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August 27, 2018

Lots of notable pieces in August 2018 issue of Criminology & Public Policy

I just saw the contents of the August 2018 issue of the journal Criminology & Public Policy, and now I have at least half-dozen new pieces to add to my reading list. The issue has collections of pieces on timely topics such as "Risk Assessment And Juvenile Justice" and "Victim Compensation And White -Collar Crime" and "Downsizing Our Prisons And Jails" and "Prison Length Of Stay And Recidivism." Here are just a few of the article on these topics that seem worth checking out:

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