Criminology and Criminal Justice News _September 2019 Issue

Criminology and Criminal Justice News _September 2019 Issue Recent free of charge articles from Scholarly Journals or from Institutions´ Websites, as collected by Hans-J. Kerner Trends in Organized Crime Structure, multiplexity, and centrality in a corruption network: the Czech Rath affair Tomáš Diviák, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra & Tom A. B. Snijders » Abstract » Full text HTML » Full text PDF

Center for Court Innovation Family Drug and Alcohol Courts.

Pre-court diversion to keep communities safer. 

Electronic Monitoring Technology Must Be Regulated 


A report on the New York Mayor’s Action Plan for Neighborhood Safety

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Columbia University Criminogenic or Criminalized? Testing an Assumption for Expanding Criminogenic Risk Assessment Seth J. Prins

 

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University of Illinois Is Mass Incarceration Inevitable? Leipold, A. D.,2019, In :American Criminal Law Review. 56, 1, p. 1579-1620 42 p. Access at: https://perma.cc/X46V-ZV48

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The Chronicle of Social Change Teen Arrests Are Falling Sharply Across New York This Year, After Cuomo’s Justice Reform 

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Nordic Journal of Psychiatry Time trends in the incidence of diagnosed depression among people aged 5–25 years living in Finland 1995–2012 | Svetlana Filatova, Subina Upadhyaya, Kim Kronström, Auli Suominen, Roshan Chudal, Terhi Luntamo, Andre Sourander & David Gyllenberg Pages: 1-7 | DOI: 10.1080/08039488.2019.1652342 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++


Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry Open Access

Measuring strengths and weaknesses in dimensional psychiatry Lindsay M. Alexander, Giovanni A. Salum, James M. Swanson, Michael P. Milham ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Prison Policy Initiative Arrest, Release, Repeat: How police and jails are misused to respond to social problems By Alexi Jones and Wendy Sawyer Tweet this August 2019 https://www.prisonpolicy.org/blog/2019/08/26/arrests-report/ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

International Journal of Bullying Prevention Latest Articles
Editorial Introduction to the Special Issue on Significance of Race/Ethnicity in Bullying Anthony A. Peguero (September 2019) Download PDF (127KB) View Article Original Article Does School Composition Moderate the Longitudinal Association Between Social Status Insecurity and Aggression Among Latinx Adolescents? Michelle F. Wright, Sebastian Wachs (September 2019)
Download PDF (248KB) View Article Original Article Bullying Victimization Among Asian-American Youth: a Review of the Literature Shu-Tzu Huang, Rebecca A. Vidourek (September 2019)
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Deviant Behavior Social Bonds and White-Collar Crime: A Two-Study Assessment of Informal Social Controls in White-Collar Offenders | Joost H.R. van Onna & Adriaan J.M. Denkers Pages: 1206-1225 | DOI: 10.1080/01639625.2018.1472936

A Model of Neutralization Techniques | Muel Kaptein & Martien van Helvoort Pages: 1260-1285 | DOI: 10.1080/01639625.2018.1491696

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Youth Justice Board, England and Wales New resource aims to prevent offending and reoffending by children On 14 August 2019, Public Health England published Collaborative approaches to preventing offending and re-offending by children (CAPRICORN). This resource provides information on how health, education, social care, criminal justice, voluntary sector services and others can work together to stop children offending.

Standards for children in the youth justice system 2019: How to undertake a selfassessment of national standards https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/827222/Standards_se lf_assessment.docx.pdf

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JuvJust USA OJJDP Statistical Briefing Book Adds Two New Data Snapshots on Juveniles in Court OJJDP has updated its Statistical Briefing Book to include two new Data Snapshots that draw on data from OJJDP’s National Juvenile Court Data Archive: • Characteristics and Trends of Delinquency Cases Resulting in Probation • Characteristics of Cases Judicially Waived from Juvenile Court to Criminal Court

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INDIGENOUS NATIONS & PEOPLES LAW eJOURNAL Nazi Germany and American Indians ROBERT J. MILLER, Arizona State University (ASU) – Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law Email: robert.j.miller@asu.edu In the early 1930’s, Nazi scholars, lawyers, jurists, and party officials were heavily influenced by United States law when they were developing racial policies and laws concerning Jewish people. Research demonstrates that when Nazis were turning their ideas into legislative proposals and laws that they were also carefully studying federal Indian laws and American state laws that discriminated against American Indians. Judge Murphy’s Indian Law Legacy Kirsten Matoy Carlson, Wayne State University Law School
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Journal of Human Trafficking How many trafficked people are there in Greater New Orleans? lessons in measurement | Kevin Bales, Laura T. Murphy & Bernard W. Silverman Pages: 1-13 | DOI: 10.1080/23322705.2019.1634936

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Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice Isues / USA OJJDP has updated its Statistical Briefing Book (SBB): • Easy Access to Juvenile Populations and related FAQs in the Juvenile Population Characteristics and Hispanic Youth in the Juvenile Justice System sections have been updated to 2018. • FAQs in the Juvenile Population Characteristics section have been updated, including living arrangements, teen moms, and high school completion. • Easy Access to State and County Juvenile Court Case Counts has been updated to include data through 2017. • FAQs about school-related violent deaths in the Juveniles as Victims section have been updated to include 2017 data. • FAQs about juveniles in adult jails and prisons have been updated to include 2017 data.

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Public Opinion Quarterly Applying Prospect Theory to Participation in a CAPI/Web Panel Survey

Peter Lynn

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The International Journal of Transitional Justice What Would Satisfy Us? Taking Stock of Critical Approaches to Transitional Justice


Dustin N Sharp


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European Sociological Review Social Trust in the Middle East and North Africa: The Context-Dependent Impact of Citizens’ Socio-Economic and Religious Characteristics

Niels Spierings


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Brennan Center for Justice Report USA Between 2007 and 2017, 34 States Reduced Crime and Incarceration in Tandem Some still argue that increasing imprisonment is necessary to reduce crime. Data show otherwise. Cameron Kimble, Ames Grawert https://www.brennancenter.org/blog/between-2007-and-2017-34-states-reduced-crime-and-incarceration-tandem https://www.brennancenter.org/publication/crime-2018-final-analysis Crime Trends: 1990-2016 Matthew Friedman, Ames Grawert, James Cullen April 18, 2017 https://www.brennancenter.org/publication/crime-trends1990-2016

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Prison Policy Initiative Getting Back on Course: Educational exclusion and attainment among formerly incarcerated people By Lucius Couloute Tweet this October 2018 https://www.prisonpolicy.org/reports/education.html Press release

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OJJDP / USA / Juvenile Arrests, Report 2019 OJJDP and the National Institute of Justice have released “Juvenile Arrests, 2017.” This bulletin documents recent trends in juvenile arrests using data from the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report. Overall, juvenile arrests have declined for more than a decade, but patterns vary by demographic group and offense.

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BJS / USA / Report 2019 In 2018, 64% of all federal arrests were of non-U.S. citizens, the Bureau of Justice Statistics announced today. In comparison, 37% of all federal arrests in 1998 were of nonU.S. citizens. Federal arrests of non-U.S. citizens more than tripled from 1998 to 2018 (rising 234%), while federal arrests of U.S. citizens rose 10%. Full report at: https://www.bjs.gov/content/pub/pdf/icfjs9818.pdf

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German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) At Opposite Poles: How the Success of the Green Party and AfD Reflects the Geographical and Social Cleavages in Germany https://www.diw.de/sixcms/detail.php?id=diw_01.c.672926.de

Self-Control: Determinants, Life Outcomes and Intergenerational Implications https://www.diw.de/documents/publikationen/73/diw_01.c.672708.de/diw_sp1047.pdf

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Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice Research
Report on: Victim-Survivors of rape don’t feel justice has been met, even if the accused goes to prison https://www.sccjr.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Justice-Journeys-Report_Aug-2019_FINAL.pdf

Additonal Notice: During 2017-18, 2,255 rapes and attempted rapes were reported to the police which represents a 126% increase on 2010-11 figures (Scottish Government, Recorded Crime in Scotland 2017-18: A National Statistics publication for Scotland). ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse. USA Few Federal Hate Crime Referrals Result in Prosecution https://trac.syr.edu/tracreports/crim/569/ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ National Institute of Justice, USA Making Schools Safe for Students https://nij.ojp.gov/topics/articles/making-schoolssafe-students ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Religious Education A Pluralistic Account of Religious Upbringing in Islamic Religious Education: Fundamentals and Perspectives | Ednan Aslan Pages: 436-442 | DOI: 10.1080/00344087.2019.1631956 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Current Psychology Student pro-sociality: Measuring institutional and individual factors that predict pro-social behaviour at university Chris Stiff, Harriet E. S. Rosenthal-Stott, Stephanie Wake & Amelia Woodward » Abstract » Full text HTML » Full text PDF
Does kindness always pay? The influence of recipient affection and generosity on young children’s allocation decisions in a resource distribution task Kirsten H. Blakey, Erin Mason, Mioara Cristea, Nicola McGuigan & Emily J. E. Messer » Abstract » Full text HTML » Full text PDF
Member-to-member generalisation in trust behaviour: How do prior experiences inform prosocial behaviour towards novel ingroup and outgroup members? Marieke Vermue, Rose Meleady & Charles R. Seger » Abstract » Full text HTML » Full text PDF
Gratitude, self-monitoring and social intelligence: A prosocial relationship? Liz Gulliford, Blaire Morgan, Emily Hemming & Jenny Abbott » Abstract » Full text HTML » Full text PDF


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Crime Science
The production of jaguar paste in Suriname: a product-based crime script
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Journal of Law and Society Open Access Constrained Waiver of Trial Rights? Incentives to Plead Guilty and the Right to a Fair Trial Rebecca K. Helm

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Aggressive Behavior Open Access

The contagious impact of playing violent video games on aggression: Longitudinal evidence Tobias Greitemeyer

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Crime, Law and Social Change Human trafficking for sex, labour and domestic servitude: how do key trafficking types compare and what are their predictors? Ella Cockbain & Kate Bowers » Abstract » Full text HTML » Full text PDF
Female offenders of human trafficking and sexual exploitation Miriam Wijkman & Edward Kleemans » Abstract » Full text HTML » Full text PDF
Identifying trafficked migrants and refugees along the Balkan route. Exploring the boundaries of exploitation, vulnerability and risk Anette Brunovskis & Rebecca Surtees » Abstract » Full text HTML » Full text PDF
Labour trafficking in Chinese restaurants in the Netherlands and the role of Dutch immigration policies. A qualitative analysis of investigative case files Masja van Meeteren & Ellen Wiering
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The British Journal of Criminology
Dashing Hopes? the Predictive Accuracy of Domestic Abuse Risk Assessment by Police


Emily Turner; Juanjo Medina ; Gavin Brown
Criminological Policy Mobilities and Sex Work: Understanding the Movement of the ‘Swedish Model’ to Northern Ireland


Laura McMenzie ; Ian R Cook; Mary Laing
Other People’s Dirty Money: Professional Intermediaries, Market Dynamics and the Finances of White-collar, Corporate and Organized Crimes


Nicholas J Lord ; Liz J Campbell; Karin Van Wingerde

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Public Opinion Quarterly Interviewer Involvement in Sample Selection Shapes the Relationship Between Response Rates and Data Quality


Stephanie Eckman; Achim Koch

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Journal of Human Rights Practice Struggles for Human Rights in Health in an Age of Neoliberalism: From Civil Disobedience to Epistemic Disobedience


Alicia Ely Yamin

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Pew Research Center / USA Religiously unaffiliated people face harassment in a growing number of countries Restrictions on religion don’t just affect those who are religious; people who are religiously unaffiliated also are harassed because of what they believe. And the number of countries where religiously unaffiliated people experienced harassment rose sharply in 2017, according to a recent Pew Research Center report. The religiously unaffiliated (including atheists, agnostics and people who don’t identify with any religion) were harassed by governments, private groups or both in 23 countries in 2017, up from 14 the previous year.


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PNAS / USA Risk of being killed by police use-of-force in the U.S. by age, race/ethnicity, and sex Frank Edwardsa , Hedwig Leeb , and Michael Espositoc https://www.prisonpolicy.org/scans/police_mort_open.pdf

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Muslim Advocates Org. / USA FULFILLING THE PROMISE OF FREE EXERCISE FOR ALL: Muslim Prisoner Accommodation in State Prisons https://muslimadvocates.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/FULFILLING-THE-PROMISE-OF-FREE-EXERCISE-FOR-ALLMuslim-Prisoner-Accommodation-In-State-Prisons-for-distribution-7_23-1.pdf

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Anxiety, Stress & Coping Intolerance of uncertainty predicts analogue posttraumatic stress following adverse life events | Paul A. Boelen

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Vera Institute of Justice The Relationship between 911 Calls and Policing In a new report, Vera highlights how a better understanding of the ways 911 intersects with policing will be crucial to developing a criminal justice system that is smaller, smarter, and more equitable.

A Review of the Role of Police in Ending Mass Incarceration https://storage.googleapis.com/vera-web-assets/downloads/Publications/gatekeepers-police-and-massincarceration/legacy_downloads/gatekeepers-police-and-mass-incarceration.pdf

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Journal of Child and Family Studies Sleeping Problems Partly Mediate the Association between Victimization and Depression among Youth Sanna Herkama, Tiina Turunen, Nils Sandman & Christina Salmivalli » Abstract » Full text HTML » Full text PDF
The Healthy Context Paradox: Victims’ Adjustment During an Anti-Bullying Intervention Gijs Huitsing, Gerine M. A. Lodder, Beau Oldenburg, Hannah L. Schacter, Christina Salmivalli, Jaana Juvonen & René Veenstra

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The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Original Articles

Peer‐adult network structure and suicide attempts in 38 high schools: implications for network‐informed suicide prevention Peter A. Wyman, Trevor A. Pickering, Anthony R. Pisani, Kelly Rulison, Karen Schmeelk‐Cone, Chelsey Hartley, Madelyn Gould, Eric D. Caine, Mark LoMurray, Charles Hendricks Brown, Thomas W. Valente +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Evolutionary Anthropology REVIEW ARTICLES

The evolution of intergroup tolerance in nonhuman primates and humans Anne C. Pisor, Martin Surbeck

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Crime Science
RESEARCH
Opportunity and rationality as an explanation for suspicious vehicle fires: demonstrating the relevance of time, place, and economic factors

Hannah Kelly, Joseph Clare, Kathryn Wuschke and Len Garis
Crime Science An Interdisciplinary Journal 2019, 8:8 | Published on: 30 August 2019
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Competitive dominance, gang size and the directionality of gang violence
P. Jeffrey Brantingham, Matthew Valasik and George E. Tita
Crime Science An Interdisciplinary Journal 2019, 8:7 | Published on: 30 August 2019
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Open Access
The influence of room spaciousness on investigative interviews Katherine Hoogesteyn, Ewout Meijer, Aldert Vrij
Pages: 215-228 | First Published: 30 June 2019


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Social Work

Opportunity, Social Mobility, and Women’s Views on Gender Roles in Central Asia
Jildyz Urbaeva Social Work, Volume 64, Issue 3, July 2019, Pages 207–215, https://doi.org/10.1093
https://academic.oup.com/sw/article/64/3/207/5499187

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International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy – Special Issue
A new issue of International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy is now available. This special issue Towards Global Green Criminological Dialogues: Voices from the Americas and Europe is a timely publication which strives to present diverse voices to support the goal of Southern criminology to level inequalities in the valuing of criminological knowledge in the Global North and the Global South. Guest editors David Rodríguez Goyes, Ragnhild Sollund and Nigel South present six articles and three book reviews (most co-written by Latin American and ‘Northern’ authors) with an aim to “create ‘Global Green Criminological Dialogues’ rather than just reproduce ‘voices from Latin America’ “.
Link: https://www.crimejusticejournal.com/announcement/view/31
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Deviant Behavior Social Bonds and White-Collar Crime: A Two-Study Assessment of Informal Social Controls in White-Collar Offenders | Joost H.R. van Onna & Adriaan J.M. Denkers Pages: 1206-1225 | DOI: 10.1080/01639625.2018.1472936

A Model of Neutralization Techniques | Muel Kaptein & Martien van Helvoort Pages: 1260-1285 | DOI: 10.1080/01639625.2018.1491696

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ESC-Newsletter https://escnewsletter.org/sites/escnewsletter.org/files/newsletter/2019/esc_newsletter_2019_2_finalonlin e.pdf

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Youth Justice Bulletin England and Wales
New resource aims to prevent offending and reoffending by children
On 14 August 2019, Public Health England published Collaborative approaches to preventing offending and re-offending by children (CAPRICORN). This resource provides information on how health, education, social care, criminal justice, voluntary sector services and others can work together to stop children offending.
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