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Bootlegging: A career caught between fantasy and reality
Klein, Malcolm W.
An essay in tribute to Malcolm Klein on his recognition as the August Vollmer Award winner
Decker, Scott H.
Malcolm W. Klein: August Vollmer Award winner, 2008
Elliott, Delbert S.
Explaining the imprisonment epidemic
Cook, Philip J.
Crime, cash, and limited options: Explaining the prison boom
Modern time-series methods and the dynamics of prison populations
Murray, Michael P.
Explaining the rise in U.S. incarceration rates
Money and mass incarceration: The bad, the mad, and penal reform
Interpreting police use of force and the construction of reality
Alpert, Geoffrey P.
Police officers' perceptual distortions during lethal force situations: Informing the reasonableness standard
Klinger, David A.; Brunson, Rod K.
Perceptual distortion and reasonableness during police shootings: Law, legitimacy, and future research
Engel, Robin S.; Smith, Michael R.
Reasonable officers, public perceptions, and policy challenges
Novak, Kenneth J.
The elusive nature of reasonableness
A great debate over using the Level of Service Inventory-Revised (LSI-R) with women offenders
Can 14,737 women be wrong? A meta-analysis of the LSI-R and recidivism for female offenders
Smith, Paula; Cullen, Francis T.; Latessa, Edward J.
Gridlock or mutability: Reconsidering “gender” and risk assessment
The women are not wrong: It is the approach that is debatable
Taylor, Kelly N.; Blanchette, Kelley