1. Advancing Justice Policy. Natasha A. Frost & Joshua D. Freilich.
2. Creating Research Evidence: Work to Enhance the Capacity of Justice Agencies for Generating Evidence. Thomas E. Feucht & Christopher A. Innes.
3. Criminologists Should Stop Whining About Their Impact on Policy and Practice. Charles F. Wellford.
Advancing Criminology in Policy and Practice. Thomas G. Blomberg.
Raising the Level of Public Debate: Another View of Criminology''s Policy Relevance. Richard Rosenfeld.
4. Processes of Redemption Should be Built into the Use of Criminal-History Records for Background Checking. Alfred Blumstein & Kiminori Nakamura.
"Virtue''s door unsealed is never sealed again": Redeeming Redemption and the Seven-Year Itch. Shadd Maruna.
5. The Price and the Promise of Citizenship: Extending the Vote to Nonincarcerated Felons. Christopher Uggen & Michelle Inderbitzin.
Felons Should Not Have an Automatic Right to Vote. Roger Clegg.
6. Reduce Disparity in Economic Sanctions. R. Barry Ruback & Valerie A. Clark.
If It''s Disparity, Sure. Candace McCoy.
7. Use Information Technologies to Empower Communities & Drive Innovation in the
Criminal Justice System. Tracy Siska.
Response to Siska. Susan Turner.
DRUG & ALCOHOL POLICY.
8. Leave the Minimum Drinking Age to the States. Philip J. Cook.
The Minimum Legal Drinking Age: "Leaving it to the States" vs. Uniformity at a Lower Age. Mark A.R. Kleiman.
9. Legal Regulation of Marijuana: The Better Way. Patricia Erickson, Elaine Hyshka, & Andrew Hathaway.
Radical Drug Control. Hal Pepinsky.
10. International Cooperation, Not Unilateral Policies May Be the Best Counterterrorist Strategy. Gary LaFree, Sue-Ming Yang, & Martha Crenshaw.
Applying Crime Theory to Terrorism Research. Leslie W. Kennedy.
Theoretical and Methodological Innovations in Terrorism Research: A Response to LaFree, Yang, & Crenshaw. Cynthia Lum.
11. Policymakers and Law Enforcement Must Consider the Unintended Consequences of Their Proposed Interventions/Responses to Extremist and Terrorist Groups. Steven M. Chermak, Joshua D. Freilich, & David Caspi.
Recommendations about Recommendations: Regarding the Need for Sufficient Funding, Sophisticated Data Analysis, and Discipline Maturity. Kelly Damphousse.
12. Allow Extremist Participation in the Policy-Making Process. Laura Dugan and Joseph Young.
Including Extremists in the Political Process: "Irreconcilables," Constraints on Violence, and the Social Scientific Analysis of Terrorism. Brian Nussbaum.
13. Preventing Firearms Use by Terrorists in the U.S. Through Enhanced Law Enforcement and Intelligence Cooperation. Richard L. Legault and James C. Hendrickson.
Comment on Legault and Hendrickson. Alan J. Lizotte.
14. Reduce Using Immigration Status to Address Crime. Ramiro Martinez, Jr.
Responding to Immigration and Immigration "Talk." Scott H. Decker.
15. Toward a Smarter and More Just Fortress Europe: Combining Temporary Labor Migration and Effective Policies of Return. Godfried Engbersen & Arjen Leerkes.
The Criminalization of Migrants in Europe: A Comment on Engbersen and Leerkes. Dario Melossi.
Is There a More Just "Fortress Europe"? A Review of Engbersen and Leerkes. Nora V. Demleitner.
16. Fostering Academic Opportunities to Counteract Social Exclusion. Sandra M. Bucerius.
Delinquency, Opportunity and the Second Generation Immigrant Puzzle. Franklin E. Zimring.
17. Rethinking Policing: The Policy Implications of Hot Spots of Crime.
Stephen D. Mastrofski, David Weisburd, & Anthony A. Braga. Taking Implementation Seriously: A Response to Mastrofski, Weisburd, and Braga. Edward R. Maguire.
Hot Spots Do Not Exist, and Four Other Fundamental Concerns about Hot-Spots Policing. Ralph B. Taylor.
18. The U.S. Needs a National Police University. Gary Cordner.
The Management of Police Education and Training. Geoffrey Alpert.
Response to Cordner. David Bayley.
JUVENILE JUSTICE POLICY.
19. Provide Justice for Prostituted Teens: Stop Arresting and Prosecuting Girls. Linda M. Williams.
The CSEC Population in New York City: Supporting the Argument to Abolish Prosecuting Prostituted Teens. Karen Terry & Meredith Dank.
20. Ban Juvenile Transfer to Adult Court in Homicide Cases: Brain Development and the Need for a Blended Sentence Approach. Carrie Pettus-Davis & Eric Garland.
In Defense of Waiver and Youthfulness as a Mitigating Factor in Sentencing. Barry C. Feld.
21. Public Health is Public Safety: Revamping the Correctional Mission. Faye S. Taxman & Liz Ressler.
Revamping the Mission: Obstacles and Issues. Doris L. MacKenzie.
Improving the Health of Current and Former Inmates: What Matters Most? Michael Massoglia & Jason Schnittker.
22. Making Prisons Safer: Policies and Strategies to Reduce Extremism and Radicalization among U.S. Prisoners. Bert Useem & Obie Clayton.
A Response to Useem and Clayton''s Making Prisons Safer. Bill Wakefield & Scott Chenault.
Searching for a Needle in the Haystack: A Look at Hypotheses and Explanations for the
Low Prevalence of Radicalization in American Prisons. Vincent J. Webb.
23. Substantially Reduce Mass Incarceration by Sentencing Focused on Community
Well-Being. Douglas Thomson.
Opportunities for Reducing America''s Prison Populations. James Austin.
24. Prisoner Reentry Planning and Programming Must Address Family Reunification, Relationship Conflict, and Domestic Violence. William Oliver.
The Multi-Pronged Potential Effects of Implementing Domestic Violence Programs in Men''s Prisons and Reentry Programming. Joanne Belknap.
The Importance of Family Reunification in the Prisoner Reentry Process. Johnna Christian.