Projects related to Emergent Issues in Crime & Justice

Project Namesort ascending Project Sponsor Primary Investigator
Women on the Move: Neighborhoods, Mobility, and Violence Simpson, Sally
Understanding the Magnitude and Locus of Cumulative Race Effects across Stages of the Federal Justice System Bureau of Justice Statistics Johnson, Brian
Understanding Guilty Pleas: A National Science Foundation Research Coordination Network (RCN) National Science Foundation Johnson, Brian
Triadic Analysis of Peer Influence on Delinquency: Application of Simmelian Tie Theory Nakamura, Kiminori
The Missing Link: Examining Prosecutorial Decision-Making Across Federal District Courts National Institute of Justice Johnson, Brian
The Enforcement of Quality of Life Offenses: The Effectiveness of Planned Change City of Baltimore Wellford, Charles
The Development of the Global Terrorism Database The Department of Homeland Security LaFree, Gary
Preventing Violence Against Police US Department of Justice
Perceptions of Procedural Justice and Corporate Decisions to Participate in White Collar Crime: Evidence from Cross-National Data Simpson, Sally
How Well Do Hypothetical Scenarios Map to Reality? Ann Application of Bayesian Truth Serum Loughran, Thomas
Help-Seeking Around the World Dugan, Laura
Government Actions in a Terror Environment (GATE) National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and the Response to Terrorism (START), The United States Department of Homeland Security, and Public Safety Canada Dugan, Laura
Gender and Crime Simpson, Sally
Do Illegal Market Incentives Affect Participation in Legitimate Employment? Loughran, Thomas
Determining the Timing of Parole Discharge Based on the Concept of “Redemption” National Institute of Justice Nakamura, Kiminori
Corporate Crime Simpson, Sally
Co-Offending McGloin, Jean
Assessment of the Maryland Criminal Justice Information System STMD Nakamura, Kiminori
Are Prisons Schools of Crime? A Dose-Response Estimate of the Effect of Prison Peers on Reoffending Nakamura, Kiminori
A Punishing Look? National Science Foundation Johnson, Brian
A Criminogenic Tier Approach to Fraud in the U.S. Mortgage Market