Faculty books, chapters and journal articles since 2005
Auerhahn, K. 'Social control of the self' and the decision to plead guilty. International Review of Sociology.
Auerhahn, K. Criminal sentencing policy and aging prison populations. Chapter 2 in Aging Prisoners: A Challenge to the Criminal Justice System. John J. Kerbs and Jennifer M. Jolley (Eds.) Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
Auerhahn, Kathleen and Caitlin J. McGuire. Revisiting the Social Contract: Community Justice and Public Safety. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Auerhahn, Kathleen and Caitlin J. McGuire [forthcoming]. Community justice and public safety: A reconceptualization. Chapter 2 In Handbook of Social Justice, Augustus Kakanowski and Marijus Narusevich, Eds. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers
Auerhahn, K. Just another crime? Examining
disparity in homicide sentencing. The Sociological
Quarterly. 48(2): 277-313.
Auerhahn, K. Do you know who your probationers are? Using Simulation Modeling to estimate the composition of California’s probation population, 1980-2000. Justice Quarterly. 23(4).
Belenko, S., Hiller, M., Visher, C., Copenhaver, M., O’Connell, D., Burdon, W., Pankow, J., Clarke, J., & Oser, C. (in press). Polices and practices in the delivery of HIV services in correctional agencies and facilities: Results from a multisite survey. Journal of Correctional Health Care.
Stahler, G., Mennis, J., Belenko, S., Welsh, W., Hiller, M., & Zajac, G. (in press). 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.
Spohn, C. & Belenko, S. (in press). Do the drugs, do the time? The effect of drug abuse on sentences imposed on drug offenders in three U.S. District Courts. Criminal Justice and Behavior.
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.
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.
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.
Fader, Jamie J. 2013. Falling Back: Incarceration and Transitions to Adulthood Among Urban Youth. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. Reviews available here.
Fader, Jamie J., Megan Kurlychek, and Kirstin Morgan. (Forthcoming) “The Color of Juvenile Justice: Racial Disparities in Dispositional Decisions.” Social Science Research. 44C(2014): 126-140. Available online.
Fader, Jamie J., Brian Lockwood, Victoria Schall, and Benjamin Stokes. (Forthcoming) “A Promising Approach to Narrowing the School-to-Prison Pipeline: The WISE Arrest Diversion Program.” Youth Violence & Juvenile Justice. Available online.
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.
Dum, Christopher P. and Jamie J. Fader. 2013. “These are Kids’ Lives!: Dilemmas and Adaptations of Juvenile Aftercare Workers.” Justice Quarterly. 30(5): 784-810.
Kelly, Christopher E. and Jamie J. Fader. 2012. “Computer-Based Employment Applications: Implications for Offenders and Supervising Officers" Federal Probation. 76(1). June 2012.
Fader, Jamie J. 2011. “Conditions of a Successful Status Graduation Ceremony: Formerly-Incarcerated Urban Youth and their Tenuous Grip on Success.” Punishment & Society. 13(1): 29-46.
Fader, Jamie J. 2011. “Out-of-Home Placements.” In William Chambliss (Ed.) Juvenile Crime and Justice. Sage Publications.
Fader, Jamie J. 2008. “You Can Take Me Outta The ‘Hood, but You Can’t Take The ‘Hood Outta Me: Youth Incarceration and Reentry.” In Elijah Anderson (Ed.) Against the Wall: Poor, Young, Black, and Male. University of Pennsylvania Press.
Fader, Jamie J. 2008. Book Review, Judging Juveniles: Prosecuting Juveniles in Adult and Juvenile Courts. Aaron Kupchik, 2006. Theoretical Criminology.
Katz, Michael B., Mark J. Stern, and Jamie J. Fader. 2007. “The Mexican Immigration Debate: The View from History.” Social Science History. 31(2).
Selected Journal Publications:
Groff, E.R., Ratcliffe, J.R., Haberman, C., Sorg, E., Joyce, N., and R. Taylor (forthcoming). Does What Police Do at Hot Spots Matter?: The Philadelphia Policing Tactics Experiment. Criminology.
Groff, E.R. 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).
Weisburd, D., Groff, E.R., and S-M Yang. Understanding and Controlling Hot Spots of Crime: The Importance of Formal and Informal Social Controls. Prevention Science. 15(1):31-43.
Johnson, S. and E.R. Groff. Strengthening Theoretical Testing in Criminology Using Agent-based Modeling. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 51(4): 508-524.
Hibdon, J. and E.R. Groff. 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.
Groff, E.R. and B.L. Lockwood. 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. Permeability across a Metropolitan Area: Conceptualizing and Operationalizing a Macro Level Crime Pattern Theory. Environment and Planning A 46(1):129-152
Weisburd, D., E. Groff, et al. (2012). The Criminology of Place: Street Segments and Our Understanding of the Crime Problem. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Selected book chapters and other publications:
Groff, E.R. Informal Social Control and Crime Events. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. Published on-line first DOI: 10.1177/1043986214552619.
Rengert, G.F., Lockwood, B.L. and E.R. Groff. Barriers to Offending: Burglary and Racial Communities. Andresen, M. and G. Farrell (eds) The Criminal Act: The Role and Influence of Routine Activity Theory. Palgrave.
Groff, E.R. Measuring a Place’s Exposure to Facilities Using Geoprocessing Models: An Illustration Using Drinking Places and Crime. In Leitner, M. (ed). Crime Modeling and Mapping Using Geospatial Technologies. Pp. 269-295. Springer.
Groff, E.R. and M.J. Fraley. Moving Agents on Representative
Networks. In K. Johnston (ed), Agent Analyst: Agent-Based Modeling in
ArcGIS. Pp. 203-238. ESRI Press: Redlands, CA. http://resources.arcgis.com/
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. Pp. 359-410. http://resources.arcgis.com/
|M. Kay Harris||
M. 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. “Transformative justice: The transformation of restorative justice.” In Sullivan, D. and L. Tifft (Ed.S). Handbook of Restorative Justice: A Global Perspective. Routledge: New York, NY, 555-566.
Harris, M.K. In search of common ground: The importance of theoretical orientations in criminology and criminal justice. Criminology and Public Polic,y 4 (2), 311-328.
W.N. Welsh and P.W. Harris. (2012). Criminal Justice Policy and Planning, 4th edition. Cincinnati: Elsevier-Anderson
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., 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.
Welsh, W.N. and Harris, P. Criminal Justice Policy and Planning (2nd ed). Cincinnati: LexisNexis, Anderson Publishing Co.
Hiller, M. L., Belenko, S., Taxman, F, Young, D., Perdoni, M., & Saum, C. Measuring drug court structure and operations: Key components and beyond, Criminal Justice and Behavior.
Hiller, M. L., Belenko, S., Welsh, W., Zajac, G., & Peters, R. H. 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. New York: Springer.
Salvatore, C., Henderson, J., Hiller, M. L., White, E., & Samuelson, B. An observational study of team meeting and status hearings in juvenile drug court, National Drug Court Review.
Hiller, M. L., Saum, C. A., & Taylor, L. (2010). Outcome evaluation of a DUI court, Offender Program Reports, 13(6), 81-93.
Hiller, M. L., Malluche, D., Bryan, V., DuPont, L., Martin, B., Abensur, R. L., Leukefeld, C. G., & Payne, C. (2010). A multi-site description of juvenile drug courts: Program models and during-program outcomes, International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 54, 213-235.
Hiller, M. L., Narevic, E., Webster, J. M., Rosen, P., Staton, M., Leukefeld, C. G., Garrity, T. F. & Kayo, R. (2009). Problem severity and motivation for treatment in incarcerated substance abusers, Substance Use and Misuse, 44,28-41.
Saum, C. A. & Hiller, M. L. (2008). Should violent offenders be excluded from drug court participation? An examination of the recidivism of violent and nonviolent drug court participants, Criminal Justice Review, 33(3), 291-307.
Saum, C. A., O’Connell, D. J., Martin, S. S., Hiller, M. L., Bacon, G. A., & Simpson, D. D. (2007). Tempest in a TC: Changing treatment providers for in-prison therapeutic communities, Criminal Justice and Behavior, 34(9), 1168-1178.
Saum, C.A., Hiller, M.L., Leigey, M.E., Inciardi, J.A. & Surratt, H.L. (2007) Predictors of substance abuse treatment entry for crime-involved, cocaine-dependent women, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 91, 253-259.
Hiller, M. L., Leukefeld, C. G., Garrity, T. F., Godlaski, T., Schoeneberger, M. L., Townsend, M., Hascal, K. (2007). Client outcomes from rural substance abuse treatment, Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 39(1), 59-68.
Leukefeld, C. G., Hiller, M. L., Webster, J. M., Staton-Tindal, M., Martin, S. S., Duvall, J., Tolbert, V. E., & Garrity, T. F. (2006). A prospective examination of high-cost health services utilization among drug using prisoners re-entering the community, Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, 33(1), 73-85.
Hiller, M. L., Knight, K., & Simpson, D. D. (2006). Recidivism following mandated residential substance abuse treatment for felony probationers, The Prison Journal, 86(2), 230-241.
Hiller, M. L., Knight, K., Saum, C. A., & Simpson, D. D. (2006). Social functioning, treatment dropout, and recidivism of probationers mandated to a modified therapeutic community, Criminal Justice and Behavior, 33(6), 738-759.
Bryan, V., Hiller, M. L., & Leukefeld, C.G. (2006). A qualitative examination of the juvenile drug court treatment process, Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 6(4), 91-114.
Jones, P.R. and Wyant, B. (2009) ‘Delinquency’, Encyclopedia entry in Shweder, Richard A., Thomas R. Bidell, Anne C. Dailey, Suzanne D. Dixon, Peggy J. Miller, and John Modell, eds. The Child: An Encyclopedic Companion. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Schwartz, I.M., Jones, P. R., Schwartz, D. and Obradovic, Z. Improving social work through the use of technology and advanced research methods, Ch. 13 (pp. 214-230) in D. Lindsey and A. Shlonsky (Eds.) Child Welfare Research: Advances for Practice and Policy, Oxford University Press.
79 (2) pp. 461-498.
Jones, P. R. Quality matters: For program development and evaluative research, Criminology & Public Policy (Invited Senior Editorial Review) Criminology and Public Policy, 5 (3) pp.1001-1004.
Jones, P. R., Levine-Laufgraben, J. and Morris, N. Developing an empirically based typology of attitudes to participation In learning community courses. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 31(3) pp.249-265.
Jones, P. R.., Using groups in criminal justice courses:
Some new twists on a traditional pedagogical tool. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 17 (1) pp.1-16.
Ratcliffe, JH, Intelligence-Led Policing, Willan Publishing: Cullompton.
Ratcliffe, JH and Taniguchi, T. (2008) Is crime higher around drug-gang street corners? Two spatial approaches to the relationship between gang set spaces and local crime levels, Crime Patterns and Analysis, 1(1): 23-46.
Ratcliffe, J.H. (2006) ‘Video surveillance of public places’. Problem-Oriented Guides for Police, Response Guides Series No 4. US Department of Justice (Office of Community Oriented Policing Services): Washington DC.
Ratcliffe, J.H. (2005) The effectiveness of police intelligence management: A New Zealand case study, Police Practice and Research, 6 (5): 435-451.
Chainey, S & Ratcliffe, J.H., GIS and Crime Mapping, John Wiley & Sons: London.
Ratcliffe, J.H., Biles, D., Green, T. and Miller, S. (2005) Drug-related complaints against police: some findings from a New South Wales study, Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 28 (1): 69-83.
Ratcliffe, J.H. (2005) Detecting spatial movement of intra-region crime patterns over time, Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 21 (1): 103-123.
Rege, A., Ferrese, F., Biswas, S. & Bai, L. (forthcoming), "Adversary Dynamics and Smart Grid Security: A Multiagent System Approach", Idaho National Laboratory's 2014 Resilience Week, CO, August 19-21, 2014.
Rege, A. (2014). A Criminological Perspective on Power Grid Cyberattacks: Using Routine Activities Theory and Rational Choice Perspective to Explore Adversarial Decision-Making. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DGJHSEM) [Also to appear later in the Special Issue on Cybersecurity, Cybercrime, Cyberwarfare].
Rege, A. (2013). 10v3.c0ns: A Criminological Investigation of Online Dating Crimes, Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE eCrime Researchers Summit, September 17-18, 2013, IEEE Catalog Number: CFP13ECR-POD, ISBN: 978-1-4799-1159-2
Rege, A. (2012). Digital Information Warfare Trends in Eurasia. Security Journal, advanced online publication, September 3, 2012. Impact factor 0.341
Taniguchi, T., Rengert, G. and McCord, E. Where size matters: Agglomeration economies of illegal drug markets in Philadelphia, Justice Quarterly.
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.
Ratcliffe, JH and Rengert, G.F. Near repeat patterns in Philadelphia shootings, Security Journal, 21(1-2): 58-76.
Rengert, G. and Lowell, R. Combating campus Crime with
mapping and analysis. Crime Mapping News 7: 1-5.
Pollack, K., Rossen, L., Roman, C., Whitt-Glover, M., & Leviton, L. 2013 (In Press). “The Role of Public Safety for Obesity Interventions within African American Communities.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.
Roman, C.G., Stodolska, M. Yahner, J., & Shinew, K.J. 2013. “Pathways to Outdoor Recreation, Physical Activity and Delinquency among Urban Latino Adolescents.” Annals of Behavioral Medicine. DOI 10.1007/s12160-012-9418-x.
Stodolska, Monika, Kimberly Shinew, Juan Carlos Acevedo and Caterina G. Roman. 2013. “I Was Born in the Hood: Fear of Crime, Outdoor Recreation and Physical Activity among Mexican American Urban Adolescents.” Leisure Sciences, 35:1-15.
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., 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.
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.
Roman, C., Knight, C, Chalfin, A., Popkin. S. The relation of the perceived environment to fear, physical activity, and health in public housing developments: Evidence from Chicago. Journal of Public Health Policy.
Butts, J.A. and Roman, Caterina. A community youth development approach to gang control programs. In: Youth Gangs and Community Intervention: Research, Practice, and Evidence, edited by Robert Chaskin. New York: Columbia University Press.
Metraux, S. Roman, C. and Cho, R. “Incarceration and homelessness,” in Deborah Dennis, Gretchen Locke & Jill Khadduri, eds., Toward Understanding Homelessness: The 2007 National Symposium on Homelessness Research. Washington DC: US Department of Housing and Urban Development. Click here for full text.
Roman, C and Chalfin, A. Fear of walking outdoors: A multilevel ecologic analysis of crime and disorder.” American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 34(4):306-312.
Cahill, M. and Roman, C. GIS and mapping at the Urban Institute’s Justice Policy Center. Cartography and Geographic Information Science. 34(2): 159-160.
Roman, C., Wolff, A., Correa, V. and Buck, J. Assessing intermediate outcomes of a faith-based residential prisoner reentry program. Research on Social Work Practice, 17: 199-215.
Roman, C., and Travis, J. Where will I sleep tomorrow: Housing, homelessness and the returning prisoner. Housing Policy Debate, 17(2): 389-418.
Mears, D., Roman, C. Buck, J, and Wolff, A. Faith-based efforts To improve prisoner reentry: Assessing the logic and evidence. Journal of Criminal Justice, 34(4).
Roman, C., Ahn-Redding, H., Simon, RJ. Global perspectives on social issues: Illicit drug policies, trafficking, and use the world over. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Roman, C. “The routine activities of youth and neighborhood violence: Spatial modeling of place, time and crime. In Fahui Wang (Ed.), Geographic Information Systems and Crime Analysis. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.
Taylor, R. B. (in press) Communities, crime, and reaction to crime multilevel models: Accomplishments and meta-challenges. Journal of Quantitative Criminology.
Taylor, R. B. (in press). The Incivilities thesis: Family members, Close Cousins, and implications for fear, crime, neighborhood change and the current mortgage crisis. In Montserrat Pareja Eastaway (section editor) International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home. New York: Elsevier.
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.
Taylor, R. B., Goldkamp, J.S., Weiland, D.S., Breen, C., Garcia, R.M., Presley, L.A., Wyant, B.R. (2007). Revise policies mandating offender DNA collection. Criminology and Public Policy 6(4) 2301-2312.
Garcia, R. M., Taylor, R. B., Lawton, B. A. Impacts of violent crime and neighborhood structure on trusting your neighbors. Justice Quarterly 24 (4) 679-704.
Wyant, B., and Taylor, R. B. (in press). Size of household gun collections: Implications for gender and subcultures. Criminology. 45(3) 519-546.
McCord, E.S., Ratcliffe, J.H., Garcia, R.M., and Taylor, R. B. Nonresidential crime attractors and generators elevate perceived neighborhood crime and incivilities. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 44: 295-320.
Walsh, J., and Taylor, R. B. (2007) Predicting decade-long changes in community motor vehicle theft rates: Impacts of structure and surround. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 44(1) 64-90.
Walsh, J., and Taylor, R. B. (in press) Community structural predictors of spatially aggregated motor vehicle theft rates: Do they replicate? Journal of Criminal Justice, 35:297-311.
Taylor, R. B., Ratcliffe, J.H., Dote, L., and Lawton, B. Roles of neighborhood race and status in the middle stages of juror selection. Journal of Criminal Justice. Journal of Criminal Justice 35(4) 391-403.
Wang, K., and Taylor, R. B. Simulated walks through dangerous alleys: Impacts of features and progress on fear. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 26:269-283.
|E. Rely Vîlcica||In press
Vîlcică, E.R., Belenko, S., Hiller, M., & Taxman, F. In press. Exporting court innovation from the United States to Continental Europe: Compatibility between the drug court model and inquisitorial justice systems. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice.
Goldkamp, J.S. & Vîlcică, E.R. 2009. Judicial discretion and the unfinished agenda of American bail reform: Lessons from Philadelphia’s evidence-based judicial strategy. Studies in Law, Politics and Society, 47: 115-157.
Goldkamp, J. S. and Vîlcica, E.R. Targeted enforcement and adverse system side-effects: The generation of fugitives in Philadelphia, Criminology, 46(2):371-410.
Salvatore, C., Taniguchi, T., & Welsh, W.N. (2012). Is emerging adulthood influencing Moffitt’s developmental taxonomy? Adding the “prolonged” adolescent offender. Western Criminology Review, 13, 1-15.
Belenko, S., Houser, K., & Welsh, W.N. (2012). Measuring the impact of drug treatment in correctional settings. In: J. Petersilia and K. Reitz (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Sentencing and Corrections (pp. 463-491). New York: Oxford University Press.
Freidmann, P., Hoskinson, R., Gordon, M., Schwartz, R., Kinlock, T., Knight, K., Flynn, PM, Welsh, WN, Stein, LAR, Sacks, S., O’Connell, DJ, Knudsen, HK, Shafer, MS, Hall, E., & Frisman, LK. (2012). Medication-assisted treatment in criminal justice settings affiliated with the Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Availability, barriers and intentions. Substance Abuse, 33, 9-18.
Houser, K.A., Salvatore, C., & Welsh, W.N. (2012). Individual level predictors of community aftercare completion. The Prison Journal, 92, 106-124.
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.
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.
Kelly, C.E. & Welsh, W.N. (2008). The predictive validity of the Level of Service Inventory-Revised for drug-involved offenders. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 35, 819-831.
Mello, M., Wood, J. Burris, S., Wagenaar, A., Ibrahim, J., & Swanson, J. Critical opportunities for public health law: A call for action. American Journal of Public Health. Published online ahead of print. Doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2013.301281
Van Steden, R., Wood, J., Shearing, C. & Boutellier, H. 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.
Wood, J., Sorg, E., Groff, E., Ratcliffe, J. & Taylor, C. 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. Published online ahead of print. Doi:10.1080/10439463.2013.784292.
Groff, E., Johnson, L., Ratcliffe, J. & Wood, J. Exploring the relationship between foot and car patrol in violent crime areas. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 36(1): 119-139.
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.
Wood, J., Swanson, J., Burris, S. and Gilbert, A. Monograph: Police interventions with persons affected by Mental Ilnesses: A critical review of global thinking and practice.. New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Behavioral Health Services and Criminal Justice Research, Rutgers University.
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.
Wood, J. and Shearing, C. Nodal policing. Justitiële verkenningen (Judicial explorations), special issue on the nodal governance of security, 35(1): 11-28. In Dutch.
Marks, M., Shearing, C. and Wood, J. A thin or a thick blue line? Exploring alternative models for community policing and the police role in South Africa .pp.153-168 in Grabosky, P. (ed)
Community Policing and Peacekeeping. CRC Press/Taylor and Francis.
Marks, M., Shearing, C. and Wood, J. Who should the police be? Finding a new narrative for community policing in South Africa. Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, 10(2): 145-155.
Harris, N. and Wood, J. Governing beyond command and control: A responsive and nodal approach to child protection’, pp. 329-346 in Deflem, M. (Ed.) Surveillance and Governance: Crime Control and Beyond. Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance, Volume 10. Bingley, UK: Emerald/JAI Press.
Marks, M. and Wood, J. Generating youth safety from below: Situating young people at the centre of knowledge production’, in T. Williamson (ed) The Handbook of Knowledge Based Policing: Current Conceptions and Future Directions. West Sussex: John Wiley and Sons.
Wood, J., Fleming, J. and Marks, M. Building the capacity of police change agents: The Nexus Policing Project’, Policing and Society, 18(1): 72-87.
Dupont, B. and Wood, J. Urban security, from nodes to networks: On the value of connecting disciplines. Canadian Journal of Law and Society, 22(2): 95-112.
Wood, J. and Font, E. Crafting the governance of security in Argentina: Engaging with global trends’, pp. 329-356 in J. Sheptycki and A. Goldsmith (eds) Crafting Global Policing. Oxford: Hart.
Wood, J. and Marks, M. Cultural change through ‘nexus policing’, pp. 275-294 in M. O’Neill, M. Marks and A.M. Singh (eds) Police Occupational Culture: New Debates and Directions. Elsevier.
Shearing, C. and Wood, J. ‘From the guest editors: Reshaping policing: Ideas in action’, Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, 8(2): 99-106.
Wood, J. and Shearing, C. Imagining Security. Cullompton: Willan.
Wood, J. and Marks, M. Nexus governance: Building new ideas for security and justice’, pp. 719-738 in Slakmon, C., M. Rocha Machado and P. Cruz Bottini (eds.) Novas Direções na Governança da Justiça e da Segurança. Brasília- D.F.: Ministry of Justice of Brazil, United Nations Development Programme – Brazil, and the School of Law of the Getulio Vargas Foundation - São Paulo.
Fleming, J. and Wood, J. (eds) Fighting Crime Together: The Challenges of Policing and Security Networks. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.
Fleming, J. and Wood, J. Introduction: New ways of doing business: Networks of policing and security’, pp. 1-14 in Fleming, J. and Wood, J. (eds) Fighting Crime Together: The Challenges of Policing and Security Networks. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.
Wood, J. Dark networks, bright networks and the place of the police, pp. 246-269 in Fleming, J. and Wood, J. (eds) Fighting Crime Together: The Challenges of Policing and Security Networks. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.
Lewis, C. and Wood, J. The governance of policing and security provision’, pp. 218-245 in Fleming, J. and Wood, J. (eds) Fighting Crime Together: The Challenges of Policing and Security Networks. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.
Fleming, J. Marks, J. and Wood, J. 'Standing on the inside looking out’: The significance of police unions in networks of police governance. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 39(1): 71-89.
Wood, J. and Cardia, N. Brazil’, pp. 139-168 in T. Jones and T. Newburn (eds) Plural Policing: A Comparative Perspective. London: Routledge.
Wood, J. and Dupont, B. (eds), Democracy, Society and the Governance of Security. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Wood,J. and Dupont, B. Introduction: Understanding the governance of security’, pp. 1-10 in Wood, J. and Dupont, B. (eds), Democracy, Society and the Governance of Security. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Wood, J. Research and Innovation in the field of security: A nodal governance view, pp. 217-240 in Wood, J. and Dupont, B. (eds), Democracy, Society and the Governance of Security. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Dupont, B. and Wood, J. Conclusion: The future of Democracy’, pp. 241-248 in Wood, J. and Dupont, B. (eds), Democracy, Society and the Governance of Security. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Shearing,C. and Wood, J. Nodal governance, denizenship and communal space, pp. 97-112 in S.L. Robins (ed.), Limits to Liberation after Apartheid: Citizenship, Governance and Culture in South Africa and the Election of 1800. Oxford: James Currey and Athens, OH: Ohio University Press and Swallow Press.
Wood, J. and Kempa, M. Understanding global trends in policing: Explanatory and normative dimensions’, pp. 287-316 in J. Sheptycki and A. Wardick (eds) Transnational and Comparative Criminology. London: Glass House Press.
Hermer, J., Kempa, M., Shearing, C., Stenning, P. and Wood, J. Policing in Canada in the twenty-first century: Directions for law reform’, pp. 3-91 in D. Cooley (ed) Re-imagining Policing in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.