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February 16, 2010

Lots worth reading in the latest issue of "Justice Research and Policy"

Via e-mail, I receive notice of the publication of the latest issue of the journal Justice Research and Policy. Here is the summary I received via e-mail of some of the articles that sentencing fans might be eager to check out:

This issue of JRP includes articles on: 1) predictors of recidivism among registered sex offenders; 2) situational aspects of sexual offending and their implications for residence restriction laws; 3) organizational approaches to drug law enforcement by local police departments: specialized drug units or multi-agency task forces; 4) racial integration in California men's prisons; 5) the impact of citizen oversight of policing on the incidence of lethal force.

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