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Criminal Justice/ Special Topics, CRJU 410-001: Understanding and Responding to Violent Predators

Crimes of passion, violent crimes, serial crimes, victims and offenders. This libguide will help you find the information that Bowie State University has to offer for this course.

Articles from Research Port

Hodgins, S. (2011). Adolescents with conduct disorder: does anxiety make a difference?. Journal Of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, 22(5), 669-691.



Walker, J. (2011). Humiliation, self-esteem and violence. Journal Of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, 22(5), 724-741.

 

FBI Publication on Serial Murder

National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Publications

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'Cultural Shift' Is Among Findings of Second Chance Act Evaluation
NCJ 244147, December 2013, NIJ Journal, by Nancy Ritter (7 pages)

Second Chance Act: What Have We Learned About Reentry Programs So Far? - Interview with Ron D'Amico
NCJ 243010, June 2013, Remarks/Interview, by Ron D'Amico

Predicting Recidivism Risk: New Tool in Philadelphia Shows Great Promise
NCJ 240696, February 2013, NIJ Journal, by Nancy Ritter (10 pages)

Using Random Forest Risk Prediction in the Philadelphia Probation Department
NCJ 241346, August 2012, Remarks/Interview, by Geoff Barnes Ph.D., Jordan Hyatt Ph.D.

Improving Access to Services for Female Offenders Returning to the Community
NCJ 237725, March 2012, NIJ Journal, by Marie Garcia, Nancy Ritter (6 pages)

Going Home (or Not): How Residential Change Might Help Former Offenders Stay Out of Prison - NIJ Research for the Real World Seminar
NCJ 236839, October 2011, Recorded Seminar, by David Kirk Ph.D.

Reconsidering the Project Greenlight Intervention: Why Thinking About Risk Matters
NCJ 235890, October 2011, NIJ Journal, by James A. Wilson, Christine Zozula (6 pages)

Electronic Monitoring Reduces Recidivism
NCJ 234460, September 2011, In Short, by National Institute of Justice (4 pages)

Solutions in Corrections: Using Evidence-based Knowledge - Interview
NCJ 234688, May 2010, Remarks/Interview, by Edward Latessa

Solutions in Corrections: Using Evidence-based Knowledge - NIJ Research for the Real World Seminar
NCJ 234687, May 2010, Recorded Seminar, by Edward Latessa

Preventing Future Crime With Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
NCJ 229888, April 2010, NIJ Journal, by Patrick Clark (3 pages)

Geographic Research Suggests Sex Offender Residency Laws May Not Work
NCJ 227218, May 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Ron Wilson (2 pages)

Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime & Public Safety, Volume 2, Issue 1
NCJ 227213, May 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (16 pages)

Residency Restrictions and Sex Offender Recidivis Implications for Public Safety
NCJ 227216, May 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Grant Duwe (3 pages)

Residency Restrictions: What's Geography Got to Do with It?
NCJ 227214, May 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Julie Wartell (2 pages)

Right Place, Right Time: GPS Monitoring in Pinellas County
NCJ 227215, May 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Kristin Preston (3 pages)

Recidivism of Denied Prospective Firearm Purchasers
NCJ 222677, 2008, by James M. Tien Ph.D., Michael F. Cahn, David M. Einstein, Ke Pei (16 pages)

Factories Behind Fences: Do Prison 'Real Work' Programs Work?
NCJ 218264, June 2007, NIJ Journal, by Marilyn C. Moses, Cindy J. Smith Ph.D. (8 pages)

Co-Offending and Patterns of Juvenile Crime, Research in Brief
NCJ 210360, December 2005, Research in Brief, by Joan McCord, Kevin P. Conway (20 pages)