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Evaluation: August 2011


Journal articles

  • Are actuarial risk data used to make determinations of sex offender risk classification? An examination of sex offenders selected for enhanced registration and notification / Brandy L Blasko, Elizabeth L Jeglic and Cynthia Calkins Mercado
    International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 55(5) Aug 2011: 676-692
    Summary: Examines whether evaluators use actuarial risk scores and risk information to make determinations about sex offender risk status for the purpose of enhanced registration and notification
  • Home Detention pilot fosters teamwork
    Corrections news : magazine of the Department of Corrections. Jul/Aug 2011:9
    Summary: A pilot amalgamation of Auckland probation officers managing Home Detention has fostered a strong team culture and a significant increase in compliance with mandatory standards, from 81 percent in January to 100 percent in May.
  • Mental disorder and criminal law / Stephen J Morse
    Journal of criminal law and criminology 101(3) Summer 2011: 885-968
    Summary: Focus mainly on United State Supreme Court cases to review the current state of the law, with special attention to the many criminal mental health law contexts in which preventive detention is an issue
  • Strike Force Piccadilly and ATM security : a follow-up study / Tim Prenzler
    Policing : a journal of policy and practice 5(3) Sep 2011: 236-247
    Summary: Follow-up study on ATM security reinforces the value of public-private crime reduction partnerships and the need to be adaptive to new threats.
  • Tackling youth anti-social behaviour in devolving Wales : a study of the tiered approach in Swansea / Simon Hoffman and Stuart Macdonald
    Youth justice 12(1) Aug 2011: 150-167
    Summary: The focus of this article is Swansea's tiered approach to tackling youth anti-social behaviour


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