender on sentence length in federal narcotics cases? Criminal Justice and Behavior, 42, 703-721.
  • Van Cleve, Nicole Gonzalez and Lauren Mayes. 2015. “Criminal Justice through “Colorblind” Lenses: A Call to Examine the Mutual Constitution of Race and Criminal Justice.” Law and Social Inquiry.
  • Vîlcică, E. Rely. 2015. The Influence of Inmate Visitation on the Decision to Grant Parole: An Exploratory Study. Journal of Criminal Justice, 43(6), 498–509.
  • Vîlcică, E. Rely & John S. Goldkamp (posthumously). 2015. Bail Prediction: Exploring the Role of Neighborhood Context in Philadelphia. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 42(11), 1159-1182.
  • Ward, J.T., Boman, J.H., & Jones, S. (2015). Hirschi’s redefined self-control: Assessing the implications of the merger between social- and self-control theories. Crime & Delinquency, 61, 1206-1233. 
  • Ward, J.T., Fox, K.A., Tillyer, M.S., & Lane, J. (2015). Gender, low self-control, and violent victimization. Deviant Behavior, 36, 113-129. 
  • Ward, J.T., Nobles, M.R., & Fox, K.A. (2015). Disentangling self-control from its elements: A bifactor analysis. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 31, 595-627.
  • Welsh, W.N. et al. (2015). Effects of a strategy to improve offender assessment practices: Staff perceptions of implementation outcomes. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2015.03.033
  • Welsh, W.N. et al. (2015). Effects of an Organizational Linkage Intervention on Inter-Organizational Service Coordination Between Probation/Parole Agencies and Community Treatment Providers. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research. DOI: 10.1007/s10488-014-0623-8.
  • Welsh, W.N., & Harding, C. (2015, in press). School effects on delinquent behavior. In: M. Krohn & J. Lane (Eds.), Handbook on Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice. John Wiley & Sons: Hoboken, NJ

2014

  • Boman, J.H., & Ward, J.T. (2014). Beyond projection: Specifying the types of peer delinquency misperception at the item- and scale-levels. Deviant Behavior, 35, 555-580.
  • Fader, Jamie J., Megan Kurlychek, and Kirstin Morgan. “The Color of Juvenile Justice: Racial Disparities in Dispositional Decisions.” Social Science Research. 44C(2014): 126-140. Available online.
  • Groff, E.R. (2014). Quantifying the Exposure of Street Segments to Drinking Places Nearby. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 30(3):527-548. Published on-line December 17, 2013 as DOI 10.1007/s10940-013-9213-2. (September 2014).
  • Groff, E.R. and B.L. Lockwood (2014). Criminogenic Facilities and Crime across Street Segments in Philadelphia: Uncovering Evidence about the Spatial Extent of Facility Influence. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 51(3): 277-314.
  • Groff, E.R., Taylor R., Elesh D., McGovern, J., and L. Johnson (2014). Permeability across a Metropolitan Area: Conceptualizing and Operationalizing a Macro Level Crime Pattern Theory. Environment and Planning A 46(1):129-152.
  • Hibdon, J. and E.R. Groff (2014). What You Find Depends on Where You Look: Using Emergency Medical Services Call Data to Target Illicit Drug Use Hot Spots. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 30(2): 169-185.
  • Houser, K. & Welsh, W. (2014). Examining the association between co-occurring disorders and seriousness of misconduct by female prison inmates. Criminal Justice and Behavior 41:650-666.
  • Johnson, S. and E.R. Groff. (2014). Strengthening Theoretical Testing in Criminology Using Agent-based Modeling. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 51(4): 508-524.
  • Ratcliffe, JH, Strang, SJ, & Taylor, RB (2014) Assessing the success factors of organized crime groups: Intelligence challenges for strategic thinking, Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 37(1): 206-227.
  • Rege, A., Ferrese, F., Biswas, S., & Bai, L. (2014). Adversary dynamics and smart grid security: A multiagent system approach. Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Resilient Control Systems (ISRCS). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). pp. 1-7. IEEE Catalog Number: CFP1469H-ART [ISBN: 978-1-4799-4187-2] DOI: 10.1109/ISRCS.2014.6900101.
  • Roberts, D., Taylor, R.B., Garcia, R.M., and Perenzin, A. (2014) Intra-streetblock spatial patterning of crime-related parochial control. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 31 (2):143-162.
  • Shafer, M.S., Prendergast, M., Melnick, G., Stein, L.A., Welsh, W.N. et al. (2014). A cluster randomized trial of an organizational process improvement intervention for improving the assessment and case planning of offenders: a Study Protocol. Health and Justice 2:1 (8 January 2014) DOI: 10.1186/2194-7899-2-1
  • Sorg, E., Wood, J.D., Groff, E.R., & Ratcliffe, J.H. (2014) Boundary adherence during place-based policing evaluations: A research note. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 51(3): 377-393.
  • Spohn, C. Kim, B., Belenko, S., & Brennan, P. (2014). The direct and indirect effects of offender drug use on federal sentencing outcomes. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 30(4), 549-576.
  • Taylor, R.B., Lawton, Brian A., & Ellen, J. (2014). Neighborhood race and nearby race affects neighborhood changes in relative status and stability: Testing an ecological extension of the neighborhood projection thesis. World Journal of Social Science Research 1(2)
  • Vîlcică, E. Rely. 2014. Parole Decisionmaking in the United States: A Crisis Situation and Its Consequences. (In Romanian) Criminologie, Criminalistică şi Penologie—Studii, nr.1-2:32-42. [Journal of the Romanian Society of Criminology].
  • Vîlcică, E. Rely. 2014. The Role of Dismissal in the American Criminal Court: Court Theories Revisited. Justice System Journal, 35(2): 205-232
  • Visher, C. A., Hiller, M. L., Belenko, S. B., Pankow, J., Dembo, R., Frisman, L. K., Pearson, F. S., Swan, H., & Wiley, T. R. A. (2014). The effect of a local change team intervention on staff attitudes towards HIV service delivery in correctional settings: A randomized trial, Aids Education and Prevention, 26(5), 411-428.
  • Ward, J.T., Krohn, M.D., & Gibson, C.L. (2014). The effects of police contact on developmental trajectories of violence: A group-based, propensity score matching analysis. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 29, 440-475.
  • Ward, J.T., Nobles, M.R., Youstin, T.J., & Cook, C.L. (2014). Placing the neighborhood accessibility-burglary link in social-structural context. Crime & Delinquency, 60, 739-763.
  • Weisburd, D., Groff, E.R., and S-M Yang. (2014). Understanding and Controlling Hot Spots of Crime: The Importance of Formal and Informal Social Controls. Prevention Science. 15(1):31-43.
  • Welsh, W.N., Zajac, G., & Bucklen, K. (2014). For whom does prison based drug treatment work? Results from a randomized experiment. Journal of Experimental Criminology 10(2):151-177. DOI 10.1007/s11292-013-9194-z.
  • Wood, J., Sorg, E., Groff, E., Ratcliffe, J. & Taylor, C. (2014) Cops as treatment providers: Realities and ironies of police work in a foot patrol experiment. Policing and Society: An International Journal of Research and Policy, 24(3): 362-379.
  • Wooditch, Alese, Tang, Liansheng, & Taxman, Faye. (2014). Which criminogenic need changes are most important in promoting desistance from crime and substance use? Criminal Justice and Behavior, 41(3), 276-299.

2013

  • Belenko, S., Visher, C., Copenhaver, M., Hiller, M., Melnick, G., O’Connell, D., Pearson, F., Fletcher, B. and the HIV-STIC Workgroup of CJDATS. (2013). A cluster randomized trial of utilizing a local change team approach to improve the delivery of HIV services in correctional settings: study protocol. Health and Justice,1,8
  • Belenko, S., Hiller, M., & Hamilton, L. (2013). Treating substance use disorders in the criminal justice system. Current Psychiatry Reports, 15: 414
  • Belenko, S., Hiller, M., Visher, C., Copenhaver, M., O’Connell, D., Burdon, W., Pankow, J., Clarke, J., & Oser, C. (2013). Policies and practices in the delivery of HIV services in correctional agencies and facilities: Results from a multisite survey. Journal of Correctional Health Care, 19, 293-310.
  • Fader, Jamie J. and Dum, Christopher P. 2013. “Doing Time, Filling Time: Bureaucratic Ritualism and Other Systemic Barriers to Youth Reentry” Children and Youth Services Review. 35:899-907.
  • Friedmann, P.D., Ducharme, L.J., Welsh, W., et al. (2013). A cluster randomized trial of an organizational linkage intervention for offenders with substance use disorders: Study protocol. Health and Justice 1:6 (19 December 2013) DOI: 10.1186/2194-7899-1-6.
  • Haberman, C. P., Groff, E. R., & Taylor, R. B. (2013). The Variable Impacts of Public Housing Community Proximity on Nearby Street Robberies. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 50(2), 163-188.
  • Johnson, Lallen T., Taylor, R. B., & Ratcliffe, J.H. (2013). Need drugs, will travel?: The distances to crime of illegal drug buyers. Journal of Criminal Justice 41(3) 178-187
  • Rege, A. (2013). 10v3.c0ns [love.cons]: A Criminological Investigation of Online Dating Crimes. Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE eCrime Researchers Summit. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). pp. 123-131. IEEE Catalog Number: CFP13ECR-POD [ISBN: 978-1-4799-1159-2].
  • Stahler, G. Mennis, J., Belenko, S., Welsh, W., Hiller, M., & Zajac. G. (2013). Predicting Recidivism for Released State Prison Offenders: Examining the Influence of Individual and Neighborhood Characteristics and Spatial Contagion on the Likelihood of Reincarceration. Criminal Justice and Behavior 40(6): 690-711.
  • Taylor, Liana, Hiller, M., Taylor, R. B. (2013). Personal factors and substance abuse treatment program retention among felony probationers: Theoretical relevance of initial vs. shifting scores on impulsivity/self-control. Journal of Criminal Justice 41(3) 141-150.
  • Van Steden, R., Wood, J., Shearing, C. & Boutellier, H. (2013) The many faces of nodal policing: Team play and improvisation in Dutch community safety. Security Journal. Published online ahead of print. Doi:10.1057/sj.2013.30.
  • Welsh, W.N. & Zajac, G. (2013). A Multi-Site Evaluation of Prison-Based Drug Treatment: Four-Year Follow-up Results. The Prison Journal 93(3): 251-271.
  • Wood, J. (2013) Qualitative research strategies for public health law evaluation. In Wagenaar, A. and Burris, S (Eds) Public health law research: Theory and methods. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  • Wood, J., Taylor, C., Groff, E. & Ratcliffe, J.(2013) Aligning policing and public health promotion: Insights from the world of foot patrol. Police Practice and Research: An International Journal. Published online ahead of print. Doi: 10.1080/15614263.2013.846982.
  • Wooditch, Alese, Lawton, Brian, & Taxman, Faye. (2013). The geography of drug abuse epidemiology among probationers in Baltimore. Journal of Drug Issues, 43(2), 231-240.

2012

  • Belenko, S., Houser, K., & Welsh, W.  (2012).  Understanding the impact of drug treatment in correctional settings. In: J. Petersilia and K. Reitz (eds.). Oxford Handbook on Sentencing and Corrections. (PP. 463-491).  New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Taxman, F.  & Belenko, S. (2012).  Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Community Corrections and Addiction Treatment.  New York: Springer.
  • Houser, K., Belenko, S., & Brennan, P. (2012) The effects of mental health and substance abuse disorders on institutional misconduct among female inmates. Justice Quarterly, 29, 799-828.
  • Wyant, B.R., Taylor, R.B., Ratcliffe, J.H. and Wood, J. Deterrence, firearm arrests, and subsequent shootings: A micro-level spatio-temporal analysis. Justice Quarterly, 29(4): 524-545.
  • Zarkin, G., Cowell, A., Hicks, K., Mills, M., Belenko, S., Dunlap, L., Houser, K., & Keyes, V. (2012).  Benefits and costs of substance abuse treatment programs for state prison inmates: Results from a lifetime simulation model. Health Economics, 21, 633-652.
  • Dembo, R., Briones, R., Gulledge, L., Karas, L., Winters, K., Belenko, S., & Greenbaum, P.E. (2012)  Stress, mental health and substance abuse problems in a sample of diversion program youth: An exploratory latent class analysis.  Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 21, 130-155.
  • Hiller, M., Belenko, S., Welsh, W., Zajac, G., & Peters, R. (2012).  Screening and assessment: An evidence-based process for the management and care of adult drug-involved offenders.  In: C. Leukefeld, J. Gregrich, and T. Gulotta (eds.). Handbook on Evidence Based Substance Abuse Treatment Practice in Criminal Justice Settings. New York: Springer.
  • Lachman, P., Caterina G. Roman and Meagan Cahill. 2012. “Assessing Youth Motivations for Joining a Peer Group as Risk Factors for Delinquent and Gang Behavior.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. DOI: 10.1177/1541204012461510.
  • Frank C. Curriero, Nathan James, Tim Shields, Caterina G. Roman, Debra Furr-Holden and Michelle Cooley-Strickland, Keshia M. Pollack,. 2012 (In Press). “Exploring Walking Path Quality as a Factor for Urban Elementary School Children’s Active Transport to School.” Journal of Physical Activity and Health. PMID:22820016.
  • Roman, Caterina G. and Shannon Reid. 2012 (October). “Assessing the Relationship between Alcohol Outlets and Domestic Violence: Routine Activities and the Neighborhood Environment.” Violence and Victims, 27(5): 811-828.
  • Roman, Caterina G., Jocelyn Fontaine, John Fallon, Jacquelyn Anderson and Corinne Rearer. 2012 (September). “Defending and Managing the Pipeline: Lessons for Running a Randomized Experiment in a Correctional Institution.” Journal of Experimental Criminology, 8(3):307-329.

2011

  • Childs, K., Dembo, R., Belenko, S., Sullivan, C., & Cochran, J.  (2011).  A group-based modeling approach to examining sociodemographic variation in the association among risky sexual behavior, drug use, and criminal involvement in a sample of newly arrested juvenile offenders. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 9, 313-332.
  • Belenko, S. & Houser, K.  (2011).  Gender differences in engagement in prison-based drug treatment.  International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. DOI: 10.1177/0306624X11414544
  • Belenko, S., Fabrikant, N., & Wolff, N.  (2011). The long road to treatment: Models of screening and admission into drug courts.  Criminal Justice and Behavior, 38, 1222-1243.
  • Mericle, A., Belenko, S., & Festinger, D.  Detection, Advice, and Referral to Services (DARTS) procedures among clients with public defenders. (2011). Substance Use and Misuse. Online publication: doi:10.3109/10826084.2011.618997.
  • Childs, K., Dembo, R., Belenko, S., Wareham, J., & Schmeidler, J.  (2011). A comparison of individual and community level predictors of marijuana and cocaine use among a sample of newly arrested juvenile offenders. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 20, 114-134.
  • Wolff, N., Belenko, S., Fabrikant, N., & Huening, J. (2011).  Research Brief: Mental Health Courts and their selection processes: Modeling variation for consistency.  New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Behavioral Health Services and Criminal Justice Research, Rutgers University.
  • Weisburd, D., Groff, E.R., and S-M Yang (In press). Understanding and Controlling Hot Spots of Crime: The Importance of Formal and Informal Social Controls. Prevention Science.
  • Harris, P.W., Mennis, J., Obradovic, Z., Izenman, A.J., & Grunwald, H.E. The coaction of neighborhood and individual effects on juvenile recidivism. Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, 13(3), 33-55.
  • Harris, P.W., Lockwood, B., Mengers, L., and Stoodley, B.H. Measuring recidivism in juvenile corrections. Journal of Juvenile Justice, 1(1), 1-16.
  • Izenman, A., Harris, P.W., Mennis, J., and Jupin, J. Local Spatial Biclustering and Prediction of Urban Juvenile Delinquency and Recidivism. Statistical Analysis and Data Mining, 4(3), 259–275.
  • Mennis, J., & Harris, P. The role of crime specialization, neighborhood social disorganization, and spatial contagion in determinants of juvenile recidivism. Journal of Adolescence, 34, 951-963.
  • Taylor, R.B., Harris, P.W., Jones, P. R., Garcia, M., & McCord, E.S. Ecological origins of shared perceptions of troublesome teen groups: Implications for the basic systemic model of crime, the incivilities thesis, and political economy.  Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 48(2)2, 298-324.
  • Mennis, J., Harris, P., Obradovic, Z., Izenman, A., Grunwald, H., and Lockwood, B. The effect of neighborhood characteristics and spatial spillover on urban juvenile delinquency and recidivism. The Professional Geographer, 63(2), 174 – 192.
  • Rengert, G. F. and E. R. Groff (2011). Residential Burglary: How the Urban Environment and Our Lifestyles Play A Contributing Role. Springfield, IL, Charles C. Thomas.
  • Riedel, M. & Welsh, W.N. (2011). Criminal Violence: Patterns, Causes, and Prevention (3rd ed). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Hiller, M. L., Belenko, S., Welsh, W., Zajac, G., & Peters, R. H. (2011). Screening and assessment: An evidence-based process for the management and care of adult drug-involved offenders. In C.G. Leukefeld, J. Gregrich, & T. Gullotta (Eds.). Handbook on evidence based substance abuse treatment practice in criminal justice settings (pp. 45-62). New York: Springer.
  • Roman, Caterina G. and Jocelyn Fontaine. (2011). “Collaborative solutions for reentry housing.” In R. Immarigeon and L. Fehr (Eds.) Pathways for Prisoner Reentry. American Correctional Association Press.
  • Roman, John, Jeffrey Butts and Caterina G. Roman. 2011. Evaluating systems change in a juvenile justice reform initiative. Children and Youth Services Review, 33: S41-S53.
  • Marks, M., Wood, J., Azzopardi, J. and Xaba, T. Reconfiguring state and non-state actors in the provision of safety in (South) Africa: Implications for bottom-up policing arrangements and for donor funding. Journal of Legal Pluralism, 63: 49-72.
  • Ratcliffe, J., T. Taniguchi, E.R. Groff and Wood, J. The Philadelphia Foot Patrol Experiment:  A Randomized Controlled Trial of Police Effectiveness in Violent Crime Hotspots. Criminology, 35(1): 1-18.
  • Wood, J., Swanson, J., Burris, S. and Gilbert, A. Monograph:  Police interventions with persons affected by Mental Illnesses: A critical review of global thinking and practice.. New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Behavioral Health Services and Criminal Justice Research, Rutgers University.
  • Wood, J., Shearing, C. and Froestad, J. Restorative justice and nodal governance. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 35(1).

2010

  • Auerhahn, Kathleen and Caitlin J. McGuire. Revisiting the Social Contract:  Community Justice and Public Safety. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Grunwald, H., Lockwood, B., Harris, P., Mennis, J., Obradovic, Z. and Izenman, A. Effects of Neighborhood Context on Juvenile Recidivism Rates: Does Recidivism Offense Type Matter? Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 39:1067–1079.
  • Hiller, M. L., Saum, C. A., & Taylor, L. (2010). Outcome evaluation of a DUI court, Offender Program Reports, 13(6), 81-93.
  • Taylor, R.B., Kelly,   C.E., and Salvatore,  C. “Where Are Police Perceived As More Responsive to Troublesome Teen Groups?:  Theoretical Relevance of Community-Level Ecological Variation.” Policing & Society, 20(2): 143-171.
  • Welsh, W.N. (2010). Inmate responses to prison-based drug treatment: A repeated measures analysis. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 109, 37-44.
  • Welsh, W.N. (2010). Prison-based substance-abuse programs. In: Gideon, L. and Sung, H. (Eds.), Rethinking corrections: Rehabilitation, reintegration and reentry (pp. 157-192). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Wood, J., Swanson, J., Burris, S. and Gilbert, A. Policy Brief:  Police interventions with persons affected by Mental Ilnesses. Global trends and future possibilities. New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Behavioral Health Services and Criminal Justice Research, Rutgers University.
  • Marks, M. and Wood, J. South African policing at a crossroads: The case for a ‘minimal’ and ‘minimalist’ public police. Theoretical Criminology, 14(3): 1-20.
  • Burris, S., Wagenaar, A.C., Swanson, J.W., Ibrahim, J., Wood, J., and Mello, M. Making the case for laws that improve health: A framework for public health law research. Milbank Quarterly, 88(2): 169-210.
  • Marks, M., Wood, J., Ali, F., Walsh, T. and Witbooi, A. Worlds apart? On the possibilities of police/academic collaborations. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 4(2): 1-7.

Selected Journal Publications

  • Groff, E. R. and McCord. E. (2012). The Role of Neighborhood Parks as Crime Generators. Security Journal. 25: 1-24. 2012. Published on-line March 7, 2011.
  • Ratcliffe, J., T. Taniguchi, E.R. Groff and J. Wood (2011). The Philadelphia Foot Patrol Experiment: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Police Effectiveness in Violent Crime Hotspots. Criminology. 49(3):795-831. 2011.
  • Groff, E. R. (2011). Exploring ‘Near’: Characterizing the Spatial Extent of Drinking Place Influence on Crime. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology. 44(2) 156–179.
  • Groff, E.R., D. Weisburd, and Yang, S-M. 2010. Is it Important to Examine Crime Trends at a Local “Micro” Level?: A Longitudinal Analysis of Block to Block Variability in Crime Trajectories. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 26:7-32.

Books:

  • Fader, Jamie J. 2013 Falling Back: Incarceration and Transitions to Adulthood Among Urban Youth. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
  • Taylor, R. B. (2015). Community Criminology: Fundamentals of Spatial and Temporal Scaling, Ecological Indicators, and Selectivity Bias. New York: NYU Press
  • Rengert, G. F. and E. R. Groff (2011). Residential Burglary: How the Urban Environment and Our Lifestyles Play A Contributing Role. Springfield, IL, Charles C. Thomas.
  • Riedel, M. and W.N. Welsh (2015). Criminal Violence: Patterns, Causes, and Prevention (4th ed). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Van Cleve, Nicole Gonzalez.  Crook County: Racism and Injustice in America’s Largest Criminal Court. Stanford University Press. May 2016.
  • Weisburd, D., E. Groff, et al. (2012). The Criminology of Place: Street Segments and Our Understanding of the Crime Problem. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
  • Welsh, W.N. and P.W. Harris (2016). Criminal Justice Policy and Planning (5th ed). New York: Routledge.

Selected Book Chapters:

  • Groff, E. R. (In Press). Measuring the Exposure of Places to Nearby Facilities Using Geoprocessing Models. Crime Modeling and Mapping Using Geospatial Technologies. M. Leitner. New York, Springer: 269-296.
  • Groff, E.R. and M.J. Fraley. Moving Agents on Representative Networks. In K. Johnston (ed), Agent Analyst: Agent-Based Modeling in ArcGIS. ESRI Press: Redlands, CA. 2012. Pp. 203-238. http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/agent-analyst/.
  • Groff, E.R. and M.J. Fraley. Adding Complexity to Agent Movement on Representative Networks. In K. Johnston, et al (ed), Agent Analyst: Agent-Based Modeling in ArcGIS. ESRI Press: Redlands, CA. 2012. Pp. 359-410. http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/agent-analyst/
  • Groff, E.R., and T. McEwen. 2005. Disaggregating the Journey to Homicide. In F. Wang (ed.), Geographic Information Systems and Crime Analysis. Idea Group: Hershey, PA.
  • Groff, E.R., and N.G. LaVigne. 2002. Forecasting the Future of Predictive Crime Mapping. In N. Tilley (ed.), Analysis for Crime Prevention (Vol. 13, pp. 29-58). Criminal Justice Press: Monsey, NY
  • Kay Harris. 2009. Identity change through the transformation model of the Public Safety Initiative of LIFERS, Inc.’ in Bonita M. Veysey, Johnna Christian and Damian J. Martinez, eds.How Offenders Transform Their Lives. Portland, OR: Willan Publishing.
  • Harris, M.K.   Pennsylvania Lifers Group challenges street-crime culture: Seeking transformation through positive peer intervention. Offender Programs Report. Civic Research Institute: Kingston, NJ. . Vol. 12. No. 5. January/February 2009. Pages 65-71.Criminology 23:75 – 103.