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Recidivism and desistance: April 2015

The latest crime and justice alerts are now available on our new catalogue at http://library.aic.gov.au.

Wherever possible, open access to full text documents are provided, but for licensing reasons, they cannot be given for most journal articles. Please contact your own library for any items that are not freely available - we are happy to help them with inter-library loans if needed.

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Books/reports

Journal articles

  • A promising jail reentry program revisited : results from a quasi-experimental design / Holly Ventura Miller and J Mitchell Miller
    Criminal justice studies 28(2) 2015: 211-225
  • An outcome evaluation of a midwestern prisoner reentry initiative / Brett Garland and Aida Hass
    Criminal justice policy review 26(3) Apr 2015: 293-314
  • An outcome evaluation of a prison-based life-skills program : the power of people / Valerie Clark and Grant Duwe
    International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 59(4) Apr 2015: 384-405
  • Are restorative justice conferences effective in reducing repeat offending? Findings from a Campbell Systematic Review / Lawrence W Sherman, Heather Strang, Evan Mayo-Wilson, Daniel J Woods and Barak Ariel
    Journal of quantitative criminology 31(1) Mar 2015: 1-24
  • Breaking down barriers with the usual suspects : findings from a research-informed intervention with police, young people and residents in the west of Scotland / Ross Deuchar, Johanne Miller and Mark Barrow
    Youth justice 15(1) Apr 2015: 57-75
  • Cognitive skills programs for female offenders in the community : effect on reconviction / Emma J Palmer, Ruth M Hatcher, James McGuire and Clive R Hollin
    Criminal justice and behavior 42(4) Apr 2015: 345-360
  • Does GPS improve recidivism among high risk sex offenders? Outcomes for California's GPS pilot for high risk sex offender parolees / Susan Turner, Alyssa W Chamberlain, Jesse Jannetta and James Hess
    Victims and offenders 10(1) Jan/Mar 2015: 1-28
  • Examining the effects of residential situations and residential mobility on offender recidivism / Benjamin Steiner, Matthew D Makarios and Lawrence F Travis
    Crime and delinquency 61(3) Apr 2015: 375-401
  • Exploring the overlap between victimization and offending among women in sex work / Mary A Finn, Lisa R Muftic and Erin I Marsh
    Victims and offenders 10(1) Jan/Mar 2015: 74-94
  • How digital technology can reduce prison incarceration rates / Darrell M West
    TechTank. 31 March 2015:
  • Looking beyond re-offending : criminal records and poverty / Christopher Stacey
    CJM : criminal justice matters no. 99 Mar 2015: 4-5
  • Moving beyond the punitive legacy : taking stock of persistent problems in juvenile justice / Sonya Goshe
    Youth justice 15(1) Apr 2015: 42-56
  • Navigating the job search after incarceration : the experiences of work-release participants / Andrea Cantora
    Criminal justice studies 28(2) 2015: 141-160
  • Our $3b-a-year system is flying blind in supporting ex-prisoners / Stuart A Kinner
    The conversation. 27 Apr 2015:[5] p
  • Recidivism and psychiatric symptom outcomes in a juvenile mental health court / Aaron M Ramirez, James R Andretta, Michael Barnes and Malcolm H Woodland
    Juvenile and family court journal 66(1 Winter) 2015: 31-46
  • Recidivism and the 'worst of both worlds' hypothesis : do substance misuse and crime interact or accumulate? / Glenn D Walters
    Criminal justice and behavior 42(4) Apr 2015: 435-451
  • Sexual offender recidivism among a population-based prison sample / Martin Rettenberger, Peer Briken, Daniel Turner and Reinhard Eher
    International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 59(4) Apr 2015: 424-444
  • State of imprisonment : can ACT achieve a 'human rights' prison? / Lorana Bartels
    The conversation. 17 Apr 2015:[6] p
  • State of imprisonment : out one day, back the next in Queensland / Robin T Fitzgerald and Adrian Cherney
    The conversation. 15 Apr 2015:[4] p
  • The relationship between aggressive behaviour in prison and violent offending following release / Jessica L Mooney and Michael Daffern
    Psychology, crime and law 21(3/4) Apr/May 2015: 314-329