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Justice Policy Journal

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The CJCJ Justice Policy Journal (JPJ) provides an international forum for researchers and policymakers to examine current justice issues and promote innovative policy solutions in a Web-based format that maintains the standards of an academic publication.

Editors:

  • Randall Shelden, Ph.D., CJCJ Senior Research Fellow, Professor of Criminal Justice at University of Nevada-Las Vegas
  • Emily Troshynski, Ph.D., Professor of Criminal Justice,  University of Nevada-Las Vegas
  • Daniel Macallair, M.P.A., CJCJ Executive Director, Practitioner-in-Residence at San Francisco State University
  • Danielle Shields, Graduate Student, Criminal Justice Department, Rutgers University

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Justice Policy Journal - Volume 2, Number 2 - Fall 2005
(ISSN 1530-3012) From the editor Vocational, Educational and Psychological Assessments of Deaf Inmates Six of One, Half a Dozen of the Other: The Benefits and Challenges Associated with Risk…
Justice Policy Journal - Volume 3, Number 1 - Spring 2006
(ISSN 1530-3012) From the editor Three Strikes and You're In: The Effect of Ewing v. California and Three Strikes Legislation on Prison Population and Resource Management Technology-Driven…
Justice Policy Journal - Volume 3, Number 2 - Fall 2006
(ISSN 1530-3012) From the editor The System-Wide Effects of Capital Punishment on the American Criminal Justice System: The Use of Computer Modeling in Death Penalty Research Improving…
Justice Policy Journal - Volume 4, Number 1 - Spring 2007
(ISSN 1530-3012) From the editor Freedom in an Era of Terror: A Critical Analysis of the USA Patriot Act Effects of Supervision Philosophy on Intensive Probationers Comparative Study of…

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