10 Criminology & Pub. Pol'y [i] (2011)

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VOLUME 10 * ISSUE 1. FEBRUARY 201 1
Special Policy Issue
EDITOR'S PREFACE. Confronting crime with science............................... 1
Thomas G. Blomberg
IMPRISONMENT AND CRIME
EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION. From mass incarceration to targeted policing: Introduction
to the Special Issue  .................................................. 3
Richard Rosenfeld
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. Overview of Imprisonment and crime: Can both be reduced?.   9
Steven N. Durlauf, Daniel S. Nagin
RESEARCH ARTICLE. Imprisonment and crime: Can both be reduced? ................. 13
Steven N. Durlauf, Daniel S. Nagin
POLICY ESSAY. Thoughts from Pennsylvania on Imprisonment and crime: Can both
be reduced?     ...................................................... 55
Mark H. Bergstrom
POLICY ESSAY. Reducing crime through prevention not incarceration .................... 63
William J. Bratton
POLICY ESSAY. The challenges of implementing research-based policies............... 69
Marc Mauer
POLICY ESSAY. More police, less prison, less crime?: From peel to popper: The case
for more scientific policing  ...........................................77
Peter W. Neyroud
POLICY ESSAY. Exploring certainty and severity: Perspectives from a federal perch ......... 85
Laurie 0. Robinson
POLICY ESSAY. Approaches to reducing both imprisonment and crime ................93
Alfred Blumstein
POLICY ESSAY. Coproduction in deterring crime  ...............................103
Philip J. Cook

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