Public Policy

Aug
15

Call for Papers: North American Correctional and Criminal Justice Psychology Conference

June 4-6, 2015 | Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Correctional and Criminal Justice is a specialty area in psychology. It is not simply about taking what works for the general population and putting it to work within a correctional setting. It is about adapting psychology to the client, adapting to the organizations that correctional and criminal justice […]

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Jul
18

Free Article: Conviction Odds in Chicago Homicide Cases – Does Race/Ethnicity Matter?

The Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, published by Taylor & Francis, has made the following article available free of charge until the end of 2014. To access the article please click the title of the article below. To download a PDF of the article, please click here. Conviction Odds in Chicago Homicide Cases: Does […]

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Jul
04

Free Article: The Impact of Indigenous Status on Adult Sentencing

The Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, published by Taylor & Francis, has made the following article available free of charge until the end of 2014. To access the article please click the title of the article below. To download a PDF of the article, please click here. The Impact of Indigenous Status on Adult […]

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Jan
10

APA Gun Violence Report and Webinars Now Available

Gun violence has become a focus of study for a number of groups across the United States as a result of recent events across the country. The American Psychological Association (APA) recently published a report on the prediction, prevention and policy related to gun violence. In addition, Division 18 of the APA (Psychologists in Public […]

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